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Vol. LXII, No. 24
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
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(Photo by Emily Reeves)

INSIDE LOOKING OUT: This is the view from the Communiversity Room at the Arts Council of Princeton’s home in the renovated and expanded Paul Robeson Center for the Arts. Michael Graves’s design offers an unique and definitive view of the the heart of downtown Princeton. The photograph is from the handsome catalog accompanying the inaugural exhibition, “Return: Home.”

Revived Paul Robeson Art Center Shines a Light on Its Surroundings

Stuart Mitchner

It’s safe to say that both Jacques Tati and Maurice Sendak would feel at home in the renovated and expanded Paul Robeson Center for the Arts. Besides creating a colorfully appealing venue for the Arts Council, Michael Graves’s design illuminates the heart of downtown Princeton as surely as if he’d personally envisioned it, framed it, and put it on display.

Looking Out for Princeton’s Future, Planning Experts Talk to Community

Linda Arntzenius

The third of a series of public meetings hosted by the group Princeton Future was held at the Princeton Public Library last Saturday, June 7.

Princeton’s “Leisure Vision” Includes Major Overhaul of Swimming Pool

Ellen Gilbert

Director Jack Roberts recently described the results of a “capital inventory of perceived needs” conducted to determine the two Princetons’ priorities for a “leisure vision” of the future.

Borough’s Traffic Committee Warns of University’s Expansion

Linda Arntzenius

In her last presentation to Borough Council last Wednesday, June 4, Sandy Solomon, outgoing chair of the Borough’s Traffic and Transportation Committee, urged Council members to “take real leadership on behalf of the citizenry of Princeton” with respect to Princeton University’s expansion plans.

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