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South Korea’s Own Pop Diva

Rose Jang, who was born in Princeton and raised after age seven in Short Hills, just happened to have been in South Korea when the country was attacked by...

The End of the Bucks County Playhouse?

It has been an institution in the New Hope arts scene for decades, the go-to theater for musicals, children’s theater — and the annual audience participation Halloween event, “Rocky...

So You Want To Be An Editor, Part 2

So you want to be an editor — a follow up to our discussion in this space on December 1.This week’s first lesson begins with last week’s cover story,...

From Western to Eastern Medicine

Alexander Kanevsky MD began his career in medicine as a surgical oncologist after graduating from medical school in 1983.Recognizing the limitations stemming from gaps in the understanding of how...

Estate Planning to Avoid New Jersey Death Taxes

New Jersey remains one of the most oppressive taxing states in the U.S. We must remain vigilant to uncover all possible legitimate tax savings strategies. In addition to the...

DOT Supports Moving Dinky Station

The ongoing saga of what will happen with the Dinky train station on the Princeton University campus now includes the state Department of Transportation. NJDOT has come out in...

PHCS Hires New York Advisory Firm

Princeton HealthCare System has retained BlueGate Partners, a New York-based real estate advisory firm, to guide it on the sale of the 10-acre Witherspoon campus of the University Medical...

Harpist Erin Hill: The Beatles, Broadway, But Not Debussy

To call harpist, singer, and songwriter Erin Hill a multi-dimensional musician is an understatement. Hill sings, she writes, she composes, and then plays harp, guitar, saxophone, flute, drums, bass...

Theater Review: ‘Driving Miss Daisy’

What is the point of complaining that it has taken 23 years for Alfred Uhry’s first play to reach Broadway? It is already locked in the American consciousness first...

Deborah Butterfield’s Stable of Horses Is Fine Art

Deborah Butterfield was born the same day in 1949 as the 75th running of the Kentucky Derby. When she was a little girl her friends would make fun...