New from Lady Gaga and RuPaul All Stars

ALASKA THUNDERFUCK Not only did Alaska Thunderfuck just snatch the crown on “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2,” but she has released one of the...

Baroque Orchestra performance was a real delight

The Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra The June 27, 2018 performance of the Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra at Miller Chapel, Princeton Theological Seminary, was a real...

Jewel lights up the Holiday

The 2018 Handmade Holiday Tour was a one-of-a-kind experience Following the unprecedented success of 2017’s Handmade Holiday Tour, Jewel decided to hit the road again this...

One week, two great shows at the Raven’s Rrazz Room

Broadway newcomer Alysha Umphress wowed her audience on June 11, while the following Saturday, June 18, saw theatre and cabaret legend Jason Graae command the stage at Rrazz Room at...

Remixes and ‘mixers rule

In the Cookie Jar  Keala Settle Keala Settle tearing through “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman was one of the most stellar moments of this...

From Pop to Broadway, spring brings new beats

In the Cookie Jar Maroon 5 teamed up with Future for their latest foray, the smoothly groovy single “Cold.” While the video details lead singer...

Voices of Light – The passion of Joan of Arc

Voices of Light, an oratorio performed by the Princeton Festival Chorus and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, accompanying a showing of Theodore Dreyer’s 1928 silent...

Britney Spears is performing in Atlantic City

Britney Spears coming to AC is almost like royalty making it’s way to the Garden State   Like Lady Gaga before her (and Cher later this...

The Blind Boys of Alabama bring The Good News to Kean...

CD Blind Boys of AlabamaKean University hosted the Blind Boys of Alabama in concert at beautiful Enlow Hall on February 9. Five- time Grammy Award winners and winners of two Lifetime Achievement Awards, one from the Grammys, and one from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Blind Boys of Alabama are Gospel legends who have been singing since 1944.

NJSO brings LGBT OUT night to NJPAC in Newark

Richard Danielpour and Anthony McgillThe New Jersey Symphony Orchestra's "Saturday Night OUT" at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on May 3 featured Brahms' First Symphony and Danielpour's Clarinet Concerto. This special event was described as "Enjoy the sounds of the NJSO, followed by a champagne and dessert reception for ticketholders who are LGBT community members and friends."