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Vol. LXI, No. 48
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
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MEET MR. TWAIN: On the eve of Samuel L. Clemens’s birthday (he’d be 172) this Thursday, November 29, actor Alan Kitty portrays the author better known as Mark Twain in front of the fireplace on the second floor of the Princeton Public Library. Mr. Kitty presents his take on Twain’s views of 21st-century America in his program, “Mark Twain’s Land Stand,” at 7 p.m.

Mark Twain (Alias Alan Kitty) Comes to Town in Library Program Geared for Adult Audience

Linda Arntzenius

Underneath the makeup and distinctive clothing, Alan Kitty doesn’t look much like Mark Twain. “We both have more or less square faces and there is a slight hook to both our noses, but his face and his nose are longer and although we are about the same height, I have a more muscular build,” said the actor who will portray the famed American humorist on Thursday, November 29, at 7 p.m. in front of the fireplace on the second floor of the Princeton Public Library.

After Change in State Pension Law, Search Is on for Municipal Prosecutor

Matthew Hersh

Because of a new state law that precludes appointed municipal prosecutors from being municipal employees receiving related occupational benefits, Princeton Borough and Princeton Township, as of the new year, will find themselves looking for a new municipal prosecutor.

Hospital Receives $6MM Bristol-Myers Grant for Community Health Center and Health Care

Linda Arntzenius

The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation announced last Wednesday that it would issue a $6 million grant to the University Medical Center at Princeton to help create a new community health care center at the hospital that would provide health care services to uninsured and underinsured residents.

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