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George Street Playhouse Review: ‘Murder for Two’

Joe Kinosian is a master of timing and assurance. These talents, evident even when Kinosian breaks character and the fourth wall to sternly chide someone for harboring a ringing...

Mill Hill Playhouse Review: ‘Song for the Disappeared’

For its first production of its 30th anniversary season, Trenton’s Passage Theater is presenting the world premiere of a fine new play — one that combines humor with a...

On the Move

#b#Nurse Re-Uses Flu Shot Syringe at Clinic#/b#A nurse at a flu shot clinic at Otsuka Pharmaceuticals, based at University Square at Route 1 and Alexander Road, allegedly used the...

Trenton Digital Initiative Seeks to Provide More Computers to Trenton

Three years after its foundation, the Trenton Digital Initiative (TDI) is still going strong, and is looking to recruit more volunteers and to raise more funds to bring computing...

No Jackpot (Yet) on Lottery Privatization

New Jersey lawmakers are scratching their heads over how the state lottery system, privatized in 2012, could report record sales in the 2015 fiscal year, yet fall short of...

IXP Privatizing Emergency Dispatch

When you call 911, who picks up? In most places, it’s an emergency communications center operated by people who work for a local government. But in Lawrence Township, New...

Stringzville Brings Acoustic Jazz to Hopewell Train Station

Bo knows the “mando.” That is, Hopewell resident Bo Child knows the mandolin quite well, thanks to decades of playing “the world’s biggest little instrument,” as he likes to...

Guild for Early Music Celebrates with Festival at GFS

The Guild for Early Music unleashes 14 different musical ensembles at Grounds For Sculpture, the sculpture park in Hamilton, for its 2015 festival. Titled “Ebb and Flow,” the marathon...

Launch Party at Labyrinth for McVay Memoir

To some people around town, Scott McVay is the former Princeton University administrator who was in the room — probably literally — in 1969 when the university made its...

New ‘Drop In’ Music Series Debuts in Princeton

Princeton University Concerts’ new series, “PUC125 — Performances Up Close,” debuts Sunday, October 11, with presentations of “Songs of the Sybil” on the stage of Richardson Auditorium at 2...