A TOWERING TRIBUTE
Grounds For Sculpture presents a 50-year retrospective of Princeton-based architect Michael Graves' architectural models, photographs of built projects, furniture, product designs, paintings, sculpture, works in progress, and, drawings in "Past as Prologue," opening Saturday, October 18.
Pictured: Graves outside the Arts Council of Princeton, which he designed.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
IN THE SPOTLIGHT:
Adam Immerwahr makes his main stage directorial debut with McCarter Theater's production of "The Understudy," running through Sunday, November 2.
Pictured: Immerwahr, left, with Adam Green, JD Taylor, and Danielle Skraastad.
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OPPORTUNITY OF THE WEEK
Health: Capital Health Center for Comprehensive Breast Care and Pennington Business & Professional Association present "Hope is in the Bag" from Fridays, October 17 to 24 to promote awareness about breast cancer and raise funds for those undergoing treatment at Capital Health.
Businesses across Pennington will participate in promotions and special events throughout the week with a portion of proceeds benefiting the oncology wig fund. Business owners will distribute educational material including mammogram cards sharing the message of importance of early detection. Visit www.capitalhealth.org/hopeinthebag.
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