Weekly Entertainment Guide - The Elixir of Love

Weekly Entertainment Guide - The Elixir of Love

Robin Bloom offers 17 suggestions for what to do this week!

Trenton makes, the world drives: N.J. historian lauds 'Magic' of America's first sports car

Trenton makes, the world drives: N.J. historian lauds 'Magic' of America's first sports car

On a recent Sunday in Princeton, those strolling along Witherspoon Street stopped to marvel at two vintage cars parked outside the Princeton Public Library. The 1920 canary yellow Mercer Raceabout and 1923 black Mercer

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Dancing to rhinoplasty: Matmos turned surgical sounds into music

Dancing to rhinoplasty: Matmos turned surgical sounds into music

The experimental electronic duo Matmos, comprised of M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, is known for sampling rather unusual objects and organisms, and even making music out of it.

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Practicing medicine in Haiti, when your best isn't enough
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Practicing medicine in Haiti, when your best isn't enough

Is care provided by a total rookie better than no care at all? A first-year pediatrics resident in Philadelphia speaks about an experience she had while working abroad.

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Don't look like a model? Give yourself a break and love the real you

I remember when I was 15 years old, body image was very important to me. At this age, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer that affected my lymph nodes — and my self confidence.

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FEMA accused of fraud in Hurricane Sandy insurance claims reviews

FEMA accused of fraud in Hurricane Sandy insurance claims reviews

In October, the Federal Emergency Management Agency offered to review insurance claims made after Hurricane Sandy due to allegations of fraud and abuse by government contractors. Six months later, new allegations suggest that

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Hacking your attention, for depression treatment

Hacking your attention, for depression treatment

"Fifty percent of people respond to therapy, and 50 percent of people respond to medication, they're not necessarily the same 50 percent."

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