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Vol. LXIII, No. 48
 
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
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(Photo by Dilshanie Perera)
BREAKING NEW GROUND: Members of the Historical Society (HSP) and elected officials stand with fourth-graders from Community Park elementary school during a groundbreaking event at the Updike Farmstead. The HSP will expand into the space once the restoration work is finished. The adults are, from left: HSP Board President John Dumont, Lawrence Township Mayor Pam Mount, Princeton Borough Mayor Mildred Trotman, Princeton Township Mayor Bernie Miller, and HSP Executive Director Erin Dougherty.

Princeton’s Present, Past, Future Come Together at Updike Farmstead Groundbreaking Ceremony

Dilshanie Perera

With construction efforts already underway at the Updike Farmstead on Quaker Road, Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) staff, trustees, and friends gathered together with elected officials on Monday to celebrate the restoration of the space.

Mutual Mistrust and Media Indifference Cited in Talk on U.S.-China Relations

Ellen Gilbert

Former Clinton administration official Kenneth Lieberthal agrees “overall” with President Obama’s contention that there is no more important relationship to the U.S. than the one it has with China.

Princeton Community Celebrates Season With Words and Music of Thanksgiving

Ellen Gilbert

Princeton’s Community Thanksgiving Service last Thursday morning was highlighted by speakers and musical selections representing a wide range of local institutions.

C.K. Williams Coming to Labyrinth with a Story Passed on Through Children and Grandchildren

Stuart Mitchner

“It was sort of thrilling to be reading to my grandsons now the same story I read to my daughter 35 years ago,” says Princeton University professor and prize-winning poet C.K. Williams, who will be reading his tale about “something named a Nobble” at Labyrinth Books this Saturday, December 5, at 11 a.m.

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