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PSO Opens Its Season with a True Life Sister Act

Twin sisters Christina and Michelle Naughton perform the Mozart Concerto in E-flat Major, K. 365 in Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium on Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22.

McCarter Theater Review: ‘Gloria: A Life’

Emily Mann’s “Gloria: A Life” has so many intersecting and overlapping facets, the play, also directed by Mann for Princeton’s McCarter Theater, needs to be reviewed from several perspectives.

Let’s Try: The Deck & Stella

Two new restaurants are making a splash on the New Hope dining scene.

Opportunities: Poetry, Scarecrows, and More

Auditions, scarecrows, poetry, and more.

Exhibition Spotlights Bright Future for Electric Sculpture

Internationally known American artist Nam June Paik’s monumental 1992 sculpture “PBS: 1967-2000” in downtown Trenton is back.

Survival Guide

Strategy Tools for the Future

Leadership in today’s business environment requires not just responding to challenges but thinking strategically. That’s why Christian Rangen, a Norwegian business expert, specializes in teaching strategic thinking to business leaders.

Stop Looking for a Job, Start Looking for a Career

Keith Bogen will lead a workshop on networking at the Professional Service Group meeting on Friday, September 20, from 9:45 a.m. to noon at the Princeton Public Library.

Covering Trenton in the Latest Fashion

Trenton Fashion Week kicks off Monday, September 16.

Trade Talks

Despite an ever-increasing international trade war that is replete with tit-for-tat tariffs between the U.S. and China, a senior official in the administration of President Donald Trump this week, will — perhaps — attempt to quell growing fears of many New Jerseyans and others caught in the burgeoning global import-export quagmire.

High Performing vs. High Potential Employees

Recognizing the difference between high potential and high productivity employees is the path to profitability

Spiel Estate: PodMax Event Will Put Businesspeople On the Air

“There are so many benefits to creating your own podcast as a business owner,” says Erik Cabral

Busting Higher Education Myths

Kathryn A. Foster, president of The College of New Jersey, will address some misconceptions about higher education in New Jersey and beyond

Fast Lane

Healthy Meals Supreme Offers a Fresh Start for Your Diet

A surprise diabetes diagnosis set Joe Martinez on the path to founding Healthy Meals Supreme, a meal delivery service that aims to help people with chronic diseases manage their diets.

New Theater Makes Its Debut in New Brunswick

There is a new act for regional theater this fall with the opening of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center on Livingston Avenue.

On the Move: Electric Cars, Company Changes, Deaths

Learn about electric cars at the West Windsor Farmers Market on Saturday, September 14.

New in Town: Smithers Avanza Builds Bioanalytical Lab in Ewing

Frank M. Rotella is director of operations at the new facility

Commentary

To the Editor: Get Out the Vote

Important deadlines are looming for voter registration and vote by mail applications.

A Season of Change

As our 2019 Fall Arts Preview issue shows, our regional cultural organizations are filling galleries with images and theater stages with action and life — and more than ever.

To the Editor: Mercer County Doesn’t Need an Armored Vehicle

We, the undersigned, representing Not In Our Town Princeton, a multi-racial, multi-faith racial justice organization, have concerns about the proposed purchase of an armored tactical vehicle by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office.

A U.S. 1 Poem and Some Thoughts It Inspires

The August 28 U.S. 1 story about the history of Route One inspired reader Howard Lieberman to write a poem