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Loose Ends 1/24: ‘A Very Special Evening with Ruth Bader Ginsburg’

By Pam Hersh Princeton Council member Leticia Fraga thought she was getting an early Christmas present. In fact, it may have been an early Martin Luther...
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Loose Ends 1/10: Riding the current into a better 2020

By Pam Hersh Climate crisis, Iran/Iraq/North Korea/China/Yemen/Venezuela, mass shootings, stabbings, ethnic hate, massive debt, a dismal ranking for NJ as a business friendly state (Forbes...

Health Matters 1/10: Is a plant-based diet right for you? 

By Rameck Hunt, M.D.  A plant-based diet – consisting mostly or entirely of nutrient-dense vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and seeds – can have many...
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Loose Ends 1/3: Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter searches for a way to say...

By: Pam Hersh On Sunday, Dec. 29, at the Jewish Center of Princeton, Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter was working to oversee crowd control and...

New Year – New Chance to Get Involved Locally – HomeFront’s Week of Hope

If you’ve never visited HomeFront, the local twenty-eight-year-old social service agency that has become a national model for helping families who are experiencing homelessness...
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Loose Ends 12/27: Bob Wolfe – allergic to just relaxing

By Pam Hersh Bob Wolfe has a joyful quality about him no matter what the season ‘tis. Bearing no resemblance to Santa Claus, Bob nevertheless is...
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Loose Ends 12/20: Celebrating Princeton Garden Theatre’s 100th year

By Pam Hersh I hope it is a good omen for my longevity that I am a close friend of a few of this year’s...
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Loose Ends 12/13: A Christmas gift to the community

By Pam Hersh I just got the best Christmas card from someone I met years ago when we both worked at Princeton University. The card that...
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Loose Ends 12/6: Satirist Andy Borowitz returns to McCarter Theatre Center

By: Pam Hersh In my family’s world, Thanksgiving’s primary function has less to do with food and more to do with stories. The angst-provoking attitude about...
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Loose Ends 11/29: Preaching the value of preventive health

By Pam Hersh When I reconnected with two former colleagues in Trenton over a cup of coffee-- my mental and physical healthy-living medicine-- neither wanted...

Man’s best friend rescues veteran living with PTSD

William Rommel of Brick once believed suicide was the answer to a problem he faced. Frequented by apparitions of trauma, Rommel had difficulty living a...

Jughandle Brewing Co., a flavorful microbrewery in Monmouth County

A scientist and a strategist have something brewing in Tinton Falls. Jughandle Brewing Co.is a multi-barrell craft brewery with several fermenters in Tinton Falls. Owners Pete...
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Loose Ends 11/22: Dr. Roger Moseley debuts book, ‘Morality: a Natural History’

By: Pam Hersh After an unlucky few years at the beginning of his life, retired Princeton surgeon Dr. Roger Moseley has had the good fortune...

Contemporary art school redefines standards of art education

  The children were innocently making art. But not run-of-the-mill hand turkey art, which youngsters create by dipping their hands in brown paint, smushing their fingers...

Fair Haven’s Mike Quon, son of a Disney animator, is keeping artistry in the...

Mike Quon did not have what it takes to practice dentistry. At least, that is what a former college professor insinuated after Quon received poor...
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Loose Ends 11/15: Walking toward a better future

By Pam Hersh Helping residents "skip the trip," two New Jersey legislators, representing New Jersey’s 16th district, partnered with the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission...
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Loose Ends 11/8: Dr. M. David Atkin continues work in his non-retiring retirement

By Pam Hersh For the past five years, Princeton pediatrician M. David Atkin has been treating dozens of individuals who never cry and actually look...

Health Matters 11/8: Celebrating 100 years of caring for residents of New Jersey

By Barry Rabner Every journey starts with a single step. At Penn Medicine Princeton Health, the journey started 100 years ago in a farmhouse on Witherspoon...
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