Internationally acclaimed Irish poet and Princeton University professor Paul Muldoon will read selections from his newest book, “Howdie-Skelp: Poems,” at Labyrinth Books in Princeton on Wednesday, December 1, at 6 p.m.
Professionals can learn from working with amateurs. Just ask Alex Meakem.
A professional singer and music teacher, the 25-year-old Lawrenceville resident also works as a choral scholar for Voices Chorale NJ.
Mercer County Community College is starting its search for Jianping Wang's successor. RWJ Hamilton offers a program for caregivers.
Princeton Senior Resource Center recently celebrated the grand opening of the Nancy S. Klath Center for Lifelong Learning, and the public is now invited to explore the new facility.
The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County launches the first installment of its Building Wealth in Our Community: Financial Literacy Series on Saturday, November 6.
The impact Covid-19 had on the airline industry was unlike anything that Melinda Montgomery, the manager of the Trenton-Mercer Airport, had ever seen before.
New state environmental regulations are drawing renewed attention to rain gardens, which are cropping up at homes and institutions throughout the Princeton area.
As the holidays approach, New Jersey is gearing up for potential spikes in COVID cases and the impact of the recently discovered Omicron variant.
This year’s Senior Living issue should actually be called Seniors Living. That’s because every article in this issue either focuses on or was written by someone over 65 — the magic age when AARP tracks you down.
Fleeing, antidotes have been key factors in personal survival during our COVID era. Escape literature can be history: Paris on the Brink. Surprisingly for me, November turns me to “The Plimoth Colony Cookbook.”