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Mural Arts Trolley Tours Offer Up Philly’s Colors, Form, and Inspiration

The City of Philadelphia has come a long way since the 1960s, when filmmaker — and past Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA) student and recent exhibitor at its...

Lawrence Husband-Wife Jazz Duo Bring Harmony to Area Venues

For Darla and Rich Tarpinian — the Lawrenceville-based husband and wife jazz duo known professionally as Darla Rich — working to perfect their harmony is the key to the...

Lessons From Eastern Europe

Palaces, fortresses, parks, museums, cathedrals, churches, synagogues and mosques in Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, and Hungary created a spicy stew of impressions in my mind during my recent visit...

NeuroDX Making Sure Shunts Work

NeuroDX, a Wall Street medical device company, is marketing a solution to a problem that is little known to most people, but which is all to familiar to the...

Nassau Street-based Rosemark Capital Makes Second Investment

Rosemark Capital, the Nassau Street-based venture capital firm founded by Chris Kuenne, has made its second major investment: a series-B buy into Doctor on Demand, a San Francisco-based company...

Let’s Hear that Story About Fracking Again

If you want to make a point, the communication coaches all seem to agree, you ought to tell a story rather than present a lecture. I have to agree...

Stark & Stark’s Family Law Group

Emancipation Reform Bill Has Passed the New Jersey Senate. On July 23, the New Jersey Senate approved a bill that automatically terminates child support by operation of law, without...

Reducing Waste and Energy in Princeton

The recent launch of the Learning Our ABCs Campaign by the Princeton Merchants Association (PMA), Sustainable Princeton, the municipality, and local merchants is a perfect example of what can...