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Jammer Doors: Family Owned and Operated Since 1920

Pumpkins, hayrides, and campfires; just a few things that come to mind when we think of the beautiful fall season. But one thing many people forget about with the...

Dragonfly Farms: Where Beauty Begins

Ten years ago Patrick and Judy Lapide moved to Hamilton in search of a quieter lifestyle. They discovered Makrancy’s, an abandoned garden center on Kuser Road. Patrick, who grew...

Regent Floor: Covering More Than Floors

Regent Floor Covering may be one of the area’s oldest family businesses, but it has stayed current with the times and expanded to help customers with every interior area...

McCarter Review: ‘Comedy of Tenors’

Considering how few contemporary practitioners there are of dramatic farce (not an oxymoron), Ken Ludwig deserves our praise not only because his plays are carrying on the age-old tradition...

A.D.Ornamentals: Unique Fabric Accessories

Suspendable fabric art takes the eye around a room like a painter creates a canvas. DECORnaments, and BENDT brand RibbonART are a totally new accessory, created by A.D.Ornamentals of...

Sophia Rose Designs: Interior Design for All

From selecting the right area rugs to a full room redux, Sophia Rose Designs is there for its clients regardless of budget. Yes, that’s right: Sophia Rose Designs’ creativity...

ExpertPlan Acquired, Moves to Cranbury

Ascensus, a financial planning firm specializing in retirement plans, is leaving its Millstone office for a new location on Route 130. The online finance company was known as ExpertPlan...

Mission Accomplished! Help Your Child Learn

Through MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!, Dana Liebmann, Ed. D., an educational consultant who has been an integral part of both public and private schools in Princeton for more than 30...

Opportunities

AuditionsKelsey Players has auditions for “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” on Sunday, November 1, from 1 to 4 p.m.; and Monday, November 2, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The...

Culture of Health Invites Proposals

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is looking for ways to spend $200,000 in grants over the next four years aimed at expanding its program called “Building a Culture of...