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Opportunities

AuditionsVillagers Theater seeks male and female actors for “The Full Monty. 415 DeMott Lane, Somerset. Visit www.villagerstheatre.com for character breakdown and requirements. Monday, June 12; Tuesday, June 13, 7:30...

Making Music: The Aspiring and the Professional

‘Kids who play musical instruments and do art work after school do not join gangs,” says Brian Hill, executive director of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie. To meet...

How Bootstrapping Works, Even for Pharmas

Standardizing Trials For New Drugs In Mental Health Paul Gilbert and his team at MedAvante have staked their professional and financial futures on a revolutionary way to bring mental...

For Quatern, Speed Is the Special Sauce

Scott McCarty likes to start a new company in a downscale space, then move to Class A space. For his first company he had a basement office at 20...

A Second Opinion

Jeffrey T. Apter, psychiatrist and president of Princeton Medical Institute on Bunn Drive, focuses on clinical trials for mental health drugs, and he questions whether the pharmaceutical companies will...

Life in the Fast Lane

Telephone conversation overheard in April by a reporter at a nursing home: “Your mother isn’t there? But the ambulance took her to the emergency room at XYZ medical center....

A Tabloid Take on the Nyce Murder

Almost one year after the jury found Jonathan Nyce guilty of murdering his wife Michelle, on a lesser charge than the victim’s family had hoped for, John Glatt’s paperback...

Real Estate Notes

When Marina Shevelev was a schoolgirl in Moscow she sketched houses in her notebooks whenever she was bored. Her husband, Michael Shevelev, also a native of Russia, spends his...

Review: `A Stone Carver’

Just before the lights came up for the curtain call of the performance I attended of Passage Theater's production of William Mastrosimone's "A Stone Carver," I could hear people...