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Former Board of Ed President Discusses Reported Mistreatment of District Student

To the Editor:  A recent issue of U.S. 1 told a story that should concern every member of the Princeton community. It is a story of demeaning and harmful behavior…

Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale Raises Record Amount for College Scholarships

To the Editor: The Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale, held at Princeton Day School every spring, is a complex undertaking, and we would not be able to make it a success…

Adding Induction-Coil Based Loop System At the Garden Would Help Hearing Impaired

To the Editor: The remodeling of the Garden Theatre in connection with the forthcoming change in ownership [“The New Management of the Garden Theatre Has Plans That Include the Town…

Family Guidance Center Thanks Supporters As Annual Fundraiser Raises Over $30,000

To the Editor: Family Guidance Center’s 2014 annual fundraiser was a huge success thanks to the community’s support! Family Guidance Center honored Christine Lokhammer, PNC Wealth Management Team of Princeton,…

Living Local Expo Survives Rain With 100 Vendors, 1500 Visitors

To the Editor: A great day was had by all on Saturday, March 29 at the seventh annual Living Local Expo held at the National Guard Armory in Lawrence. A…

Question of the Week: What makes this event special? (Asked during Revolutionary-era military demonstration at Princeton Battlefield)

Wolfgang: “It’s important to remember that the Americans, in their original and truly great spirit, do treasure and value the losses on both sides. The monument on the other side…

Obituaries 4/16/14

Rosa Brown Rosa Bell (Yancey) Brown, age 94, passed away on April 7, 2014 at Merwick Care Center in Plainsboro. She was born in Clarksville, Va. and lived in Princeton…

Nights of Wonder: Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in Hollywood and Beyond

The reading of this play is like wandering in a grove by moonlight …. —William Hazlitt (1817) Hazlitt ends his short essay on A Midsummer Night’s Dream by suggesting that…

Browning Desks, Tea Kettle on Display In Firestone Library, Rare Books Dept.

Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s love story is one of the most famous in 19th century literature. Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861), one of the most prominent English poets of the Victorian…

High Hilarity, Romantic Intrigue, and Sharp Political Edge In Bountiful Banquet of Beaumarchais’s “Figaro Plays” at McCarter

Pierre Beaumarchais is best known, at least in this country, as the author of two plays that were adapted into two of the most famous operas in the repertory, Rossini’s…

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