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From the Cubicle to a New Way of Work (WoW!)

It’s hard to escape the conclusion that most workplaces have not caught up with the technology inside them. Mobile computing and teleconferencing allows knowledge workers to be productive, collaborate...

Photographer Wendel A. White Finds Beauty in a Haunted Past

Entering the Wendel White exhibit at the New Jersey State Museum, one gets a sensation similar to that when visiting the Holocaust Museum. Here are the artifacts, in a...

Ian Caldwell’s Novel Leads Right Back to Princeton’s St. Paul Church

Good books often take you places you never imagined you would visit.Thanks to a last-minute invitation to join a small alumni group the other day, I was transported from...

Parallel Lines and Sculptures Come Together at MOVIS Artist Collective

A line is a line is a line. But when the line takes a different course, or interacts with other lines, it gets interesting.The sculpture of Jim Perry is...

NJ Capital Philharmonic Closes Season with Flamenco and George Antheil

The New Jersey Capital Philharmonic closes its season on Saturday, May 9, with the concert “Espana.”While the event’s theme evokes the spirit of Spain — with an actual Spanish...

On the Move

Bill Baroni, a former politician who ended up in a Carnegie Center law firm after he got caught up in the “Bridgegate” scandal at the Port Authority of New...

Gouged by Princeton Junction Parking

In response to the letter from Sue Parcheggio of Princeton in the April 29 edition:West Windsor Parking Authority should be ashamed of themselves. I too had a similar situation,...

Writing as Compulsion for ‘Five Mile Lake’ Playwright Rachel Bonds

Rachel Bonds likes deadlines.The prolific playwright whose 2014 opus, “Five Mile Lake,” is at Princeton’s McCarter Theater through Sunday, May 31, honed her craft and gained welcome artistic discipline...

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Springdale’s New Lease on Golf

Kevin Tylus, Erin Hamrick, and Will Green bring Princeton’s oldest golf club back to its glory days.