Author: Tom Wilk

When Numbers Don’t Compute

November 13, 2018

A professor of computer science at Princeton University, Brian Kernighan has written a new book that features math errors collected from other published works.

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The 16th annual Atlantic City Airshow, a showcase of aerial excellence and precision flying, soars into AC Wednesday, August 22.

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Dominick Mazzagetti's book, "The Jersey Shore: The Past, Present & Future of a National Treasure", traces the region’s development from colonial times through the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

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New Jersey women have shaped the direction of the state and the nation. The New Jersey Women’s Heritage Trail features 94 sites that help tell the story of their achievements.

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Want to get away? You don't have to stray far to have a good time with these overnight experiences at establishments throughout the state.

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From minerals to history to music and more, these New Jersey museums have plenty to offer.

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A Princeton professor's book, Face Value, explores the importance and power of a first impression.

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A new book explains how the Shore was an economic and social laboratory for civil rights after slavery ended.

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Nine new 2017 books to read at the beach this summer, including Abandon Me by Melissa Febos, Hourglass by Dani Shapiro, The Idiot by Elif Batuman and more.

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Get off the road and into the woods on Jersey’s family-friendly bikeways.

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