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Honoring Three Centuries of African-American Soldiers

Even if you are a not a military history buff, you might know about the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the all-African-American regiment formed during the Civil War, led by...

Writers Workshop

Author Nicole Loughan doesn’t believe in being shy — at least when it comes to her creative work. As a writer, you need to be your own promoter, she...

Opportunities

AuditionsPlayhouse 22 has auditions for “1776” on Sunday and Monday, March 6 and 7, 6:30 and 8 p.m. Actors will be seen in order of their arrival. To schedule...

The Art of the Pitch

The Art of the PitchIt might sound trite, but it’s nevertheless true that success doesn’t just happen by luck. It takes preparation and practice, and, as Cornelia Huellstrunk has...

Facing a 401k Audit? Get a Sneak Peek

When the Department of Labor wants to audit your business’s retirement plan, it would be helpful if everything was in order. It would also help to know in advance...

Rane’s Dental: Transferring From Another Orthodontist Mid Treatment? Think Again!

by Dr. Anna Morrison, DMD, MS, Orthodontist, Transfer orthodontic patients are a typical part of any active orthodontic practice. Families and individuals move for various reasons such as job...

Artist Lewis’ ‘Sublime Prophetic Task’ Celebrated in Philadelphia

When entering the first area of the exhibition “Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis” at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, just stop and let the eye...

Workplace Stress Is a Women’s Issue

Workplace stress may be more than a mental nuisance — research shows high levels of stress are often linked to physical illnesses, ranging from consistent headaches to long-term disease....

To the Editor

#b#Save the Dinky Reflects on Loss#/b#Save the Dinky Inc. respects the legal process, but we are obviously disappointed by the February 17 court rulings upholding New Jersey Transit’s decisions...

Music & Voice Liven Up Cultural Calendar

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra continues keeping its beat with two upcoming events.First, the PSO Chamber Series’ presents a rescheduled concert featuring music, voice, and poetry. The free event is...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.