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Survival Guide

E-Crime Doesn't PayAs devotees of detective novels know, experienced lawbreakers will carefully wipe away all fingerprints at the scene of a crime. If the same individuals try to get...

Writers Groups for Easy Writing

Writing is a bear - and getting that first article, story, or book published is truly a dragon. For centuries solitary authors have tilted their pens at long rows...

Between the Lines

Summertime, and the reading is easy. We think so, at least, as we take our annual two-week summer break - we will skip the issue of August 3 and...

Transit Village Proposed

The offices on Vaughn Drive and Alexander Park may soon have company - residential, retail, and more offices - if New Jersey Transit's vision study for a transit...

Egge & Williams: Contemporary Blueswomen

She's only 28, yet Ana Egge writes songs and sings with the collective experience of Bonnie Raitt, Ann Peebles, and the late Nina Simone in her prime. She...

Band Review: Sunset Boulevard

If you are of a certain age, you may remember a night spot from your youth, maybe a bar tucked above a bowling alley, where bands played and young...

Charlotte’s Web: Part IV

The story to date: Our hero, a young writer recently thrust into the hapless role of editor of an advertising-dominated weekly newspaper, attempts to provide some editorial style through...

Life in the Fast Lane

Pharmasset, an antiviral and anticancer drug discovery and development company, is moving its entire operation from Atlanta, GA, to 30,000 square feet at the Princeton Forrestal Center.The firm has...

Review: ‘Godspell’

On Easter Sunday, 1970, John-Michael Tebelak, a graduate student of theater at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie-Mellon University) in Pittsburgh, attended an Easter service that he found boring and devoid...

Review: ‘Meshuggah-Nuns’

'Meshuggah-Nuns," the show now running at Off-Broadstreet Theater weekends through August 20, takes the prize for the most eye-catching title around. The title is an obvious yoking of two...

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.