Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIII, No. 29
 
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton



FOUL PLAY? “We have really become a destination place. The customers have become friends, and it’s wonderful to have so many friends! We’ll discuss books and authors and whatever else comes up.” Gerald Lenaz, co-owner with his wife Aline, of the Cloak & Dagger, is happy to share information about “foul play” with the customers in their cozy mystery book shop.

Mystery, Murder, Mayhem and Madness Are on the Agenda at the Cloak & Dagger

Jean Stratton

Intrigue, murder, suspense …. put a little mischief into your daily routine!

There’s nothing like a good mystery — even if it keeps you up at night, causes you to miss your bus stop, or makes you late for a date.


UNIQUE MARKET: “This is a very good location. We have lots of regular customers. Some even come every day.” Roseann Beiler of the Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market likes to help out at Mom’s Candy Corner, one of the popular stands in the market.

An Array of Fresh-From-the-Farm Products Is the Highlight of Pa. Dutch Farm Market

Jean Stratton

The Pennsylvania Dutch Farm Market, located in the Kingston Mall, 4437 Route 27, continues to thrive, even in this difficult economy.

High-quality products, polite personal service, and the unique Amish tradition are some of the reasons, believes Abe King, who is in charge of King’s Salads & Jellies stand.


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