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The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville Announces the Opening of the New Directions Center

The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville is pleased to announce the opening of the New Directions Center, an organization that aims to provide counseling, support, and psycho-educational opportunities to the Lawrence community and beyond.  The New Directions Center is a part of the Community Well—an organization whose goal is to offer services aimed at promoting wellness of mind, body, and spirit and to encourage a sense of purpose. Ultimately, the Community Well also aims to develop community through helping people to help people. 


The New Directions Center partners with Council for Relationships, a nonprofit organization with a mission to help people understand, respect, and improve the quality of important relationships in their lives by providing unsurpassed clinical care, clinical education, and training. Council for Relationships includes more than 60 therapists at 10 offices and community-based locations in the Greater Philadelphia area, providing counseling to families, couples, and individuals on a sliding fee scale. Currently, four of those therapists see clients at the New Directions Center.


In addition, the New Direction Center aims to offer other services such as educational events, support groups, and spiritual direction.  For more information, you may visit our website at


Appointments for counseling can be made by contacting Council for Relationships for an intake session at (215) 382-6680 X1, and requesting counseling sessions at the Lawrenceville New Directions Center.


For general questions, or questions about spiritual direction, contact the New Directions Center at or by phone at (609)896-1212.


For information about the Community Well, contact Karen Buda at or by phone at (609)896-1212.

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The Farmhouse Store Princeton Announces Rebrand and Unveils its Name Change to Homestead Princeton


September 15, 2017, Princeton, NJ. — Home furnishings and design destination, Homestead Princeton, formerly known as The Farmhouse Store Princeton, introduced the company’s new name, logo and revamped website.  The rebranding reflects both the evolution of the company as well as its vision for the future. 


Homestead Princeton co-owner, Ron Menapace commented: “We’re excited to roll out our new name and new look, and feel it celebrates our aesthetic, our vision and the customers we serve. I am delighted to take this opportunity to announce that The Farmhouse Store Princeton is now rebranded as Homestead Princeton.


Since its inception in 2012, Homestead Princeton has been a recognized and lauded leader in home design, furniture and gifts.  Homestead Princeton’s award-winning aesthetic has reflected the taste and preferences of its loyal fan base. 


“Our transformation begins with our name,” adds Homestead Princeton co-owner, Kristin Menapace.  “The Farmhouse Store has earned a reputation for a beautiful, yet affordable, design aesthetic and superior customer service.  At Homestead Princeton, we plan to build on these distinctions as we look towards our future”


Homestead Princeton’s new logo brings a sharp new visual identity, with an instantly recognizable iconic rooster image.  Often affiliated with honesty and moral fortitude, the rooster is also a universal symbol of renewal because it’s crowing announces the dawn of a new day – and with that, the potential for new possibilities.


About Homestead Princeton:


Since 2012, Homestead Princeton has established itself as New Jersey's premier independent gift and home furnishings destination.  Located in the heart of downtown Princeton, Palmer Square, Homestead Princeton has become known for affordable, high quality furniture, including its signature in-house brand of custom one-of-a-kind furniture crafted from vintage barnwood.


Homestead Princeton celebrates the legacy of old barns, preserving their legacy to give the precious natural resource -barnwood- a second life.  Due, in part, to their socially responsible and sustainable practices, Homestead Princeton is the only furniture store in New Jersey recognized as a "Sustainable Business" by the New Jersey Sustainable Business Initiative (NJSBI). 


Homestead Princeton is owned and operated by Princeton residents, Kristin and Ron Menapace. 


Homestead Princeton has been named as "Best of NJ" by New Jersey Monthly as Best Home Décor Store.  In 2017, Home Accents Today's honored the store as 1 of their 50 Retail Stars by editors of the premier trade magazine for the home accents industry.  Homestead Princeton is the only store honored in New Jersey.


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Hopewell Theater Re-opens, Announces Fall Lineup of Music, Entertainment and Indie Films

The landmark Hopewell Theater has re-opened after undergoing an extensive eight-month fit-out renovation, which includes a new lobby, box office, concession stand, as well as a state-of-the-art cinema system with surround sound, prep kitchen, and expanded theater seating area and balcony. Now fully refitted as a deluxe showcase for music, cinema and the performing arts, the Hopewell Theater will serve as an intimate arts venue and gathering place for the greater Hopewell Valley area.


The theater lobby now features a full concession stand where patrons can purchase gourmet small plates and deserts along with traditional theater snacks such as popcorn and candy.  The Theater has hand-picked its menu from a variety of local, favorite restaurants that will present special dishes at the concession stand, including Brick Farm Market, The Bent Spoon and The Peasant Grill. Patrons can enjoy a meal or snack during the show in comfortable cabaret-style banquette seats, leather chairs with tables, or traditional plush fixed theater seats. The theater’s sophisticated interior design is a mix of urban-style meets classic country with a sense of casual elegance.


