TRENTON'S GOT TALENT
In Trenton, a city that always seems full of potential, Joe Kuzemka has made a business marketing the city itself and managing its most popular annual events: Art All Night, the Punk Rock Flea Market, and the Capital City Food Truck Battle, as well as this summer's 10-week Levitt AMP Music Concert series.
Beyond Kuzemka's reach, the arts are also blossoming in other areas of the capital city.
Reviews Are In: "Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express," adapted by Ken Ludwig and on stage at McCarter through April 2, is earning rave reviews, including one from U.S. 1's Simon Saltzman.
Movies That Matter: Ilene Dube previews the Princeton Environmental Film Festival, which takes place March 27 through April 2 at the Princeton Public Library and Garden Theater.
INSIDE U.S. 1 NEWSPAPER
WHAT'S IN THE ECHO?
The March edition of the Princeton Echo -- available now on newsstands and at Mercerspace.com covers money, music, and more.
Julia Case-Levine tells the story of Bradley Snider, a Princeton senior who won $246,000 in a poker tournament and is taking his math skills to Wall Street. Richard K. Rein tells the story of Jay Regan, a hedge fund manager inspired by blackjack.
Dan Bauer introduces us to Nicholas Coasboom -- a 20-year-old budding musician who can be seen with his congas at Mediterra and Small World.
And Vincent Xu explains how a proposed B&B on Cherry Hill Road was turned down -- and how it started a debate on AirBnB in Princeton.
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