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A Dutch Writer & New Found Friends

Pia de Jong already had a well established career as a novelist and writer when she moved from Amsterdam to Princeton in the summer of 2012 with her husband,...

Big Time Battery Storage

Princeton Power Systems, the Princeton Pike-based energy management technology company, has an idea for averting power outages: giant batteries.One might think that a building equipped with solar panels would...

Love of Music and History Rules Princeton Baroque Quartet

Le Triomphe de l’Amour, the four-person baroque chamber music group, prides itself on presenting tightly knit programs that amplify their cultural context. Two related programs in 2015 exemplify what...

Meet the People Who Make Money Selling Your Medical Data

You go into a doctor’s office for a checkup or to a hospital to get a bum knee checked out and you are immediately handed a clipboard to fill...

Website or Product?

Of all the arts, perhaps the one most important to business is design: any company bringing a new product to the marketplace will at some point engage in the...

"Whiplash" and the PHS Studio Band

With apologies for writing this column without having seen the movie “Boyhood,” I have to say that if I ever created a film on modern day parenting, one of...

Financial Advice with that Coffee

Edward Jones financial advisor Ty Robinson has come up with an unusual way to promote his business: at a coffee club that meets the first Friday of every month,...

The End of the Human Era? Artificial Intelligence Presentation at TCNJ

The College of New Jersey’s School of Business Center for Innovation and Ethics will host a provocative author speaking on a controversial topic at its inaugural event on Monday,...

Winter Blues: Understanding Weather and Climate

By now most of us at U.S. 1, at least, know enough not to confuse the weather with the climate. But still, faced with an AccuWeather time and temperature...

In Portrait Exhibit, Seeing the Bigger Picture

A portrait show could seem like back to basics, but not in the hands of Maria Evans, artistic director at the Arts Council of Princeton, and 2015 honoree of...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.