At an upcoming meeting of the Princeton Macintosh Users Group, security expert Rebecca Mercuri will examine some of the old and new shenanigans that we may be looking forward to seeing in 2020.
The African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey continues to encourage minority and women owned business enterprises to pursue contracts with the federal government, the organization announced two weeks ago in Trenton.
Content marketing is essential for any business whether it be a global pharmaceutical company or a local bakery shop, says Stan Berteloot, ambassador with the Princeton chapter of Startup Grind.
Eileen Sinett begins a workout regimen for public speakers on February 6.
Five years from now people collectively will be older yet. And some of them, attorney Victor Medina hopes, will also be wiser.
Robt Seda-Schreiber believes that open and respectful conversation is a key first step for building a more just society. He will share his experience as an activist, teacher, and community builder in a panel discussion on LGBTQI cultural competencies.
It was a slow night at the Franklin Institute. Three of us watched chief astronomer Derrick Pitts explain the importance of Galileo’s telescopes to George Takei, who played Mr....
Study after study relates happiness to doing something that has meaning and purpose, says Marge Smith, founder of Princeton Community Works (PCW), a conference with the goal of enabling boards, staff, and volunteers to work together more effectively.
You know that agriculture has entered a new era when a farmers’ conference features presentations by an investigative journalist, a winner of the MacArthur genius award, and a lawyer/activist whose aim is to add a “green” amendment to the federal constitution.
The Princeton Chamber presents its 2019 Central Jersey Real Estate Forecast on Thursday, January 24.