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In Her Own Words: A Life Filled with the Joy of Art

Editor’s Note:Princeton-based artist Marie Sturken — whose solo exhibition, “Joy of Ink and Fiber,” is currently on view at the Rider University Art Gallery — becomes a central part...

Taking the Blindfold Off With Google Analytics

Suppose you own a store. Customers are coming in, browsing the merchandise, and buying things, only you can’t see any of it because you are wearing a blindfold. You...

Planning a Drug Trial? First You Need a Review

It’s rare that a company comes out of nowhere to dominate an established industry, but WIRB Copernicus Group, a company with a 30-person headquarters in Carnegie Center, has done...

Meet the Maven of Happiness

What’s the secret to learning new skills? Gretchen Rubin will tell you that it has to do with being persistent, but just as importantly, knowing when to give something...

Deadlines: In Basketball, As In Life

We all work on deadlines. Whether you’re a student working on homework, an office worker constructing a spreadsheet for his boss, a musician learning music for a show, or...

Matisa & Karly: Soul Mates and Music Makers

Exactly whose song is “Hallelujah”? It was written by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen but has been covered so many times it might be hard to pick a definitive version....

Matisa & Karly: Soul Mates and Music Makers

Exactly whose song is “Hallelujah”? It was written by Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen but has been covered so many times it might be hard to pick a definitive version....

The Wisdom of Crowdfunding

"Crowdfunding” may be a new buzzword, but it’s really not all that complicated. “All crowdfunding is just the Internet coming to the capital formation industry,” says Markley S. Roderick,...

‘Relaxed Performance’ at McCarter

McCarter Theater was delighted to present a “relaxed performance” of Ken Ludwig’s “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” on March 18 to an audience of 427 guests. A relaxed performance...

On a Roll: Jae Ko Unwinds Shiro at Grounds For Sculpture

It’s the middle of February, and white is everywhere. Snow blankets the landscape, and inside Grounds For Sculpture’s East Gallery, porpoise-like shapes of paper are unspooling in preparation for...

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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.