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George Street Review: ‘The Nerd’

Playwright Larry Shue came to prominence with a wacky farce, “The Foreigner,” in 1984. It was astonishingly successful considering its mixed critical reception.


Call for Artists Mercer County residents age 60 and older are welcome to register for and submit work to the 2018 Mercer County Senior Art Show. The show will run...

InStore Audio Network Finds the Sound of Success

If you walk into a CVS pharmacy, you will hear inoffensive music over the loudspeakers of the store, occasionally interspersed with ads and announcements about things on sale there.

Edward Tenner: Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Back in the fall of 1964, if you were a high school senior applying to college, you might have heard about Princeton not because of its academic standing but rather because of its athletic prowess.

NAI Fennelly: Greater Princeton Is Going Strong

The Greater Princeton Area is part of four major research centers in the nation: Palo Alto/San Diego CA., Austin TX, Cambridge Mass, and Princeton NJ. California has a total...

Joseph R. Ridolfi: Market Update 2018 First Quarter Central New Jersey

Warehouse/industrial space continues to be very strong in the first quarter of 2018 especially in the leasing area. The inventory in warehouse/industrial space remains low and investors continue to...

The Most Experienced Commercial Real Estate Brokerage in Mercer County!

Over a half-century in commercial real estate has made Bonanni Realtors the area’s expert since 1956. At Bonanni Realtors, they work with companies and individuals on strategic planning, site...

Commercial Spaces for Rent and for Sale

The listings below are based on information submitted by central New Jersey real estate brokers. Prices are subject to change.

A New Space for Science Startups

The new Princeton Innovation Center Biolabs incubator facility on College Road East is now open for business, providing space for two dozen startup companies to run experiments, build prototypes, and do all the things that technology and biotech startups need to do — including making copious amounts of coffee.


Paul B. Scharf, 75, died on May 3. Born and raised in Princeton, he worked part-time at McCaffery’s Supermarket and U.S. 1 Newspaper. He was a client of AAMH...