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Patients Turn Their Backs on Medicine

What if you could wear a mural on your back depicting a loved one’s story, and what if you could walk as a docent of your own life? The...

Opportunities

Tax AideThe South Brunswick Library at 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, is offering free preparation of federal and state income tax returns on Tuesdays and Thursdays from February 6...

Investing Tips from the Pros

Chris Sugden knows investing. As a former tech executive and current managing partner of Edison Partners, Sugden has led 32 investments for his firm, which has claiemd 500 percent...

A Visual Conversation on Ruin and Renewal

"He believes you have to have destruction to have rebirth and renewal,” says Robin Vousden of the Gagosian Gallery, London, describing the thinking of his client and long-time friend,...

Princeton Migration Project Set in Motion

The multi-month Princeton Migrations Project’s first live public event is set for Thursday, February 1. That’s when Pulitzer Prize-winning American Journalist and “Enrique’s Journey” author Sonia Nazario speaks on...

From Editors & To Editors

Every once in a while we get an e-mail or a phone call from someone with a simple request: could we please remove an article from our website? Typically...

Bristol Riverside Review: ‘Time Stands Still’

To some, journalism is a calling. And Sarah Goodwin is among that “some.”Sarah is the lead character of Donald Margulies’ intricate play, “Time Stands Still,” now at the Bristol...

How to Beat the Background Check

You were absolutely qualified for that job. Experience, education, you name it. So why didn’t you get it? Did you do something wrong on your resume? Write a really...

Saxophonist Swings Her Soul at Chapel and Clubs

The multi-faceted Audrey Welber-Lafferty sure has a lot of energy and seems to do it all, including her current position as coordinator of underclass instruction and research for the...

New RWJF Head Has Princeton Medical Legacy

It was November, 1991, when the first victim fell ill. A toddler named Anne had been brought to Children’s Hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts, with bloody diarrhea. Dehydration and...

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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.