Monday, September 16, 2019

Fight in the Museum: 10 questions with Louis Russomanno

Hamilton-based artist Louis Russomanno has one of the finest “eyes” for making art.

Hopewell Express July Letters to the Editor

Letters on: drug testing in schools; 'secretive' township council; doubts about BMS redevelopment process

What my week as a Metcalf Institute Fellow means for our readers

Assistant managing editor Rob Anthes spent the first week of June at Metcalf Institute’s Annual Science Immersion Workshop for Journalists, one of 10 Metcalf Fellows selected from hundreds of applicants from around the world.

Parting Shot: Learning traditions

The rituals surrounding the prom are mysterious and puzzling to my eyes

Schore to Please: Talking dirt

My Titusville garden had glorious, loamy soil so fecund that by midsummer, I’d need a machete to get out the front door. Then I moved to Hopewell Borough

Nature in the Valley: Nesting boxes a boon for threatened kestrels

Six boxes have already been occupied

Parting Shot: Pure Dawn by Pia de Jong

Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China was named one of the top five China books of 2014 by the Asia Society’s China File.

Fight in the Museum: 9 questions with Megan Uhaze

Uhaze’s paintings have a bold signature style. Her paintings are primarily in automotive paint, lacquer and acrylic on Masonite.

Complex Simplicity: DNA kits, the perfect encapsulation of the 21st century

My motivation was partly curiosity, partly the knowledge that we’d be helping expand the understanding of genetics, and partly that I’d get a cool DVD.

Robbinsville Advance Letters to the Editor: Don’t take the Pond Road Middle School PTA for...

This year, the Pond Road Middle School PTA has received about half of the donations and has almost half of the members that it had just four years ago, while serving roughly the same number of students. We are currently at a deficit of about $4,000 to meet the operating needs of this year’s budget.

Trending Stories

Kmart to close Hamilton location this year

Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.