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The Art and Science of Speaking

A lot of us float through life in a kind of semi-conscious fog. We’re able to tie our shoes on demand and respond to stock questions like “How’s...

Opportunities

AuditionRoxy Ballet is holding auditions for its 2016-’17 season at its rehearsal studio, 243 North Union Street, Lambertville. Auditions are by appointment only. Dancers should be prepared to take...

Tower Dogs Sees Niche in Gourmet Hot Dogs

Would you pay $8 for a hot dog? Patrick Yuan, owner of the new Tower Dogs restaurant thinks you will once you try the offerings of Tower Dogs, the...

Ayami Aoyama and the Sound of Stone’s Silence

Before Ayami Aoyama carves into massive pieces of rock, she begins by simply listening to what the stone has to tell her. In viewing her work on view at...

Celestial Music Tunes the Air in Princeton

Lisa Lonie unlocks a small wooden door at the base of the Gothic-style tower to reveal a rising circular stairwell. Lonie, 53, is a thin and fit woman in...

From the Editor, To the Editor

With the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, many readers will be looking for day trips, activities, and patriotic goings on to occupy their three- or four-day weekend. On page...

Bucks County Review: ‘The Buddy Holly Story’

Buddy Holly was all about music.Before being killed in a famous airplane crash at age 22 in 1959 (an event immortalized by songwriter Don McLean as “the day the...

Revisiting Revolution’s Crossroads

This July 4 commemorates the birth of our nation 240 years ago, and most folks will celebrate Independence Day with picnics, parades, and fireworks.I recently attended a family memorial...

Are Senior Community Boards Democratic?

by Bill BiegaIn New Jersey there are many gated communities, many open only to residents 55 years old and above. They are of different types, some are operated as...

Princeton University to Graves: No Thanks

Three properties on Patton Avenue belonging to the late architect Michael Graves have been donated to a university, but not the university that seems like the obvious choice, the...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.

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