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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...

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...

Economic Forecast for New Jersey

Robert Dye, vice president and senior economist for the PNC Financial Services Group in Pittsburgh, does not have much positive to say about prospects for the near-term New Jersey...

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...

Lecture on Technical Abilities

Friday, March 28Technical AbilitiesFor people with disabilities using a computer can be difficult, painful, or nearly impossible. However, with just a little technological help, the computer can be adapted...

New In Town

GMAC Mortgage, 475 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; 866-970-4622. Matt Govan, branch manager. Home page: www.gmacmortgage.comMatt Govan opened a three-person GMAC Mortgage office at Research Park in February.

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...

Crosstown Moves

Crosstown MovesEdward Hunter, Attorney, 195 Nassau Street, Suite 28, Princeton 08542; 609-279-0500; fax, 609-279-0501.Edward Hunter moved his law office from Princeton Service Center to the Thompson courtyard, just off...

Overcoming Fear of Foreign Soil

Exporting is for players only - the multi-tentacled big boys who own their own containers, set up offices everywhere, and can deploy an army of staff.Or so we are...

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....