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All Aboard For Annual Chamber Walk

The movers and shakers in worlds of New Jersey business and politics will once again share a train to the nation’s capital in the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce’s...

Paging Dr. UFO: Is That An Alien I Saw?

On the first Wednesday of each month a small band of people from around the state come to the Hamilton Township Public Library to talk about big mysteries in...

Festivals Building Community Through Film

‘Watching a film is a communal experience,” says William Lockwood, who has been curating film festivals in Princeton for more than 40 years. “Films were designed to be seen...

Gauging the Nation’s Opinion

Do you want to know what America is thinking on key issues? Frank Newport, editor-in-chief of Gallup, the opinion polling firm, may be able to fill you in when...

For Sue Ellen Page, the Music Is in the Mission

Nassau Presbyterian Church’s Sue Ellen Page is says that a person’s spirituality is bigger than the music and instruments traditionally used in church worship.Putting that faith into practice, the...

To the Editor

#b#To the Editor: Mercer Airport An Economic Jewel#/b#The Trenton/Mercer Airport has the potential to become an economic jewel for the entire region. For too long, in my estimation, we...

Don Pasquale: All Is Not Always Fair in Love and Opera

Boheme Opera presents a delightful, English-sung staging of Donizetti’s classic comedy.Love has always been one of life’s mysteries. There are many versions of love. But the most mysterious and...

Find Work That Fits Your Nature

A bartender turned high-level salesman of wholesale financial products has been seeing Peter A. Crist, a psychiatrist and business consultant with a Ringoes-based practice, because of anxiety issues related...

Are Tiles & Touch The Future of Computing?

Back in 1997, Microsoft Technology Evangelist David Isbitski was just beginning his career. “I was working on Microsoft’s help desk,” he says, “and the number one question was ‘Why...

Exhibits Put News On View –– See All About It

January 1, 2012 –– The biggest news on the front pages of eight of the nation’s biggest daily papers concerns what China’s TV shows tell us about its popular...

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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.