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Companies on the Move

Nation's Service?Readers of September 23's New York Times might have seen a familiar name in connection with the White House fundraising investigations: John B. Torkelsen, principal of Princeton Venture...

Not Long Ago, Nor Far Away

Once upon a time, there was a young woman who loved to read stories. She traveled to a great university to study Chinese and heard in a nearby public...

Developing Your

Discovering and developing your success quotient (SQ) is critical to developing a business that will have lasting success. You've got to set the rules so that you can win....

Sax Man, Classical Style

Playing classical saxophone is a musical niche , a niche that is not only small, but not necessarily sought after, says classical saxophonist Michael Whitcombe. “Being a classical saxophonist...

Landau’s Wobbles But Doesn’t Fall Down

Longtime Princeton residents will find it unbelievable that one of the last family businesses remaining on Nassau Street has put up a bankruptcy sale sign. Two Landau brothers known...

Art in Abstraction

That looks terrible... Not bad now... It's still under-lit... Hot on the lower left...“That's pretty good.”High praise, at last, from exhibition curator Deborah Rosenthal as she fine-tunes the lighting...

Fall Arts Preview

#b#Westminster Choir College of Rider University#/b#The Westminster Choir has thrilled audiences throughout the world, but Central New Jersey audiences take particular pride in Westminster Choir College as a staple...

Beam Me Up, Straube

Your start-up firm does not want to hire a receptionist, so you put take turns fielding inquiries. Or you put a telephone in front of a locked door so...

Review: ‘Uncle Vanya’

Place Westwind Repertory in that group of area companies whose productions of exciting and purely produced theater demand attention. The production of “Uncle Vanya,” which opened September 10 at...

Mice Squeak, Kids Listen

"Sheep baa. Cows moo. Ducks quack.” These whimsical animal sounds have been with us as long as anyone can remember. And so have the toddlers who delight in cutting...

Trending Stories

How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.