Greater Morristown weekend preview: Ukes, Soul, Monkees, and a Carnival, too

Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel

Sweet sounds to take the sting out of summer’s swan song.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Red Molly sendoff, Twist of Lemmon, and more

Red Molly: Abbie Gardner, Laurie MacAllister, Molly Venter

A fabulous trio says so long, and a son pays tribute to his Oscar-winning dad.

Greater Morristown Weekend Preview: Jazz & Blues Fest returns for Season Five

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Ready for some jazz and blues?

Greater Morristown weekend preview: From Baroque to Botti, with Alfresco, farm-style

Grow It Green Morristown says a little rain won't stop 'Alfresco at the Farm.'

From old Baroque to old Kootz, you can find plenty of pleasing diversions close to home this weekend.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Sidewalk jazz, croquet and Weird Al

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Meet Me in Morristown–or rather, Meet Us in Morristown–kicks off four days of fun in (and out of) the sun.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Big 4-0 at Minstrel, starry Shakespeare, Paxton sendoff

Mike Agranoff of the Folk Project sings at Morris Arts 2015 awards. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Lots of fun on tap this weekend, indoors and out.

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Circuses, Gardens, Greens and more

The Big Apple Circus

Why venture out for entertainment this weekend… when it can venture to you?

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Party Time

POOL PARTY! Ginty Pool in Morris Township says so long to summer on Sept. 6, 2014. Photo: Morris Township Depart of Parks & Recreation.

To quote the immortal Bart Simpson: Party on, dude!

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Celebrate the Fourth right here

AT THE READY: Steve Santucci (right), Charlie Prestopine and David Skorka of Helms Co., Second NJ Regiment. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

There is plenty to see and do on this red-white-and-blue holiday.

Greater Morristown Weekend Preview: Sidewalk Shakespeare, NJSO at Giralda

Brennan Sweet solos for the NJ Symphony, led by Associate Conductor Gemma New at the 2014 Giralda Music & Arts Festival. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Shakespeare on South Street. Gemma at Giralda. Four amazing guitar players. Handbells. Singing bowls. Sitars. And a Star Spangled Spectacular!