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Between The Lines
If you are thinking ahead to your holiday gift list, this fall arts
issue is your ticket to a stress-free holiday. We work ahead to get as
much information as we possible can on the coming season so you can
plan ahead. For instance, if your brother-in-law is a fan of Olivia
Newton-John, tickets to her State Theater concert will surely beat a
package from the liquor store or the ubiquitous Christmas tie. And for
your own planning, now is the time to get that subscription — or that
sure-to-be-sold out ticket to Laurie Anderson at McCarter.
To make it easier to search out the right event, calendar editor Lynn
Miller has organized the events into categories of the lively arts —
drama, music, and dance. Under music, for instance, you will find
classical, jazz, pop, folk, and world music. Wherever possible we
extend the calendars through next spring. Some of the far-flung venues
attract the big name acts that don’t come to Princeton. Perhaps you
would rather hop a train and see acts in New York than drive to Red
Bank, Newark, Morristown, or Camden, but now you have the choice.
These listings — and more that we didn’t have room for — are also
available on the Internet (www.princetoninfo.com) where you can search
by date or type of event. Will you be having visitors during a holiday
weekend? Call up those dates from our event database and you will know
everything we know. We list each separate performance of a play or a
“Nutcracker” ballet so you can be sure you will get a complete list.
Coverage of the season begins here:
Thank you for the inspired feature on the Princeton Doll and Toy
Museum (September 1). The article was magnificent — interesting,
accurate, and informative. It will be a great help to us as the museum
continues to grow; it will help people to find and enjoy the museum
Your writer, Caroline Calogero, is right — it does make going to work
fun and uses every skill that I have developed in my careers in
business and education.
Virginia B. Aris
You may get a lot of flack for Richard K. Rein’s column about “Bush on
the Couch” (September 8) but we thought it was right on the money.
We don’t know which is more upsetting: how psychologically,
intellectually — and dangerously — unfit for the presidency George W.
is; or how ill-informed and unquestioning so many voters are.
Thanks for raising two issues the mainstream media assiduously avoids.
For the complete calendar events in central New Jersey, go to
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