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Post Cirque du Soleil, Here’s a Purer Form of Wow

Aloysia Gavre did not have to run away to join the circus. A physically active child, already doing competitive sports and dance, she simply started taking classes at the...

Review: ‘Oscar and the Pink Lady’

"The hospital is a really great place, with plenty of cheerful grownups with loud voices, with lots of toys and ladies in pink smocks who want to play with...

Review: ‘The Little Mermaid’

The almost month-long strike by the stagehands union led to a postponement of the official opening of this latest venture on Broadway by Disney Theatrical Productions. Extended previews have...

Review: ‘Is He Dead?’

A stage farce by Mark Twain? You have got to be kidding. Well, why not? One of America's most beloved writers of short stories, essays, and novels was also...

Handicapping the Presidential Election

It's time to offer some astute analysis of the current political scene and to handicap the races for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations.Faithful readers may wonder why I...

Life in the Fast Lane

"We're the last exit in New Jersey," says Aubrey Haines, a commercial real estate broker with Mercer Oak Realty, of PrincetonSouth Corporate Center. PrincetonSouth is taking shape on 140...

Progress Edition

by Barbara Figge Fox and Scott MorganYour eyes might glaze over as you see page after page of listings in this issue. Where, oh where are the stories, you...

Between the Lines

We owe you an apology: Due to a production glitch somewhere between our desktop publishing files and the printing press in Philadelphia, the day and date headlines that normally...

Between the Lines

To the Editor: Good Healthcare Is AvailablePrinceton Bring Back LaycockPrinceton Environmental Films Spark DialogueCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200801/80123c04.html Princeton, business-->This column was prepared for the January 23, 2008 issue of...

From Homeland Security to Hardwood Action

The draw of sports rests entirely on the connection fans feel for the games. Technology takes conspicuous advantage of that. Round the clock sports channels, primetime broadcasts, and off-season...