Vol. LXIV, No. 24
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
(Photo by Emily Reeves)
SEEKING JUSTICE: Panelists (seated at left) spoke about their unique experiences in the United States during Sundays community dialogue on immigration. Faculty member of Princeton Universitys Department of Sociology Patricia Fernandez-Kelly (center, standing) moderated the dialogue.
The first tenants at 25 Spring Street could move in as early as this weekend while the first occupants of the townhouses along Chambers Street and Paul Robeson place may arrive as soon as August. Developer Jack Morrison and Sales Manager Jay Goldberg highlighted the news about their respective downtown edifices during Tuesdays meeting of the Princeton Merchants Association (PMA).
Township Committee approved the introduction of a bond ordinance for appropriating $1,265,400, and authorizing the issuance of $1,202,130 in bonds or notes to finance part of the cost of various capital improvements.
The breadth of the immigrant experience was highlighted at Sundays community-wide dialogue on immigration held at the Suzanne Patterson Center and sponsored by the Princeton Community Democratic Organization (PCDO) and the Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund (LALDEF).
Messrs. Broccoli and Cauliflower sang rap songs, Three Peas in a Pod danced in unison, and Miss Zucchini gave her all in a fine imitation of an opera diva. Forget the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis: this was the Vegetable Musical, a highlight of last weeks opening celebration for the Green Tiger Gardens at Princeton High School.
With the official vote tallies in, Jo Butler and Roger Martindell will be running as Democrats for two seats on Borough Council, having garnered 422 and 546 votes in the primary election, respectively. Challenger Anne Neumann received 397 votes. Township Committee members Liz Lempert and Lance Liverman ran unopposed and garnered 745 and 752 votes for Democratic positions on the ballot for Novembers election.
As the players on the United States mens soccer national team practiced at their pre-World Cup training camp at Princeton University last month, they ended the daily sessions with timed runs around Myslik Field.
It would be understandable if Russ Steves had some mixed feelings last Saturday when he watched the U.S. mens soccer team battle England to a 1-1 draw in the World Cup.
Fraser Graham came to a decision last fall that helped him make history this spring for the Princeton High boys golf team.
O Nora! Nora! Nora! I am speaking now to the girl I loved, who had redbrown hair and sauntered over to me and took me so easily into her arms and made me a man.
James Joyce to Nora Barnacle, August 7, 1909
I know and feel that if I am to write anything fine or noble in the future I shall do so only by listening at the doors of your heart.
James Joyce to Nora Barnacle, August 19, 1909
It all began with a pick-up. James Joyce was on his way down Nassau Street (the one in Dublin, that is) when his eye was caught by “a tall young woman, auburn-haired, walking with a proud stride,” according to Richard Ellman’s James Joyce (1959). When Joyce spoke to Nora Barnacle, she “answered pertly enough to allow the conversation to continue.”
Fans of Japanese cuisine are delighted to have a new opportunity to pamper their palate!
MoC MoC opened at 14 South Tulane Street in March, and there are already many regular customers.
Everything about Angel Hearts is special, intriguing, and pleasing to the eye. From the bountiful flowers that decorate the entrance way to the displays of dresses and accessories draped over the red velvet sofa, every care has been taken to provide a happy shopping experience.
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