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Luring a New Dance to the Stage

Lauri Stallings had every intention of following her older brother to Broadway straight from high school, but her parents had something else in mind. Dance was fine with them,...

The Art of Photographing Dance

Photographer Erin Baiano was doing a favor for her working single mom when she started dancing as a kid with Ballet Hispanico on the Upper West Side in New...

Spring Broadway Preview

A bountiful crop of Broadway shows is expected to occupy every available theater this spring. Okay, so winter is still in the picture and not to be ignored. But...

Drama Review: ‘The Pillowman’

The George Street Playhouse is presenting a sensational production of Martin McDonagh’s acclaimed London/Broadway play “The Pillowman.” Although the Broadway production that played just last season was fine in...

Settling in: A Night of the Blues

A common misperception about blues music is that the music is all sad. On the contrary, blues can be celebratory, and the genre often includes detailed ballads about life,...

Opportunities

The ArtsBlue Tulip visitors at the Nassau Park location may enter their votes for the 78th Academy Awards contest. The entrant who chooses the most Oscar recipients from among...

From Hopewell to Rock’s Heady Center Stage

If Danielia Cotton seemed, well, a tiny bit out of breath and a tiny bit distracted, it’s because she was working out at a Manhattan gym right before this...

Life in the Fast Lane

Thomson Peterson’s, the 40-year-old publishing company founded in Princeton as Peterson’s Guides, is on the block. The Thomson Corporation has just told its 220 employees on Lenox Drive that...

Car Buying in the Brave New World

Car Talk. Not the Click and Clack kind, but rather the ignorant ramblings of a guy who has driven a total of three cars in the last 29 years...

Real Estate Notes

Zillow is a brand new Internet real estate tool with an impressive set of bells and whistles. When fully developed, it promises to use “zillions” of bits of data...