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Jazzercise: Dance Your Way to Better Health

When it comes to fitness programs, there seems to be a new kid on the block about once a month. And then there’s Jazzercise, the dance-based exercise stalwart...

Beware the Fine Print

Financial journalist Constance Gustke, a contributor to CNBC, CBS Moneywatch, the BBC, and Bankrate.com, has written about the gold in Fort Knox, Bitcoins, nanotechnology, and a host of other...

Dan Aubrey: Looking for America

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in New Hampshire was “the” summer destination.My wife, son, and I are regular travelers to New England and include stops to literary or arts-related sites....

Does Your Violin Play Like a Stradivarius?

All fine violins can have some elements of the sound, and certainly all of the playability, attributed to the best instruments made by world famous makers such as Antonio...

Schlegel Draws the Line on Political Misbehavior

Editorial cartoonist Ralph Schlegel’s images may be loosely lined renderings of political figures against familiar state and government buildings, but — as the small exhibition that continues to August...

The Pennington School: Valuing tradition and innovation

The Pennington School is an independent coeducational school for students in grades 6 through 12, in both day and boarding programs, with a current enrollment of 485 students. The...

Theater Review: ‘The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife’

I’m going to let you in on a secret: I want each show I see to be a winner. I love it when theater is fantastic, and I am...

Philadelphia’s Sanctuary for Nature and History

We usually visit Philadelphia for its world-class museums, theaters, and restaurants, but the “Cradle of Liberty” is also known as the “Cradle of American Horticulture.”Bartram’s Garden in western Philadelphia,...

New Look for New Hope Arts & Crafts Festival

When Connie Gering wanted to add something fresh to the New Hope Arts and Crafts Festival, she looked to the past. Specifically, she looked toward John Larsen of John...

Author’s Query

I am a recent Princeton transplant, and a writer and reviewer for Blues Revue Magazine, Blues Music Magazine, the New York Journal of Books, and other publications. I am...