Vol. LXIV, No. 37
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
(Photo by Emily Reeves)
JAZZ ON A SUMMERY DAY: Palmer Square was in its glory Saturday thanks to the annual Jazz Feast, which began with music by the Princeton University Jazztet under the direction of Anthony D.J. Branker and ended with a set by Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks.
In an extended discussion with the neighbors and other Friends of Harrison Street Park last week, Borough Council, staff, and residents ironed out the final details for park maintenance and completion.
Borough Engineer Christopher M. Budzinski died suddenly last Thursday. He was 50 years old.
A sleek, four-story structure tucked in behind the wooded landscape on the east side of Washington Road, the new Frick Chemistry Laboratory boasts state-of-the-art amenities and labs that are custom-fitted to suit the requirements of the various researchers who are being housed inside.
When Carly King made it to Stella Point, about 30 minutes from the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, she said she seriously considered just staying there and foregoing the final steps up to the peak. My sister and I just broke down at that point, she conceded.
Its a boutique meeting facility with a state of the art conference room, said School of Christian Vocation and Mission (SCVM) Director Charles Kalmbach while proudly leading a recent visitor around Erdman House.
Baby boomers have changed the face of every stage of life and now theyre about to retire, observed Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) Director Susan Hoskins. The logical question is, how will they change this one?
Were passionate about educating parents, said HappyBaby representative Nicole Koroghlian Auker. On Thursday, September 16, at 2 p.m. in the Community Room at the Princeton Public Library, the East Windsor resident will be doing just that.
Although Bob Surace is a former All-Ivy League center for Princeton University football team, he is applying an NFL blueprint as he takes the helm of his alma mater.
Growing up in northern Jersey, Matt Zimmerman dreamed of someday competing for Princeton University.
Sarah Hibbert had a feeling that her Princeton High girls tennis team would be in for a tough match when it battled Notre Dame last Friday.
“Jimi’s dead!” This announcement comes to us from a total stranger who knows we’ll know who he’s talking about. It’s a perfect mid-September day in London, sunny and mild, and we’re walking along the canal between Camden Town and Regents Park on our way back to a flat in West Hampstead. Our homeward route takes us down Abbey Road, a street of some significance in the summer of 1970. The Beatles may have broken up but London is still the center of the rock and roll universe, and to walk down Abbey Road past the EMI studios and the crosswalk pictured on the cover of the album of the same name still carries a charge.
No longer merely functional, todays eye glasses can enhance your look and style. For some people, they have actually become a fashion statement. The selection at Princeton Optometric Physicians offers an extensive variety of the latest in eye wear.
What is so intriguing about Landaus is that you will always find something new and often something unexpected. This popular Nassau Street store can always be counted on for quality and selection, but in the past few years, it has added a focus on very competitive prices and a big variety of new items.
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