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A Director Who Sees Opera as Musical Theater

‘I was a tenured professor, but I thought it was time to move on,” says Claudia Zahn, who directed the opera programs at the University of Washington in Seattle...

Opportunities

AuditionsStockton Inn seeks New Jersey’s best fibbers and storytellers for its third annual New Jersey Liars contest on Friday, January 28. 1 Main Street, Stockton. Register at 609-397-1250 or...

Academics, Entrepreneurs,and Innovation

The aged wall that has separated academe from enterprise is now being gleefully torn down on all fronts. Idea-hungry entrepreneurs, comprising the recession’s fastest growing business group, are uniting...

Let’s Try. . . D’Angelo Italian Market

Bright, airy, well-stocked and convenient. What more could a downtown want? Welcome, then to the little market that can, D’Angelo, on the corner of Tulane and Spring streets. This...

The Architect with a Painter’s Sensibility

The tubes of paint are neatly splayed out on the desk. Jars are filled with brushes that have been lovingly cleaned. On an easel sits a pencil sketch, the...

Technology A Time Saver? Think Again

If you are business owner or manager, what’s the reasonable amount of time you should spend every day dealing with technology?Twenty minutes? An hour? How about up to 12...

The Not So Secret Story of the Woman Behind the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association

While growing up in extraordinary wealth in the early 20th century, heiress to the fortunes of two of the three great Chicago meatpacking dynasties Muriel Gardiner Buttinger was from...

Theater Review: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

What exactly is the price or the reward for seeing a classic farcical masterpiece perhaps one too many times? That is the question that has to be asked even...

Pat Tanner: The NOFA Conference

When the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA-NJ) holds its 21st annual winter conference this weekend, it will include the expected expert-led talks, seminars, and workshops aimed...

Move the Dinky — But Be Ready for a New Reality

Princeton politicians turned out in record numbers at a midweek Princeton Future (PF) meeting where the group’s downtown Light Rail (LR) proposal was unveiled. Aside from the PF inner...

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.