Before Meghan Markle, American actress-turned princess, there was Grace Kelly.
A.R. Gurney’s play “Sylvia” will be performed at the Gateway Playhouse from Friday to Sunday, June 1 to 3, and then again from June 8 to 10. A Fool Moon Theatre production, the show is a funny and touching story about human connection, featuring a love triangle between a woman, a man and his…
Color has returned to the Jersey Shore after a bleak winter, thanks to new and reopened exhibits at art galleries up and down our coast.
Last week’s Met Gala — or what is generally referred to as “fashion’s biggest night out” — isn’t the only fashionable art game around.
Korean-American multi-media artist Mina Cheon uses anything from painting and sculpture to videos and installation to get her message across — a message that spans decades as well as continents.
It’s said that when one door closes, another one opens. Such is the case with the Ocean City Fine Arts League, which, after nearly 20 years, closed the doors on the 600 block of Asbury Avenue at the end of last year.
The Somers Point Arts Commission encourages all to “love the arts,” just like they do in Philly and presumably other artsy locations, at the third annual Love the Arts event 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at Greate Bay Country Club.
At a quick and casual glance, a Nastassia Davis photograph can appear to be a light and happy image, filled with color and quirkiness, embedded with charm and panache.
Reminisce on life’s highs and lows during Fool Moon Theatre Company’s production of Nora and Delia Ephron’s “Love, Loss and What I Wore” Fridays through Sundays, Feb. 9 through 18. A cast of four talented local actresses — (At The Shore Editor) Pamela Dollak, Kate Read, Dayle Friedman and Ni…