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Theater Review: ‘The Fox on the Fairway’

Perhaps my having never picked up a golf club in my life could be considered a handicap when it comes to fully enjoying Ken Ludwig’s new farcical comedy about...

Take This Job . . . But Give Me My 401(k)!

by Bill SheehyThe median job length is now 4.1 years*, so you will probably have seven to ten jobs before you retire. How you manage your retirement assets when...

Trenton Computer Festival Turns 36

April brings flowers, baseball season, and the Trenton Computer Festival, though this year TCF is starting early. Typically held in the middle-end of the month, TCF’s 36th incarnation will...

Opportunities

AuditionPierrot Productions has auditions for “Blithe Spirit” on Sunday and Monday, April 3 and 4, at 7 p.m., Kelsey Theater, Mercer College, West Windsor. Prepare an appropriate monologue and...

To The Editor: Good News and Bad News

#b#To the Editor: Rethink Geriatrics#/b#Here’s the problem. Seniors in New Jersey can expect to see more doctors and undergo more tests during their final years of life than in...

When the Script Is, Well, a Novel

As he graduated from Yale University in 1991, John Collins, director and designer of the experimental theater group Elevator Repair Service, found himself stumped with what to do with...

Here’s How Paul Robeson Goes on Singing

As an eight-year-old and one of a very few African Americans at a rural school outside of Pittsburgh, baritone Anthony Brown got his first gig singing when the school...

The Coming Season: Hot Tickets at the State Theater

The State Theater’s new season spans all aspects of the performing arts, from a drama about Iraqi refugees to a tribute to the Rat Pack to leading comic Wanda...

The Hyper-Examined Natural World of Csilla Sadloch

“The reason things can be so beautiful is that they can be so ugly.”— Playwright Beth Henley, quoted in the recent McCarter Theater program for “Crimes of the Heart”Csilla...

How To Connect with Your Patients

No matter what business you are in, the ability to tune-in to the needs of your client is vital to developing a successful relationship. That skill is even more...

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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.