Home 2006 October

Monthly Archives: October 2006

Let’s Try … P.F. Chang’s

With lines of people queued up between the two huge horse sculptures facing Route 1, P.F. Chang’s, the new venue at MarketFair, is obviously the hottest ticket in town.So...

The Road to Success Begins with a Map

Phyllis Sisenwine, a business coach and speaker, says that business ownership is in her blood. “I just recently found out that my grandmother used to own four different candy...

Saving Land and Houses

Questions trouble drivers cruising Mapleton Road toward Academy Street in Kingston, once the home of world-famous Princeton Nurseries. Along George Washington’s 1777 route to winter quarters, land is scraped...

Celebrating the 144 Cultures of New Jersey

Dancers, musicians, artists, and cooks from different cultures will converge on Trenton’s South Riverwalk Park, next to the Trenton Thunder stadium, for a statewide cultural festival on Sunday, October...

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...

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...

Dracula the Musical and Dracula the Ballet

Usually once a play or musical has been worked and reworked in "development" in regional theaters, out-of-town tryouts, or previews in New York City, the end result is just...

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...

Review: ‘Translations’

Coinciding with the acquisition by the Princeton University Library of a significant and valued collection (more than 1,000 items) of classic, contemporary, and rare Irish dramatic literature is Irish...

Must Our Kids ‘Study to the Test’?

American childhood has become ultra-competitive over the last few years, and nowhere is this cutthroat environment more evident than in the college admissions process, especially for the most selective...