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Trenton Bands Mark 20 Years of Creating Jersey Sound

To borrow from a song by Paul Simon, the Cryptkeeper Five is “still getting in the van after all these years.”The Trenton-based group is marking its 20th anniversary of...

Fabulous Advice from ‘Absolutely Abby’

Would you like to gain insight into what HR recruiters really look for when they are evaluating your qualifications? For example, did you know that HR spies may take...

The Lewis School of Princeton: Exploring the Gifts of Learning Differently

SUMMER STUDY (pre-k-12) The Lewis School’s acclaimed research-based Academic Support and Enrichment for students who learn differently help many children avoid a “summer slide,” while keeping others tuned and...

The View from the Federal Reserve

At the end of the first quarter of 2018, the national economic picture is pretty rosy, especially when it comes to jobs and employment. The unemployment rate in the...

Governor Backs New Brunswick Innovation ‘Hub’

Governor Phil Murphy has thrown his support behind the creation of an “innovation hub” on a 12-acre complex near the New Brunswick train station, calling for houses, shops, and...

On the Move: Medical Device Company at CCIT and More

A medical device company that started at Rutgers University has moved to the Commercialization Center for Innovative Technologies building, a tech incubator operated by the NJEDA on Route 1...

A Poet and the Seductive Presence of Light

"If I were to tell you about an encounter with an invisible force,” writes David Herrstrom in the introduction to his book, “an experience of a reality that has...

You Can Hack It

Do you have an idea for a computer program? Why not get together with 600 other coders and make it happen in one intense weekend of programming? Hack Princeton...

Summer Fiction, Real Life Realities

With some days in winter feeling more like summer, and the early days of spring bringing winter storms, we were glad to be reminded of U.S. 1’s annual Summer...

George Street Review: ‘Trying’

How can the spunky 25-year-old secretary Sarah Schorr (Carly Zien) hold on to her job while standing up to the verbal slings and arrows shot at her by the...

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Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest Is Here

Fall is here, and where better to spend an autumn weekend that at Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest.