Preview of the Arts

See more of the Arts

Alice Paul’s NJ Home: Where the Fight for Rights Goes On

There’s a place nearby where you can connect with one of the godmothers of the women’s movement. Just drive to Mount Laurel in Burlington County, and there in the midst of a 1950s subdivision is Paulsdale, the birthplace of Alice Stokes Paul and home to the Alice Paul Institute.

Frank Pinto Sings the Blues in Robbinsville

Veteran Trenton blues and blues-rock singer, guitarist, and pianist Frank Pinto performs Friday, August 23, at the new PJ’s Pancake House in Robbinsville.

Opportunities: For Artists, Singers, and Volunteers

Calls for artists, singers, and volunteers.

An Unusual Rock Garden Just a Stone’s Throw Away

One of the finest rock gardens in the eastern United States is within an hour’s drive of the U.S. 1 circulation area.

Princeton Summer Theater Review: ‘Topdog/Underdog’

Brotherhood in particular, and manhood in general, receive a searing look in Suzan-Lori Parks’ complex and powerful “Topdog/Underdog,” which enjoys the intense, penetrating exploration it warrants in Lori Elizabeth Parquet’s engrossing production for Princeton Summer Theater.

Survival Guide

Meditation Helps Job Searching As Well As Soul Searching

Meditation expert Susan Wilk is hosting an August 23 workshop on how to “cultivate calm” during periods of job transition.

Demystifying the Diversity Certification Process

Now an expert on diversity in organizations, Stephanie Burroughs helps businesses improve their own hiring processes.

Chain Reaction: The Interlinked Nature of Logistics Systems

What surprises students new to the topic of the supply chain process is the effect that each player has on the other when bringing a product to market. But what surprises professor Stuart Rosenberg is that often people familiar with the field haven’t considered these effects either.

Business Action Center Launches New Audio Program

The New Jersey Business Action Center’s newly launched podcast series is designed to help businesses across the state succeed.

The Fine Art of Fine Art Insurance

Christopher Wise speaks on fine art insurance for the Princeton Preservation Group on Tuesday, August 13.

Surviving Job Loss After 50

Ken Sher will discuss how to deal with losing a job after age 50 at a meeting of the Professional Service Group of Mercer County on Friday, August 9.

Perfect Your Pitch & Get Angel Funding 

It will take a lot more than a sparkling speech and glowing presentation to convince serial entrepreneur and angel investor Mario Casabona to invest his cash into a new or emerging business.

Fast Lane

On the Move: Management Moves & Acquisitions

News from Cullen and Dykman, Imbue Creative, WIRB, and Integra.

Poll Says Offensive Workplace Comments are Down

Offensive comments in the workplace — including those about gender, race, sexual orientation, and religion — are down in New Jersey since 2017, according to the fourth annual New Jersey State of Diversity Survey.


Carl R. Pope, Louis E. Kroschwitz, Robert Dalton Smart, and the Rev. Thomas Harvey McNally.

On the Move: Cryptocurrency Crime, New Degree at TESU, Deaths

Prominent Princeton residents Leslie Kuenne and Herbert Hobler have died.


To the Editor: Keep the Community in Community TV

The services I receive through Princeton Television have allowed me to play a larger role in the growth of our community as well as develop my business.

Fiction Past and Present

U.S. 1's annual summer fiction reception is Wednesday, August 21. All are invited.

Letters to the Editor

On citizenship and taxes, and on end-of-life care.

Letters to the Editor: On Rights

Two writers say independent voters deserve a voice. Another questions the Census citizenship question.