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Ridolfi & Associates

The second quarter of 2015 continues to show positive trends in the commercial real estate market in New Jersey. Most year over-year trends indicate continued gains over last year....

Bonanni Realtors

A half-century in commercial real estate has made Bonanni Realtors the area’s expert since 1956. At Bonanni Realtors, they work with companies and individuals on strategic planning, site selection...

Van Note-Harvey Associates

Van Note-Harvey Associates, a long-time Princeton-based full service consulting engineering, environmental, planning, and land surveying organization, has recently relocated their offices to National Business Parks’ 103 College Road East...

Playwright Tanya Saracho Crafts Border-Inspired Dramas

In 1998 young actress Tanya Saracho decided she preferred creating dialogue to interpreting it and considered places she could get started on her ambition to be a playwright and...

Bristol Riverside Review: ‘Bus Stop’

In “Bus Stop,” William Inge takes a cross-section of types and gathers them in a rural Kansas diner that serves travelers needing refreshments or a toilet. While the most...

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...

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...

Copyrights and Company Moves

For decades the copyrighted status of “Happy Birthday to You” was a symbol of the absurdity of intellectual property law. Characters in movies would sing “For He’s a Jolly...

The Genesis of Genesis (the Quarterly Journal)

When Scott McVay was in his junior year at Princeton University in the mid-1950s, a professor assigned Herman Melville’s epic novel, “Moby-Dick,” and told McVay (and probably everyone else...

Richardson Commercial

Richardson Commercial Realtors is pleased to announce the sale of the 10,000± square foot building at 300 Stokes Avenue. The bank-owned property was formerly Forchi Restaurant Supply.Listing agent Christopher...