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New Jersey Film Festival Is Ready to Roll

The New Jersey Film Festival is returning to the Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick with its usual schedule. And since that means an ambitious roster of New Jersey-made...

Major Digital Release of Works by Photographer Minor White

In 1991, when Princeton University Art Museum exhibited “Minor White: The Eye That Shapes,” I attended a gallery talk given by Peter C. Bunnell, former curator of photography and...

‘Newtown’ Comes to Princeton

Three years ago, Kim Snyder traveled to Newton, Connecticut to better understand the impact of a mass shooting on a small town. Now, she’s coming to Princeton to inform...

How to Avoid Out-of-Network Charges

Sorry, you can’t.One of the many reforms brought about by the Affordable Care Act was a cap on out-of-pocket charges to healthcare customers. This provision was meant to do...

Changing the Model of Effective Teams

If there is one thing consistent in business it’s change. Columbia Business School professor Rita Gunther McGrath believes that rule applies to large, venerable, and outwardly stable-appearing corporations...

Checking Our Biases

For the past three weeks I have been sharing accounts of various proposals for civic action in reaction to last November’s presidential election. The premise of the columns was...

Klezmer Clarinetist Brings His Sound World to PSO

There is a treasured story about young Johann Sebastian Bach being such a devotee of composer and organist Dietrich Buxtehude that he walked some 250 miles from Arnstadt to...

Cultivating a Strong Donor Base

For Sandra Toussaint-Burgher, cultivating a strong donor base is a bit like dating. Ideally, on the first date, you discover what you like about each other. During the following...

To the Editor

#b#WCC without Princeton Won’t Be the Same#/b#I was never a student or teacher at Westminster Choir College, but over the years I have attended many a concert there and,...

McCarter Review: ‘Hamlet’ and ‘Saint Joan’

‘You get a medal for bravery,” the usher says to me as I separate my two pair of tickets to a Saturday double header of a matinee of William...

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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.