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Creating a Semi-Staged Version of `Falstaff’

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200602/60222p08.html Princeton, business-->This article by Elaine Strauss was prepared for the February 22, 2006 issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.Creating a Semi-Staged Version of...

Literacy Courses for Small Businesses

Beginning on Wednesday, March 1, both Mercer County Community College and Middlesex County College will offer literacy courses for workers employed in small businesses thanks to a partnership with...

These Foodies Say Slow Down

After a McDonald’s opened near Rome’s Spanish Steps in 1986, Carolo Petrini founded Slow Food, an international educational association tha has since drawn an international following and the support...

These Foodies Say Slow Down

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200602/60222p05.html Princeton, business-->This article by Carolyn Foote Edelmann was prepared for the February 22, 2006 issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.These Foodies Say Slow...

Who Needs Employees?

Employees? Who needs them? Terri Adams has managed to avoid hiring a single one as principal of Adams Consulting Group, based in her Princeton home (consultadams@earthlink.net)It’s not that...

Life in the Fast Lane

Tyco Unit Before, Now CovalenceReasearch No MoreCheckspert StrappedNew in TownCrosstown MovesCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200602/60222f01.html Princeton, business-->These articles by Barbara Fox were prepared for the February 22, 2006 issue of...

Finding a Culture of One’s Own

Growing up in Texas, Stephanie Elizondo Griest rejected the language of her mother’s Hispanic culture, adopting instead the safer and more respectable identity of her American father. In college...

Learning the Discipline Dance

To ground or not to ground? To spank or to deny privileges? Most parents would agree there is a very fine line between discipline and punishment, between giving your...

Mind the Technology Gap

Social reformers used to worry about the “digital divide,” the gap between schools and communities that had easy access to technology and those that did not. Now they need...

Save Money and Time with Meditation

The myths shrouding mediation are manifold. Two parties square off in a room bristling with anger, loathing each other, sick of the argument that sparked their feud. Then the...