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Trenton Central High School:
A Remembrance

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Opening Reception, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie

Cadwalader Park, Trenton, NJ

Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie
Cadwalader Park, Trenton, New Jersey tms@ellarslie.org  ~ 609-989-1191

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Later-Starting Credit Classes

 

It's Not Too Late

to Reserve Your Seat

for Fall Semester 2014 at
Mercer County Community College (MCCC)

 

10-week and other short-term courses

 

Term F7B - October 21 - December 10

Term F5C - November 4 - December 10

Actual start and end dates for classes
may vary within each term's date range.

 

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you need at the times you want.

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Living Well with Jennifer Vose
Saturday 7:59am
The benefits of eating in:  Eating out can  be a nice treat, but there's a definite trade-off when it comes to living well. This week on Living Well, Jennifer offers some suggestions and encouragement for preparing meals at home, even if the thought of cooking a meal makes you want to swing through the local drive-through.

 

The Saturday Morning Mix with Carl Hemmingsen
Saturday 9am
Every week, Carl features an engaging mix of jazz, blues and gospel, old and new.

 

Cadillac Blues with Ron Ungarini
Saturday 6pm
Sit back on your Saturday evening and enjoy a full hour of nothing but the Blues.

 

Beale Street Caravan with Pat Mitchell-Worley & Kevin Cubbins
Saturday 7pm
Rising roots-music star Grace Askew headlines this week on Beale Street Caravan.  Many may recognize Grace as a former contestant from NBC's The Voice, but music lovers throughout the country, particularly those plugged into the singer-songwriter scene, have known Grace as an artistic force for years.  This week she debuts songs from her new record, Scaredy Cat, which she recorded locally on hallowed ground at Sun Studios.  Before Grace, we hear from Jana, Holly, and Krista of the eclectic Memphis Dawls as they perform selections from their full-length debut, Skin Like A Cage.  BSC contributor, Eddie Hankins will also be with us this week as he continues his series, American Studios: Memphis' Hit Factory.

 

Latin Perspective with Tony Vasquez

Saturday 8pm
Latin Perspective radio show features the best in contemporary and classic Latin Jazz Music.  Presenting music from the contemporary artists of today who continue the tradition along with the early pioneers and innovators, the prominent figures and architects who created the music.   In addition it informs its diverse audience about the roots and history of the music and the multitude of rhythms and musical styles that define the tradition and make it a rich and dynamic music genre.

 

Café Jazz with Gene Knight
Saturday 9pm
Three hours of Big Band, Bebop and Beyond Café Jazz is a mix of original vinyl recordings with contemporary jazz releases on CD.  The show is energetic, classic and classy.  It is filled with lots of fulsome big band sounds, with horns that swing so hard you can almost see the suited gents moving in sync.  The show also features the very best of the Bebop era and Straight Ahead jazz.  It's a feel-good program that is all about having a good time with the music.

 

Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland
Sunday at 11am
Grammy Award-winning trumpeter Roy Hargrove has played with such jazz greats as Dizzy Gillespie, Mulgrew Miller, and Bobby Watson. His blazing sound, depth of feeling, and joy in playing was evident even from a young age, when he was discovered by Wynton Marsalis at a high school jazz clinic. On this 1998 Piano Jazz, Hargrove joins McPartland for “I Wish I Knew,” and McPartland performs “Threnody.”

 

Latino USA with Maria Hinojosa
Sunday at 3pm
We learn about Latinos in elections in California, Arizona, and Rhode Island (and their opponents), why Latinos turn out to vote at a low rate, and how one undocumented person is registering voters. We also hear from Cristela, the first Latina with her own primetime sitcom, and an illustrator tells us about the importance of kids seeing themselves in children's books

 

 

 

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