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How Artful ‘Asks’ Get Good Answers

Possibilities for negotiations come up every day in a typical work environment, but often the idea of negotiating does not come to mind when your boss makes a quick...

Review: ‘The Gin Game’

"The Gin Game,” a two-character play by D.L. Coburn that was first performed in 1976 and went on to a 15-month run on Broadway, is the Off-Broadstreet Theater’s current...

Opportunities

HealthNami New Jersey seeks volunteers for a genetics study related to schizophrenia and related disorders. The study is designed to help determine the specific genetic variables responsible for these...

An Artist and a Love Letter to Her Daughter

Joy Barth says she’s addicted to anything that has to do with water: rain, sailing, sailing in the rain.Since 1980 she has sailed all over the country and even...

Hospital’s Art Gallery Curator Takes a Healthy Risk

Sheila Geisler does not draw, paint, take photos, use clay or aerosol, or do anything to make art, but the curator of the exhibition “Subway to Gallery: The Street...

To the Editor

#b#Care for Caregivers#/b#For the past year, I have been helping my mother take care of my grandmother. My tasks include driving her to physical therapy four days a week,...

Halloween Spirits Converge to Possess Bordentown Street

Bordentown’s Thompson Street is a bit like Brigadoon, the mythical place that arises only one day every century, then disappears back into the mists. Except that the block of...

Learning How to do E-Learning

‘For the most part, what you know about your job, you didn’t learn from a classroom, or from any formal, structured training course. You learned from trial and error,...

Rutgers (?!) in the Big 10

A lot was made of Rutgers’ move to the Big Ten this year. Will Rutgers be better or worse in the Big Ten? It’s October 20 and the Rutgers...

Lace Silhouettes Lingerie: What Real Women Want

Karen Thompson, founder of Lace Silhouettes Lingerie, believes that every woman should be able to find the “perfect” bra. You know you’ve found the “perfect” bra when you rip...

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.