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The American Boychoir Turns 70

Three choirs, whose members range in age from nine to 76, lift their voices separately and together in a concert to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the American Boychoir....

Review: ‘Sense of Wonder’

Passage Theatre Company is presenting Kaiulani Lee's "A Sense of Wonder," a play about Rachel Carson and her fight for the environment, to say nothing of her fight for...

Dive for Books Where the Book Dealers Swim

What accounts for the almost rabid loyalty of Princetonians to the yearly Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Fair? Scholars love to pounce on books in their areas of expertise. Dedicated readers...

Between the Lines

Bill Gates makes news all the time, but a speech he gave last week got unusual attention, maybe because it involved technology everyone under the age of 65 or...

Films for Women Who Think

To close out Women's History Month on Monday, March 31, the College of New Jersey hosts Lunafest, a national fundraising film festival showcasing short films by, for, and...

Deaths

Margaret Barclay, 72, on March 19. She was a real estate agent and building contractor. A memorial sacred song service will be held on Saturday, March 29 at Nassau...

Review: ‘Argonautika’ at McCarter

Stage director/adaptor Mary Zimmerman has a reputation for materializing worlds of make-believe and mythology. Her apparent love for these subjects and her flair for communicating the fantastical with a...

On The Move

The Trenton Business and Technology Center closed in January. It had been located at 36 South Broad Street and had been headed by Paula Fett. After it closed its...

This Chef’s Secret Ingredient: Do It Yourself

I'll give you three guesses as to what Barry Rabner, president and CEO of Princeton HealthCare System, was doing on Saturday night, March 8. Hint: He wasn't wearing a...

Remember Hot Tuna? Come on Down

In retrospect, guitarist, singer, and songwriter Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady were just as responsible for the late 1960s/early 70s blues and folk music renaissance in the U.S....

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.