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Book Review: ‘The Patch’ By John McPhee

In his latest book, “The Patch," author John McPhee has assembled a collection of his nonfiction work, none of which has previously appeared in book form.

A Crash Course on Micro-aggressions

It was time for my daughter to give me a crash course from her school curriculum about “micro-aggressions.”

Robert K. Prud’homme Shares Stories from the War To Advance Science

Princeton professor Robert K. Prud’homme will share ‘war stories’ November 14 at the Princeton Chamber.

Ten Arguments In Favor Of Quitting Social Media

Jaron Lanier is a Silicon Valley visionary who coined the term “virtual reality.” Now he is arguing against Silicon Valley’s most all-consuming creation: social media.

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Princeton Family YMCA Centennial Awards

The Princeton YMCA celebrated its Centennial Awards with an evening of food and good conversation in the Y’s gymnasium on October 25.

Pioneer Songs Arrive in the Capital City

“Pioneer Songs" is Eric Houghton’s epic meditation on the courage and resilience of those Americans who blazed the western frontier.

Introducing Ovation at Riverwalk Opening Fall, 2019

Ovation at Riverwalk is an exciting, new active adult luxury rental community opening fall 2019.

Opportunities: Volunteer, Calls for Art

The Monmouth Museum is seeking entries for its annual juried art exhibition, set for Jan. 12 to March 10, 2019.

The Perfect Company: Aumann AG

In this column, Glenn Paul will suggest potential attributes of “perfect companies” and individual stocks that might be worthy investments.