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Vol. LXII, No. 17
 
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
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(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

“AFTER PARTY”: This blend of painting and fabric is from one of the most brilliant provinces in this Saturday’s world of art called Communiversity, Princeton senior Arzu Komili’s installation at the Lucas Gallery in the Lewis Center of the Arts at 185 Nassau Street. On view all this week through Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., along with photography by Princeton Senior Lena Newfeld, Ms. Komili’s exhibit uses fabric from the covered bazaar in her native city, Istanbul.

Put a Fine-Weather Wish on the Wish Tree for Saturday’s Town and Gown Festival

Stuart Mitchner

Money may not grow on trees but, according to a Princeton University senior from Istanbul, wishes do. While there were no wish trees at last year’s Communiversity, somewhere between then and now wishes and money came together on campus at 185 Nassau Street in the form of the Lewis Center of the Arts and in town at the corner of Witherspoon and Paul Robeson Place, where the new Arts Center is emerging from the chrysalis of its reconstruction.

Terra Momo Supplants Chez Alice as Princeton Public Library Cafe

Ellen Gilbert

The bread being broken at the Princeton Public Library cafe will have a different source beginning late Spring. After reviewing responses to its recent call for proposals, members of the PPL Board voted last Tuesday night to accept the plan submitted by the Terra Momo Restaurant Group.

Visiting Artists Help Students “Imagine the Possibilities”

Ellen Gilbert

“The writer experiences an event like a stone tossed into water,” said young adult books author Ann Turner as she began her recent workshop on historical fiction with seventh grade students at Princeton Day School.

Intentionality and the Fat Man: Appiah Talks About His New Book

Ellen Gilbert

Describing Experiments in Ethics “as a book that should matter to us all,” Labyrinth bookstore owner Dorothea von Moltke introduced its author, Kwame Anthony Appiah, the Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Philosophy and the Center for Human Values at Princeton University, at a book talk at the Nassau Street bookstore last Thursday.

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