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Between the Lines

To the Editor:How Do You Access Future Events?Quick comment: I love the U.S. 1 paper. I appreciate the fact that I receive it at no cost and it is...

From Russia with Paint: Gennady Spirin

It seems only fitting that Russian-born Princeton resident and renowned illustrator Gennady Spirin was born on Christmas Day - he is a dead ringer for Santa Claus. And one...

The Decorating of Holidays Past

In the beloved holiday story "A Christmas Carol," the miserly Scrooge discovers the true spirit of the season from visits from the spirits of Christmas past, present and future....

Conservatives in Princeton

Last week I tried to tell you how difficult it was — 30 years ago — for Princeton University to deal with the criticism launched by some conservative alumni,...

The Curiosity of John Corigilano

Composer John Corigliano has a commanding view of music today. Recognized since the mid-1960s as a composer to reckon with, he occupies the role of a landscape architect looking...

The Decorating of Holidays Past

In the beloved holiday story "A Christmas Carol," the miserly Scrooge discovers the true spirit of the season from visits from the spirits of Christmas past, present and future....

Kenny Garrett Swings into Hightstown

Saxophonist, bandleader, and composer Kenny Garrett has not had the benefit of a college jazz education, but that has not set his career back one iota. Garrett, who has...

Life in the Fast Lane

The University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) announced its surprise decision after a night meeting on Monday, November 28: It wants to buy FMC's 155-acre site on Route 1...

Gould Wins $2 Million in Suit

A Princeton-based mother-daughter trio has won $2 million from Merrill Lynch in what is billed as the largest amount awarded for a discrimination case from any National Association of...

Dan Eldon – Still Reporting from Africa

On July 12, 1993, Dan Eldon - artist, world traveler, filmmaker, graphic designer, and the youngest photojournalist ever to have worked for Reuters - was beaten to death in...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.