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Living in Trump World: Will the U.S. Still Lead in Climate Change Issues?

Climate Central, the Palmer Square-based, independent group of scientists and journalists dedicated to reporting the facts about global warming, has been closely monitoring the Trump transition for hints of...

Living in Trump World: Fighting at the Congressional Level

When President Obama leaves office on January 20 he already has one task on his to-do list: Work with the newly created National Democratic Redistricting Committee to bring legislative...

Rutgers Garden Is Home to Another Kind of Scarlet

Now that he’s finished researching and leading the effort to label hundreds of holly plants, Clayton Leadbetter loves to walk around the Rutgers Gardens grounds in New Brunswick to...

Bedlam Theatre Shakes Things Up at McCarter

Eric Tucker has a close relationship with imagination — by instinct and necessity. It’s something he and his innovative theater company will demonstrate when they arrive at McCarter Theater...

Recreating the (Real) Battle of Princeton

A range of events marks the 239th anniversary of the Battle of Princeton. Author Event: Retreat Through the Jerseys. Local historian Larry Kidder, author of ‘A People Harassed and...

Opportunities

AuditionThe Roxey Ballet Company will hold auditions for Classic Stories featuring “Cinderella” at Roxey Ballet’s Canal Studios, 243 North Union Street, Lambertville, on Saturday, January 14. Artists ages 4...

Creating and Maintaining Your Competitive Edge

The beginning of a New Year is a great time to take stock of how “future-proof” our personal situations are, in terms of work. As the competitive advantages of...