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A profile of realist painter Mel Leipzig, who paints people from life in their worlds.
Architect/Designer/Artist Michael Graves gives a tour of his home, "The Warehouse."
At the Creative Glass Center of America resident artists pursue their creative vision.
Napoleons older brother Joseph Bonaparte and his magnificent estate in Bordentown NJ
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Collingswood composer Joshua Stamper's RIVERS includes music, dance and film.
McKonkey's Ferry Concert Overture, by Trenton-born composer George Antheil.
The art of coffee, as practiced at Rojo's Roastery in Lambertville, NJ.
Molière’s School for Wives, set in mid-century France at Two River Theater in Red Bank.
Sculptor Deborah Waddington and her mother, Mary Waddington, live and work in Salem, NJ.
Chatham Baroque plays at Prallsville Mills as part of the Raritan River Music Festival.
Haddy the Dinosaur, the first full skeleton ever found, on display at the NJ State Museum.
Roxey Ballet celebrates NJ's 350th birthday with dances about events from its history.
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