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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,...

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,...

University Hires ‘Executive in Residence’

There’s a new man at Princeton who can help get great ideas from the laboratory to the marketplace: Brad Middlekauff, a biotech executive, is the first ever “Executive in...

No Bahamas Flights From Trenton

Frontier Airlines has canceled plans to offer service to the Bahamas from Trenton-Mercer Airport. The flights were announced in August and were to begin on November 20. The Bahamas...

On the Move

#b#New in Town#/b#Quantum Enterprises, 666 Plainsboro Road, Suite 1385, Plainsboro 08536; 609-454-5635; fax, 609-454-5633, www.quantument.com.Quantum Enterprises, an India-based consulting company providing IT services for pharmaceutical and biotech companies, has...

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...

DG Construction: Forming Long-Term Relationships with Customers

Dean Gallo knows construction. He was a wingman in the business since the age of 13, following his uncles around as they ran their own companies.But Gallo knew that...

Saxophonist Brewing Jazz At Small World Coffee

Like a lot of the young lions in the world of traditional jazz, saxophonist, pianist, composer, and band leader — and now host of a jazz radio program on...

Trenton-Based Poet Evokes the Blues at Dodge Festival

Contemporary American poet Yusef Komunyakaa begins his 2005 poem “No-Good Blues” in a revealing way: “I try to hide in Proust/Mallarme, & Camus, but the no-good blues come looking...