(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)
DIGGING FOR ART: Last Sunday an impressive
lineup took shovels to the site of the expanded Princeton Arts
Council building at the corner of Paul Robeson Place and Witherspoon
Street. The diggers are (from left): Realtor Norman Callaway,
Jr.; Borough Council President Mildred Trotman; U.S. Rep. Rush
Holt (D-12); Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes; Princeton University
President Shirley Tilghman; Architect Michael Graves; Founding
Director of the Arts Council Anne Reeves (new Executive Director
Jeff Nathanson is not pictured); Princeton Township Mayor Phyllis
Marchand; President of the Arts Council Board of Trustees Wendy
Mager (partially obscured), and guest of honor Paul Robeson, Jr.
It" was the theme, and dig they did as the Arts Council of
Princeton hosted a symbolic groundbreaking Sunday for an expanded
facility, the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, at the corner
of Paul Robeson Place and Witherspoon Street.
International investment banker and Princeton resident
William Sword, Sr., died at home Thursday in Princeton Township
after battling a long illness. He was 80 years old.
Nassau HKT Associates (NHKT), the developer in Princeton
Borough's downtown development plan, is looking to "recapitalize"
its project by possibly bringing in new partners to help carry
it forward, according to a Borough official.
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