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Vol. LXV, No. 18
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
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Town Talk

A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What do you think of the royal wedding?”
(Asked at the Princeton Public Library’s early morning screening of the event.)

 

“Uplifting at a time of such strife in the world, which is why everyone is responding so positively. I think we all wish William the very best, because he’s had such tragedy to deal with in his life. I think he’s found a stable, loving and value-driven woman.”

Cheryl Mills, Princeton


“Quite entertaining. I really enjoyed the spectacle and majesty of the traditions of the old world.”

Ethan Cohen, Princeton


Altina: “Wonderful, wonderful!”

Dauri: “An historic event that all should watch. A thousand years of history have occurred in that church. I hope it is a new day for Britain. I hope the people get excited about what the monarchy represents.”

Altina Noel, Princeton (left)
and Dauri Shippey, Lawrenceville

 

“I watched Princess Diana and Prince Charles’s wedding on ‘YouTube’ and it was amazing. Royal weddings are huge and exciting. Kate’s dress was beautiful.”

Anna Schmult, Princeton


“A wonderful experience for the couple, the country, and for those of us here at the library.”

Dorothy Bedford, Princeton


“The royal wedding is a wonderful historic event but I think our public library beats it.”

Phyllis Marchand, Princeton

 


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