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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...

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...

Opportunities

AuditionThe Downtown Performing Arts Center is holding auditions for “A Chorus Line” on Saturday, February 11, at their studio, 54 Mount Airy Village Road, Lambertville. Children ages 13 to...

On the Move

#b#Expansions#/b#MJH Associates, 2 Clarke Drive, Cranbury 08512.609-716-7777. Michael Hennessy, CEO. www.mdnetguide.com.MJH Associates, the healthcare communications firm that publishes magazines such as MD Magazine, the Pharmacy Times, CURE Magazine, and...

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...

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...

Mapping the Path of Driverless Cars

Every major car company is working on self-driving technology for cars, and driverless cars seem to be the inevitable future of automotive technology. One of the pioneers of the...

Bad Background? Then Clean the Slate

If you have ever rightfully or wrongfully been accused of a crime, you may have been surprised to learn how hard it is to clear your name. Even if...

New Water Regulations Are a Good Start

Water, water, everywhere, but what to do with it? It’s not an easy question, actually. You would think that a good, soaking rain would be the ideal way for...