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By Najeeb Riaz, M.D. Eating disorders are often characterized as conditions affecting young girls and women, but statistics show these conditions also impact a significant number of boys and men. However, due to stigma and cultural biases associated with eating disorders,...
A few weeks ago, I peaked in the window of the newly relocated Cranbury Station Gallery on Palmer Square--now at 10 Hulfish Street next to Jazams--for a glimpse of artwork by my favorite Princeton landscape artist, Kathleen Maguire Morolda...
Asbury Park is moving forward as an emerging visual hub for new age artists as the community immerses itself in contemporary culture. Today, animated murals adorn the sides of haunting infrastructures, which are now insecure from the impact of natural...
Musicians on a Mission, a local nonprofit organization, had two of its local bands performing at the Monmouth County Fair on July 27. The organization, which was founded in 2010, was conceived with the goal of using the power...
A show that is anything but fun for all families, William Shakespeare’s, ‘Titus Andronicus,’ premiered on  July 18 at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey that is located on the campus of Drew University in Madison. The dark and chilling...
William Shakespeare’s, Romeo and Juliet, is now in production at the Heritage Center Theatre in Morrisville, Pa., until July 29. The classic tale of star-crossed lovers is anything but perfect as the Heritage Center Theatre’s cast put on a disappointing...
Robert Murphy is a man of few words. The philosophy guiding his professional life as a fitness facility management professional can be summed up in just a few of his words: “Well done is better than well said,” said Rob,...
A night of laughs, romance and deceit were the common themes when The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s ‘The Servant of Two Masters’ came to life on their outdoor stage on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth...
Great news. It’s back. Like a zombie, the consolidation controversy has risen from its death declaration a few years ago in Princeton.  Once again, consolidation is the source of energetic debate in my life. After Princeton Borough and Princeton Township voted to...
“I want the seat with the view,” said my granddaughter visiting me last week. The seat, far from the seat in a helicopter bobbing up and down over the Rocky Mountains or the New York City skyscrapers, was located in...
On the evening of Sunday, July 15, the Westminster Choir College in Princeton played as the host to the French Baroque concert, ‘Les Agréments de Musique,’ at the Bristol Chapel on the school's campus. The French Baroque concert has been...
Pets - our faithful companions - serve as our attentive counterparts who listen to human conversation without interruption. Pets offer emotional support and contribute to a unique friendship dynamic separate from the reassurance that is offered from human relationships....
The second annual Mercer County Jazz Festival was held on July 7 at the Festival Grounds at Mercer County Park. The Festival, which lasted from 2 to 8 p.m. and is sponsored by Mercer County, featured a musical lineup of...
The Johnson Ferry House held its annual holiday event on July 4 at Washington Crossing State Park. This year’s event at the park that is located in Hopewell Township featured an early American ice cream making demonstration and live Patriotic...
Grab your snorkels and fins and dive into Music Mountain Theatre’s production of “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” which is now playing  through July 22. The Music Mountain Theatre is located on Route 179 in Lambertville. The 1989 Disney animated-musical, comes to...
Coining a first-of-its-kind persona, Howard Schoor has defined himself as a "trianglist." The inaugural term, introduced by Schoor himself, constitutes a Trianglist as an artist who uses triangles as the focal point, or at least the foundation, of abstract...
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? premiered at the Princeton Garden Theatre on Friday, June 22. The documentary, which lasted for roughly an hour and a half, centered around the public television star, Fred Rogers, and his work with children around...
Princeton resident, Elyse Pivnick, has an iron will, particularly when it comes to lead in the environment. She has dedicated much of her life to protecting children from lead poisoning and advocating for services for children already suffering from the...
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