2017 commemorates the 100th anniversary of the American intervention into World War I. This exhibition showcases two important collections rarely seen by the public - posters and flags used to stir patriotism and support the cause of war. On the eve of World War I, President (and former Governor of New Jersey) Woodrow Wilson faced the difficult task of transforming a peace-minded American people into a populace willing to make supreme sacrifices for the country. Replete with patriotic images and…
This multi-day Festival of the Arts celebrates the opening of the new 145,00 SF Lewis Arts complex on the Princeton campus. The Festival will include more than 100 concerts, plays, readings, dance performances, art exhibitions, screenings, multidisciplinary presentations, community workshops and site-specific events presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music with professional, faculty, student, and alumni artists.
Group show of recent work from Visual Arts juniors and seniors curated by Jeff Whetstone, Professor of Photography. Opening reception October 4, 4:30-6:00 p.m.
As the singer, guitarist, and primary songwriter of Australia’s Men at Work, Colin Hay was responsible for penning several of the quirkiest Pop hits of the early 80s such as “(The Land) Down Under,” “Overkill” and “Who Can It Be Now.” His most recent album, Fierce Mercy released in 2017, is an epic, cinematic step forward exploring themes of love and loss, mortality, and even the odd UFO sighting but always with the singular perspective and insightful wit that defines…
Former United States Poet Laureate Billy Collins is an American phenomenon. No poet since Robert Frost has managed to combine high critical acclaim with such broad popular appeal. His work has appeared in a variety of periodicals including The New Yorker, The Paris Review, and The American Scholar, he is a Guggenheim fellow and a New York Public Library “Literary Lion.”
Come out and meet William Howard, author of the exciting new sci-fi novel, The Eye of Hermes. He will be signing copies of the book, The Eye of Hermes, and talking to fans on Saturday October 21st 2017 from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. at the Treehouse Coffee Shop and Cafe on 120 West Merchant Street in Audubon, New Jersey. For more info, contact Tina Van Osten at (856) 547-3270 or firstname.lastname@example.org. It should be an enjoyable afternoon with an…
Versatile doesn’t even begin to describe Gary Gulman, whose resume is a bountiful smorgasbord of life-experiences. Gary has been a scholarship college football player, an accountant, a barista, a doorman, a waiter and a high school teacher. Now, after an impressive finalist finish two years in a row on Last Comic Standing, he is one of the most popular touring comics in the country today. Add funnyman to that list.
Work is hard, Trivia is not! Join us for Trivia every Thursday in our CBar from 5:00pm-7:30pm. Half priced appetizers are also available in the CBar
JD Souther’s legendary singer-songwriter status comes not only from his own solo performing career, but as an artist whose hits “You’re Only Lonely” and “Her Town Too” (with James Taylor) have brought him lasting renown and induction in the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have spent a lifetime of making music together as the Folk-Rock duo, Aztec Two-Step. After forty-plus years of performing and recording, they continue to impress audiences with intelligent songwriting, dazzling acoustic lead guitar and soaring two-part harmonies.