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In Praise of Humor & Folly

A response to Anita Zinsmeister’s harpooning of humor in Diccon Hyatt’s “High Impact Public Speaking, Inspired by Dale Carnegie” (U.S. 1, May 13).Oh come now, never tell jokes in...

The Happiest Business on Earth: Disney

One of the iconic areas of the Disney World theme park in Orlando, Florida, is Main Street USA, a quaint but fake downtown with a sprawling vista of Cinderella’s...

New Jersey International Film Festival Schedule

May 30: “Soap” — A steamy 15-minute short from England that involves a burglar lured into a bath tub by the owner of a burgled property. With an introduction...

McCaffrey’s: Go Green Without the Price Tag

This August McCaffrey’s Food Markets will celebrate our 23rd year as a member of the Princeton community. Throughout these years, we’ve focused on providing excellent service, superb community relations,...

Here Come the Self-Driving Cars

Do not be alarmed if you see a black Ford Focus sedan driving along Route 1 with no one holding the wheel. It’s not out of control — it’s...

Sex-Ed Advocate Susie Wilson

If you ever drive along the two-lane Route 46 in Warren County, as opposed to Interstate 80, the superhighway that runs parallel to it through the Delaware Water Gap,...

Repurposing the Asphalt Prairie

One of the great things about sprawl is that there are a lot of buildings already in place. We can look at the various ways they affect the communities...

Bravo from McCarter

On May 9 McCarter Theater held its annual gala, and we would like to thank the community for supporting this effort. The funds raised from this spectacular evening will...

For True Patriotism, Think of the Eagles

As Lambertville/New Hope plan for fireworks on July 4, perhaps we need to ask what is more important in making this area a great tourist destination — fireworks like...

Bristol Riverside Review: ‘An Enemy of the People’

The corruption of the simplest matter by partisan politics was as rife in 1882 Norway as it is in America, and throughout the world, today if you use Henrik...

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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.