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Extra! Extra! Read All About It!

I’ve had my brush with fame and it lasted more than 15 minutes. It was more like seven hours. A couple of weeks ago my son and I were...

The Bigger Story: Sexuality or Corruption?

Here’s a story that almost went awry. A month or so ago, with everyone from Oprah to New York magazine promising an inside look at former Governor Jim McGreevey’s...

Go for Baroque: Early Music

Some of Donna Messer’s earliest memories involve music. At family gatherings in Montreal, Canada, where she was born and raised, her grandfather would always play “Hatikvah,” the Israeli national...

Doug Worthington, attorney at Bristol-Myers Squibb

As a college town Princeton has always had a strong hold on alumni of the university bearing its name. Alumni by the hundreds find their way back to live...

Gay Men And Their Dogs

Pennington resident Sharon Sakson is an NBC news producer, dog show judge, and journalist, writing mostly for magazines about dogs. Neil Plakcy is a Florida-based English professor and the...

"Realistic" Flipping–Making Money On Fixer-Uppers

Jim Cunningham is a successful house flipper. He buys, fixes up, and sells houses in Ewing, Trenton, Lawrence, and nearby towns. He has just written a how-to manual, “Realistic...

Life in the Fast Lane

Not too many people have 30 years experience in the Internet business. Sergio Heker does, if you count the work he did in the predecessor to the Internet. A...

Guide to Gay and Lesbian Organizations

James McGreevey may be the most prominent gay person in New Jersey these days but he is hardly representative. Most gay and lesbian people feel comfortable and in...

Jon Weddell, single in Princeton

Every person is born into a particular set of circumstances that defines the beginnings of their lives. For their own reasons, some choose to remain close to their roots...

The Next Generation of the Blues

For singer-guitarist Joe Zook, the passion he has for the blues is equaled only by the passion he has for teaching.For the past 30 years Zook and his band,...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.