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Behind the scenes at the RKR column: What in the world were you doing, the peanut gallery asked, writing about Michael Vick and trying to defend him?Glad you asked....

New Leases at Forrestal Village

#h#New Leases at Forrestal Village#/h#Levin Management has leased more than 16,000 square feet at Princeton Forrestal Village to four new tenants, including a restaurant chain, a safety deposit box...

Art Review: Peter Stroud at Rider

A retrospective exhibition of the work of constructivist artist Peter Stroud marks the opening of the season at Rider University Art Gallery, on view through Sunday, October 21. The...

Between the Lines

Anna Lustenberg of Verizon says she was thrilled with the U.S. 1 cover story on September 5, “Broadband Battles,” showing the Verizon and the Comcast trucks head to head....

Life in the Fast Lane

Christopher B. Kuenne of the Rosetta Group, based at American MetroCenter, believes that looking at three dimensions of the market is more accurate than considering just one dimension. He...

Short Subjects

#h#Got a Big House?#/h#Do you watch Extreme Makeover: Home Edition? Are you addicted to HGTV? Do you subscribe to more than three home improvement or design magazines? Is your...

You, A Camera, and The Web

With digital video cameras selling for not much more than $500, and access to the worldwide web — via a halfway fast DSL line — going for $40 a...

Alexander Road Start-Up Takes on Monster.com

The figures are daunting. Ten million juniors and seniors around the world are trying to enter the job market. Most have little or no work experience and many lack...

Road Report: Slow, Steady

When the bridge over the Mississippi River collapsed this summer, drivers began to look nervously at other bridges on their commuting path. And indeed, more than one-fourth of New...

Review: ‘The Power of Darkness’

Hang on to your ethics and any preconceptions of what classic Russian drama can be. A poor young man is having an affair with his dying employer’s wife. He...

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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.