Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 30
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

LEARNING A LANGUAGE: “Our clients are from all around the world. They come for social, business, and travel reasons, and they are all ages — from four to 70 and up,” says Ron Buchanan, Director of the Berlitz Language Center in Princeton. Shown are a student and teacher enjoying a session focusing on the Berlitz direct learning method.

Learning Another Language From Berlitz Offers Opportunities for Enrichment

Jean Stratton

Learning a new language is challenging, rewarding, enriching, entertaining, fun — and beneficial.

As globalization, and with it, increased travel and interaction with other countries, is a part of more people’s lives, the value of speaking and understanding another language is apparent.

BEST BREWPUB: “We are a brewpub — on-site brewery and a restaurant — and we are the first licensed brewpub in New Jersey. We are also a member of the New Jersey Brewers Guild.” Eric Nutt, Sales & Marketing Manager of Triumph Brewing Company, is enthusiastic about the company’s 16th anniversary in business in Princeton.

Popular Triumph Brewery and Restaurant Has Become a True Princeton Institution

Jean Stratton

Time for a cold one? Now that it is officially summer, many folks like to enjoy a cold beer on a hot day.

Triumph Brewing Company at 138 Nassau Street can certainly oblige. Opened in 1995 by certified master brewer Adam Rechnitz, it has become a Princeton institution. Not only does it make beer on-site, it offers a full-scale restaurant as well.

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