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B: Pam Hersh It was serendipity, not Legacy.com that showed me the relationship between Apollo 11 and former Princeton Township Mayor Bernie Miller. Apollo 11 and Bernie are both celebrating big milestones. The Apollo 11 spaceflight that landed the first two people on the moon occurred 50 years ago (July 20-21, 1969). The accomplishment is […]

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Each year more than 50 million Americans are dealing with several types of allergies. Allergies have become the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in America, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. This makes allergy care an important step for those seeking treatment and diagnosis. Dr. Kathryn Edwards, an allergist who specializes […]

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A young classics professor puts her career — and her love life — in peril, and calls on the gods of ancient Greece to save her. Things don’t go according to plan when the gods who show up are “The Gods of Comedy.” Thus begins the latest tour-de-force by Ken Ludwig, the two-time Olivier Award-winning […]

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By Pam Hersh The elderly couple living at Stonebridge Senior Living Community retirement community in Skillman interrupted my perusal of sparkling water bottles at ShopRite, in order to tell me I “had” to write about an upcoming choral concert at Stonebridge in mid March. “These kids from the Princeton United Methodist Church (PUMC) bring an […]

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“Captain Marvel,” Marvel’s 21st installment and penultimate chapter of its Phase Three in its Cinematic Universe was released in theaters last week and box offices around the world have been flourished by the overwhelming number of moviegoers, which is something we have all become used to by now. But, for the first time in Marvel’s […]

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Grounds For Sculpture will host The 14th Early Music Festival on March 24. The 42-acre not-for-profit sculpture garden, museum and arboretum located in Hamilton will feature Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Early American music sung and played by many of the region’s ensembles. From 12:30 to 5:30 p.m., a dozen ensembles, both instrumental and vocal, will […]

Looking to move this Spring? The Gables, an active lifestyle townhome community by Renaissance Properties in Monroe Township, has announced that anyone who purchases a new construction home through March 31 will receive $19,000 in Design Center credits. Quick delivery homes are also available with discounted designer upgrades. Please see a Sales Associate for complete […]

Seniors 55+ have a new opportunity for affordable apartment living at Waterfront Village, a Volunteers of America community professionally  managed by PRD Management, Inc. of Cherry Hill. Conveniently located near historic Downtown Bordentown, Waterfront  Village offers large, comfortable one-bedroom rental  apartments with   kitchen appliances, full bathrooms, carpeting, central air, fitness room  and free on-site parking. Social activities are provided in […]

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By: Pam Hersh The one ingredient Dorothy “Dor” Mullen sprinkles into every recipe she creates is change. Known in Princeton as a chef, gardener, counselor, life coach and preacher of healthy eating, she is above all else a change-agent. Dor describes herself as a dedicated, determined, indebted-to-no-one ambassador of change, a “dog with a bone,” […]

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Now that the Academy Awards have come to an end, I’ll be switching over to the smaller screen this week and talking about a television series that concluded its first season last week, “A Million Little Things.” When it comes to television today, in my humble opinion, it’s all garbage. I watch a collective three […]