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From the ’60s, a Relevant ‘Hair’

As the popular song goes, “let the sun shine in.”And, weather permitting, that’s exactly what will happen in Washington Crossing Open Air Theater this weekend, with a presentation of...

Graffiti Jam Sweetens Up the Capital City

The business scene at the Trenton-based company TerraCycle is routine for 99 percent of the year, even though the company built on recycling consumer products is known for innovation....

Trinity Counseling: Three Secrets to Life

QUESTION: I have been reading your column, and finally decided to write and ask you a tough question. Are there any secrets about life that you have learned in...

Bucks County Playhouse Review: ‘Summer of ’42’

Sometimes, you just need a simple story to hit the spot. And “Summer of ‘42,” playing at Bucks County Playhouse through Sunday, August 11, aims to do just that;...

Herrick Feinstein Expands at Carnegie Center

It’s been a quarter-century since four lawyers from the New York-based law firm Herrick Feinstein set up an office in Princeton. Since then, the team has grown to 18,...

Companies on the Move

Crosstown MovesEntry Point Communications, 3705 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 110, Hamilton 08619; 609-528-9200; fax, 609-689-0204. Richard Rebh, CEO.Entry Point Communications has moved from 200 American Metro Boulevard to a new...

Meet the Writers at the Summer Fiction Reception

The annual Summer Fiction issue is out, and we are now preparing for the annual reception on Thursday, August 22, at which we recognize the published writers. John Symons...

Daring to Live, And Daring to Leave the USA

“We are all guilty of a crime, the great crime of not living life to the full. But we are all potentially free. We can stop thinking of what...