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Music Festival Offers Front Row Seats at Home

Princeton has become a magnet for pianists. Since 2003 they gather each July for dawn-to-midnight immersion in a piano universe. During the day they soak up insights leading to...

This Weekend in Princeton, It’s All Things Pi(e)

As has become a Princeton tradition, Mimi Omiecinski of Princeton Tour Company and area merchants will mark Albert Einstein’s birthday with the town’s annual Pi Day celebration on Saturday,...

Opportunities

VolunteerThe Garden State Film Festival is seeking volunteers to work the festival, held from Thursday to Sunday, March 22 to 25, in Asbury Park. Volunteers will help with ticket...

May Old Annoyances Be Enflamed

Happy New Year!Classical MusicJazz & BluesDramaBonfireWeekend RetreatHealth & WellnessHot SpotsCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200422/41222p04.html Princeton, arts,-->This article by Bart Jackson and Lynn Miller was prepared for the December 22, 2004...

Hitchcock Knew, Music Makes the Movie

‘A product of the silent era, Alfred Hitchcock distrusted words but came to trust music; it spoke a language deeper than dialogue, allowing the world of obsession and longing,...

Review: `Gem of the Ocean’

The recent death of August Wilson, one of America's most distinguished writers of dramatic literature, brings an added dimension to our consideration of his penultimate play, "Gem of the...

Drama Reviews: Solo Flights

Manchild in the Promised Land'Speaking truth to power is a time-honored form of political activism. In 1965, Claude Brown shattered the screen of invisibility around America's urban misery with...

At Mercer, an Artful Shell Game

Art in TownArea GalleriesCampus ArtsArt in the WorkplaceArt by the RiverArt In TrentonArea MuseumsCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200403/40407p03.html Princeton, business-->This article by F.R. Rivera was prepared for the April 7,...

Local Lessons on the Fine Art of Graffiti

Vicious Style Two will offer a series of Saturday morning Graffiti Art Classes designed to teach and explore the history styles and techniques of the art. Classes are conducted...

On Princeton’s `Restaurant Row,’ A Family Place

Corrections or additions?This feature was published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on October 21, 1998.All rights reserved.On Princeton's `Restaurant Row,' A Family PlaceIn 1990, after years of owning and operating...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.