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Tower Dogs: Hot Dogs Gone Gourmet

Turns out, the humble hot dog is no such thing. Not for Tower Dogs, anyway. Chef Jim Forkel goes out of his way to make sure that when you...

How to Break Into Global Trade

‘There’s a market out there, outside the borders of the U.S.,” says Karriem Beyah, president of iGlobalTrade LLC. In 2015 New Jersey exported $32 billion in goods, and America...

Oscar Action from Central NJ

#b#Hidden Figures’ Hidden Princeton Backstory#/b#Editor’s Note: With a record-tying 14 nominations — and a director, Damien Chazelle, who grew up in Princeton — “La La Land” is the film...

Tell Customers What You Know, Not What You Are Selling

It was around 2012, when businesses were starting to recover from the great recession, that sales coach Bill Walton hit upon a realization: it was no longer any good...

Today’s Route 1: Asset or Dinosaur?

As the U.S. economy has recovered from the Great Recession, New Jersey has struggled to keep pace. Since 2010, the overall economy has grown 13.2 percent while the state...

Stuart Country Day School: New Choices and Old Favorites for All Ages

Stuart will really be hopping this summer with a full program of new and exciting summer camps to complement our returning favorites. Boys and girls, toddlers to teens, can...

Miss Pumpkin’s Mardi Gras Fest Is a Real Drag

When television star Mary Tyler Moore died in January, New Hope drag legend Miss Pumpkin — known without beads and bangles as Michael Gardner — began knitting a hat...

Women Business Owners Eye Trump Presidency

It’s hard to get away from politics these days. Even business groups like the National Association of Women Business Owners has its eye on the White House and its...

To the Editor: Cheese & Black History

There is an update, a correction, and some reader reaction to Michele Alperin’s February 15 cover story about Muuna, the company that is trying to revive the cottage cheese...

Twyla Tharp Dance Company Celebrates 50 Years of Courage

Twyla Tharp wants to talk about George Washington: “There are three qualities of character that I read in George Washington’s farewell speech as he stepped down from the presidency:...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.