Roxey Ballet Performs ‘Cinderella’

2017-01-31T23:26:22+00:00

Roxey Ballet will present "Cinderella" on May 6 and 7. One of the most loved stories of all time, this classical, family-friendly production is accessible to all audiences. Enjoy the story of the stepsisters' comic antics, some fairy dust, a handsome prince, and an ill-treated servant girl who, against all odds, finds true love. Sets, [...]

View the 2017 Oscar Nominated Shorts ACME Screening Room

2017-01-25T10:05:15+00:00

This year the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had a record 69 animated short films vying for a nomination. Now the titles that will advance in the voting process for the 89th Academy Awards have been announced. For six years, Disney or Pixar has been nominated in the category every year, and won twice (“Paperman” and “Feast”). This [...]

Lambertville Station Releases 2017 Wild Game Menu

2017-01-17T13:14:05+00:00

by Anna Idler For 35 years, the Lambertville Station has been bringing culinary excellence and adventure to the Delaware River Towns, including their highly anticipated Wild Game dinners. Located along the Delaware River in Lambertville, New Jersey in a beautifully renovated train station, this restaurant offers a contemporary American menu, delicious cuisine, excellent service and gorgeous views. [...]

Lost Recordings of Sarah Vaughan Discovered & Unveiled

2017-01-19T23:52:52+00:00

The Art of Sound LLC, based in Lambertville, announces it’s hosting of the 2nd United States unveiling of the official Lost Recordings of four-time Grammy Award Winner Sarah Vaughan. This exclusive and complimentary event scheduled for Thursday, January 26th from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. is limited to only the first 30 guests. Seats can be [...]

The Revolutionary Pub Crawl Returns

2017-01-04T12:55:10+00:00

Revolutionary Pub Crawl 2016, Credit: https://www.facebook.com/innofthehawke/ The New Hope & Lambertville Historic Pub Crawl returns on Saturday, January 21, 2017! Learn the real story of the most amazing time period in our Country’s history.  Feel the suspense, the effort, the sacrifice and the rewards of our forefathers and mothers in this interactive historical [...]

Local gallery announces representation of Juillerat’s “Winter Light” collection

2017-01-01T23:52:31+00:00

Swiss-born Marcel Juillerat joins a roster of artists represented by Gallery 13 North in Lambertville. During his 40 years as a painter, Juillerat has already participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the region. His next solo exhibition called “Winter Light” will be a collection centered around winter landscapes of New Jersey, specifically Jacobs [...]

2017 Lambertville & New Hope Winter Festival

2016-12-29T11:24:27+00:00

2017 marks the twentieth year for the Lambertville New Hope Winter Festival. The popular Festival, hosted by the non-profit organization Twin Rivertown Projects, Inc., will be held January 21, 2017 through January 29, 2017. Fisherman's Mark will continue to be a beneficiary of the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival, receiving both food drive donations and cash [...]

Friday Night Live Music at Stockton Farmers Market

2016-12-15T10:12:18+00:00

On Friday, December 16, 2016, head to the Stockton Market in welcoming local folk-rock artist Brad Staudle, with special guest Sylvia Alexandra on the nyckelharpa. Brad's vocals are filled with soul, and his guitar covers grounds from Beatles favorites to obscure Bob Dylans, and everything in between. All are guaranteed a lovely time, especially when the [...]

I-Hsiung Ju’s American Scenes through Chinese Style Paintings

2016-12-15T15:24:46+00:00

A select group of works by I-Hsiung Ju (1923-2012) will be exhibited at the Gallery of the Lambertville Branch of the Bank of Princeton, December 16, 2016 to January 14, 2017. Ju, a master of traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, was a resident of Princeton, NJ after retiring in the 1980s from Washington and Lee [...]

Senior Special: Tabby’s Place offers reduced adoption fee for older cats

2016-11-28T08:55:37+00:00

Tinkerbell, recently adopted at age 15 from Tabby's Place. Photo by Tabby's Place volunteer Heather Chalmers Age has its advantages. For human beings, growing older often means growing wiser, kinder and more serene. For seniors of the feline variety, the years bring a certain sweetness – and a special shot at adoption. Tabby’s [...]