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Princeton SCORE Names New Chairman

A long-time defense industry engineer and executive has taken the helm at Princeton SCORE, a business group that provides education and mentoring to entrepreneurs of all stripes. Amulya Garga...

Deaths

Fred Abbate, on August 11. He was the former CEO of the New Jersey Utilities Association and a member of the board of Thomas Edison State University for 37...

Boring Subjects Come Alive with Virtual Reality

In a textbook, the nucleus of a cell appears as a sphere, usually with a cutaway view to reveal the structures within so biology students can learn their form...

Jewish Education Connection: A Diverse Learning Experience

Today’s Jewish family is anything but traditional. More and more single parents are raising children. LGBTQ families are common. Interfaith marriage is no longer surprising. As times change, so...

Lice Lifters: Effective Lice Removal for the Whole Family

There is one four letter word that parents dread more than any other: l-i-c-e. They are one of society’s remaining taboo subjects, a topic full of misinformation that can...

Kelsey Theatre: The Next Generation of Broadway Stars

Where do you find the next generation of Broadway stars? Right here at the Kelsey Theatre, Mercer County Community College, West Windsor. Many actors from their resident companies and...

Boys & Girls Club: Beginning Its Third Year in Ewing and Lawrence

Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County has just released its newest fall and winter offerings at its Spruce Street Community Center at 1040 Spruce Street in Lawrence Township....

Bucks Playhouse Review: ‘Other Desert Cities’

The ending of Jon Robin Baitz’s otherwise well-crafted “Other Desert Cities” has always disappointed me. It comes out of nowhere and seems like a convenient, almost desperate, balm to...

Opportunities

AuditionThe Sharim v’Sharot choir will hold auditions for all voice parts throughout August and September. The choir performs in various locations throughout Central Jersey and the Delaware Valley with...

American Boychoir School to Close

Music education is facing hard times: as Rider University negotiates the sale of Westminster Choir College, another famed Princeton-area institution, the American Boychoir School, is closing down for good....