(Photo by George Vogel)
Thanks to two Princeton "Supermoms," the Princeton Public Library has more money for its teen programs.
Library Director Leslie Burger thanked Barbara Johnson and Grace Sinden for their efforts that led to the benefit preview screening of Superman Returns last Tuesday, June 27, at the Garden Theater.
Susan Byrne, the oldest daughter of former Gov. Brendan Byrne, died the morning of Tuesday, June 27, at Ricchard's shoe store on Nassau Street from a fall down a flight of stairs into the store's basement.
Roundabouts are the buzz around town. First proposed by two Township consultants in fall 2005 as one of several possible remedies to deal with increased truck traffic and high speeds along Route 206, a smaller version of a similar configuration could be used in a $500,000 rehabilitation effort for Cleveland Lane.
Though not as well known in the United States, Tintin, with his distinctive tuft of blond hair and his thoughtful dog Snowy, is as recognizable in Europe as Superman or Mickey Mouse is in this country.
The "intrepid boy reporter" whose adventures have delighted children and adults around the world for generations has been described as a visual icon of the 20th century.
Tintin and I, a documentary film about the character and his Belgian creator, Hergé, kicks off the Princeton Public Library's new P.O.V. Previews Series tonight, Wednesday, July 5, at 7 p.m.