Peter Frampton gets back to his roots in Morristown, with audience on talk box

Peter Frampton in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Guess what: He does just fine sans talk box.

Free Halloween film and Great Swamp premiere coming to MPAC in Morristown

jetport, great swamp film

One movie is funny. One is frightening. The seats are great and the price is right.

Laura Benanti to perform at MPAC Starlight Ball, honoring Morristown Medical Center, Nov. 12

Laura Benanti

She won a Tony for the 2008 Broadway revival of ‘Gypsy.’

Graham Nash does his part(s) for Morristown show

Graham Nash in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Ever struggle to unpack CSN harmonies? On Saturday, fans learned the N parts.

‘Contempt is poison to democracy,’ Sebastian Junger tells Morristown book fest

Author Sebastian Junger addresses the 2016 Morristown Festival of Books. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The best-selling author says America’s growing political, economic and social divides are as dangerous as anything he faced in Afghanistan.

Kristin Chenoweth in Morristown : Just as Pop-u-ler the second time around

Kristin Chenoweth in Morristown : Just as Pop-u-ler the second time around

Pound for pound–certainly, inch-for-inch–the 4-foot-11 Oklahoman must rank among the most dynamic entertainers anywhere.

Looking good: Bucky Pizzarelli in Morristown

Bassist Martin Pizzarelli, left, with his dad, jazz guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli, at Don Rickles/Regis Philbin show in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The jazz legend enjoyed some laughs at the Don Rickles show. On Monday, Bucky receives a lifetime achievement award in NYC.

Rickles and Regis in Morristown: Say it ain’t so!

Rickles and Philbin

Talk about revelations!

Graham Nash, pensive and feisty, on CSNY, Trump and Father Time, before Morristown show, Oct. 1

'This Path Tonight,' 2016 album by Graham Nash

At 74, a rock icon looks to the future… and closes a door to his past.

Greater Morristown remembers: Singing Cop, Lt. Gov. will mark 15th anniversary of 9/11

Wreckage from the World Trade Center stands as memorial to Morris County victims of 9/11. Photo by Katharine Boyle

Sixty-nine Morris County residents were killed on that terrible day.