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Opportunities

AuditionVillagers Theater has auditions for "Uncle Vanya" on Sunday, August 5, and Tuesday, August 7, at 7 p.m. Auditions consist of readings from the script. Four women and five...

Opera Review: ‘Romeo et Juliette’

In a tightly-integrated production, New Jersey Opera Theater’s “Romeo et Juliette” gripped its audience in its debut performance on Friday, July 20, at McCarter’s Berlind Theater. Voices, movement, and...

Between The Lines

Thanks to all who sent in their never-before-published short stories and poems for our annual summer fiction issue. We hope that Stan Kephart’s clever cover illustrations will whet your...

Survival Guide

Saturday, July 28Making A Good Living Off Of eBay For Terry Meade, eBay isn’t just a business, it’s a lifestyle. She calls it eBay World, and she spends about...

Life In The Fast Lane

Michael Hierl closed his Pacesetter Management Consulting office at Montgomery Knoll in June and moved it to his Bucks County farm. If you were to conclude that Hierl’s 24-year-old...

Interchange

Fostering creativity among technical professionals is certainly on the minds of managers today, particularly in industries where research and development play a crucial role. Yet in a survey of...

NY Review: `Old Acquaintance’

“We are fond of each other. I think perhaps we need each other. Though I don’t know what you really need me for.” — Milly“I think we all need...

Opera Review: `The Magic Flute’

New Jersey Opera Theater’s “Zauberfloete” (“The Magic Flute”) is an uplifting experience — something like taking in your favorite view on a day when the weather is perfect. On...

Life in the Fast Lane

The board of Xechem International has decided to downsize the firm’s New Brunswick office, remove the founding CEO, and focus the firm’s efforts on Nicosant, a drug developed in...

Another Day in the Neighborhood

While the first busker of the day in our noisy neighborhood is the 5:15 a.m. grind of the Elgin Pelican street cleaning machine (see last week’s column for a...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.