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Hamilton Dental Associates (HDA) has been serving Hamilton and the greater central Jersey area for over 50 years. While HDA’s roots are in pediatric dentistry, they also specialize in adult and cosmetic dentistry, orthodontics, oral surgery, periodontics, and endodontics. Everything...
Village Point Rehabilitation & Healthcare Making Exceptional Recovery & Care Comfortable Village Point Rehabilitation & Healthcare, Springpoint Senior Living’s 87,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art healthcare center at 3 David Brainerd Drive in Monroe Township, NJ, is open and accepting admissions. Village Point offers a professional,...

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a potentially serious sleep disorder that affects over 18 million Americans. OSA occurs when your airway collapses during sleep, blocking the flow of oxygen to your brain. Your brain senses a lack of oxygen and...
Dr. Marjan Habibian, DDS,  opened Tooth Fairy Family Dental over 20 years ago in Plainsboro. Her daughter suggested the name and told her mother. Patients are not going to be afraid to visit the Tooth Fairy. Indeed many of her...
The Arts Council of Princeton and the Princeton Shopping Center will present the annual “Day of the Dead Celebration” on Nov. 3. The event will be held from 3-5 p.m. at the Princeton Shopping Center, which is located at 301...
Jake Austin Robertson, Princeton University (PU) class of 2015, with a BA in Slavic Languages and Literatures, is no bully, but nevertheless always makes me cry. The tears flow either from laughing so hard at his hilarious storytelling or being...
International singer-songwriter Sarah McQuaid performed at the Christ Congregation Church in Princeton on Oct. 19 in an event presented by the Princeton Folk Music Society. McQuaid takes traditional folk music and electric guitar to present a mix of folk music...
"Green Day’s American Idiot," a Pennington Players Production, was put on at Kelsey Theatre on the campus of Mercer County Community College in West Windsor. The musical opens on a group of three young adults: Johnny (Steven Brandt), Tunny (Brian...
Princeton University Concerts has been celebrating its 125th season. Each year, musicians from all over the globe visit Princeton University, where they  perform. Their work spans from different cultures and backgrounds that they share with the audiences. This year’s season has...
The McCarter Theatre Center continued the 2018-19 season with an original play from writer Dominique Morisseau, "Detroit ’67." The play opens on Chelle (Myxolydia Tyler), a young black woman who is sitting in a basement listening to her records. Her...
McCarter Theatre Center is pleased to announce four new board members to its Board of Trustees. Here are the four new board members and their occupations. Ben Hammond, Chief Financial Officer at The Lawrenceville School; Daniel Herscovici, Partner at Edison Partners; Arslan Mian,...
“Colloquy,” a mixed-media exhibition will be on display at the Taplin Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts in Princeton through Dec. 8. Presented by The Arts Council of Princeton, “Colloquy” will be curated by Anna Boothe and...
Assemblyman Andrew Zwicker, representing New Jersey’s 16th Legislative District (Somerset, Mercer, Middlesex, Hunterdon counties), was initially perplexed. Why was he was being bugged (as in pestered) about a bug (a germ)? Earlier in the year, people were trying to get...
First-time filmmaker Matej Silecky had his first documentary, "Baba Babee Skazala ," premiere at the Fall 2018 New Jersey Film Festival on Oct. 7 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. "Baba Babee Skazala ," is a documentary that centers around...
Music Mountain Theatre (MMT) in Lambertville continued the second season when "Curtains" opened on Oct. 5. Directed by Michael Moeller, the musical comedy was so much fun to watch as MMT put on a wonderful performance. Taking place in 1959 at...
Closing out the Pegasus Theatre Company’s 2018 season is "Human Error," an original play by Eric Pfeffinger. "Human Error" is described as a political comedy with the "aggressively divisive rhetoric so rife in our society today." The play, which was held...
Sustainability was on the menu at the Restaurants for Tomorrow workshop that was recently held at Princeton University’s First Campus Center. A total of 60 attendees, including several Princeton area businesses, learned of New Jersey’s sustainability incentives, green best practices...
Kip Berman, a local singer and songwriter, will showcase his talents and passion to Princeton. Berman, who used to be in the band, “The Pains of Being Pure at Heart,” has gone solo and will play songs from his new...
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