Sunday, January 24, 2021

After tough year, HoVal businesses hoping for more luck in ’21

With revenues down and the future uncertain, area businesses are constantly looking for new ways to reach customers

2020 a mix of missed and new opportunities for local musicians

The past year has been challenging for music venues and for the musicians who have been unable to play live events. Both hope that with Covid-19 vaccines now approved for distribution, things will be different soon

Bend in the River: Bordentown and the dawn of innovation

At the end of the 18th century, the revolution that brought independence was now directed on industry.

Plainsboro Mask Squad sews for a cause

What started as a couple of friends trying to do some good during a pandemic turned into thousands of masks sewn by dozens of volunteers.

A look at arts in Hamilton Township public schools

Hamilton Township School District superintendent Scott Rocco said student engagement powers arts and culture within the district.

Paige Dumont sets the stage for Hopewell Valley cross country

Dumont didn’t let weird get in her way as she enjoyed an outstanding campaign by going undefeated in the Bulldogs dual meets and finishing second in the NJSIAA Group III Central sectional meet

Vivia Font goes from the McCarter stage to small screen success

Font got her start acting in McCarter Theatre’s summer programs, but her next role will take her to the small screen in the Apple TV+ comedy “Love, Repeat,” which premiered Dec. 22

Ewing novelist Kate Francis brings mysteries to life with book series

Francis is the author of two mystery novels — Double Image, published in 2017, and Triple Damages in 2020.

‘Greatest Baker’ experience an inspiration for Hopewell’s Rebecca Kahme

Hopewell native Rebecca Kahme, 29, articipated in this year’s Greatest Baker online contest. Though she did not win, Kahme did reach the quarterfinals.

Princeton Learning Cooperative: The conveyor belt to success

Reflections on the difficulties with traditionally accepted definitions of “success.”

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.