Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The future is now: HQ Trivia’s dystopian present

Every night, a million people are ushered into a waiting room, where primal, hypnotic music lulls them into a trance. It sounds like something out of a dystopian future. It’s now. It’s called HQ Trivia.

Letter: seeking someone to fight for us

While party affiliation may color how we view every issue, residents of New Jersey’s 4th Congressional District should all agree on one thing: There is now a bipartisan case for replacing Chris Smith.

Fried: an update on the state of our township

The 2018 State of Robbinsville Township Pay it Forward event is almost here.

From Robbinsville schools: fighting for our fair share

The Robbinsville Board of Education and a small army of citizens have once again banded together in solidarity to continue the fight for our fair share of state aid.

Princeton Echo readers sound off on school funding

Princeton Echo readers share their thoughts on school funding.

Parting Shot: angels in my life

‘Angels in America’ provides a compelling answer to anyone who thinks that everything used to be better.

Complex Simplicity: In memory of stuff

When entering someone’s home for the first time, my wife, who’s in the construction and renovation trade, tends to notice architectural details, followed by decorative choices. I notice the stuff.

How ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ helped me face depression

Monmouth University hosted a Bruce Springsteen Symposium last month, where Hamilton Post columnist Samantha Sciarrotta presented a lecture on how "Darkness on the Edge of Town" helped her face her depression.

Bear Tavern principal shares inclusive approach to green initiatives

several principals are initiating projects that engage local businesses, nonprofits and community members. Bear Tavern Principal Chris Turnbull explains further in this month's column.

Schore to Please: stormy Hopewell’s stripped trees

Forty years ago we had about 40 trees in our less-than-half-acre backyard. Now we have 4-½ trees.

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Acme set to close in Lawrence Shopping Center

The Lawrence Shopping Center will lose a major tenant next month when the Acme grocery store closes its doors in late August.