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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...

First Refusing an Interview, An Artist Relents

This preview story has an unexpected update at the end. But it’s important to begin at the beginning. Hosting an unusual event, McCarter Theater presents violinist Gidon Kremer and...

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 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,...

Why Can’t New Jersey Be More Like Pennsylvania?

Why does one state have a clean, organized, service-oriented approach to its business community, while its neighbor gives businesses the runaround and imposes lots of regulations and taxes? Whether...

Survival Guide

Animation At Work & PlayEven if you've been wowed by the antics of Spiderman swinging across the New York City skyline, you probably don't know the half of what...

Writing Laws for Cyberspace

It’s been one of those quiet revolutions. This past decade’s amazing technological changes have rippled, rather than rampaged, into our lives, each generally welcomed with calm accommodation. We depend...

Between the Lines

When U.S. 1 vacated the ramshackle farmhouse at the corner of Mapleton Road and Route 1 in 1992, we moved to a more corporate environment on Roszel Road, and...

Help for Small Business Owners

As everyone knows, owning and running a business is full of challenges. But for minority-owned businesses those challenges are amplified. “It is hard for us to get a foot...

Prosecutor to Statesman

Albert Stark never planned to be the elder statesman he has become. A child of the 1960s, he has described his younger self as "a hippie." He graduated from...