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Back To The Dinky

This isn’t the first time that U.S. 1 has covered Princeton University’s proposal for its new arts neighborhood in the vicinity of Alexander Road and University Place. For several...

Jazz, Yes, But with an Echo of Classical

If you think you’ve been cold here this spring, versatile jazz pianist Steve Hudson, a professor of music at Raritan Valley Community College, was even colder. We caught up...

Corporate Angels

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has given $250,000 to the University Medical Center at Princeton for “achieving a high standard of patient care and safety.” The...

Hot Tickets: George Street Playhouse

You won’t see him on stage but if you’re a fan of David Hyde Pierce (from “Frasier”) you will definitely experience his comedic touch in the 2011-’12 season opener...

Who Needs Dancing with the Stars? Meet Henri Velandia

It is Thursday night, and a growing crowd of “salsaholics” is assembling in a studio at the Princeton YWCA. Women, some young enough to have acne and others old...

Companies on the Move

New in TownKT America Corp, 2650 Route 130, Suite 1, Cranbury 08512; 609-655-5333; fax, 609-655-8933. www.ktamer.com.KT America, an importer of fabric ground covers used in agriculture, has opened a...

Boxy but Good: MOVIS Artists Think Inside the Box

MOVIS is, once again, on the move. Since 2008 the group of innovative artists has been seen “In Suspension” at the gallery at Mason Gross School of the Arts...

Theater Review: ‘House of Blue Leaves’

While many if not all of the characters in John Guare’s “The House of Blue Leaves” ought to have their heads examined, this is not a prerequisite for those...

Opportunities

Reality AudienceEden Autism Services benefits from audience participation during auditions for the “X-Factor,” Simon Cowell’s new reality competition show. Audience members are needed at Prudential Center in Newark on...

Taking The Business Road Less Traveled

"Simply put, we need to be as innovative in presenting our products as we are in creating them. No — make that more innovative,” says Rob Weber, serial entrepreneur...

Trending Stories

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.