We all know Teresa's Cafe Italiano, lodged near the arch on Chambers Walk on Palmer Square East. And in the summertime we can't help but notice the lucky diners sitting outside of Mediterra, enjoying sangria and tapas. Then, lest we forget, there's the Witherspoon Bread Company, with its "Herbal Garden" serving as a constant reminder that the local-foods movement is alive and well in Princeton.
The passing of a resolution that will push forward a decision about adding softball fields at John Witherspoon Middle School, and a discussion of problems that still exist with Princeton High School parking, were among the topics discussed by the Princeton Regional School Board at their meeting on Tuesday, November 23.
On November 3, many voters, especially those in the "blue states" that make up the Northeast, woke to the realization that their beliefs were in the minority. Or so they were told. Networks harped on a "nation divided" and trumpeted the notion that those in the blue states were polar opposites to those in the red states when it came to hot-button issues like same-sex marriage, morals, and the war in Iraq.
A singer, songwriter, and musician, Princeton resident Bill Collins recently decided to add "author" to the list by publishing his first children's book, Bob's First Christmas.