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Vol. LXIII, No. 2
 
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
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(Photo courtesy of Susan Conlon)

COLONELS OF CORN: Filmmakers Curt Ellis (left) and Ian Cheney spent a year in Greene, Iowa, growing an acre of corn and learning about how corn finds its way from the farm into our bodies in various forms. Their movie, “King Corn,” documents their experience and was screened on Saturday as part of the 2009 Princeton Environmental Film Festival at the public library. The duo’s latest collaboration, “The Greening of Southie,” about the construction of a green building in South Boston, was also part of the festival.

Green Screen: Environmental Films Inform and Entertain at Public Library’s Festival

Dilshanie Perera

The Princeton Public Library’s third annual Environmental Film Festival was a 10-day celebration of all things green, with films, talks and panel discussions dealing with topics ranging from plastics and retrofitting to organic farms and garbage. Organized by librarians Susan Conlon and Martha Perry, the festival opened on January 2.

Sleuths Ponder Landau’s Mysterious Discovery

Ellen Gilbert

What do Albert Einstein, Lindi the Icelandic lamb, and two old pieces of jewelry have in common?

They all can be found at Landau’s.

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