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Moments of Silence

Did you know that an average reader can process about 20 words in four seconds (as you are doing now)?That’s the number of words in the sentence immediately above...

Off-Broadstreet Review: ‘Sherlock’s Veiled Secret’

‘Sherlock’s Veiled Secret” is the kind of play Off-Broadstreet Theater takes genuine delight in staging for its loyal and receptive audience: a British work, with a relatively unknown author,...

No Hand Clapping

Justin’s first mistake was to barge into the room instead of slithering in quietly. (Chronic lateness was one of many Bod­hisattva vows at which he was failing.) As he...

Paging Dr. Privacy

This is the story of how your pacemaker could level an entire hospital system and lead to the deaths of thousands.Was that too melodramatic? All right, well, how ridiculous...

Ivy Inn Anniversary Gets the Papa Delux Treatment

A decision to become a singer can be a particularly treacherous career path, especially if one wants to sing jazz. But in Tony Stacey’s case, he has enjoyed a...

Rocky Hill

To the tune of Rocky TopWish that I was in ole Rocky Hill,Down on the D&R Canal,Ain’t no polluters on the towpathAin’t nothing bad about thatOnce I rode a...

Opportunities

AuditionThree theater companies are holding open auditions in August at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theater, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor.Auditions for the Pennington Players production of “In...

The Rise of Latino-Owned Businesses

Latinos make up a growing proportion of Trenton’s population, so it’s no wonder that Latino-owned businesses have been on the rise, contributing to economic development and revitalization in the...

Additions and Deletions

Now is the time to strike one event from your calendar and add another. The event to strike is on Wednesday, August 3, when you would normally expect U.S....

Biopharma Leads Real Estate Growth

Commercial real estate broker Jerry Fennelly has released his second-quarter report on the Princeton-area market, and he believes that the biopharma R&D sector — long the heart of the...

Trending Stories

Former Trenton Planner Alan Mallach’s New Book, ‘The Divided City’

In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.