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Vol. LXIV, No. 47
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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(Photo by Emily Reeves)
CRAFTING FOR A CAUSE: The 37th Annual YWCA Princeton Crafter’s Marketplace was held on Saturday and Sunday at John Witherspoon Middle School. Over 130 crafters and artisans showcased their wares, with proceeds from the day going to benefit the YWCA’s Bates Scholarship program, which enables economically disadvantaged community members to participate in YWCA programs.

Environmental Commission Focusing on Land Use, Protection, Stormwater

Dilshanie Perera

Over the past few months the Princeton Environmental Commission (PEC), a joint municipal advisory body, has been shifting its focus toward land use and land protection, according to Commission Chair Matthew Wasserman.

Isles Celebrates the Work of Seven “Spirit of Community” Recipients

Ellen Gilbert

“Spirit of Community Awards” were given to Debby D’Arcangelo, Donald Davis, Sacred Downing, Jose Hernandez, Cameron Hunt, Eric Maywar and Deborah Prendergast last week at Isles’s annual Harvest Dinner.

Complex, Thoroughly Modern Exhibit at Princeton University Art Museum

Ellen Gilbert

“Land and space are implicated in everything we do,” is the message of “Nobody’s Property,” a recently-installed exhibit at the Princeton University Art Museum. Featuring the work of seven artists and two artist-teams, it is a sprawling, thoroughly modern installation that uses several forms of interactive media to reflect the work of what it describes as “a new generation of environmental artists.”

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