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The International Scene: Beyond the Usual

The Route 1 corridor abounds with restaurants that feature international cuisines. There is no dearth of Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Mediterranean, Mexican, and Italian restaurants, for example. (Some might even...

Big Names in Climate & Energy at Rutgers

An upcoming Rutgers symposium will tackle two related topics, energy and climate change, with talks from leading researchers in those fields, including the chair and former chair of the...

Opportunities

Grants AvailableTrenton Historical Society is accepting applications for the eighth annual Restore Trenton! Historic Property Rehabilitation Grant Program. The fund promotes the preservation and restoration of eligible historic properties...

Step-by-Step Guide To a Business Plan

If you’ve ever written a short story, a magazine article, or even an essay, Phil Rhodes’ advice on writing a good business plan won’t come as much of a...

Why You Should Learn Quickbooks

‘Even a child these days needs to know how to use Quickbooks,” said Bala Subramanian, a business consultant. No, he doesn’t have a stake in Intuit, the company that...

Mori Sush:i A Rich Variety of Japanese Cuisine

When you visit Owen and Iris Chen’s newest restaurant at the Village Shoppes in Montgomery, you won’t quite be stepping into the deep woods. But, says Owen, “we hope...

Princeton Future in Review

Late last year a conference was sponsored by Princeton Future purportedly to answer the subject question: “What Kind of Town Do We Want to Become?” As at a similar...

A Place to Link Founders With Potential Funders

Startup companies hustling for cash often look for help from investors to give them the boost they need to get off the ground. Meet-and-greet events provide a great way...

To the Editor: Earth Day Progress

April 22 was the 46th Earth Day. It all began in 1970 when millions of people called for environmental reforms resulting in the introduction of recycling keeping plastics, glass,...

Concert Salutes Musician Who Performs With Words and Wits

Following tradition, the Princeton Music Department mounts a farewell concert in honor of Professor Scott Burnham, who retires at the end of the semester. The customary celebrations mark the...

Trending Stories

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.