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Survival Guide

Wednesday, December 13Capitol Hill Mystery: What’s Next in PoliticsSo now that they’ve finally gotten it, what are the Democrats going to do with it? Ever since the Democrats won...

Uniting Disparate Instruments

The Hatfields and the McCoys, the Montagues and the Capulets lie at the extremes of enmity among families. Less extreme are the tensions between the families of musical instruments...

Nutcracker Makeover

Think Monty Python meets Alice in Wonderland. “One Tough Nut,” an original full-length dance piece that’s a comically twisted take on the traditional Nutcracker, has its world premiere Saturday...

Broadway Reviews

There are a number of things to consider before taking children to the theater. But perhaps one of the most important besides the required expenditure in time and money...

Seven Decades and Counting

Odetta, who will turn 76 this New Year’s Eve, sang at the March on Washington in 1963 with Dr. Martin Luther King. And when Rosa Parks was asked by...

Looking at 9/11 from the Stage

‘A play about blue states, red states and all the colors in between,” says the press statement for “Adopt a Sailor” by Charles Evered. That sounds pretty political. Says...

Life in the Fast Lane

Last week Opinion Research Company shareholders approved a deal to sell the company to Omaha-based InfoUSA. Employees who held stock and other stockholders received $135.71 per share, double the...

Systech’s Niche in RFID Labeling

Two firms, fewer than 10 miles apart, form a hub for the pharmaceutical labeling industry and both have state-of-the-art RFID labeling technology. CCL Labels’ Hightstown facility dominates the pharma...

CCL’s Very Sticky Business

Central Jersey is known as the nation’s medicine chest, and it is also a center for personal care products. And while the mega pharmaceutical and cosmetic companies may have...

A Gift From Us To You

Next week, if the gods of the printing press are willing, every company on our delivery list will receive our holiday gift, the 2007 U.S. 1 calendar and datebook....