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Theater Review: ‘A Nice Family Gathering’

Garrison Keillor is not the only writer to find his voice in the Norwegian communities of the upper Midwest. Phil Olson, whose “A Nice Family Gathering” has opened the...

A Primer for NJ’s Golf Course Owners

It was a good time to own a golf course in 1998. The economy was robust and a lot of people were making a lot of money.In fact, things...

For Commercial Real Estate Professionals, Patience Is a Virtue

To a commercial real estate industry battered by the economy, Peter Cocoziello, president and CEO of Advance Realty Group, based at Riverview Plaza in Trenton, offers terse advice that...

Silver Screen Tales from Telluride

The Telluride Film Festival is one giant Facebook where film lovers from all over the world bond with total strangers and friends from past festivals and share opinions on...

Corporate Angels

The McGraw-Hill Federal Credit Union, 120 Windsor Center Drive in East Windsor, raised more than $20,000 for the newly formed VOICE Foundation at its 2009 Charity Golf Classic on...

Do You Know Where Your Archives Are?

It’s 10 p.m. Do you know where your archives are? For a while this week that was the working title of our cover story on DocuSafe, the secure storage...

To the Editor: A Ridge Review

I heard Tom Ridge, the former secretary of Homeland Security, speak about his new book at Barnes and Noble on September 21. Hearing him reinforced my opinion that everything...

Benjamin Zander: Aiming Only for the Possible

"There’s no such thing as bad weather — only inappropriate clothing.” Such was the frequent refrain of Walter Zander, who, when piled into a World War II internment camp...

From the Start, Think Big and Be Big

‘We wanted to give business owners, particularly newer business owners, a tool kit,” says Kolbe Clark, owner of Aurora Designs and Interiors in Hillsborough.Clark is a panelist for E2E...

Does Theater Have a Glass Ceiling?

‘We wanted to draw attention to the status of women in theater,” says Jill Dolan, a professor of English and theater at the Lewis Center for the Arts at...