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Boheme Opera: Love’s Music from the Opera Stage

Fast becoming a mainstay within the Princeton landscape is Boheme Opera’s annual concert on the stage of historic Richardson Auditorium at Alexander Hall. On Thursday, January 15, at 7:30...

Collecting Out-of-State Judgments in New Jersey

by Bari Gambacorta, Esq.When collecting an out-of-state judgment against a New Jersey resident or a corporation doing business in New Jersey, it is relatively easy to obtain a docketed...

Photography That Bares More Than Meets the Eye

The current photo exhibition at the Wessel + O’Conner Fine Art Gallery in Lambertville provides an opportunity to combine three topics that may have gone unnoticed individually but are...

New Year Hikes For Wage, Mileage Rates

The New Jersey state minimum wage of $8.25 is set to increase along with inflation for the first time ever. The state Department of Labor calculated the new rate,...

Trade Group Survey Sees Sunny 2015

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s 56th annual business outlook survey reports a positive outlook for the state’s economy in 2015. However, the survey also reveals cautious optimism...

My Christmas Reading List

For reasons that are probably mere coincidence and not a result of my being an especially good boy over the past year, Santa was exceptionally good to me this...

Orchestra Festival Mixes Music With Shakespeare

Jacques Lacombe, artistic director of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, turns to playwright William Shakespeare for the orchestra’s 2015 three-concert Winter Festival — one that begins Saturday, January 10,...

How to Secure Your Wireless Network

Nearly everyone these days has more than one wireless device connected to a home network — a laptop computer, iPad, and possibly a Chromecast for the television. Most products...

To the Editor

#b#Support Free Speech#/b#Sony Pictures opened the controversial comedy “The Interview” on 200 to 300 independent screens on Christmas Day. This came after an open letter to Sony from Art...

Photographer Creates Realities for ‘Story Time’ Exhibition

While photography has been connected to evidence and truth, practitioners have always manipulated images to create reality. And in the 1950s American photographer Jerry Uelsmann furthered the effort by...

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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.