The theater’s expanded vision includes a carefully-curated programming schedule that will showcase independent films, some followed by Director Q&A or paired with a reading or concert, and live music on a weekly basis performed by local and regional singer-songwriters.  There will also be TED-style talks and a variety of discussions from books to visual arts to self-improvement and wellness.  Audiences will have access to talent through the intimate productions offered.  Artists will have access to the theater which will be rented out during the day to encourage adult artists, musicians, filmmakers and artist networks who need a home to either practice, show work, or come together to create.


The theater’s fall program schedule features a unique blend of musical genres, movies and multimedia experiences including the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Short Film Tour, the Alloy Orchestra playing musical accompaniment to the classic film “The Lost World”, performances by literary songsmith Dan Bern, Cajun/Creole musicians The Bunkhouse Boys, and more.


Coming to the Hopewell Theater:



Sept. 14 - Christine Tobin

Sept. 21 - Kaki King

Sept. 28 – Antje Duvekot

Oct. 5 – The Bailsmen

Oct. 12 – Driftwood

Oct. 20 – Bennett Wales and The Relief

Oct. 26 - Amythyst Kiah

Nov. 2 – Isle of Klezbos

Nov. 10 – Bunkhouse Boys

Nov. 16 – Dan Bern



Sept. 8-13 - Whose Streets

Sept. 12 - May it Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers

Sept. 15 - NY Film Critics Series: Year by the Sea

Sept. 15 +16 - The Lure

Sept. 16 + 17 - Napping Princess

Sept. 24 - Arthouse Theater Day: Revolting Rhymes

Sept. 24 - Arthouse Theater Day: Martha & Niki

Sept. 24 - Arthouse Theater Day: The Road Movie

Oct. 7  - Sex & Broadcasting: a film about WFMU + discussion

Nov. 4 - Discovery and Adoption: the Hanji Box


Live Multimedia

Sept 22 - Alloy Orchestra Plays The Lost World

Oct. 21 - Experience Pine Barrens: Film + Discussion



Hopewell’s historic theater is being re-launched by the production team of Sara Scully, and business partner Mitchel Skolnick. Scully oversaw the fit-out renovation and will serve as Executive Director.


“Our aim is that this theater will serve a wide range of artists and community members and be a resource and intimate, inviting sanctuary to enjoy the arts,” says Scully.



Sara Scully, ScullyOne Productions has been a Producer and Social Entrepreneur for nearly twenty years, creating comprehensive multi-media projects for clients that build community, increase awareness, and encourage creative participation. ScullyOne founded the ACME Screening Room, an independent cinema space nearly a decade ago, and developed a unique and intimate program that brought the world of indie film to life with screenings and guest artist Q&A’s and exhibitions.  ScullyOne has also provided business and communications planning for arts and community organizations.  Prior to founding ACME Screening Room, Sara Scully worked in documentary film production and children’s educational programming for clients like Scholastic Publishing, WNET and HBO.



Mitchel Skolnick has been partner of Blue Stone Farms since 1997 and a supporter of arts and music.



About the Hopewell Theater


The Hopewell Theater offers a range of unique cultural experiences, from independent film and live music to guest speakers, artists and performances. Patrons can dine-in on small plates from local restaurants or just come for the show. A landing spot, a launch pad, and an incubator, the Hopewell Theater is also a place where artists can play, practice, perform or show their passion project on the big screen. The theater is available to rent, at both hourly and day-rates.


Tickets can be purchased online at or at the box office at 5 S Greenwood Ave, Hopewell, NJ.  Box office can be reached by phone at 609-466-1964.


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Meals on Wheels of Mercer County Announces Launch of New Brand Identity

NATIONAL BRAND ASSOCIATION promises to elevate mission awareness


Ewing, NJ (September 2017) – Meals on Wheels of Mercer County, today announced its official launch of its new brand identity to join Meals on Wheels programs across the country in their efforts to build the capacity needed to serve the rapidly growing demand for nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks.


The national Meals on Wheels branding, the result of extensive research and development by Meals on Wheels America and Duffy & Partners in 2015, is designed to more clearly and evocatively convey Meals on Wheels as a vital safety net addressing senior isolation and hunger, and to establish a consistent look and feel for programs that historically have not shared a common brand. Since it was introduced, the national brand has gained recognition from Paste Magazine, the Transform Magazine Awards and the American Business Awards.


“We are very excited to unveil our new branding to the Mercer County community” said Sasa Olessi Montaño, Executive Director of Meals on Wheels of Mercer County. “Branding with our national organization gives a visual to our alignment with a broader, national movement. It reaffirms our commitment to maintaining the high standards expected from a national affiliate, and opens up more opportunities for our local organization at the national level.  It also identifies us with other Meals on Wheels affiliates all over the country who have also rebranded.”


As part of the rebranding, Meals on Wheels of Mercer County has unveiled a new logo, a new website, new marketing materials, and new colors; blue and green.


