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WHAT’S IN STORE: It’s all about the cheese at Olsson’s Fine Foods

By Rich Fisher    Rudie Smit offers his visitor a seat at the counter that looks upon the oft-congested Palmer Square West, which is quiet on...

LOOSE ENDS: A big laugh, and bigger dreams

By Pam Hersh    At first, I thought it was just the coffee at Starbucks that so energized me. After further scientific investigation, I deduced that...

LOOSE ENDS: Wowed by WOW

By Pam Hersh    The situation went from “wow” to “whoa, say it isn’t so.”    The Wondrous on Witherspoon (WOW) art gallery that popped up two months...

LOOSE ENDS: A golden time for the Ivy Inn

By Pam Hersh    The Ivy Inn at 248 Nassau St. gave itself a party on Saturday, Aug. 6, to celebrate a milestone birthday of 50...

MERCER COUNTY: All’s fair at the 4-H Fair

   Have you perfected a new skill or hobby this year? Maybe you started a project a while back and have finally finished it. You’re...

LOOSE ENDS: Seeking answers from the Third Sector

By Pam Hersh    After this past week’s tragic and traumatic events that broke records for flags flying half-staff (President Obama has ordered that flags fly...

LOOSE ENDS: Kean University will make educational platforms out of properties owned by Michael...

By Pam Hersh    Three Princeton properties that include an architect’s world-famous home and studio just sold for $20, quite an affordable housing coup. According to...

Princeton Summer Theater sets the stage for a new season

By Anthony Stoeckert    This year, Princeton Summer Theater is all about perspective. In choosing a theme for this season, artistic director Oge Ude is focusing...

LOOSE ENDS: Frank Porcaro offers a warm welcome, and a plate of food

By Pam Hersh    Thirty-five years ago this week, I met the then-37-year-old Frank Porcaro, renowned Princeton tailor and gardener of Carnahan Place. As a novice...

WHAT’S IN STORE: The Cranbury Bookworm is ready for its next chapter

By Rich Fisher    Besides his family, books are Andrew Feldman’s life. And the Cranbury Bookworm has taken up over half his life.    So Andrew is a...

LOOSE ENDS: Remembering Tink Bolster

By Pam Hersh    The final line of her obituary says:    ”Swim, bike, run, Tink! And when you rest, may it be in peace.”    Longtime Princeton resident Sarah...

LOOSE ENDS: He’s kept Princeton, Princeton

By Pam Hersh    Infrastructure: The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g., buildings, roads, and power supplies) needed for the operation of a society...

Food, robotics and body art: Arts Council hosts its annual ‘Pinot to Picasso’ fundraiser

By Philip Sean Curran    There was an intentional raw quality about the fundraiser Friday for the Arts Council of Princeton, an evening that was not...

Love means saying you’re sorry, a lot: A local author takes a humorous look...

By Anthony Stoeckert    Sarah Showfety’s first child was just a few months old when it occurred to her that she should apologize to the baby....

A life in music: For Eric Plutz, being the organist at the Princeton University...

By Philip Sean Curran    On Sunday mornings, Eric Plutz makes music that fills the Princeton University Chapel with the sound of an organ that is...

LOOSE ENDS: Celebrating Jewish life at Princeton University

By Pam Hersh    The Hebrew word seder meaning ‘order’ became an oxymoronic description of my disorderly Passover seder 2016. The service featured six overwhelmed parents,...

LOOSE ENDS: He wants to ride his bicycle

By Pam Hersh    Feature stories about Princeton residents making significant contributions to the community generally begin with the following descriptive phrase(s): “long-time Princeton resident,” “life-long...

Analyzing Norman Bates: ‘Psycho’ is the next movie in the Garden Theatre’s Prof Picks...

By Anthony Stoeckert    You might have seen “Psycho” before, but have you ever watched it with a psychiatrist?    Well, now you have a chance to see...
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