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Dine for DisasterOn Wednesday, October 25, Witherspoon Grill, Blue Point Grill, and Nassau Street Seafood in Princeton will be offering fixed price menus or special meals to benefit organizations...

Residential Real Estate: Houses For Sale

The listings below are based on information submitted by central New Jersey real estate brokers. Prices are subject to change. Over $1 MillionBuckingham, PA5441 Carversville Road. Lot size: 11.72...

Historic Districts: A Place to Live & Money in the Bank

Savvy homeowners often renovate their homes to make them more appealing and increase their value. But there’s one quality that no contractor can install: a historic background. A...

Management Moves and Fast Lane Notes

Management MovesStark & Stark, 993 Lenox Drive, Building Two, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-896-9060. Michael G. Donahue III, co-managing shareholders. www.stark-stark.com. The law firm has added attorneys Sherri Warfel, a shareholder,...

Meditation Boosts Your Brain? Maybe Not – The Jury Is Still Out

The practice of “mindfulness” is sold by business gurus as a way to focus, relax, and gain mental clarity. In fact, according to an IBISWorld study, the mindfulness business...

Home Hardware Designs: ‘Jewelry for Your Home’

Jay Jones sells high-end hardware and plumbing for homes or well-appointed businesses. His store, Home Hardware Designs at the Glen Roc Plaza in Ewing, sells faucets, sinks, bathtubs, toilets,...

A Musical Chamber of Film Horrors Arrives at the Princeton Garden Theater

With the looming inevitability of Halloween, the Princeton Garden Theater gets into the restless spirit of things with screenings of two horror classics accompanied by live music. “The Phantom...

Review: Capital Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey

When the Capital Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey is at “full throttle,” its power and resonant sound rival that of its big city brethren to the north and south....

It’s All Performance for Blues Singer McDonough

Peter McDonough Jr. is known to many as Rutgers University’s vice president of external affairs. To others he is former Gov. Christie Whitman’s communications director. Then there is that...

Review: George Street Playhouse’s ‘I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change’

It has been a full generation since the musical revue “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” first emerged and enjoyed a 12-year run off-Broadway beginning in 1996. The...