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Theater Review: ‘Run for Your Wife’

‘Run for Your Wife,” by Ray Cooney, the last play in Off-Broadstreet Theater’s 2006-2007 season (the 2007-’08 season begins in August), has been described by the producers as a...

Art Review: ‘Eccentric Bodies’

It’s not easy to restructure social and cultural concepts that have been shaping Western thought for centuries but a major exhibition that just opened at Mason Gross School of...

Recipe for the Perfect Wedding

Being a wedding planner is not for the faint of heart. Just ask Princeton native Michelle Rago, a major player after only three years in the profession. Rago, 43,...

Life in the Fast Lane

Forget food, go with pharma. Rick Granato had been delivering point-of-sale video commercials to supermarkets for In-Store Broadcasting Network. Now as senior vice president of sales and marketing for...

Real Estate Notes

East Windsor49 Stonehedge Drive. $510,000. Closing: June 14, 2007. Twelve-year-old, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 Colonial.661 Ithaca Place. $260,000. Closing: June 8, 2007. Thirty-three-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.894...

Survival Guide

Thursday, June 28Slashing Red TapeMost times, complaining about the government is about as useful as complaining about the weather. The fellows who run either operation are just too remote...

Opportunities

LiteratiNew Works of Merit Playwriting Contest seeks socially conscious scripts from around the world through Sunday, July 15. The top three scripts are awarded a reading in a New...

Dispelling Early-Morning Blues

As everyone knows there are morning people and there are night owls. I’m definitely not a night owl, and I’m only marginally a morning person. I’m actually more of...

Between the Lines

July 4 DeadlinesYou will see no U.S. 1 deliverers next Wednesday, July 4. And our office will be closed that day. But you will see us on Tuesday, July...

Opera Review: `Carmen’

From the moment the curtain went up on Princeton Festival’s production of Charles Bizet’s “Carmen,” seen by this reviewer on opening night, Saturday, June 23, we knew that we...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.