Monthly Archives: September 2020
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra is using a small presentation to make a big statement on Thursday, September 24, when the PSO Brass Quintet performs at Morven Museum & Garden.
All manner of research — with all manner of potential real-world applications — will be on full display, in a virtual setting, at the annual Innovation Forum presented by Princeton University’s Keller Center on Tuesday, September 29.
Truth in Accounting, a Chicago, Illinois, nonprofit dedicated to educating and empowering citizens with government financial information, releases an annual report on the health of each of the United States. The report just released reports the following — with grim news for New Jersey.
MSNJ is launching an insurance denial registry. Rutgers social work students have partnered with CIS. Richard Tang Yuk is leaving the Princeton Festival. Novitium in expanding in East Windsor.
Virtual opportunities abound for artists, musicians, athletes, and those who simply want to help out.
Upcoming webinars address topics related to COVID-19 as well as general business concerns.
The Jersey Devil’s bigger-than-life status has been helped by a growing number of books, films, visual art works, and even songs inspired by what has been dubbed New Jersey’s official state demon.
The Jersey Devil has been a frequent documentary film subject, such as in New Jersey Network’s 1972 documentary, but its fictional screen time seems to start rolling in 1993 on the popular television show “The X-Files.”
Jersey Devil music, like the legendary creature itself, doesn’t seem to exist until it suddenly appears — sometimes seemingly from nowhere.
Jersey Devil images began to appear in the early 20th century and were related to either reported sightings or around manufactured events.