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Terhune Orchards’ Annual Blueberry Bash

Blueberries are New Jersey’s official state fruit. Every year Terhune Orchards kicks off summer with the Blueberry Bash. On Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9, from 10 a.m....

Opportunities

AuditionPierrot Productions is hosting auditions for its November production of “Dogfight” on Wednesday, July 26, from 7 to 10 p.m. and Sunday, July 30, from noon to 5 p.m....

Opera Boot Camp Hits High Notes for Artists and Audiences

George Ross Somerville, who has sung with the Metropolitan Opera, Opera Philadelphia, and some of the most exciting regional opera companies in the country, credits the Westminster CoOPERAtive Program...

On the Move

Route 206 will be closed in both directions south of Princeton beginning Wednesday, July 5, through December, for bridge repairs. The Department of Transportation said it plans to repair...

Lights, Camera, Medicine: MJH Builds TV Studio for Docs

‘This isn’t my father’s business,” says Michael J. Hennessy, a second-generation medical publisher.It certainly isn’t. For one thing, Jack Hennessy Sr.’s business never had its own television studio. The...

Princeton Yoga Therapy: Andrea Sacchetti

Yoga Therapy sessions, classes and Teacher Training focus on needs of individualYou’ve heard the cliche, “No pain. No gain.” But that’s one expression you won’t hear out of yoga...

On the Move

#b#Management Moves#/b#CytoSorbents Inc. (CTSO), 7 Deer Park Drive, Suite K, Monmouth Junction 08852. 732-329-8885. Phillip Chan, CEO. www.cytosorbents.com. The medical device company, which makes a blood purification machine, has...

BMS Finds the Formula for an Open Office That Works

The open office concept is trendy, but sometimes the reality of it doesn’t live up to the expectations of a creative, free-flowing workplace. Open offices trade privacy for ease...

NJDOT Has New Plan for Route 1

NJDOT has a new plan to fix the intersection of Route 1 and Washington Road, where the rush hour traffic is bumper-to-bumper in all directions. In a more immediate...

Coalition to Save Westminster Choir College Hires Afran

The Coalition to Save Westminster Choir College has hired crusading attorney Bruce Afran to help them prevent the sale of their school. Rider University, which has owned the college...