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Vol. LXV, No. 28
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
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SUMMER AT THE SEMINARY: Princeton Theological Seminary’s School of Christian Vocation and Mission will offer two week-long programs this summer, one on vocation and the other on sacred music.

Summer Programs at the Theological Seminary Welcome Clergy, Laity to “Participatory Environment”

Ellen Gilbert

Two programs, including a new collaboration with Westminster Choir College, highlight the summer calendar at Princeton Theological Seminary’s School of Christian Vocation and Mission.

Extraordinary Publisher and Collegial Mentor, Princeton’s Herbert S. Bailey Is Remembered

Ellen Gilbert

Herbert S. Bailey, Jr. is being remembered as “one of the most influential and well-respected scholarly publishers of his time.” The fifth Director of Princeton University Press (PUP) died in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on June 28, just weeks short of his 90th birthday.

New Bookstore in Hopewell Borough To Specialize in Works From the Sixties

Anne Levin

The phrase “stuck in the sixties” doesn’t usually apply to members of the Bar. But Tom Gombar, a longtime corporate lawyer who now focuses on criminal and matrimonial law, is a wistful veteran of the Woodstock era. While Mr. Gombar, a Princeton native, is hardly mired in the past, he revels in such memories as attending Woodstock in 1969 and meeting poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti at San Francisco’s City Lights bookstore a few years later.

A Different Look at “Romeo and Juliet” Thanks to Financial Planner David Gray

Anne Levin

Somewhere around the eighth grade, David Gray was introduced to the joy and heartbreak of Romeo and Juliet. Right away, he began to wonder: What if Shakespeare’s iconic play had a different ending? What if, instead of drinking poison and dying, the young lovers had merely taken sleeping potions and escaped from the tomb?

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