Sunday, February 23, 2020

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Picture Perfect Musician Stringing with Roosevelt Band

Trenton native Phil McAuliffe will be playing bass and singing backup vocals with David Brahinsky and the Roosevelt String Band on Sunday, February 23, at Morven in Princeton.

Dance Review: American Repertory Ballet’s ‘Giselle’

American Repertory Ballet’s “Giselle” is moving and, at times, thrillingly danced

Letting the Bard’s Words Soar With Love

The Shakespeare Community Reading Group, which meets monthly at McCarter Theater, is not about who reads with flourishes, although there are some beautiful ones. It’s about what is on the page.

The Artful Eye: Wisdom of Trees

“The Wisdom of Trees,” opening February 23 at Tulpehaking Nature Center, is a collaboration between Mary Leck and Patricia Bender.

Marking a Milestone With ‘Beauty and Drama’

Noted Princeton artist Charles McVicker will be celebrating his long career with his Arts Council of Princeton exhibition “McVicker at 90: A Retrospective."

Survival Guide

Making a 30-Second Commercial For Yourself

David Trapani, CEO of Sandler Training - AGT & Associates, will lead a workshop on building elevator pitches at a meeting of the Princeton-Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, February 26.

What is a ‘Personal Power Pyramid?’

Marc Strano will discuss ways each person can attend to four things during transition — and how to get support — while growing oneself and building one’s career.

Being Creative in a Commercial Environment

Ricardo Barros of Ricardo Barros Photographs will speak on “Sustaining Creative Spirit in a Commercial Environment” on Tuesday, February 25, at the Gotham City Networking Event.

Navigating Workers’ Compensation

Meg Errickson, senior director of claims at Borden Perlman, presents a webinar on workers' compensation.

Pigs in a Blanket and the Cost of Being Right

Nassau Street-based life coach Beth Fitzgerald’s book, “The Wake Up Call: Daily Eye Opening Motivation for You to Live Your Best Life” was published on February 17.

A Doctor from the Streets Sets Others on Path to Success

The Three Doctors will be part of a presentation at the Pascale Sykes Foundation’s Working Together for Working Families conference on Thursday, February 13, at Rowan College of South Jersey’s Luciano Center in Vineland.

Creating the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

An upcoming lecture by Amy Nelson at Princeton University’s Keller Center will discuss trends of entrepreneurship in the United States.

Fast Lane

Audio Directions Wins TechLaunch BullPen Prize

A Hopewell-based company, Audio Directions, is producing devices intended to remedy the problem of hearing aids that amplify background noise in addition to conversation.

On the Move: NJHA, Trac, Chamber, and Deaths

Two new studies released by the New Jersey Hospital Association say hospitals are economic anchors of their communities.

From CEO to Wife Killer — to Snake Oil Salesman?

Jonathan Nyce, infamous for the 2004 killing of his wife, is again on the wrong side of the law, this time for allegedly selling fake dog cancer drugs.

On the Move: Radius8, Ford Graham, Deaths

Radius8, a tech company that creates digital storefronts, has received an investment under the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s Angel Investor Tax Credit Program.


To the Editor: Troubled Bridge Over Historic Waters

NJDOT's plans for the South Broad Street Bridge over the Assunpink Creek are a missed opportunity.

Letters to the Editor: Primaries & History

Lessons from the Iowa primary, and a boost for the area's natural and historic resources.

Events & Oversight

A primer on getting your event listed in U.S. 1's calendar, and more debate on charity oversight.

Remembering Doc Long

Poet Doughtry “Doc” Long, whose death was announced on January 27, was a longtime maker and supporter of art in Trenton.