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Mercer County Top Producers Association: The Best in Local Real Estate

As our 30th year anniversary commences, the members of the Mercer County Top Producers Association completed 1,754 transactions, with over $726 million in total sales volume.

Ecovillage NJ: Fighting for a Commune Cause

Ecovillage New Jersey is an umbrella group that wants to foster a whole network and variety of cohousing communities across the state, in part by encouraging the formation of subgroups oriented toward a specific area or property.

Letters to the Editor

Clarifications on Hopewell's Castle and a thank you from Princeton Community Housing.

Building New Jersey’s Green Energy Future

A transition to clean energy comes with opportunities for the business community: someone will have to build, install, and maintain all that new energy infrastructure.

New Jersey: Land of Inventors

New Jersey has always been a land of inventors. Some of those inventions have changed the world, and others have been forgotten, but local author Linda J. Barth seems to know about them all.

The Makings of a 20th Century American Master

The Zimmerli Museum’s exhibition “Becoming John Marin” provides an opportunity to look anew at the groundbreaking artist and reflect on the creation of modern art in America — as well as the fickleness of reputation.

Indian Artist Gets Major Solo Show at GFS

“Interference Fringe” includes 27 sculptures in a range of media: found objects, appropriated industrial machines, carved stone and wood, cast bronze, and works embedded in concrete and coated in bone meal.

YWCA Princeton’s Child Development Center Learns to Appreciate Diversity and Manage Feelings with Kidsbridge

Over the course of three weeks 35 of the children at YWCA Princeton’s Young Wonders Child Development Center have participated in anti-bullying workshops lead by Kidsbridge, an organization dedicated to teaching children social-emotional skills, tolerance, and the value of diversity.

Bucks County Review: ‘Dial ‘M’ for Murder’

“Dial ‘M’ for Murder” is a chestnut, a ripe and tasty one, from the 1950s, when mysteries or thrillers were as well-made as other plays and in which full-bodied characterization was given the same importance as plot.

Opportunities: Auditions and More

Participate in the NJ Storytelling Festival, theater for teenagers, and more.