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Digging Deep into Doubt, Uncertainty, and Suspicion

In the preface that John Patrick Shanley wrote for his award-winning play “Doubt,” he writes: “We are living in a culture of extreme advocacy, of confrontation, of judgment, and...

Breakout Performance: Drums

When the Japanese drumming sensation TAO gained worldwide acclaim with performances at the 2004 and 2005 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals in Scotland, achieving the highest ticket sales for two years...

The Inner Life of a 21st Century Composer

‘Memorability” is the word that composer Paul Moravec has invented to tag quality musical compositions. He wants an audience to remember the piece afterwards, and to remember enough of...

Hi Tech Stocking Stuffers

It’s holiday shopping season again, and time to explore the trends and new possibilities in portable electronics and associated accessories — devices like MP3 players that now play video,...

Life in the Fast Lane

Every Friday the lawyers come to EasySoft’s new office on North Center Drive in North Brunswick. That’s the day the 21-year-old firm gives software training to clients and potential...

Survival Guide

Thursday, November 29Woman in Charge I: Betsy BernardIf you are not passionate about your work, you are not going to be successful at it, says Betsy Bernard, 52, a...

Under the Literary Sun: Growing Up McPhee

In Jenny McPhee’s third novel, “A Man of No Moon” (September, 2007, Counterpoint Books) threads of her own life — family, nationality, writing, translating — come together in the...

Between The Lines

For most of us this holiday season is a time of plenty. We have plenty of food, plenty of shopping to do, and way more concerts of wonderful music...

Tra La La… Holiday Music

This year the sounds of the season embrace not just the tried and true but also some welcome surprises. Nestled amidst the classics — like the American Boychoir (Saturday,...

Opportunities

SupportLiteracy Volunteers of Mercer County receives a percentage of sales at Barnes & Noble, MarketFair, on Sunday, December 2. Ask for voucher at register.FilmNewark Black Film Festival seeks applications...

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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.