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Vol. LXV, No. 38
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
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SAVED BY THE DOUGHNUTS: Princeton residents Maria Sophocles and Alex Martin reported that their 14-year-old son was “saved by the doughnuts” during last week’s accident at McCaffrey’s; a yen for doughnuts led him to the back of the store just as the crash occurred. Afterward, his mother took this picture.

McCaffrey’s Shoppers and Staff Carry On In the Wake of Last Tuesday’s Accident

Ellen Gilbert

“It could have been a lot worse,” observed McCaffrey’s office manager Nina Robinson several days after a car crashed through the front of the Princeton store. “Tuesday is Senior Day, and it’s amazing that no one was walking through the door when the car came through.”

New Location and Expanded Programs At the Yinghua International School

Anne Levin

People visiting the Yinghua International School for the first time often ask the same question: Why are so many of the students not Chinese?

“We hear that often,” says Joy Zhao, former director and current academic consultant for the five-year-old school that immerses its 29 young pupils in Mandarin Chinese. “When new parents come, they are surprised to see the diversity.” Indeed, on a recent September morning, there are more than a few non-Asians among the three-year-olds working intently on art projects. They chatter in Chinese as they cut out shapes from paper plates, throwing in the occasional English phrase.

“Noble Gnarble” Author Daniel Errico Hopes to Inspire Children to Be Persistant

Ellen Gilbert

Move over, Ariel and Nemo. Direct from the imagination of Princeton area resident Daniel Errico comes another valiant sea creature, the gnarble.

A “noble” gnarble to be precise, he is the hero of Mr. Errico’s soon-to-be published first book, The Journey of the Noble Gnarble.

 

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