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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...

Survival Guide

Monday, November 26Homeland Security, Garden State Variety Richard Canas doesn’t get invited to many cocktail parties. People don’t want him speaking to their children on career day. Although polite...

Interchange

A former newspaper reporter and magazine editor, Lee Seglem is assistant director of the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation (SCI) in Trenton and former board chairman at the...

The Jazz Singer: Sue Giles Has Landed Right in Our Own Backyard

Since she made her trans-Hudson voyage from her Park Slope, Brooklyn, railroad flat with her two children to Hamilton in 2005, good things have been happening to jazz and...

Life in the Fast Lane

A new science and technology center for the Route 1 corridor is close to becoming a reality. David Knights of Princeton Forrestal Center, the real estate development arm of...

From Red Sox Nation, Some Thanksgiving Trivia

At this time of year my most sincere thanks are aimed at the readers who peek into this corner of the paper on a regular basis, hoping to get...

Between the Lines

As visions of cranberry sauce, turkey, and pumpkin pie dance in our heads, it is sobering to reflect back to our 2003 Helping Hands issue, which focused on the...

For Wounds, A Honey of Cure

Edward Quilty came on board as chief executive officer of Derma Sciences, a manufacturer and marketer of advanced wound care products, in 2000. At that time the company, many...

On-the-Go Traffic Advisories

Just in time for the holiday rush, two agencies have come up with on-the-go ways to get traffic information, joining the radio stations that are already doing this.The New...

WellGen’s Cutting Edge: Old Time Cures

When people say, “You are what you eat,” they intuitively sense the strong relationship between food and human health. Over the last several years these folk understandings have been...