The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University is recovering from a rough year that included the unexpected loss of Director Thomas Sokolowski.
Arts & Culture
Local Musicians Look Back on One Year of “Virtual” Performances
New Brunswick Today discussed the good, the bad and the ugly of a year in virtual performance with six members of the local music scene.
Arts and Music Space, “Chamber 43,” Moves to Hub City
A one of a kind interactive music space and coffee bar opened in downtown New Brunswick on February 26.
New Murals Popping Up Around New Brunswick
Public art is still thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic, with two organizations teaming up to create new murals in the French Street area and beyond.
Bringing Art Deco Back: Planning Board Approves New State Theatre Signage
State Theatre NJ will officially see her name in new lights in one of many major changes coming to the historic building as it approaches its centennial anniversary.
Pair of Sneaker Stores Downtown Build Their Audience Online
On the ground floor of “The George” sits a pair of sneaker and clothing shops: LMTD Supply and its sister store, Lady LMTD. The stores sell custom-picked sneakers and an assortment of vintage and new clothing ranging from 1990’s Nike jackets to 2020 Supreme drops.
A Day in the Life of Hub City’s Only Record Store
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—For Andrew Spina, his small business is just a continuation of a hobby that started when he was a kid. “I started collecting records pretty young, probably around twelve or thirteen, just saving up money, buying a record here and there off the boardwalk,” says Spina, inside his record store on Easton Avenue. […]