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Yesterday | Courier-Post
Colleges are paying students to take a year off after high school to travel, volunteer or do internships so that students of all income brackets can benefit from 'gap years.'
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Friday | BroadwayWorld.com
Birdland Jazz Club has announcde their line-up of talent for March 24-30, including Cheyenne Jackson , Donna McKechnie and more! " Donna McKechnie In Good Company" will bring the Tony winner's conversational skills to the forefront, and provide a stage for unique, one-time-only musical moments with Broadway's most celebrated and iconic artists ... (more)
Friday | SquidBlog
Pi Day is observed on March 14 in honor of the mathematical constant pi, frequently represented as 3.14.
Friday | The Times of Trenton
PRINCETON - Town officials are looking at a two-prong attack on the numerous potholes left in the wake of a cycle of freezing and thawing temperatures.
Across the country, math geeks in museums, schools, private groups and elsewhere gather to celebrate the number pi, approximately 3.14.
Julia Nicole Shapiro, Holmdel High School recites "Blackberrying" by Sylvia Plath during the "Poetry Out Loud" state finals held in Princeton.
In celebration of Pi Day, restaurants and bars around the country are hosting tons of nerdy math-themed promotions this Friday, March 14 , most involving pizzas or slices of pie for $3.14.
The New Jersey Child Assault Prevention Project is a statewide community based prevention program that has been operating in New Jersey schools since 1985.
A mysterious Princeton University secret society that allegedly forces members to drink 21 beers in 42 minutes is making campus news after members reportedly trashed one of the school's eating clubs this weekend , The Daily Princetonian reports.
Aux Dog Theatre will be celebrating Einstein's Birthday with Einstein: A Stage Portrait by Tom Schuch.
A deed for the Lawrence home where Gen. H. "Stormin' Norman" Schwarzkopf was raised sits on a shelf next to that of former President Woodrow Wilson.
There comes a time when things need to change. Often change comes slowly, unless it is looking right into your eyes and shouting "It's time to do it."
Laurel residents can get a taste of traditional blues on Friday when Rory Block performs at the Montpelier Arts Center with just her guitar and her powerful, soulful voice.
Palmer Square Management has decided not to lease a storefront on Hulfish Street to the Princeton post office, as previously planned.
MAKING MUSIC: Sheila Bodine's black and white photographs of musicians' hands playing instruments are complemented by her 17-year-old granddaughter Grace Glovier's shots of abstract architectural patterns in an exhibition titled "Generations" at the RWJ Hamilton's Lakefront Gallery.