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Trenton’s Porcelain Traverses the World

Trenton is known for producing at least three things that start with the letter ‘P’, Patrick, Pork Roll, and Porcelain. While that first ‘P’ may not be...

Long Live the Celebration of African American Culture in Trenton

About ten years ago on an early spring morning at Cadwalader Park, Trentonian Columnist L.A. Parker was struck with an awe-inspiring vision. As he hit golf balls...

Live at the Passage Theatre!

The Apollo Theater in New York City is renowned for its world class and original performances. Fortunately, you don’t have to drive up to Manhattan to see...

Patriots Arts Coalition to Bring Premier Musical Event to Patriots Theater in Trenton

The Patriots Arts Coalition, a registered New Jersey non-profit dedicated to hosting events that will be highlights of your year, announced the launch of an epic musical...

Millhill Park

At the intersection of East Front and South Broad Street lies one of the Capital City’s many gems, Millhill Park. This 2.9 square miles of land serves...

Art All Day to Showcase Trenton on Saturday November 3rd

As one enters or leaves the Capital City they will cross a bridge with the slogan “Trenton Makes the World Takes” emblazed with neon lights on the...

People in Geometry Coming to Artworks

The architectural, planning, and landscape firm Clarke Caton Hintz,renowned for its work throughout the region, is a mainstay in Trenton. Located at the Masonic Temple,...

Artists Wanted for New State Office Building Projects

The New Jersey State Council on the Arts in cooperation with the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) has issued a Request for Qualifications to...

Passage Theatre Closes its 2018/2019 Season with Morir Sonyando May 2-19, 2019

Passage Theatre Company, Trenton’s Barrymore Award-winning professional theatre company, will close its season with Erlina Ortiz’s play Morir Sonyando. Marking Artistic Director C. Ryanne Domingues’s...

The Figure a Portrait Makes

The JKC Gallery's summer exhibition will be a group show with 10 current and former students who have taken Visual Arts classes at MCCC.

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