Mayo Center teens to appear with Broadway stars in White House TV special, Thanksgiving night

Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth, left, sings with teenager Rachel Levy of the Mayo Center's education program, on TLC special to air on Thanksgiving 2015.

Here’s one TV special that really is special, for six aspiring performers from Greater Morristown.

Classical couple charms listeners at Morristown United Methodist Church

Exhausted but happy, Mialtin and Naoko Zhezha take a bow at the Morristown United Methodist Church. Photo by Linda Stamato

He is from Albania. She is from Japan. They had no trouble communicating on stage.

With laughter and tears, Steve Wiley is remembered as Morristown’s Midas

Stephen B. Wiley, 1929-2015. Photo courtesy of Peggy Carroll

He was generous, eloquent, and fair-minded… except, maybe, when it came to Scrabble.

Florham Park law firm lets its hair down with iconic images from John Lennon’s photographer

John Lennon, photographed in the '70s by Bob Gruen.

From The Beatles to Green Day, Bob Gruen has photographed the biggest names in rock.

Friendly Sons honor departed members at Morristown service

Friendly Sons honor departed members at Morristown service

An All Souls Day tradition continues.

Bria is back: Star of Morristown jazz fest to play Bickford benefit, Nov. 16

Video: Bria Skonberg, the next jazz diva, delights Morristown music fest

Some jazzy ladies are sure to spice up this fundraising concert.

Morris coalition takes on state heroin epidemic

Mike Mee, executive producer of “Epidemic H”; Phyllis Minicuci, project coordinator at Morris County Prevention is Key; and Mary Vineis, NewBridge Services’ director of community response and education.

NewBridge and other social services agencies gathered in Morris Township to strategize about how to combat the spread of heroin.

History with heart: Close call puts things in perspective for Morris tourism maven

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: Carol Barkin's thank you list included the heart surgeon who saved her life. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Carol Barkin, who spends a lot of time in graveyards, thanks the man who kept her out of one.

John Ford Coley solves ’70s musical mystery, at Sanctuary series in Chatham

SO THAT'S WHAT HE SANG! John Ford Coley reveals mystery line from '76 hit. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

‘I’m not talking about … the linen?’ No, of course not!

For our Mets friends…a song from Yankees organist Ed Alstrom

Yankee Stadium organist Ed Alstrom

We’d like to dedicate this pinstriped performance to everyone who is bleeding orange and blue right now.