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Drama Review: Passage Theater

How many times have we heard, "either become active or quit complaining" in reference to a wide range of things, from family dynamics to national politics?Back in 1969, actress/director/...

Life in the Fast Lane

Two companies - one big, one small - have left Princeton, taking withthem more than 180 jobs. Xerox Corporation closed its office atPrinceton Overlook to move to another New...

Dodge Poetry Festival: Not Just for Poets

Twenty years ago, poet James Haba gathered with like-minded others - many from the Princeton area - to dream up a festival to cultivate an audience for poetry. The...

Keynote Speaker: Virginia Bauer

The last time we spoke to Virginia Bauer, in October, 2004, she was the new CEO and secretary of the New Jersey Commerce, Economic Growth, and Tourism Commission. She...

Between the Lines

It's September and that means that U.S. 1 reporters and freelancers take to the highway for our annual survey of rush hour traffic. For nearly 20 years now we...

Xerox, Interactions Leave Princeton

Two companies — one big, one small — have left Princeton, taking with them more than 180 jobs. Xerox Corporation closed its office at Princeton Overlook to move to...

Drama Review: Frankenstein

Off-Broadstreet Theater is closing its 2005-'06 season with TimKelly's adaptation of "Frankenstein," Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's incredibly popular 1818 novel. Many writers have seen a play lurking in Shelley's novel...

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Homecoming for Chamber CEO

Karen Colimore, the newly appointed president of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, won't have to worry about meeting a payroll. So says Michael Hierl, who chaired the chamber...

Review: `Richard III’

For all intents and purposes, "The Tragedy of King Richard III" is not a comedy. It is, however, the final play in Shakespeare's tetralogy, the Wars of the Roses,...

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Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.

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