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  • May 23 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage for the first time at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
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  • May 25 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 27 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 30 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • Jun 1 7:30 pm
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    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
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  • Jun 3 5:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
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  • Jun 6 11:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
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  • Jun 8 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 10 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 13 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 15 7:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 20 11:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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THIRTEEN
  • May 26 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • Jun 2 12:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
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  • Jun 9 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 16 12:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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ALL ARTS
  • May 22 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Murder on the Orient Express, Risking Life and Lens with Helen M. Stummer, and Toy World
    Agatha Christie's “Murder on the Orient Express” on the stage for the first time at the McCarter Theatre. We meet one of the great jazz pianists, Bill Charlap for a performance at Dizzy’s Club in New York City and a special piano duet with his wife, pianist Renee Rosnes. Also, a Mid-Atlantic Emmy winning profile of Helen M. Stummer, an intrepid photographer who spent over 30 years documenting Newark s toughest neighborhoods. And, a look at the history of the toy industry in New Jersey.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • May 27 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 27 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 27 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 29 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 29 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • May 29 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Princeton University faces up to the legacy of slavery on its campus by engaging the public through art, theater, and more. Clarinetist Andy Lamy is a member of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the leader of an Irish band, and a field ornithologist who makes his own bird whistles. At Grounds For Sculpture, MacArthur Genius Joyce J. Scott used beads, glass, fabric, and even dirt in her exhibition focusing on Harriet Tubman. Plus, Washi Tales, a unique performance project that tells stories through the medium of traditional Japanese papermaking.
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  • Jun 3 5:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
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  • Jun 3 10:30 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 3 3:30 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 5 5:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 5 10:00 am
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 5 3:00 pm
    WATCH ONLINE
    State of the Arts
    The Montclair Show
    State of the Arts goes on location to explore Montclair’s cultural scene, starting with the Montclair Film Festival, which is now a year-round cultural force. Visit the Montclair Art Museum to see work by famed landscape painters George Inness, an early Montclair resident, and Kay WalkingStick, a member of the Cherokee Nation. Spend a day with saxophonist, poet, artist, and longtime Montclair resident Oliver Lake. Plus, acclaimed jazz musician Christian McBride gives a short history of Jazz House Kids, where young musicians learn from luminaries.
    WATCH ONLINE PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 10 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 10 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 10 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 12 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 12 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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  • Jun 12 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    Rock, folk, and classical meet in Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Anthracite Fields. A performance at Roebling Wireworks in Trenton featured the Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can. American Repertory Ballet's artistic director Douglas Martin brings the beloved Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice to life. Visual arts, river clean-ups, and 48-hour musicals were all part of a festival taking place over Earth Day weekend in New Brunswick, powered in part by coLAB Arts. Plus, meet Lonnie Bunch, the New Jersey visionary behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
    PROGRAM PAGE
  • Jun 17 5:30 am
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 17 10:30 am
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 17 3:30 pm
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 19 5:00 am
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 19 10:00 am
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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  • Jun 19 3:00 pm
    State of the Arts
    An exclusive behind-the scenes look at the hit Robert DeNiro production of “A Bronx Tale: The Musical” before it opened on Broadway. Plus, meet Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri, who surprised her fans by writing her last book in Italian. State of the Arts catches up with the Bengali-American author as she visits Montclair State University’s Italian and Italian American Studies Department. And, Pulitzer Prize winner Gregory Pardlo returns to his hometown of Willingboro, New Jersey to give a poetry reading and reconnect with old friends.
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