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Rules of Engagement

Around here we have a rule: When doing an article about anyone, always try to find out where that person is from, what their parents did, and how they...

Bigger Bang for Charitable Bucks

Jeff Faue and his employees at Fauecast Management Consulting hear it all the time. No matter where they turn, someone, from some group or cause, is asking for money.The...

Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’

So who needs another production of “A Christmas Carol?” With the traditional, perennial, and spectacular version of Charles Dickens’s beloved story being performed at the McCarter Theater, why would...

Chew on This: A Christmas CD with a Cause

Tom Meagher is a sucker for Christmas music. He starts listening to his holiday CDs — he has has dozens — well before most people have even begun thinking...

Survival Guide

Sports SymposiumSports is more than just playing games, as Brett D. Yormark, president and CEO of Nets Sports Entertainment, can attest. After joining the operating company of the NBA’s...

Opportunities

AuditionVillagers Theater has auditions for “Favor” on Monday and Wednesday, December 10 and 12, at 7 p.m. at Villagers Theater, 415 Demott Lane, Somerset. Bring a resume and be...

Life in the Fast Lane

Textbooks instruct, but they must also dazzle, represent the ethnicity of the students who tote them, please school boards and legislators — and offend no one. The textbook business...

Interchange: Biofuels from Food

Oil, at nearly $100 per barrel, is reflected in record level prices for home heating oil, gasoline and diesel for vehicles, and other petroleum based products such as conventional...

Gospel for the Agnostic Set

Susan Werner burst onto the scene in Philadelphia in the early 1990s, and quickly made a name for herself as a triple threat — singer-songwriter/guitarist/pianist with a fantastic voice...

Krugman on Bush, the Democrats, and 2008

Paul Krugman, professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University and a New York Times columnist since 1999, traces his interest in economics to science fiction. “I loved...