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How Two Holiday Classics Leapt From Big Screen to Stage

The Christmas-time presence of two popular holiday films transformed for the live stage offers the chance to explore the phenomenon, especially since the works have some interesting connections to...

Computer Tech: Not For Geeks & Loners

The myth of the computer programming genius comes in two flavors: antisocial (and usually unkempt) loner, and obsessed teenage prodigy, who also happens to be a loner.And OK, so...

Events to Send Out the Old and Bring in the New

While a good number of us spend the evening with friends, family, fellow club members, or regulars at a neighborhood bar, others seek out something different or new. With...

After Off Year, New Year’s Concert Returns

‘People are excited that we’re doing it. It’s one of the few New Year’s Eve concerts in the area,” says John Holly, music director of the Greater Trenton Symphony...

To the Editor

As sure as you see robins in the spring, barbecues in the summer, and politicians in the fall, today you will find the U.S. 1 Calendar here to mark...

Off-Broadstreet Review: ‘There’s a Burglar in My Bed’

To help ease some of the strain of the holiday season Off-Broadstreet Theater is indulging in a door farce, “There’s a Burglar in My Bed,” by Michael Parker. Parker...

Fourth of July in December? No, It’s Patriot’s Week

While there’s still a choice of great pre-Christmas events from which to chose, it’s not too early to plan for those days that follow December 25 and lead into...

WIN Sticks To The Networking Basics

Time flies when you are having fun — that’s why Terri Petry can’t believe it has been almost seven years since she founded the women’s networking group WIN (Women...

The Print Version of the Christmas Story

I gave my own version of the winter holiday story the other day, before a gathering of writers, editors, and ad sales and production people. It was a little...

Uncle Floyd’s Old-Time Humor Comes to Bordentown

"Uncle” Floyd Vivino is very much an old-school entertainer, so do not let his goofy-looking costume fool you. He is a consummate professional and has spent many hours honing...

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Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.