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Broadway: `Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’

Tennessee Williams builds quite a case against lies and liars in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," one of his most brutal and direct plays. Just as mendacity may...

DeSol Flies on Latin-Rock

Good songwriters, like good novelists, write about what they know. So it's not surprising that deSol's recent CD, "Spanish Radio," opens with a track written by lead singer and...

Two Guitarists & the NJ Symphony Orchestra

Guitarist Sergio Assad is one of three soloists slated to perform with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra in Richardson Auditorium Friday, November 28. The other soloists are his guitarist...

Between the Lines

To the Editor: Sucking the Garden DryWhy is New Jersey the butt of jokes across the United States? Why do most Americans equate New Jersey with urban blight, snarled...

Wanting More at Thanksgiving

Yes, I know I should be thankful at this time of year. I should join the rest of the columnists and commentators and thank everyone from the gas station...

Wanting More at Thanksgiving

Yes, I know I should be thankful at this time of year. I should join the rest of the columnists and commentators and thank everyone from the gas station...

Review: `Walk in the Woods’

You may wonder, living in a time when the fate of nations is no longer determined by the give and take of two superpowers, if Lee Blessing's 1988 play...

Life in the Fast Lane

Just a few short years ago, people would have scoffed at the idea of a high-tech bus system running along the Route 1 corridor that could be considered as...

Holiday Feast: Beyond the Butterball

For Thanksgiving's 140 original celebrants in l621, the board groaned with a lot more than turkey. "Our harvest being gotten in," wrote colonist Edward Winslow, "our governor sent four...

Pearl S. Buck’s Private Place

I love people. I love my family, my children. But inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that's where you renew your springs that never...

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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.