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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Accutane Dangers Still Exist

For years, there have been countless trends and new products to emerge to help minimize or cure acne.  From the Ancient Egyptians using sulfur to individuals today using over the counter products, the “perfect” cure for acne has yet to be discovered. However, in 1982, Roche Pharmaceuticals developed what they thought would be the cure… Continue Reading

Finding Meaning in the Fight

“Mattress Girl” and rape survivor Emma Sulkowicz is still gaining hordes of media attention months after her attack happened on the Columbia University main campus. Called “an expression of art”, the action of carrying around a mattress that symbolically represents her rape is an act not yet seen in our (supposedly) progressive society. Why is… Continue Reading

Stars and Stripes Forever

Stars and Stripes Forever                 48 years ago at the young age of 19, Joseph Rondinone enlisted in the United States Army and would serve in the Vietnam War for one year of his life. This decision was one that his father had made in the 1940s during WWII, and one his stepson would make… Continue Reading

Renovated Stangl Factory Sparks Increased Business in Flemington’s Historic District

Over the past twenty years Flemington, New Jersey, formerly an agriculturally based town, has seen a decrease in mom and pop shops and an upswing in the building of mega-stores and strip malls, chain restaurants and parking lots.  However, a second shift is starting to take place. Particularly with the renovation of the Stangl pottery… Continue Reading

In the fight for racial equality, theater is one step behind

By Jonathan Edmondson A few months ago, the Broadway world exploded with chatter about changes coming to “The Phantom of the Opera,” the Great White Way’s longest running musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The show, which has been running since 1988, rarely garners headlines anymore. However, the announcement of theater veteran Norman Lewis taking over… Continue Reading

The 5 Most “Under-the-Radar” Female Performers on Broadway Right Now

The 5 Most “Under-the-Radar” Female Performers on Broadway Right Now By Jonathan Edmondson The Broadway community is currently abuzz with anticipation over the fall season. Theater veterans like Nathan Lane and celebrities such as Hugh Jackman and Bradley Cooper will be taking the stage in much talked about productions. While audiences will certainly flock to… Continue Reading