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A Concert to Honor Volunteers for the Homeless

In a gracious and unusual departure from the typical refreshments-only reception to honor volunteers, the board of the Mercer County chapter of the Interfaith Hospitality Network decided to pull...

News Flash: 101 Ways to Meet People Beside the Bar Scene

If you need convincing to drive to Mt. Laurel for a singles seminar, Barbara Freire - who presents "101 Ways to Meet People Besides the Bar Scene" at Burlington...

Broadway Review: ‘Pacific Overtures’

Most theater musicologists would probably concur that the Stephen Sondheim-John Weidman musical "Pacific Overtures" is a stunning if also vexing example of the concept musical. The most avid of...

Trenton’s Slice of Hollywood

The Trenton Film Society knows the importance of local talent. Over the past two years, the group has organized more than a dozen events aimed at encouraging central New...

Richard K. Rein

Sitting here in the present, on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr. Day listening to the famous “I have a dream” speech being re-broadcast on John Weingart’s radio...

Sarnoff Fine Tunes Its Focus

Vince Endres, vice president of new business development at the Sarnoff Corporation, is the proud father of eight-year-old triplets (two girls and a boy). At the time they were...

Sculpted in Photography

The annual solicitation of "amateur" photographers for the juried photo exhibition at Grounds for Sculpture began with applications sent to regional photo clubs, adult communities, and - in order...

Paper Mill Review: ‘Harold & Maude’

It was inevitable that the 1971 cult film comedy "Harold and Maude" would eventually find its way to the stage. "Harold and Maude: The Musical," plays through Sunday, February...

Between the Lines

On the occasion of the annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, here are two letters honoring Dr. King. For additional thoughts on this and related subjects, see page 59.Recently,...

An Exhibit Built for Laughter

Cartoonist Bob Heim says he wasn't born with a pencil in his hand but evidently picked one up shortly thereafter and promptly stuck the graphite point into his forehead....