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Green Lights for Green Tech

‘Don’t waste a good panic,” says Michael Trachtenberg, founder and CEO of Carbozyme Inc. in Monmouth Junction. This time of fiscal stress is ideal for entrepreneurs wanting to...

The Raritan River Music Festival: Two Decades Strong

The Raritan River Music Festival is noteworthy for bringing small ensembles of extraordinary musical quality to picturesque settings in western New Jersey for concerts with a fresh approach. Taking...

Opportunities

Mother’s DayHomeFront is accepting contributions to help homeless mothers care for their children. A special Mother’s Day card will be sent to your mother (or whomever you choose) noting...

Creatives of the World: Get Over Yourselves

There’s nothing difficult about marketing yourself and your business, says Ilise Benun. “We all know what to do. The problem is most of us don’t do it.”Benun will discuss...

Theater Review: ‘New Year’s Eve’

It can’t be said that playwright/director Arthur Laurents, at the young age of 91, has lost his touch, at least when it comes to directing and his facility and...

Between the Pages of Fear and Loss

What do writers do when they’re not writing? Amy Hempel, who was propelled into literary stardom in 1985 with the publication of her first collection of short stories, “Reasons...

Theater Review: ‘Instructions for Breathing’

There are just those things in life you don’t talk about, things that are so shattering or altering that they can’t help but drag you into a pit of...

The Great Debate: Slow Food or High Tech?

Feeding a hungry planet is tough enough. Doing it without increasing greenhouse gas emissions? Even the country’s top minds in science, academe, and industry do not have a real...

HorseXpo Honors New Jersey’s Equine INdustry

Central New Jersey is the state’s Farm Belt, and much of the pasture is trod by horses. Whether you know it or not, New Jersey’s state animal is responsible...

Is This Playwright the Next August Wilson?

In October, playwright Tarell McCraney will turn 30, but he has lived enough and written enough to be someone twice his age. Talking with him is like conferring with...

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Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest Is Here

Fall is here, and where better to spend an autumn weekend that at Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest.