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From Orange & Black to TAN

A leopard can’t change its spots, so they say, but a Princeton Tiger apparently can shed its orange and black stripes. Case in point: Princeton Project 55, which began...

Pat Tanner: House of Cupcakes

Ron and Ruthie Bzdewka have known since the taping in L.A. last September that they would emerge victorious on the Tuesday, February 15, episode of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars....

The Unseen Attackers In Cyberspace

Some hacker wormed his way into John’s lost Blackberry. It was a teeth-clenching shame. John lost money, data, identity, and countless hours in restoration time.A legion of hackers unleashed...

Theater Review: ‘Yesterdays’

The most recent opening night at the Crossroads Theater Company was memorable for two reasons: It was wonderful to see the theater, winner of the 1999 Tony Award for...

Opportunities

AuditionsCrossroads Theater Company has an open call for the role of Travis Younger in “A Raisin in the Sun” which runs April 14 to May 1. Travis is a...

Odds And Ends

Odds and ends for a column:Odd, I thought, that none of the newspapers immediately jumped on the story about the auction of 17 Hibben Road in Princeton’s western section....

Carrying on the Blues Legacy

Talk to any blues or rock musician worth his/her salt, and they’ll tell you, so much of modern blues and rock `n’ roll can be traced back to one...

How Joan Snyder Broke the Art World’s Glass Ceiling

The photograph, dated 1970, shows the artist Joan Snyder in paint-splattered overalls, lying spread eagle on a crochet-blanket-covered mattress on the floor. The room also contains an old TV...

McCarter Goes Southern Gothic

"I’m delighted to be revisiting Beth Henley’s timeless masterpiece with director Liesl Tommy,” says Emily Mann, artistic director of McCarter Theater, in a press statement announcing the cast for...

Tracing the Musical Silk Road with 23 Strings

The angular harp is both elusive and extinct. Originating in Mesopotamia in about 1900 B.C., it took on aliases as it spread west to Greece, across central Asia via...

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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.