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Dear Judy: Caring for Your Loved One

by Judy Millner, RN, BSNDear Judy, As a granddaughter of someone with Alzheimer's disease, I am experiencing first-hand some of the struggles of caregiving. My grandparents were always pretty...

A One-Day Physical For Business People

The annual physical — it’s something we all dread, and if given half a chance it is something we will postpone — often for years. Time is one of...

Theater Review: ‘Steel Magnolias’

I go to the theater because I’m looking for joy; I’m looking for moments that make me think about my own life and the people in it differently, or...

Lessons Learned from Man v. Machine

Over the past several decades, I have faced off against 14 opponents in the game show “Jeopardy!” All were smart; all were tough; all were quick-witted.Most were human.The exception,...

The Dos and Don’ts of Attracting Investors

There are plenty of blogs, articles, and workshops about what to do when you’re looking for venture capital backing — how to come prepared, what to say, what to...

If I Were A Lawyer

If I were a lawyer:If I were a lawyer I would have begged for the chance to represent Dharun Ravi in the cyber crime trial that ended last week...

New TV Show Focuses on Nonprofits in New Jersey

David Gray, founder of Finance Arts LLC, has launched “Nonprofit NJ,” a television program focusing on issues that affect New Jersey’s nonprofit sector. The show airs Thursdays at 7...

Can Businesses Save In The Cloud?

Cloud computing does not take place in the ionosphere, despite its allusion to sky-bound natural forms. “What it really is,” says Paul Boyer, executive director of sales at Ancero,...

Letter & Corrections

#b#To the Editor: Tribute to Women#/b#The YWCA Princeton’s 29th Annual Tribute to Women awards dinner was an incredible success, raising nearly $80,000 to support programming and services.The evening was...

Ingrid Clarfield’s Remarkable Recovery: On Film, In Person

Ingrid Clarfield is an accomplished concert pianist, professor of piano at Westminster Choir College, and teacher in a private studio in Princeton. She performs across the country and has...

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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.