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Review: ‘Misalliance’

The capacity opening night audience at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey responded with an enthusiasm to George Bernard Shaw’s “Misalliance” that was not only well deserved but almost...

Academe Must Meet the Demands of Industry

Higher education constantly must evolve in order to meet not just the demands of students but also those of business and industry. Long gone are the days when programs,...

Fresh Spirits Brew in the Hopewell Countryside

What’s the difference between Hopewell, Princeton, and Pennington?”It was 1984 and the recent Manhattan refugee required reassurance that his choice to reside in Hopewell Borough had been correct, so...

Retirement Advisers Need Oversight

In the hospital waiting room, we have peace of mind in the knowledge that doctors must recommend what they think is best for us. If a doctor thinks surgery...

Search Engine Optimization Made Simple

Every business that wants to attract customers from street traffic makes sure to have a highly visible facade and signage. The same is true for companies that want to...

The Writers Make U.S. 1’s Summer Fiction "Great Again"

We had a great, great — emphasize great — turnout at last week’s Summer Fiction reception. Great not just in terms of numbers (100 or so) but also great...

Review: ‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’

Either actress Becca Ayers is quick as an ad libber, or she had a sharp advance scout feeding her lines, because some unscripted parts of “The 25th Annual Putnam...

For Job Seekers, Getting a Foot in the Door

The next time you send out a resume, you may want to consider sending it along with a bunch of bananas. “Someone once sent me a box of bananas...

Yes to History and Civics in School

Educating future generations of American students in American history and civics is a fundamental requirement for living in the United States. Any person who has run for elected office...

A Nearby Trip That Offers a Vermont Vibe

The Hopewell Museum (see story, page 26) is just one stop in the small town that can make a big impression, one that supports the 2007 New York Times...

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