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Vol. LXV, No. 43
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
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TIME FOR TEA: The owners of Infini-T on Hulfish Street have furnished the downstairs space with antiques and objects found on their travels to India and the East. Imported scarves for sale add color to the decor.

Serious Tea Drinkers Gather at Infini-T

Anne Levin

Those who swear by their daily mugs of java have welcomed the proliferation of coffee houses in Princeton. But while tea is always available at these cafes, the choices can be limited, making those who favor the leaf over the bean feel like second-class citizens.

Library Savors Success of Book Sale, Other Fall Events, Back to School Favorites

Ellen Gilbert

While the Princeton Public Library’s two annual “wow” events — the evening fundraiser featuring a well-known guest speaker (like this year’s cartoonist Roz Chast), and the record-breaking weekend book sale — have garnered the lion’s share of attention lately, regular library operations continue apace.

Dislocation, Memory, and Childhood Explored at Cotsen Library Conference

Ellen Gilbert

Cotsen Children’s Library Head Andrea Immel’s reference to the “complexities of memory and childhood” provided an apt beginning to a free, half-day conference at Princeton University last week. The focus was on how World War II events dramatically altered the lives of a generation of children.

 

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