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Latest music by Dolly, Blair St. Clair, and Chic

Out of the Cookie Jar Dolly Parton  Netflix has been churning out some of the most amazing programming and the feature film Dumplin starring Jennifer Aniston,...

Jennifer Lopez rings in 50 at her finest

It's My Party tour is upbeat and a real celebration Jennifer Lopez hit a milestone turning 50 years old in July. To celebrate the turning...

Dodie is building an understanding of herself

This YouTuber's debut LP had the bisexual artist reexamining her sexuality To know dodie is to really know her. Since 2011, the British singer-songwriter's diary-wide-open authenticity...

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...

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...

The Academy of Music in Philadelphia is intimate and grand

Scene from "Cold Mountain"Maybe you've read Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier. Perhaps you've seen the movie. But seeing this tale of life and love during the Civil War put to music composed by Jennifer Higdon and libretto by Gene Scheer, puts it in a whole new perspective! Especially when you have the privilege of seeing it performed by Opera Philadelphia at the Academy of Music, a theatre that was fully operational years before the Civil War even started!

Richard Thompson and his son Teddy are touring together

Richard Thompson. Photo by Pamela LittkyActually the British came and went, with Richard Thompson performing at New Jersey Performing Arts Center with special guest, his son Teddy Thompson, on March 15th. Teddy is in love with American music.

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."

The song might have changed, but we still sing along

In the Cookie Jar Monét X Change Since Monét X Change slipped onto the dance charts last year with the infectious house thumper “Soak It...

Carmina Burana, by Princeton Pro Musica with the Roxey Ballet, is outstanding

The performance of Carmina Burana by Princeton Pro Musica at Richardson Hall on May 21 was more than a performance—it was a phenomenon. Enhanced...