Paul Krugman has been criticizing the policies of George W. Bush since the infancy of his presidency, but in the months leading up to this year's election, the New York Times columnist has widened his scope to a broader spectrum of issues. This criticism has been rejected by some and embraced by others, but at an appearence at the Princeton Public Library last Tuesday, it was clear he was among friends.
Matthew Hersh & Candace Braun
Princeton Future, a community-based organization that has played an active role in downtown redevelopment, has announced that it will be starting up talks on the Witherspoon Street corridor, beginning Saturday, November 13, at 9 a.m., in the community room of the Princeton Public Library.
Concerned Citizens, the group opposed to the Borough's $13.7 million downtown redevelopment project, has lost its bid to reopen its legal case against the municipality.
Last Friday, Superior Court Judge Linda R. Feinberg found no basis to the group's claim that there is new evidence to reverse her March 2003 ruling in favor of the Borough.
Judith Wilson, recently hired as the new superintendent of Princeton Regional Schools, has been named New Jersey's superintendent of the year.
Currently working in the Woodbury Public School District, Ms. Wilson received the award from the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) last week at a fall workshop in Atlantic City. She will succeed Princeton's Dr. Claire Sheff Kohn, who left her post in July.
Is the Holocaust meshugah, are the characters in the play meshugah, or is life meshugah? McCarter's Artistic Director Emily Mann delved into these questions and more on Thursday, October 21, when she discussed her play Meshugah at the Princeton Public Library.