Profiles of Carwash Success: Valet Auto Wash

In 1912, a trolley barn was built on Lalor St. in Trenton, New Jersey. At that time, horse-drawn carriages (or the alternative: walking) were still very much the norm, as automobiles were a fledgling concept to the world. In fact, the...

From Fossil Tracks to Flight Suits

The New Jersey State Museum is currently running “Objects Count: A Decade of Collecting,” which features an eclectic selection of artifacts and specimens in the fields of history, art and science collected by the New Jersey State Museum over the past ten...

Beyond Mark Making at Artworks Trenton

Beyond Mark Making Star Wheel Printers will be on display at Artworks Trenton from January 22 through February 23 with an opening reception on Saturday, January 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. This exhibition presents a variety of...

African Drummers and Dancers Perform at City Hall

On February 8th at Trenton City Hall's Atrium, African Drummers and Dancers performed powerful rhythms and movements in celebration of Black History Month. "African culture and life is closely interwoven with rhythm and dance ... There are many different drums...

Two Full Days of Art Making

Art Making Day welcomes art makers both young and old during this two weekend event as Trenton’s downtown art center and three partner organizations open their doors to all for two days of free art activities perfect for the entire family.