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Come See the Paradise Before We Ruin It

What is your idea of a paradise? The dictionary describes it as “an enclosed garden of bliss; a state of heavenly delight; a sensation of joy.” If you have...

Natalie MacMaster: She’s Playing as Fast as She Can

Natalie MacMaster bounds onto a stage playing her fiddle “with reckless abandon — but it’s controlled reckless abandon,” the late John Allan Cameron, fellow Cape Breton musician, once said....

Immigration, the Law, and Business

In difficult economic times fears about economic security bring the issue of immigration to the forefront. But immigrants are usually not the real issue, merely foils for failures in...

Telecomm Company To Bring 31 Jobs To Dayton

Telamon, an Indiana-based telecommunications services company, is in the process of moving its Levittown, Pennsylvania, warehouse and distribution center to Corn Road in Dayton area of South Brunswick. The...

Review: ‘Calvin Berger’

Most of us know about one of the most famous and beloved noses of them all, and that includes the ones belonging to Pinocchio and Durante. That most extravagantly...

Need a Second Opinion? Try Dr. Gott

Way back when, when my father celebrated his 90th birthday, family and friends gathered together for a reception in the basement of the church in Endwell, NY. When time...

Plugged In: An Electronica Festival Is Born

Not too long ago, synthesizers and other electronic musical instruments were just for academics, since only universities could afford them. Then around 1980 Japanese companies such as Yamaha began...

Review: ‘A View from the Bridge’

Although it has taken time, actually decades, Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” doesn’t need to convince us of its heroic stature and tragic eloquence. It is, however,...

Lots of News from Down on the Farm

It’s 10 a.m. Do you know where your farmer is? On Tuesday, February 9, at 10 a.m. there was a good chance that the whereabouts of your local farmer...

Getting Publicity — No Magic Required

#b#Editor's Note: This event has been postponed until Thursday, March 11#/b##b#Tom Ewing#/b# is an actual magician. Before your very eyes, he cuts in half an eight-inch press release that...

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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.