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The public is invited to a Summer Music Fest on June 29 at American Legion Post 120, located at 320 N. Union St., Lambertville, N.J.

Dante and the Inferno, a local rock quartet of rock, will perform live at the recently re-opened, Puck, in Doylestown, bringing a fresh twist to the timeless tracks of Woodstock through the heartland rock of Bruce Springsteen.

Doylestown Presbyterian Church will present a weekend for choirs and singers, culminating in a free concert for the entire community.

Chris Pinnella is a big Billy Joel fan. “We started out doing these shows on my 30th birthday just for fun and they sort of spiraled,” says Pinnella.

A new Temple University Police Officer serves more than just the North Philadelphia community. He also serves his hometown in Bucks County.

Anne-Marie Mulgrew and Dancers Company and Yu. S. Artistry present “Two Worlds” – A split bill featuring two new productions, for two performances only.

One of the most beloved musicals of all time will light up the stage when the Yardley Players present “The Sound of Music” June 28-July 7 at the Kelsey Theatre on the West Windsor, N.J., campus of Mercer County Community College (MCCC).

Cameron Krauss, the 18-year-old recent Neshaminy High School graduate who competed in Monday's Jimmy Awards for high school theater stars, danced away with an Ensemble Award, one of a handful of honors accorded that night.

Fonthill Castle’s annual Fourth of July daytime community event returns to the beautiful grounds of this National Historic Landmark site from noon to 4 p.m. Thursday, July 4.

The James A. Michener Art Museum presents “Monuments and Myths: The America of Sculptors Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Daniel Chester French,” the first exhibition to explore the intersecting careers and significance of two of America’s preeminent sculptors of the Gilded Age.

A highlight of the current Makers Alley Spring/Summer Exhibition – open to the public on weekends through July 7 at Lambertville Hall, 57 Bridge St., Lambertville, N.J. – will be two Makers Talks on Fridays, June 28 and July 5, both at 6:30 p.m.

Six local artists, known collectively as the “MUGA Group,” have been evolving their stylistically diverse talents in tandem for more than a decade. They now have a new art show opening on July 3, at the Green Building Center, 67 Bridge St., Lambertville, N.J.

Morven Museum & Garden is set to host its annual Fourth of July Jubilee from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday, July 4, at 55 Stockton St., Princeton, N.J.

Magnolia (leitmotif)

There’s a corrosive little wake when Queen Latifah flicks her wrist miasming an omnipresent piano so she can turn her heart back to Eileen & find love in grief or another day will come.

Peddler’s Village in Lahaska will present its first four-day festival this summer: Starting on July 4 and continuing through July 7, the Red, White, and Blueberries BBQ Bash will celebrate both the extended holiday weekend and the fruit recognized during National Blueberry Month in July.

“Look Up, Little Mouse,” a children’s book about faith, has recently been released by author Chrysa Smith of Jamison.

New Hope Arts Center prepares to open its doors for “Structures and Constructions in Fiber,” curated by weaver and fiber artist Rita Gekht.

Cindy Ruenes and Kathie Jankauskas will show their artwork at the Stover Mill Gallery, 852 River Road, Erwinna from June 29 through July 28.

Bluegrass at TileWorks returns with three live concerts in the courtyard of Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, featuring familiar faces and nationally acclaimed bluegrass acts.

Following a hugely successful inaugural concert in March, The Bridge Street Chamber Players will present their second concert at Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Lambertville, N.J., at 4 p.m. …

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