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At the Movies

You can recognize a Fritz Lang film as soon as you see it," says New Jersey Film Festival curator and Rutgers film professor Albert Nigrin. One of the most...

Two on Broadway

Two new Broadway shows, running concurrently, are each made extraordinary by having on their stages two different players each portraying the same character. In "Avenue Q," recently moved from...

Lessons from the Dog Days

A cry went up from four women sitting in the shade on high-backed wooden benches: "Brownie and Chipper are arriving!" All eyes turned to the left, up a little...

SJP Sells Commons For $75 Million

SJP Sells Commons For $75 MillionThe two-building complex developed by SJP Properties at 7 and 9 Roszel Road, the Commons at West Windsor, has been sold. Jeff Dunne, who...

For Singles, a Way to Vent

They say that married life can be stressful, but so can being single. The lack of affordable housing, the increase in telecommuting lifestyles, pressures on the job, and rude...

Reflections on the Recent Past

Reflections on the recent past. Probably no recent column received more comment than the one documenting my sojourn into the woods adjoining the Millstone River on the Sarnoff Corporation...

Unveiling Doris Duke’s Secret Garden

The Secret Garden is a powerful and mysterious icon in the western imagination. In 1893 tobacco millionaire James Buchanan Duke began to create -- in the swampy farmlands of...

Richard K. Rein

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200308/30827s01.html Princeton, business-->This article by Richard Rein was prepared for the August 27, 2003issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Richard K. ReinReflections on the recent...

Between the Lines

By now most every business has received at least one anguished message -- usually sent via fax -- saying something on the order of, "reply right away to say...

Outdoor Sculpture Finds a Corporate Base

Back in spring, 2001, the Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Lawrenceville mounted an exhibit it called "Off the Wall." The show, featuring work by two generations of sculptors whose...

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Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest Is Here

Fall is here, and where better to spend an autumn weekend that at Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest.