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Film Fest Underway at Rutgers

The New Jersey Film Festival returns with its annual winter series running weekends from Saturday, January 30, through Friday, March 4. The series features mainly independent films by international...

Director Latarro Arrives With ‘Taste of Things to Come’

Baking contests will dominate Lorin Latarro’s time this winter. And she won’t go near an oven. At least not one she’ll be preheating and loading with cakes and pies....

Opportunities

Donate PleasePEAC Health & Fitness will collect gently used clothing to benefit the Rescue Mission of Trenton from February 2 to 29. The non-profit organization shelters an average of...

Why Businesses Should Choose NJ

You know that New Jersey is doing its job of attracting businesses when Junior’s, the fabled cheesecake makers of New York, decides to uproot its Brooklyn-based baking operation, where...

Where School’s Out, But Learning’s In

‘People like to learn. And it can be an exciting experience,” says Joel Hammon, co-founder and director of Princeton Learning Cooperative, a center that helps teenagers live and learn...

New Rules for Journalism

January 27, 2016: Well into the second half of the second decade of the new millennium. Maybe — with apologies to the political satirist and television host Bill Maher...

‘An Artist’s Vision’ Comes to Rider

‘An Artist’s Vision — 2000 to 2015” opens Thursday, January 28, with a reception.The artist is Scott Noel, a Philadelphia-based painter who is included in numerous private, public, and...

Business as Warfare By Other Means

Mike Agugliaro, “Business Warrior,” likes to deliver lectures with a replica helmet from the movie Gladiator on a desk behind him. But to Agugliaro — motivational speaker, martial artist,...

To the Editor

#b#Opera Open to All#/b#We are all grateful to U.S. 1 and Elaine Strauss for reaching out to us and helping to support our organization and the opera community in...

Play Moves News From Headlines to Stage Lights

‘Hoodwinked” — McCarter Theater artistic director and celebrated American playwright Emily Mann’s documentary-style exploration of the 2009 Fort Hood army base shootings and Islamist extremism — is set for...

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An Exhibit Says ‘Look at us. See us. Listen to us. Hear us.’

Mary Hamill’s ‘regardisregard’ exhibit is on view at the Hunterdon Art Museum through September 2. The motivation for the project is reflected in its title.