Thursday, July 16, 2020
Home 1997

Yearly Archives: 1997

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...

Review: McCarter’s `June Moon’

We're never out of sight or earshot of a piano in “June Moon,” the 1929 Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman comedy that opened last Friday at McCarter Theater....

Wireless on the Road:`Infostations’

Sometime in the not-too-distant future you may be driving down the Turnpike, your trusty laptop at your side. You come within range of an Infostation, a device that looks...

The New Tax Act

The voluminous Taxpayers Relief Act of 1997, passed by Congress in late July and signed into law by Bill Clinton, is being hailed as a boon to families, students,...

Family Business Tips

When it comes to teaching family business Rutgers University sees things a little differently from the rest of the world: It considers family business to be more of a...

In the Galleries

Historical Society of Princeton, Bainbridge House, 158 Nassau, 609-921-6748. Craftsmanship, Comfort, and Elegance: The Architecture of Rolf W. Bauhan, 1920 to 1966, a show celebrating the work of the...

‘As Bees in Honey Drown’ Theater Review

Who among us seekers of the good life would not be easily seduced by the likes of Alexa Vere de Vere, a glib and stylish grifter with a flair...

A Young Poet’s World

Nourished by memory, poet Frederick Olessi has roamed the world from Calabria to Israel, from London to Seville. Yet unlike many a lost and wandering artist, he always comes...

Jackie Robinson Plus 50

Arnold Rampersad has written a brilliant and eloquent biography of Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play a major professional team sport. His deeply moving book commemorates the...

Move Over CD-ROM; Here Comes DVD

DVD (digital video disk) has been hovering on the horizon of multimedia for some time, but its time may be at hand. I think a year...