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Princeton Slavery Project Opens Eyes

Did you know about the slave auction held on the Princeton campus? That a runaway slave working as a janitor was outed by a student who recognized him?...

Inside an Artist’s Garden of Unworldly Delights

On a warm and sunny fall day, visual artist and educator Madelaine Shellaby leads a visitor on a tour of her new home. Since May she and her partner,...

Photographer Kenna’s Rouge in Black and White

Michael Kenna’s photography exhibition “Rouge”— at the Princeton University Art Museum through February 11 — fascinates for social and esthetic reasons.Its subject is the Ford Motor Company plant in...

Biopharm Industry: Looking for a Few Good Women

As the founding president and CEO of BioNJ, Debbie Hart works to ensure that scientific research is supported, new companies are created, and drugs are developed. The impetus behind...

Opportunities

AuditionMaurer Productions OnStage is holding auditions for its March production of “Fiddler on the Roof” at Kelsey Theater, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, on Friday, December 15, from...

To the Editor: Affordable Housing Marks 50-Year Effort

Last month more than 240 guests gathered at the Boathouse at Mercer Lake to celebrate Princeton Community Housing’s 50 years of providing affordable rental homes in Princeton and to...

Winter Holidays – When History & Culture Intersect

Central New Jersey and Bucks County once again comes alive with the sounds and colors of the holiday season with a mixture of regional and world class theater, music,...

Cultivate Prosperity by Giving Back

Jennifer Mohamed, a lawyer at the Bayne Law Group based in Princeton Forrestal Village, wasn’t trying to help her law practice in 2013 when she travelled to India to...

How Amazon Innovates, from an Insider

Amazon loved Doug Herrington’s ideas before they ever hired him. In 2005 the online retailing giant bought a failed startup called Webvan, where Herrington was an executive. Webvan had...

Can Trenton become a high tech hub?

Trenton is, or at least once was, a great place for manufacturing. But could it become a high tech hub? Kamal Bathla, CEO of Maestro Technologies, thinks so. Until...

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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.