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New Conductor Launches New Era for NJSO

Xian Zhang, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s new artistic chief, confronts the usual conundrums when a family must move because a parent takes on a new job: Find a new...

Social Media for Small Businesses

In an age of growing reliance on the internet, businesses are expected to maintain a strong online presence. Customers rely on most businesses to be online so they can...

Music Review: Capital Philharmonic

A big orchestra with a big, lush sound, the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey, led by music director Daniel Spalding, opened its 2016-’17 season October 22 at the Patriots...

Opportunity NJ For Business Growth

Earlier this month, the New Jersey state legislature approved a 23-cent-per-gallon hike in the gas tax to fund the state’s transportation fund. The tax hike for motorists came along...

Cracking the Sexism Code

Reshma Saujani, a successful New York lawyer and businesswoman, was running for a congressional seat in 2010, and was touring a lot of local schools. She noticed something amiss:...

Windsor Dermatology Hosts Open House

Windsor Dermatology in East Windsor is pleased to welcome Dr. Meghan Feely to its medical team in the field of medical and surgical dermatology with a special interest in...

Citizen-Astronaut’s Quest for Innovation

Innovation tends to be one of those things business movers and shakers put at the fore of public conversation. People who want everyone to know that their fingers are...

Tommy Hilfiger’s Rags to Riches Memoir

Tommy Hilfiger, who got his start in the fashion industry as a teenager selling bell bottoms and peasant blouses in his hometown of Elmira, New York, and parlayed that...

To the Editor

#b#Racial Literacy#/b#Surely Michele Alperin’s superb October 19 cover story on Ruha Benjamin helped to enhance your readers’ awareness of the value of racial literacy. Benjamin’s first lecture drew an...

Inclusive Jewish Film Festival Expands With Princeton Screenings

The first thing that Karen Small, director of the Jewish Film Festival at Rutgers University, wants people to know is that the films featured in this year’s screening schedule...

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