The planning for Quark Park, the 2005 version of Writers Block, a project that paired local architects with local writers to create an outdoor installation of garden structures, or "follies" along Paul Robeson Place, is in motion.
All new construction at Princeton High School is now scheduled to be completed by the beginning of January 2006, according to members of the Princeton Regional Board of Education who met recently with the Board's construction and contracting management firm.
On the heels of a similar move by the Princeton Borough Council, Township Committee introduced an ordinance that would increase the liquor licence fees for establishments that serve alcohol in the Township.
Princeton resident and author Edmund Keeley's new book, Borderlines: A Memoir, which will be published in May, discusses the author's early life, leading up to his career in Princeton, his marriage, and the publication of his first novel, The Libation.
Love, deception, truth, truth withheld, insanity, and hunger are just some of the aspects of Hamlet that Director Michael Fish hopes to convey to his audience in his upcoming production at the Berlind Theatre.
One afternoon in the late 1970s, a small man who was pushing 80 at the time sat down with some Princeton students in a room at 185 Nassau Street to talk about making movies.