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‘Two Can Play:’ A Lucky Number?

Despite the fact that several “lucky numbers” keep appearing in his life, actor/director/ writer/educator Sullivan Walker credits his success to the strong family values of working hard, believing...

’Reel Men’ Don’t Cry at the Movies

Real men don’t eat quiche. Big boys don’t cry. And real men definitely don’t ask for directions.The cultural stereotypes about what makes a man a man are plentiful in...

Navigating Dali’s Surrealism

Although most of us feel lucky if we do even one thing really well, artists are often talented in more than one medium. And then there’s Salvador Dali.While Dali...

Between the Lines

Letters to the Editor: Venture ThoughtsMy partners and I wish to thank U.S. 1 for the informative article “Breaking Through in Venture Capital,” which appeared in the February...

Speaking of Bullshit . . .

By now you have probably heard about the retired Princeton University philosophy professor’s essay “On Bullshit,” selling out at Barnes & Noble, selling briskly at the Princeton University Store...

Business Basics For Happy Ever Afters

Every business begins with a marriage and launches in the whirlwind of a honeymoon. It is a frenetic, wonderful time. There is intense product research to be done, successive...

Funk-Jazz: The Next Generation

‘What we decided to do was present jazz music in the same way that rock, pop, or hip-hop music is presented — in other words, we wanted to throw...

Life in the Fast Lane

What did Mercedes-Benz pay for its 68 acres? Alec Taylor, COO of Matrix Development, says his contract calls for silence on that topic. But the auto company’s arrival at...

Mercedes Opens a Giant New Warehouse of the Future

Every time a man takes a step, it costs money,” says Rainer Denz, veteran logistics engineer for Mercedes-Benz. And in the upscale automaker’s sprawling, nearly half-million square-foot warehouse newly...

Review: ‘Little by Little’

Don’t think “Little by Little,” the show now playing three weekend performances at Hopewell’s Off-Broadstreet (luscious dessert) Theater, is a small play because it has only three characters. Actually,...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.