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When Mom Dies, and the Family Home Is a Museum

The African tortoise is a Princeton legend. Known as George, the 200-year-old reptile — said to have been a part of Queen Victoria’s court — has amused visitors to...

Christian School Moves To JCC Site

A private Christian school is taking up residence at the building that was supposed to be the Princeton Mercer Bucks Jewish Community Center.The Clarksville Road campus, an 81,000-square-foot multipurpose...

Photographers the Focus of Chauncey Exhibit

For the first time in its 13-year history the Hopewell-based Gallery 14 has created an exhibition outside of its home.Gallery 14 is a co-operative gallery made up of 11...

Helping the Staff Strike a Balance

The idea of work/life balance is being adopted by businesses across the country. Workers today want a voice in what the company does and how it interacts with the...

Pay to Play Fair

As a business owner, you might take for granted that you can support and donate money to any political candidate you wish. But not everyone in business has that...

Opportunities

ArtCommunity Supported Art, a new organization founded by Lauren Otis and Andrew Wilkinson, benefits emerging artists find an audience. Shares are $350 and entitle the purchaser to eight pieces...

On the Move

#b#Frontier Expands#/b#Frontier Airlines will soon expand its flights out of Trenton-Mercer Airport to reach Milwaukee, Minneapolis, and St. Louis, with introductory fares for the new routes starting at $55.When...

How to Get Your Book Into Readers’ Hands

The daughter of an English teacher in Miami, Florida, Karen Hodges Miller, publisher and CEO of Open Door Publications, recalls two highlights of her childhood: “The big events in...

Corrections & Congrats

As we’ve said before in this space, nobody in our business likes to make mistakes. But it happens, and we aren’t alone: Check out the corrections page in the...

To Drive or to Walk?

Way back in 2004 in this space, I went off on a little riff about the power of sight compared to the power of hearing, and if you were...

Trending Stories

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.