“This new identity symbolizes the power found in people coming together—a forward movement—where the wheels of urgency generate an energy that is central to the very essence of the organization, just as the ‘M’ and ‘W’ are essential to the most beloved and recognized name that Meals and Wheels evokes,” said Joe Duffy, Creative Director at Duffy & Partners. “In my 30 years in this business, I have never been more proud to extend our hand in using the power of design to contribute to the enrichment of lives for so many." To learn more about the meaning behind Meals on Wheels’ visual identity, watch this video.


Meals on Wheels of Mercer County joins more than 100 fellow Meals on Wheels programs serving vulnerable seniors across the country. To learn more about how the new identity will take shape, visit


About Meals on Wheels of Mercer County

Meals on Wheels of Mercer County is a comprehensive nutrition program committed to providing nutritious meals, and related services, which are designed to promote the independence, dignity, health and wellbeing of our homebound customers. We currently deliver meals to over 300 homebound individuals in the Mercer County area, with the help of a large group of caring and committed volunteers. Last year we served over 70,000 meals to the Mercer County community.

Participants receive one hot meal, with an additional small cold meal per day, Monday through Friday, including weekend meals. As a comprehensive nutrition program, Meals on Wheels of Mercer County also offers nutrition counselling and education, shelf-stable groceries once a month, “Blizzard Bags” for inclement weather, and pet food for our recipients’ furry companions.


About Meals on Wheels America

Meals on Wheels America is the oldest and largest national organization supporting the more than 5,000 community-based senior nutrition programs across the country that are dedicated to addressing senior hunger and isolation. This network exists in virtually every community in America and, along with more than two million volunteers, delivers the nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks that enable America’s seniors to live nourished lives with independence and dignity. By providing funding, leadership, research, education and advocacy support, Meals on Wheels America empowers its local member programs to strengthen their communities, one senior at a time. For more information, or to find a Meals on Wheels provider near you, visit

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Specialized Physical Therapy, LLC Announces the Fitness Athlete Fix

Attention Fitness Athletes!! Announcing the Fitness Athlete Fix. Perform optimally, Avoid Injury, Achieve PR's!

Special Labor Day Holiday offer: 25% off if ordered between 9/5/17-9/12/17. In-office or on-site examinations available. Call 609-880-0880 for more details. #fitness #athlete #crossfit #endurance


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American Repertory Ballet Announces 2017-2018 Nutcracker Performance at Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

NEW BRUNSICK, N.J. — American Repertory Ballet, New Jersey’s premier professional ballet company, is pleased to announce it will return to Patriots Theater at the War Memorial in Trenton during its 2017-2018 season to present Nutcracker. Led by Artistic Director Douglas Martin, American Repertory Ballet is recognized as presenters of the finest ballet to the residents of New Jersey and beyond. For more information about these performances please visit:; tickets are on sale now.



American Repertory Ballet brings the beloved classic Nutcracker to the stage with Tchaikovsky’s magnificent score, thrilling choreography and a cast of more than 100. A holiday tradition for more than 50 years (1964), American Repertory Ballet’s Nutcracker is one of the longest, continuously running Nutcracker productions in the nation. Directed by Artistic Director Douglas Martin, ARB’s professional company will be joined by select students from Princeton Ballet School to tell the story of a young girl named Clara and how a mysterious gift from her Uncle Drosselmeyer brings about enchanted dreams and fantastical scenes. American Repertory Ballet’s Nutcracker is a perfect holiday treat for your entire family!


Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

SHOW TIME: Saturday, December 2, 2017, at 2:00 p.m.

TICKET PRICES: $20/35/45

LOCATION: Patriots Theater at the War Memorial, Trenton N.J.


Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

1 Memorial Drive

Trenton, NJ 08608

(609) 984-8484


American Repertory Ballet’s mission is to bring the joy, beauty, artistry and discipline of classical and contemporary dance to New Jersey and beyond through artistic and educational programs, presented by a financially responsible organization.

For more information about American Repertory Ballet and these performances please visit:

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Municipality of Princeton Announces Customer Service Department 'Access Princeton'

The Municipality of Princeton is proud to announce that it has created a new department called Access Princeton.  The idea is to offer superior customer service to its residents. 

The town has also partnered with SeeClickFix - an application where residents can report to the town everything from missed trash pickups to storm-water clogs, broken streetlights and signs, downed trees and unsafe buildings, all non-emergency issues.  Click here to submit a report.

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An Important Announcement Regarding RiverStone Kitchen and Bath Design
Name Change - Same Excellant Design

 After six years of partnership, RiverStone Kitchen and Bath has divided and expanded into Martin Builders & Renovators, a full service construction company and Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design.

Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design will continue specializing in creating distinctive kitchens and baths.  We will continue with our full service design studio located in Pennington, NJ.

Our name has changed, but our commitment to the design of beautiful and functional home spaces is the same.

Please stop by the Blue Lotus Kitchen and Bath Design studio or visit our social media pages: FaceBook, Houzz, Twitter, and Pinterest.


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Dr. Edward H. Feldman, D.C., C.N.
Specialized Physical Therapy, LLC
St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center