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Monthly Archives: August 2006

Review: ‘Twelfth Night’

After a year’s break, Princeton Rep is once again performing Shakespeare in Princeton’s Pettoranello Gardens Amphitheater in Community Park North. Now halfway through its six-week season, which runs through...

Building Bridges the Artist’s Way

Trying to sum up the life of a man like John A. Roebling in one exhibit is no easier task than twisting the wire rope for which his company,...

Sun and Surgey Do Not Mix

I am examining a young woman who just alighted the plane after arriving in Newark Airport. She is vilifying the surgeon with expletives in Spanish and English who performed...

Opportunities

The ArtsProfessional Center for the Arts announces auditions for children ages 7 to 17, actors and dancers (all levels) for “One Tough Nut,” a new version of the holiday...

Celebrating the Unlikeliest Brass Instrument

Tubist Karl Megules is a strong, passionate advocate for his instrument, a powerful but misunderstood big brass horn. He really hates the stereotypes the instrument has in popular culture....

For Kids, What Will the Hot, New Flavors Be?

Popular investment wisdom tells you to put your money down on a company whose products you and your friends use, and the same is true for a business idea....

Last Roebling Mansion Seeks Tenants

Even as the Trenton Museum showcases its exhibit on the history of the Roebling family (see page 28 of this issue), the last of the Roebling mansions in Trenton...