NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Comedian Bassem Youssef will be performing his one-man show at the Stress Factory comedy club in downtown starting at 7:30pm on November 7. The show will run through November 9, with two shows each on Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm and 9:45pm. Youssef performed an award-winning satirical news
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—As of July 1, Rutgers University officially has Dr. Debasish "Deba" Dutta as its new "New Brunswick Chancellor."
Dutta replaced Professor Richard L. Edwards, who left the position after a five-year tenure and will take a one-year sabbatical before returning to the faculty.
A distinguished academic hailing from Purdue University in Indiana, Dr. Dutta comes to Rutgers after spending two years as provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and diversity for that school.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On June 18 at 7:00 p.m., the New Jersey International Film Festival will hold its final night of the season at Voorhees Hall on College Avenue.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Discovery Jersey Arts, a cosponsored project of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the ArtPride of New Jersey Foundation, is holding their annual People’s Choice Awards.
Three of New Brunswick’s own institutions, The New Jersey Film Festival, George Street Playhouse, and the State Theatre, are among a handful of organizations honored with nominations for 2016.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On September 15, the State Theater held a free event in the middle of Livingston Avenue to promote their upcoming show "The Supernaturalists," a magic show created, directed, and produced by well-known magician Criss Angel.
But the event appeared to come to a premature and anticlimactic end when performer Spencer Horsman was hospitalized after failing to escape from a "water torture cell," a small cube filled completely with water and suspended by a crane.
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The New Jersey Film Festival, celebrating its 34 year anniversary, is beginning its fall season with film screenings on September 11 at 7:00 p.m. at Rutgers University's Voorhees Hall, Room 105.
The Film festival is a project that spans over five months, with winners announced after the screenings on Saturday, October 9, 2015
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On Friday, August 21, Tumulty’s Pub is hosting a special event to promote opposition to human trafficking occurring all over the world.
The event, entitled “Night for a New Day,” will run from 8:00 p.m. until midnight in the basement of the pub, located at 361 George Street.
It will be hosted by local musician and artist Silent Knight, from The Band Called Fuse, and will feature musical performances from Highland Society, Sad Lips, and Foxanne.