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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...

Lawrenceville’s Dining Delight

by Pat TannerWho could have predicted that the small stretch of Route 206 across from the Lawrenceville School would become a mecca of ambitious restaurants? For years Acacia was...

New Twist in Princeton Dance

Former ballerina Risa Gary Kaplowitz had to make a clean break from the love of her life before she was able to find her way back.A graduate of Maryland...

George Segal’s Pregnancy Series

When the Zimmerli Art Museum hosted a posthumous George Segal exhibition earlier this year, one of the most alluring wall pieces was the figural relief "Pregnancy Series: Seven Stages."...

Media Watch: eMedGuides.com

These articles were written by Barbara Figge Fox and Kathleen McGinn SpringTwo years ago eMedguides.com, a company that publishes Internet health guides, was purchased by Thomson (NYSE: TOC), the...

Philly’s Folk Tradition

Gene Shay, legendary folk music radio host and co-founder, in 1962, of the equally legendary Philadelphia Folk Festival, is looking forward to another summer picnic. The "Godfather of Philly...

It’s Your PC, Tinker Freely

Edward Felten is something of an accidental activist, a Caltech-trained physicist and computer science researcher at Princeton, who has evolved from technical research into a highly-visible role in public...

Nominations Please

Clanking Around the Bases for CharityTurn a Career Break into a Career BoostDiversity Drive: In the Fast LaneReinvention Rocks at Chamber FairCorporate AngelsCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200308/30820s01.html Princeton, business-->These articles...

Break on Through . . . to the 21st Century

In 1966, America was bitterly divided over a controversial war. An actor wanted to become governor of California. And the Doors recorded their debut album.Flash forward 37 years and...

Life in the Fast Lane: NERC

These articles were written by Barbara Figge Fox and Kathleen McGinn SpringAt the Forrestal Village offices of NERC, the North American Electric Reliability Council, all the lights were on...