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Opportunities

Call for ArtNew Hope Art League is accepting submissions for its annual juried art show. The show is November 14 to 25 at Prallsville Mill, Route 29, Stockton. Deadline...

Selling Green Products And Making Money

While going green may be a popular trend, consumers who are watching their wallets in this tough economy may be more reluctant to purchase environmentally friendly products that come...

Digging Up — And Preserving — Trenton History

Trenton-based archeologist Richard Hunter’s public lecture this Sunday, September 30, on potter James Rhodes at the Trenton City Museum — one of the events surrounding the museum’s exhibition ...

Many Options for Retirement Planning

You have built a successful company or practice from scratch, busy 12 hours a day with endless details. You’ve bought a house and gotten your kids off to a...

Post-Divorce Cohabitations And Alimony

by John S. Eory Esq.On September 6, 2012, the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court issued an opinion on the thorny subject of a former spouse’s right...

The Neatest Clutter In Town

I’ve been on the clutter patrol lately. Last week I checked out the clutter on those information kiosks on Nassau Street and came to the conclusion that —...

Shots from Cannon Green

A visit from the controversial human rights activist and artist Ai Weiwei, a celebration of Asian art punctuated by music and refreshments, an intimate panel on the 2012 presidential...

How To Compete In The IT Job Market

For Jerry Masin, finding a technological whiz kid is less important than finding someone who can think and learn in the right way. As the president of SetFocus, a...

Correction & Letters

How do you put together a newspaper cover to represent a complex issue such as Obamacare? Our solution last week was to run the photographs of our two experts...

A New Take on News at Arts Council Forum

New Jersey Arts News (NJAN) will bring community members, scholars, and media professionals together for an exploration of cultural issues with its “Public Forum: Civics, Humanities and News Media...

Trending Stories

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.