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Planners Approve Institute Housing

Some 230-plus years after the original Battle of Princeton, there’s a new fight brewing at the site of the historical battle.The Princeton Regional Planning Board on March 1 approved...

Moving Investments From Wall Street To Nassau Street

For Carly Meyer, president of the Princeton Merchants Association and vice president of retail administration for the Bank of Princeton, stories about entrepreneurship were as familiar as those of...

ELM Group Has New Leadership

Following a management buyout of founding principal and owner Joseph Fallon, Research Park-based ELM Group has announced that the two remaining principals will continue leading the firm.Mark Fisher and...

Correction

It’s a small world and sometimes — thanks to search engines such as Google — too small for our own good.Last week’s story on Drupal, the content management system...

The Artist’s Eye: A Leap of Faith

When U.S. 1’s editors saw the rare 29th day of February on the calendar this year, they commissioned a cover story on the astronomical underpinnings of the day. When...

Jealousy

by the Rev. Peter K. StimpsonQUESTION: My husband is a jealous nut! He thinks that every man is attracted to me, and more than occasionally accuses me of flirting....

Watershed Plans New Center to Boost Education

A leader in the protection of water and environment for more than sixty years, the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association is embarking on a bold plan to transform the heart...

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ Skewered by Stoppard

About 45 minutes before the curtain rises on each performance of the plays this season at the McCarter Theater, the audience is offered a 20-minute discussion of that night’s...