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The “Sauce for the Goose Market” is returning to Princeton for the 25th consecutive year. Located in the Princeton Shopping Center, next to Metropolis Spa & Solon on 301 Harrison Street, the market will feature items from local artisans and...
Princeton Councilmember Heather Howard has a bug. She is contagious and has infected her own teenaged son, several Princeton University students, and countless members of the Princeton community, including Pam Hersh. There is no vaccination for this bug – nor would...
Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre will continue its holiday offerings with what has become a Kelsey tradition. The Kelsey Players present “ 'Twas the Night Before Christmas” on Dec. 7 at 7 p.m., Dec. 8 at 1 p.m....
The fourth annual Princeton Independent Film Festival (PRINDIE) has made its way back to Princeton. The festival will run from from Nov. 14-17. With films screening throughout the town of Princeton at various locations, such as the Princeton Garden Theatre, the...
Music Mountain Theatre started off its holiday season with the first of two productions. “A Christmas Story: The Musical.” The show opened on Nov 9 and will continue through Nov. 25 in Lambertville. The classic Christmas film from 1983 is brought...
I am horrified to admit it took a monster to expose my literary deficit disorder (LDD). During the past few weeks, I came to the very scary realization that I am one of “those” people who in recent weeks have...
Benjamin Franklin made his way over to the Logan Inn in New Hope, Pa., for Mountaintop Marketing’s Historical Event on Nov. 7. Rob Divito portrayed Ben Franklin and entertained and educated guests at the reenactment dinner that the Logan Inn...
“The Best of Your Lies,” an album by Owen Lake and the Tragic Loves is set to release on Nov. 30. Prior to the release of the album, Owen Lake is set to perform a release show this Saturday, Nov....
“In Wildness…,” a collection of paintings from French artist Silvère Boureau, are being presented in a show at the Nassau Club in Princeton through Jan. 6. The paintings are referred to as “plein air paintings” by Boureau, which means they...
Sitting on a bench in Nassau Presbyterian Church on Saturday evening Nov. 3 was emotional and surreal for me, an experience that was hard to describe. One might say it was beyond words. It took me a few minutes to absorb...
Princeton University Concerts will welcome renowned concert pianist Orli Shaham along with the Westerlies Brass Quartet this Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Richardson Auditorium to present “Baby Got Bach: Bring on the Brass!” “Baby Got Bach” is a family concert...
“Charley’s Aunt,” premiered at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in Madison on Oct. 27. Written by Brandon Thomas in late 19th-century Britain, the production broke a historical record after running for more than four years in London. Set at St....
Opening the George Street Playhouse’s second season at their interim theater on College Farm Road comes "The Trial of Donna Caine," an original play from Walter Anderson, the former editor-in-chief of Parade magazine and current chairman and CEO of...
My bucket list would require very little money, just a lot of luck and chutzpah: Serve as the communications director in the Office of the White House when my oldest grandchild (she is almost 12) becomes president of the...
J.B. Simmons, who is the author of seven novels, is changing his writing style as he prepares for the upcoming release of his new young adult series. “The Blue Tower,” which is the first in his planned series of five...
Co-directed, produced by and starring John Lennon and Yoko Ono, the 1972 film “Imagine” has returned to movie theaters around the country. Recently screening in Asbury Park at the Showroom Cinema, the film has been remastered with additional content restored...
“A Raisin In The Sun,” the 1959 drama from Lorraine Hansberry, premiered Oct. 19 at the Kelsey Theatre on the campus of Mercer County Community College in West Windsor. Set on the southside of Chicago in the early 1950’s, the...
Princeton resident and author Lauren B. Davis recently released her new book, “The Grimoire of Kensington Market.” Per the press release: “Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s ‘The Snow Queen,’ and woven through with northern folk tales, 'The Grimoire of Kensington...
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