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Where a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Songs

The Arts Council of Princeton’s “Structure and Flow” is a multi-layered exhibition that flows into its final week, concluding with events that feature participating artists and a free jazz...

Making and Remembering Music in Mercer

Few things better evoke the memory of Trenton’s entertainment past than the image of folks dressed smartly for the evening and entering the doors of a nightclub that is...

La Jolie: Princeton’s First Female-Owned Business

The road to our success comprises three key components: nurturing our staff to serve our guests with the most innovative services and products; constantly improving our salon and ...

The State’s Economic Road Ahead

Bernie Flynn is chairman of Choose New Jersey, a public-private industry partnership that promotes the state as a good place to do business. He is also president of New...

At Westminster, A Grand Night For Singing

Soprano Sharon Sweet’s name became a household word in the late 1980s. Based in Berlin as a member of the Deutsche Oper, she played leading roles in high-profile German,...

A Legal Guided Tour For Entrepreneurs

‘No one likes legal issues, but entrepreneurial CEOs must know exactly what they need to do, what they need to avoid, and what to ask before they sign,” says...

Prize-Winning Talk from Prize-Winning Poets

Poetry lovers will have a chance to eavesdrop on a conversation between Pulitzer Prize-winning poets Natasha Trethewey and Tracy K. Smith when the two compare notes at Princeton University...

The Keys to Urban Planning

No matter where you live, you are bound to hear about an urban redevelopment project aimed at improving your town, and in New Jersey that often involves a transit...

Near ‘Taj Mahal,’ A Wasted Resource

Princeton has witnessed over 20 years of lamentable neglect and lack of stewardship of highly valuable real property commonly known as the Valley Road School. Isn’t it time for...

Off-Broadstreet Review: ‘I Love You Because’

You can often get away with cute writing instead of smart writing if the intent is earnest enough. Off-Broadstreet Theater’s production of “I Love You Because,” running now through...

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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.