The beginning of the school year also marks the beginning of the season for many of the Princeton area's numerous arts organizations. U.S 1's reporters preview the coming offerings from local and regional theaters, music from classical to jazz and modern, art museums and galleries, and dancers of all types.
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At Princeton University Art Museum: "A Material Legacy: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection of Contemporary Art," on view through October 30, features work by Edmund de Waal, Mark di Suvero, Katharina Grosse, Damien Hirst, Anish Kapoor, Matthew Ritchie, Julian Schnabel, Richard Serra, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Kara Walker, and Kehinde Wiley, among others. Ilene Dube reports.
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Supti Bhattacharya, who became a partner at the law firm Hill Wallack in April, is one of a limited number of lawyers in central New Jersey familiar enough with South Asian culture to successfully deal with a thorny issue like divorce. She said clients from Indian backgrounds have very different needs and expectations than people who were raised in more Western households.
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