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Vol. LXV, No. 31
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
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Town Talk

A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“How do you cope with the summer heat?”


Vita: “Eating raspberry and mango ice cream from the Bent Spoon.”

Una: “Swimming in the pool.”

Oscar: “I like to go swimming in the pool and eating ice cream.”

— Vita Moss-Wang (right), Princeton with cousins Una Borr (left) and Oscar Borr (middle) visiting from England

Catalina: “Go to Community Park Pool to swim.”

Milo: “Take a nap in my stroller.”

— Catalina Molina with brother Milo, Princeton

“I stay cool by swimming. I love to go to the beach with my friends and family. And I enjoy many cold drinks.”

— Neha Deshpande, South Brunswick


“Judith: We went to upstate New York and took a trip to the country. We put on lots of sunscreen and drink lots of water.”

Leila: “At camp we have popsicles. My favorite are the purple popsicles.”

— Judith Surkis with daughter Leila Surkis Guitton, Princeton

“Stay indoors... I like to go to Small World Coffee to do my work, both personal and business.”

— Omar Samad, Cranbury

“Chill out. I stay inside with my fans on. When we had the super heat wave, I went to stay with a friend because it was just too hot.”

— Naa Oyo Kwate, Princeton

“Not well. I stay indoors as much as I can. I have central air and it stays nice and cool.”

— Alan Caces, Somerset


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