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Bill Charlap on Jazz, Charlie Brown, and Chemistry

"I’m standing in the middle of a shopping mall with a list right now.” As he spoke on the phone, jazz musician Bill Charlap was doing what most people...

I Have Seen the Future – But Is It My Own?

I don’t know who she is but the other afternoon I was profoundly affected by a chic, perfectly coifed, and fashionably dressed little old lady who showed up at...

Year End Tax Tips for Charitable Giving

Donations to charity are a big part of the holiday season, but there are a few things to keep in mind if you plan to write off donations on...

Jamie Saxon: What Really Matters in an Imperfect World

One night the year we moved into our old, gently used farmhouse in Lawrenceville I was brushing my teeth, and I watched in surreal amazement as the bathroom door...

Theater Review: ‘Rain’

To clarify up-front what “Rain” is and is not: It is first, foremost, and finally a concert, no more, no less. There is no back-story, front story or any...

The Further Life: Not Always Beautiful, But Still Important

Always remember: What you are doing is important.Forty years ago, embarking on what I hoped would be a successful career as a freelance writer, I recall those words taped...

Creative Marketing Alliance: A Holiday Story Unfolds

If your company is on the mailing list for the annual Creative Marketing Alliance holiday card, you have seen CMA’s staff engaged in adventures that would make National Geographic...

Opportunities

Good CausesAmerican Heart Association seeks nominations for its fifth annual New Jersey Go Red For Women “Woman of Distinction” awards to recognize and honor women who speak up on...

Ringing in the New Year — New Year’s Eve Events

New Year’s Eve events for all ages are near and far; casual to formal; for families, couples, and singles. Be sure to continue to check www.princetoninfo.com for updates to...

Maintaining Hope When You Are Unemployed

In retrospect it was all very obvious. The boss had been especially jittery. Other employees left and their positions were not filled. And then it came time for you...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.