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Theater Review: ‘American Idiot’

Don’t wanna be an American idiot. Don’t want a nation that doesn’t know media. And can you hear the sound of hysteria? The subliminal mind fuck America.— The CompanyI...

Balancing Evolution and Theology

Kenneth Reynhout, co-director of the Science for Ministry Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary, was a teenager when he first confronted the issue of whether science and theology are compatible....

Local Rocker John Bushnell: It All Began with the Beatles and the Boss

If that snare drum from Sears hadn’t been so expensive, John Bushnell might have become a drummer. The veteran guitarist originally had an interest in the drums, but his...

Single-Friendly Groups

Among Friends, 609-575-8582. Social get togethers for ages 40 to 60. Many events feature DJ and dancing. Saturday movie nights and Sunday afternoon get togethers. The social groups meet...

Pat Tanner: Rojo’s Roastery

Since the day in 2006 that David Waldman opened the doors to Rojo’s Roastery, his coffee cafe and small-batch roasting operation in Lambertville, he was determined to go “beyond...

Your Wallet Can Handle Retirement. But Can You?

When I retired at the age of 63 I thought I was well prepared for this new stage of life. I sold the company I had founded and managed...

Opportunities

AuditionYardley Players has auditions for “Annie Get Your Gun” on Saturday and Sunday, August 28 and 29, noon to 4 p.m., at Kelsey Theater, West Windsor. Call Marge Swider...

Theater Review: ‘Oh, Deer!!’

Marvin Cheiten’s “Oh, Deer!!,” playing through this weekend at the Hamilton Murray Theater on Princeton’s campus has kernels of fun and madcap ideas sprinkled throughout. There’s plenty of fun...

Who Pays For College Education Expenses After Divorce?

With college education costs soaring (approximately $50,000 per year for private college tuition, room, board and fees) and unemployment still hovering near 10 percent, the payment for a child’s...

The Genre-Bending Antics of Drummer Rudy Royston

Rudy Royston, the jazz drummer, is bringing a brand new quartet to his next gig, which will be at New Brunswick’s Ethiopian bistro Makeda on Thursday, August 26. As...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.

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