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Who’s Done What in 2009

If you want to see a visible sign of progress this year in the greater Princeton business community, you can simply get in your car and drive north on...

Let’s Try…The Peacock Inn

You had to look closely last week to see the “Now Open” sign that quietly appeared in front of the Peacock Inn on Bayard Lane in Princeton. It was...

Progress: Simone Realty Builds Health Through Medical Plazas

Almost every economic crystal ball foretells an America in which medical and healthcare careers will be stable and plentiful. Most of it has to do with the sheer number...

At the Library: Journalist Turned Novelist Brad Parks

Brad Parks wrote “Faces of the Gone,” a mystery whose investigative hero is a journalist, while he was still a news writer at the Newark Star Ledger. By mid-2008,...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: The Brodsky Center Gala

We crash a lot of parties and what we like is when we walk into a party with 250 guests and everyone looks either chic or interesting — or...

Boheme Opera New Jersey Proudly Hosts Warsaw

It reads and sounds like an action-packed love story that has the inspirational cache of any modern movie steeped in espionage and courage. But this epic musical drama is...

Opportunities

SeekingNewcomers AlumniYWCA Princeton seeks current and alumni members of the Newcomers Club to celebrate its 50th anniversary wtih a cocktail party at Elements Restaurant on Thursday, March 18, 5...

Pamela Gilmore, One Woman Opera Department

Pamela Gilmore is the opera department at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School. Yes, the entirety of a one-person department, she says in a telephone interview. “I wear many hats.”As the...

Heavy Metal, and We Mean That Literally

Fifteen years ago, when Gregory Kozak of Vancouver started welding together plastic, wood, and metal from scrap yards, Dumpsters, and garage sales into musical instruments, nobody seemed remotely interested...

Location & Luxury: The Residences at Palmer Square

Eleven luxury townhomes and 16 sumptuous condominiums conveniently located in quaint downtown Princeton are available for purchase from one of the area's most trusted sales and marketing companies specializing...

Trending Stories

An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.