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When Five Is More Interesting Than Four

The Emerson String Quartet varies the patterns for its concert programs. Sometimes they feature the works of a single composer; they have given all-Beethoven, all-Haydn, and all-Shostakovich programs. Sometimes...

Making Girls Successful Women

How do ordinary girls turn into extraordinary women? That was the question asked by child psychologist and author Sylvia Rimm in her books “See Jane Win” and “How Jane...

Treating One Mind at a Time

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200503/50323c01.html Princeton, business,-->This article by Euna Kwan Brossman was prepared for the March 23, 2005 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Treating One Mind at...

Unearthing China’s Rich Past

Roughly two millennia after the first known events in Chinese history, China reached a period of unprecedented tranquility and cultivation during the Han dynasty (206 B.C. to 220 A.D.)...

Review: ‘Address Unknown’

One of the marks of a satisfying night at the theater is this: does the experience stay with you after you leave? “Address Unknown,” running through Sunday, April 10,...

Review: American Repertory Ballet

It was his first ballet, and as the curtain lifted on the stage at Patriots Theater at the War Memorial, my six-year-old son, a veteran theatergoer with a number...

The Writer Strikes Out

More stories from the annals of the great mistakes I have made in the course of 40 years in professional journalism:Picture this scene from the late 1970s. I am...

Run (or Walk) for a Good Cause

Whether you are a seasoned runner who runs in every 5K race in the area or you have been sticking to your New Year’s resolution of walking to get...

Life in the Fast Lane

Rhodia had put up a for sale sign on its Cranbury campus last summer, and on March 15 it announced it had found a buyer — Preferred Real Estate...

What Makes James Different?

James was in preschool when Anne Weber and David Schure noticed that something was different about their son. He had trouble following directions and he had trouble being with...