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Oyster Bowl Celebrates 16 Years of Supporting the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Mark your calendars for New Jersey’s annual oyster eating contest. Oyster Bowl XVI will be held at Blue Point Grill on Nassau Street, Princeton on Saturday, February 1, from...

Eden Autism Services’ Gala: A Ruby in Winter — Reflections of a Rich Life

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, Eden Autism Services embraced a ruby theme for its annual gala, “A Ruby in Winter — Reflections of a Rich Life.” The luxuries were more...

Passage Theater Review: ‘The Gun Show’

E.M. Lewis tells a personal story in “The Gun Show.” Five personal stories, actually.All of them give the Passage Theater audience something separate to think about in terms of...

Charting the Paths to Employee Fraud

The potential for fraud is an unfortunate fact of business life. Employee fraud can be particularly damaging as it is an act of deceit committed by a trusted worker...

Volunteering For Success

Becoming a leader in your field is more than being an expert in your line of work, says Jim Zullo, executive director of Elijah’s Promise, a New Brunswick-based community...

Important World News: Deflate-Gate

If the flight that I am about to board happens to go down, then let the record show that I went to my final rest puzzling over the ultimate...

‘Sizwe Banzi’ Director Gives Voice to Play and History

During its initial run, “Sizwe Banzi is Dead” was performed without a script.It had to be, co-author, John Kani says, because the written word was the corroborating evidence South...

New Jersey’s Top Business Booster

‘Brownie,” says the Governor, “you go fix the gas problem —get the pumps flowing this state.” Michele Brown, at the time a two-week veteran as CEO of New Jersey’s...

Let It Snow

The winter storm that slammed the Princeton area on Monday and Tuesday will undoubtedly cause many scheduled events to be canceled or postponed. Please check our listings at www.princetoninfo.com...

Capturing Beauty Both Frozen and Blooming

There is a certain irony to speaking with photographer Mary Allessio Leck on one of the coldest days yet in the winter of 2015. For one thing, she grew...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.