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Vol. LXV, No. 17
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST: Princeton resident Eleanor Marshall will be among the participants in the May 17 “Festival of Creativity” at the Princeton Senior Resource Center.

PSRC, Arts Council, and Library Join Forces for Creativity Festival

Ellen Gilbert

“Art transcends age,” observed Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) Executive Director Susan Hoskins. With that in mind, PSRC, in collaboration with the Princeton Arts Council, the Princeton Public Library, and Secure at Home, will hold an all-day Creativity Festival on Tuesday, May 17 at the Suzanne Patterson building behind Borough Hall. The library and the Arts Council will be hosting creativity-related events throughout the month.

Republican Candidates Ponder Consolidation, Municipal Governance, Taxes, Cost Savings

Dilshanie Perera

With the primary elections slated for June 7, there are four Republican candidates who will appear on the ballot for seats on Princeton’s two governing bodies. Peter Marks and Dudley Sipprelle will be running for Borough Council, while Geoffrey Aton and Mark Scheibner are running for Township Committee.

President Tilghman Responds To Lecturer Antonio Calvo’s Death

Ellen Gilbert

On Monday, Princeton University President Shirley Tilghman released a response to mounting questions about the April 12 suicide of Princeton University Senior Lecturer Antonio Calvo.

The “Inevitability of Making Art”: Burstein Talks about “Spark”

Ellen Gilbert

At the beginning of her recent Labyrinth Books talk on her new book, Spark: How Creativity Works, former Studio 360 host Julie Burstein promised to list five “points” that she has identified as ensuring creative success. In keeping with that model, Ms. Brustein’s prescriptions will appear at the end of this article.

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