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LOOSE ENDS 4/9: Phyllis Marchand

By Pam Hersh “Breaking News” said the news alert that popped up on my phone. “Baseball’s Opening Day matchup between the Washington Nationals and the...

LOOSE ENDS 4/2: James G. Demetriades, CEO and president of Penn Medicine Princeton Health

By Pam Hersh I tried to channel Oprah Winfrey interviewing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when I spoke with James G. Demetriades, the new CEO...

LOOSE ENDS 3/26: Climate Initiative

By Pam Hersh Friday, March 19, the windy day before the arrival of spring, blew me away when I had the good fortune to bump...

LOOSE ENDS 3/19: Middle school renaming

By Pam Hersh I was supposed to write about COVID’s one-year anniversary, an event that received an overwhelming amount of attention all over the world....
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LOOSE ENDS 3/12: Spencer Reynolds

By Pam Hersh I am in a daze over all the celebratory days that exist among the 59 days that make up February and March....

LOOSE ENDS 3/5: Princeton Community Housing Eddie Glaude

By Pam Hersh Yes, Eddie Glaude Jr. is an internationally renowned scholar, who speaks to the complex social, racial and economic dynamics of the American...

LOOSE ENDS 2/26: Lilienthal and Barros

By Pam Hersh The last remaining artifact in the window of the now defunct Landau’s Woolens store on Nassau Street in Princeton is an Albert...
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LOOSE ENDS 2/19: Valentine’s Day: Eleni and Ryan

By Pam Hersh In honor of Valentine’s Day, I declare my love for something that has sustained and inspired me during the darkest days of...

LOOSE ENDS 2/12: Arts Council of Princeton artists Ken Lewis and Kal ‘El Dream...

By Pam Hersh This past year of virtual reality has been filled with bizarre reality. For example: 1. I am a COVID-shot seeking psycho, who as...

LOOSE ENDS 2/5: Princeton Councilwoman Michelle Pirone Lambros

By Pam Hersh The week of Jan. 18 was jam-packed with two emotionally intense celebrations: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 18 and...

LOOSE ENDS 1/29: Stanley Katz

By Pam Hersh In these recent times of unbearable political anxiety, I have relied on three things for comfort and sustenance: 1. Cheetos; 2. Music; 3....

LOOSE ENDS 1/22: Jack Morrison

By Pam Hersh The last time I saw Princeton businessman and entrepreneur Jack Morrison was at the gym – one year ago. A few weeks prior...

Loose Ends 1/15: Crystal Pruitt

By Pam Hersh Twelve months ago, I attended the municipal reorganization meeting of the Franklin Township Council that featured, among other agenda items, the swearing...

LOOSE ENDS 1/8: Michael La Place and Liz Lempert

By Pam Hersh The virtual farewell party for Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, the first mayor of consolidated Princeton, featured 90 minutes of teary-eyed speeches about...

LOOSE ENDS 1/1/2021: Dohm Alley comes alive

By Pam Hersh In this year of big tragedies and anxieties, I preferred complaining about small irritations in life. These proved to be perfect conversation...

LOOSE ENDS 12/25: Princeton Trivia is not trivial

By Pam Hersh I am trying to get a date with Josh Ellis for New Year’s Eve. Totally irrelevant are the facts that he is...

LOOSE ENDS 12/18: Steve Kornacki and Ingrid Reed

By Pam Hersh In New Jersey, Steve Kornacki has achieved Bruce Springsteen rock-star status among the politically passionate and electoral nerdy set. His chinos are...
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LOOSE ENDS 12/11: Laura Fuchs

By Pam Hersh Since masks became part of my daily COVID makeup, I have joked how they made me look much better than any pre-COVID...
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