Giant of jazz George Wein brings Newport to Newark in a rare concert appearance.
Two television legends sit down for a chat – when they weren’t wrestling on the floor – for a Montclair Film Festival benefit at NJPAC.
The film and Broadway star brings an HBO taping of his Ghetto Klown to the Victoria Theater.
The media trendsetter acquaints NJPAC’s Business Partners with her “Third Metric.”
The finest in jazz is on the menu at Dorthaan’s Place, NJPAC’s Sunday brunch series.
The TD James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival celebrates Newark author Amiri Baraka’s Blues People at 50.
Blessed are the music-makers who opened the TD James Moody Democracy of Jazz Festival at Bethany Baptist Church.
NJPAC's 2013-14 classical season showcases majestic music with a Russian accent.
The extraordinary artistry of 2013-2014 is well under way. Dozens of performances – with many more to come – await your presence.
Two guys walk into NICO Kitchen + Bar, combine their culinary talents and land a delicious review.