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New PU Program: ‘Tech & Democracy’

Princeton University will establish a new technology and democracy program within the university’s Center for Information Technology Policy, specializing in issues related to artificial intelligence and the impact of digital technologies on society.

Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday POPS! Celebrates the Season

On Saturday, December 15, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) Holiday POPS! concert celebrates the season with the Princeton High School Choir.

Princeton Concerts Celebrating 125 Years with ‘The Dude’ Gustavo Dudamel

Gustavo Dudamel, one of classical music’s busiest and most charismatic musicians, has managed to find room in his over-stuffed schedule to visit Princeton on Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2.

Blues Photographer and Archivist Saretzky’s Retrospective in Trenton

It's time for another career-spanning collection of Gary Saretzky’s work to go on view at Mercer County Community College’s James Kerney Campus (JKC) Gallery, 137 North Broad Street in Trenton.

Opportunities: Donate, Volunteer, and More

Grounds For Sculpture is accepting donations for its annual coat drive until Wednesday, December 12.

Sights & Sounds of the Holiday Season

World-class music, theater, history, and more are lighting up the holiday season — all part of a tradition that enriches the entire region.

How to Start a Home-Based Business

Princeton SCORE will hold a free workshop on starting a home-based business on Saturday, December 1.

Highway to the Foreign Trade Zone

If you do business in Mercer County, you may not know it, but you are in a Foreign Trade Zone. But what does that mean?

Teaching in America

Is there anything more difficult than being a public school teacher in America? Yes, being a math or science teacher in New York City.

Turning Empty Storefronts into Active Spaces

Mall owners and developers across the country are pondering what to do with these mega-structures.