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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...

Food for thought: The members of Princeton University’s dining staff work together to feed...

By Philip Sean Curran    Inside a wood-paneled dining hall on the Princeton University campus, Smitha Haneef is sitting before a plate of food, and she...

From Rome with a love for food: Katie Parla will discuss her career as...

By Anthony Stoeckert    When Katie Parla graduated from Yale in 2002, she saw her classmates embark on careers in investment banking, or jobs with the...

LOOSE ENDS: Let’s all go to the movies, with Bill Lockwood

By Pam Hersh    Watching a movie without longtime Princetonian Bill Lockwood is like eating popcorn without the melted butter and salt. His commentary always is...

McCarter names Debbie Bisno resident producer

   McCarter Theatre Center’s Resident Playwright/Artistic Director Emily Mann and Managing Director Timothy J. Shields have announced Debbie Bisno as the theater’s new resident producer.    Ms....

WHAT’S IN STORE: Jammin Crepes, fresh and local "fast food"

By Rich Fisher    What started on a train station parking lot has blossomed into one of Princeton’s most unique and fun-to-visit eateries.    Located at 20 Nassau...

Spectacular show welcomes Chinese New Year at McCarter Theatre

An audience of more than 1,000 helped celebrate the incoming Year of the Monkey at a Chinese New Year Spectacular show at McCarter Theatre. The...

Economically Speaking: Nobel Prize winner Angus Deaton will discuss his new book at Princeton...

By Philip Sean Curran    Light rain fell outside the third-floor office where Angus Deaton works in Wallace Hall on the Princeton University campus, an office...

WHAT’S IN STORE: Getting spicy at the Savory Spice Shop

By Rich Fisher    The Savory Spice Shop of Princeton is aptly named, for the moment one walks into the establishment, they want to savor the...

Making memories with music: Adam Ezra’s house concerts in Princeton promise to be special

By Anthony Stoeckert    Adam Ezra’s life as a musician takes him all over the country, making music and meeting his fans, but there is one...

SHOP TALK: Pins & Needles, A vacation resort for the mind

By Rich Fisher    In a world that has become obsessed by screens, be they on computers, TVs or cell phones, stress release becomes increasingly important....

HEALTH MATTERS: What to expect when you are hospitalized

By Dr. Kathryn Robison    When you or someone you love is hospitalized, it can understandably cause you to worry. But learning about what to expect...
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