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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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Loose Ends 11/1: Marty Johnson – a source of wisdom for years to come

By Pam Hersh Everyone has a story to tell - except for Marty Johnson, founding CEO of Isles, an urban sustainable development organization in Trenton. A...
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Loose Ends 10/25: You can bet on the Gould team

By Pam Hersh October has a reputation for unnerving those working in the investment profession.  The Wall Street Crash of 1929 started on Oct. 24...

Health Matters 10/25: Treating and preventing dance-related injuries

By: Dinesh Dhanaraj, M.D. For a dancer, an acute injury can happen suddenly.  One minute you’re gliding across the floor. The next minute you’re on the...
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Loose Ends 10/18: From former hippies to local activists

By Pam Hersh I never quite understood what my neighbors Fern and Larry Spruill did in Princeton’s John Witherspoon neighborhood. The couple seemed ubiquitous, always smiling,...

Health Matters 10/18: Recognizing signs of postpartum depression and get help

By: Sarah Carstens, L.C.S.W. Feeling sad or blue after giving birth is a normal occurrence for most new moms. In fact, up to 80% of women...

Your Health- The importance of cancer awareness

Cancer affects millions of Americans as officials estimate that there are 1.7 million new cancer cases this year. This is making cancer awareness key in...

Health Matters 10/11: Understanding and treating Atrial Fibrillation (A Fib)

By Lisa S. Motavalli, M.D. A fluttering in your chest, racing heartbeat and shortness of breath can all be signs of being overly excited. But they...
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Loose Ends 10/11: Debunking the myths of higher education

By Pam Hersh Dr. Kate Foster on Sept. 5, took on a role that went beyond her demanding job as president of New Jersey’s renowned...

Richard Talks Real Estate: THE IMPORTANCE OF FEEDBACK

Feedback is extremely important when selling your home. Many people will be in a position to give your agent feedback and they will provide...

Health Matters 10/4: First responders: Saving those who save others 

By Michael Bizzarro, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., B.C.D. Our nation’s first responders are on the frontlines, protecting and saving others each and every day. During the course of...
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Loose Ends 10/4: Becoming a hopeaholic

By Pam Hersh At 5 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 25, I was melting down. Our democracy was being subverted. World temperatures were rising, literally as quickly as...
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