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The Life and Death of Buildings

As an architect specializing in projects that involve cultural and institutional landmarks (I have worked on an addition to the New Jersey State House and the upcoming renovation of...

Opportunities

For SingersVoices Chorale seeks singers in all voice parts for its upcoming concert season. Music reading skills and singing in Latin and other languages are helpful. Auditions are Monday,...

A Successful Company Doesn’t ‘Just Happen?’

‘Business decision-making is an analysis of the impact that each single step will have, identifying the alternatives that may result, and then evaluating again,” says Jeanne Gray, a serial...

Review: ‘Tricks The Devil Taught Me’

Every once in a while this critic finds himself going to a play that has received so much negative pre-opening commentary in the media, and in particular from bloggers,...

The Original Indie: The NJ Filmfest Turns 30

It’s a white-hot topic, and one that is getting even more explosive as the 2012 presidential election stirs up. It’s the role of Christianity in America, and particularly the...

Deaths

Michael Kenwood, 39, on August 28. He was a Princeton EMT who died during a rescue attempt during Hurrican Irene.Edward Meara, 84, on August 26. A longtime journalist and...

Postscripts

A postscript to all the excellent reporting by the daily newspapers on Hurricane Irene. Some of us caught without power on Sunday and Monday tried to rely on Twitter...

Lens Crafters: A Decade of Fine Art Photography

It was four days after September 11, 2001, when a group of photographers opened Gallery 14 in Hopewell with a group show titled “Lenses and Light.” On September 14...

Review: ‘Bluebird’

It has taken 13 years for Britisher Simon Stephen’s beautifully written, tenderly sad play “Bluebird” to cross the Atlantic. But what makes it even sadder is that audiences here...

The Life & Death of Buildings

As an architect specializing in projects that involve cultural and institutional landmarks (I have worked on an addition to the New Jersey State House and the upcoming renovation of...

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.