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Backstage at Appel Farm

Almost 10 years ago, when she was 13, Julia Brav attended the summer camp at Appel Farm Arts and Music Center in Elmer, New Jersey, for the first time....

Wycliffe Gordon Plays His Heart Out for a Post-Katrina High School

World class jazz and blues trombonist Wycliffe Gordon doesn’t plan on talking much at his concert on Saturday, February 28, at Princeton Regional School’s Performing Arts center. He predicts...

New York Theater Reviews: ‘Ruined’ and Shipwrecked!’

RuinedIt won’t come as a surprise to learn that women and children are the ones who most regrettably suffer the consequences of wars that men make. That they are...

In Search of Long-Lost Memories

Maybe you can help me, or perhaps someone you know can help me. I’m looking for a high school yearbook, specifically a copy of the 1976 yearbook at Willingboro...

Mick Moloney Leads an All-Star IrishFest

Calling Mick Moloney a premier Irish musician is almost an insult.Not that he would take offense at the description, but Moloney is so much more than that. An author,...

PACF Offers Grant Sessions

In response to the increased need for flexible support of non-profits working with low income people, the Princeton Area Community Foundation will offer general operating grants — often the...

Fast Lane

While the Princeton Review has never had more than a retail connection to the town or the university, despite its name, one part of the test tutoring company, recently...

Opportunities for Business Growth

Using Technology For Business GrowthTodd Pierce, vice president of corporate information technology at California-based biotech firm Genentech, will speak about the “Future of Technology in Business” at the Princeton...

Marketing Snail Mail, With an Online Twist

Direct mail has come a long way from the days when we received a form letter typed in immaculate Helvetica featuring our names awkwardly and obviously stamped by a...

Coalition of Mayors Call for Route Repair

To the Editor: Mayors Recommend Restarting BypassThe following is a letter to N.J Department of Transportation Commissioner Stephen Dilts concerning restoration of the Penns Neck Bypass Project to the...