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Musicians Provide Soundtrack to Artists in Action

It is difficult to say who might have more passion for their vintage objects of affection: car enthusiasts or keyboard/synthesizer devotees. Both groups are fanatical and tend to collect...

Lace Silhouettes Lingerie: Finding the Perfect Fit

When a woman enters Lace Silhouettes Lingerie, she’s not just a shopper, she's a guest. Customer service has been at the forefront of the store’s philosophy since Karen Thompson...

Russian Export: Tech Innovators

While the world of high tech took notice of Facebook’s recent multi-billion-dollar acquisition of WhatsApp, a smaller portion of that technology community took a special interest. For Russian Jews...

Enter the Matrix in Robbinsville

Who could have predicted that Robbinsville, a once sleepy farming community on the outskirts of the Route 1 corridor, would become one of the hottest locations for warehouse distribution...

School Gallery Curators Unite for Chapin Exhibit

After eight years as curator of the Gallery at Chapin School, Dallas Piotrowski has decided to retire and return to painting full time. Before doing so, her swan song...

An Inconvenient Child

Michael Graziano and his wife, Sabine Kastner, are both professors at Princeton University with seemingly esoteric subjects of academic interest. Both enjoyed what Graziano describes as “entirely normal” childhoods....

Currier Explores the Music of ‘Deep Sky Objects’

Institute for Advanced Study artist-in-residence Sebastian Currier makes a creative appearance with the regional premiere of his “Deep-Sky Objects” — a work that uses Los Angeles-based writer Sarah Manguso’s...

Ready, Set, Hack

If you had 40 hours, were plied with food, and told to let your imagination run away with you, do you think you could come up with something awesome?...

To the Editor

#b#Library In Action#/b#The Mary Jacobs Memorial Library is the cornerstone of our community. And the Mary Jacobs Memorial Library Foundation keeps this cornerstone updated, safe, clean, and functioning for...

My School Story

If you have had a chance to read this week’s cover story you may wonder how we could print such a lengthy first-person account without providing a single word...

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.