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Review: ‘Sunday in the Park with George’

The most notable aspect of the recent Chinese New Year Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall was the 3D animation projected on the world’s largest LCD screen. The most...

The King and I

The King and I‘An Evening with Martin & Langston,” featuring actors Danny Glover and Felix Justice, draws audiences inside the worlds to two of the greatest orators of the...

An Old Jewish Tale Reborn On Stage

The tales of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, a Hasidic master of the 19th century, guide its listeners on a spiritual journey — from the mundane everyday to the divine....

A Woman’s View Of ‘Man’s World’

Thank you for the wonderful article in U.S. 1’s Women in Business issue (“Making It in a Man’s World,” U.S. 1, February 13). The comments have been overwhelmingly positive...

Leaving Notes in God’s In Box

In an essay on anger which Anne Lamott wrote for Salon.com about her son, Sam, she says: “I gave birth to him; I figure if I kill him it’s...

Summer Campers: In the Nation’s Service

Lots of students arrive on this campus paralyzed," says Ted Deutsch about his alma mater Princeton University, "students from public school backgrounds and minority students who have not been...

Review: ‘The Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island’

‘I left humming the scenery” is a snippy comment attributed to a critic of yore whose name escapes me. The intent, however, of his or her observation is clear...

Life in the Fast Lane

If you were to look at Rodney Watson’s life on paper, you would conclude that he grew up on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. He was, after all, born there,...

Summer Campers: In the Nation’s Service

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200802/80227c01.html Princeton, business-->This article by Michele Alperin was prepared for the February 27, 2008 issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved. For the complete calendar...

A Graphic Novel Gets Its Own Exhibit

A look inside a graphic novel is the theme of a new exhibit opening at the Bernstein Gallery in the Woodrow Wilson School with a reception on Friday, February...

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Former Trenton Planner Alan Mallach’s New Book, ‘The Divided City’

In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.