Sunday, July 5, 2020

Complex Simplicity: We wish you a More Efficient Christmas

Soon, you will probably find yourself searching for a parking spot at a crowded mall, wearing out the magnetic strips on your credit cards, and puzzling over the perfect...

Schore to Please: Liar-In-Chief Disease

Every day it’s the same thing. I begin my breakfast of shredded wheat, peanut butter and sardines, open the newspaper, and read the latest about the LIC

Needs More Tacos: Hamilton got more tacos

Most of the time, this column has been called Needs More Tacos. For a while, it was called Four More Things, but when it was called that, it was...

Thomas Kelly: 11 questions with Hanneke de Neve

Hanneke de Neve is represented by The Artful Deposit Gallery in Bordentown and 1st Dibs Gallery in NYC. A Hamilton resident, she will be showing her work at the Fine Art & Crafts Show at Brookdale Park in Bloomfield Oct. 19 and 20.

You Only Live Once — Be Careful

Two weeks ago I went on a road trip with my friend Whitney to Ocean City, Maryland. We spent the weekend on the beach goofing off on the boardwalk...

My Virtual Friends

It’s never too late in life to make new friends, but at my age, it is a bit unusual to have three new friends, especially ones with whom I...

Ewing Recreation July 2015

Ewing is hosting the USA Women’s National Softball team July 10-11. Only July 10, there will be a clinic at Armstrong Park during the day, followed by a dinner...

Good Lies, Bad Lies

My subject this week is children and lying, so it’s appropriate that we just celebrated Presidents Day. The legend of George and the cherry tree is supposed to extol...

Looking Back: Wally Byam Comes to West Windsor

Following World War II, family camping became a popular way to spend at least part of your summer vacation. Compared to a resort hotel or something that required travel...

Letter to the editor: Give DREAMers a chance

If DACA proved anything, it’s that immigrants’ dreams can brighten our future, rather than threaten it.

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