Monthly Archives: March 2011

She Could Have Danced All Night

Dear Reader, Since I started this blog in August of 2008, this has been the longest respite I’ve taken. Reader, forgive me, I’ve been living, but I promise to make it up to you with a flurry of blog posts … Continue reading

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The Influence of a Master

Often called “New Jersey’s Greatest Living Painter,” Mel Leipzig is also a beloved teacher, whose students take his classes again and again, even after receiving recognition in their field. The West Windsor Arts Center is privileged to be exhibiting “The … Continue reading

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Einstein’s Furniture tells his Story

Back in the 1970s, a series of books titled Nomadic Furniture promoted ideas about how to make lightweight beds, bookshelves and modules that were collapsible and easily reassembled for a peripatetic lifestyle. This kind of portable furniture would have been … Continue reading

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Winging it with Birds and Bees

The mission of the D&R Greenway is preserving land, plain and simple. But it is the way in which watershed lands and large-scale landscapes are saved from development that makes all the difference. Since its founding in 1989, the Princeton-based … Continue reading

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