Thursday, July 16, 2020

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Art and the Gallery Owner in the Changing Era

Hopewell gallery owner and art framer Ruth Morpeth mixes fine and fun art in a not so fine era.

New Volume Lets Einstein Retell His Tale

An autobiographic essay Albert Einstein wrote in 1946 is the centerpiece of Princeton University Press' recently published new book, "Einstein on Einstein."

Art of Quarantine X

Artists responded to U.S. 1’s invitation to share visual thoughts, feelings, and discoveries during our current health crisis.

Opportunities

Opportunities for young musicians, art lovers, language learners, and more.

Peter Genovese: Living, Breathing, and Eating New Jersey

If the title “New Jersey State of Mind” doesn’t grab your attention, perhaps the book's author will. Peter Genovese is NJ.com’s veteran food and features writer.

Survival Guide

Improving Your Job Search — with Help from a Friend

Paul Cecala says your job search can be made more productive and less unpleasant by enlisting a Work Search Buddy.

Global Business Goes Virtual

To help navigate and find success in these uncertain times, the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber, in partnership with the Middlesex Regional Chamber, presents a virtual Global Business Summit and networking event on Friday, July 17.

Virtual Business Meetings July 15 to 22

Upcoming online networking sessions, help for job seekers, webinars, and more.

When Grandma Becomes the Teacher

Hamilton School District instructional coach Charisse Smith features in the New Jersey Foundation for Aging’s July episode of ‘Aging Insights.’

Virtual Business Meetings July 8 to 15

Upcoming webinars address topics related to COVID-19 as well as general business concerns.

Mercer County College to Host Virtual Job Fair

Mercer County Community College’s James Kerney Campus is hosting its first virtual employment training fair via the Zoom conference platform on Wednesday, July 1.

Inspire Your Plan for Success

The Central New Jersey chapter of the Ellevate Network hosts a three-part "Inspired Action" workshop beginning July 2.

Fast Lane

Newgrange Schools Open Hopewell Campus

Three entities focused on empowering students with learning differences and assisting those who educate them are consolidating their operations on a new campus in Hopewell.

Pedestrian Bridge Connects Hopewell, Pennington to Trail

A new bridge connecting Pennington Borough and Hopewell Township to Mercer Meadows and the Lawrence Hopewell Trail has been opened to the public.

On the Move: Library News, AlumniCorps’ New Director, and More

The Mary Jacobs Library will remain open; Princeton AlumniCorps has a new director; and more.

On the Move: Princeton U.’s Plans, Mergers, and More

Most Princeton students will spend only one semester on campus for the coming school year.

Commentary

To the Editor: Riding & Dining

A long-time reader reflects on public transportation needs and the small joys of outdoor dining in our current times.

Museums Getting Back to Business

"Welcome back” say museum staff and museum visitors as New Jersey museums slowly reopen.

A Letter from Mercer County Community College

This fall Mercer County Community College (MCCC) will offer three convenient and safe ways to make it easier for you and your families to make your education decisions.

Letters to the Editor

Thoughts on a college education, in person or remotely, and contact tracing.