Sunday, January 26, 2020

Peter Dabbene: Candy’s now part of this complete breakfast

After so many years near each other, it seems there’s been a notable amount of after-hours fraternization between cereal and candy, resulting in a new crop of cereals that wear their sugared unhealthfulness as a badge of honor

Robin Schore: Cats, not the musical

About three months ago, the cat infestation crossed the digital barrier into my reality when we acquired two kittens from a local shelter.

Sciarrotta: Another Star Wars column

If you watch television, use social media, know a nerd or have a pulse, you probably know that the final film in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, The Rise of Skywalker, was released in late December.

Pia de Jong: The Real Man

The disgusting way men eat is a window into their empty souls

Change comes from action, not thoughts and prayers

But thoughts and prayers, especially from politicians and public figures, are not enough. They will never be enough, because they’re shallow and meaningless.

Roommates by Chance, Friends for Life

Back in 1978 when Grease was the word (was the word was the word), Jimmy Carter was our president, regular gas cost 63 cents a gallon, and the price...

Ewing Then and Now: The first school for the deaf in N.J.

The “stone house on the hill” from last month’s column sits on the campus of the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf — another institution worthy of consideration.

The gospel of wealth from Scotsman Andrew Carnegie

Carnegie Hall, the Carnegie Corporation, the Carnegie Hero Fund, the Peace Palace in The Hague, Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie libraries, and I can go on and on. Andrew Carnegie left his mark everywhere. Even in Princeton, where he left Lake Carnegie for the crew team.

If you’re up, get me a Camel

Americans like to say that behind every great fortune is a great crime. But that is hard for me to imagine as I walk through the bucolic Duke Farms on this sunny autumn day.

Mayor Fried: Project Freedom coming to Town Center South

Mayor Dave Fried has announced that Robbinsville Township will donate approximately 10 acres in Town Center South along Route 33 to Project Freedom.

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