Men of Steel

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A new museum will commemorate John Roebling and sons in the town named for them. By Ilene Dube    IT’S party time at the Brooklyn Bridge.    In May, thousands gathered to celebrate the 125th birthday of this marvel of engineering. And art lovers and tourists by the boatload have been flocking to the $15.5 million public …

Celebrating the Uncelebrated

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An exhibit at the D&R Greenway looks at preserving the spaces in between the historic sites. By Adam Grybowski PEOPLE love the now and the then, juxtaposed together,” says Jack Koeppel, curator of the D&R Greenway Land Trust exhibit Our Historic Landscape: Past, Present and…Future?, a series of turn-of-the-century photographs set against contemporary views of …

Season of Giving

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A recording of holiday music by Princeton choral groups is helping to reduce starvation in Africa. By Susan Van Dongen Just when it seemed we were never going to need our sweaters and boots again, cold nights and brisk days are here. Wreaths, lights and decorations are everywhere, cheering the darkness. Fires are crackling in the …

Legacy in Arts and Culture

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American Hungarian Foundation maintains its roots in central New Jersey. By Megan Sullivan    THE Potter Needle Factory opened on Somerset Street in New Brunswick nearly 100 years ago, its employees among the thousands of immigrants from Hungary, Ireland and Poland who moved to the area for its local industry and labor opportunities.    Today, the American …

Literary Gem

Princeton University is honoring ‘The Hudson Review’ on its 60th anniversary. By Adam Grybowski FOR a while in the 1950s, Ezra Pound, the poet and critic who had helped shape the careers of Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, and Robert Frost, wrote two or three letters a week to Frederick Morgan, the editor of The Hudson …

Literary Gem

Princeton University is honoring ‘The Hudson Review’ on its 60th anniversary. By Adam Grybowski    For a while in the 1950s, Ezra Pound, the poet and critic who had helped shape the careers of Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, and Robert Frost, wrote two or three letters a week to Frederick Morgan, the editor of The Hudson …