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The Colors of a Global Palette

‘I want to inspire people to travel,” says photographer David Simchock in a phone interview from the Bay Area in California, where he just finished teaching at a summer...

10 Hours of Jazz in Morrisville

When Jim Ridl was a youth in Dickinson, North Dakota, his father and his piano teacher, who was studying at the local teachers’ college, worked out an interesting form...

Infertility Insurance Update

This year your employer may decide to switch insurance plans or give you a choice of a couple of different plans from which to choose. Do your homework first...

Opportunities

Princeton Public Library offers replacement prizes for summer reading club. The original prizes, bendable cats and dogs, were found to have lead levels that exceed federal regulations. www.princetonlibrary.org. 609-924-9529.The...

‘Law and Order’s’ Costumer at McCarter

‘Sorry to keep you waiting,” says award-winning costume designer Jennifer von Mayrhauser. When we met late on a weekday afternnon at the production office of the television show “Law...

Solar Power for Have-Nots

This article was written by Barbara Figge Fox and Michele AlperinRenewable energy is not just an alternative fodder for the automobile industry. Many people believe that — in the...

But When Will Solar Power Pay Off?

Consumers or businesses trying to assess the payback on a solar energy installation must consider a variety of factors — installation and equipment costs, solar energy rebates, energy and...

What Happened to State Rebates?

New Jersey aimed to be a leader in solar energy, ahead of California, in having the best rebate and the best incentives, says Quentin Kelly, chairman of Worldwater &...

Cytogen Marks Start of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Cytogen Corporation rang the opening Nasdaq bell on August 31 to signal the start of Prostate Cancer Awareness month. One of Cytogen’s first products, Prostascint, images the extent and...