Recreation & Lifestyle

College To Present Re-Imagined “A Clockwork Orange”

EDISON—Belching smokestacks, colossal clock cogs, the ribbed wreckage of a crashed zeppelin, all under lit by the blazing Fires of Industry, Dawson’s steam-punk version of Anthony Burgess’s “A Clockwork Orange” features a soundtrack of Beethoven symphonies screened through the fractious filters of punk, thrash, and techno, then scribble scratched by a goggle-eyed DJ sitting atop a scaffolded clock tower that rises 15 feet above the boards.

Café Offers Live Music

UNION—The Salem Roadhouse Cafe at Townley Presbyterian Church will feature a live music show and art gallery display at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19. “Slight Imperfection”, a local duet group from Millburn, plays Celtic and American rock and folk,…

Knitting And Crocheting For A Cause

LINDEN—Do you have free time that you would like to donate to a cause? Would you like to meet new friends? The Department of Public Property and Community Services has formed a “Knitting and Crocheting for a Cause” group that is open to all ages, young adult through senior citizens.

Art Show Reverses The Reverse

SUMMIT—Kent Place Gallery will present an exhibition of new paintings by Ken Weathersby until Friday, Oct. 9.

In “The Reverse Side Also Has a Reverse Side,” Weathersby’s paintings present intense, elegant grids of primary color that subtly invert expectations in a number of ways.