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Where Jazz & Fine Food Meet

Lots of musicians and singers might say they were strongly influenced by Frank Sinatra. But jazz musician John Bianculli can claim a direct influence on his musical development from...

Review: ‘Secret in the Wings’

When Heidi is told by her parents, who are about to go out for dinner with friends, that they have asked their neighbor Mr. Donahue to baby-sit, she almost...

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...

Celebrating Mozart’s Big 2-4-9

Mozart began writing opera at a very young age, 12 to be exact, with a comical one-act singspiel - a kind of opera performed in sung/spoken format. Titled "Bastien...

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...

Survival Guide

A New Series Gets Entrepreneurs GoingWithout sales and marketing and careful attention to bookkeeping and finances, no business can succeed. That is the theory behind a new series of...

George Street Review: "Winning Streak"

'The Winning Streak," the new play by Lee Blessing currently having its East Coast premiere at the George Street Playhouse, stars Dan Lauria playing opposite (in its full sense)...

Survival Guide

Will Your Kid Crack 2300 on the New SAT Exam?The parent's ultimate brag - "My Johnny got 1600 on his SATs" - will soon indicate mediocrity rather than genius...

Mary Zimmerman’s Magical World

When Mary Zimmerman was a little girl growing up in Lincoln, Nebraska, she recalls, "Entertainment for me was: Get up. Open the screen door to the back yard. 'OK,...

It’s in the Cards

Kenneth Traub left Voxware in 1998 vowing to look for a less stressful job. A co-founder of Voxware in 1994, he had helped it grow from a four-person firm...