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Institute Conference on Computation Pays Tribute to Turing, von Neumann

In an age when four year-olds have their own handhelds and their grandparents are Facebooking and Tweeting, it’s astounding to think that the digital revolution has come about in just…

Princeton Alumna Elena Kagan Details Life on the Supreme Court

With her thesis advisor, historian Sean Wilentz, seated only a few feet away from her spot on the Richardson Auditorium stage, Elena Kagan was nervous — or so she joked.…

Question of the Week: “What is your favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal and what are you most thankful for?”

(Asked at the 41st annual YWCA Crafter’s Marketplace)  Leanne: “Chocolate pudding pie that my dad makes. I’m most thankful for my family.” Amy: “Probably my favorite part of the Thanksgiving…

On the Streets of Philadelphia — Discovering the Noir Universe of David Goodis

A nondescript sign hanging above an uninviting door on a street in Philadelphia says ART, BOOKS. The door opens easily and what you see on the other side makes it feel…

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1

An Uneventful Movie Is a Setup for the Finale of the Series In recent years movie studios have split their adaptations of finales from young adult book series — most…

Richardson Chamber Players Presents Concert of “Divine Winds”

Richardson Chamber Players is moving into its second decade, and the ensemble has settled into a smooth-running chamber music machine. Sunday afternoon’s performance at Richardson Auditorium reaffirmed the ensemble’s mission…

HomeFront’s ArtSpace and SewingSpace Options Offer Imaginative Outlets for Creative Projects

“So I never cry. Only when something really tragic happens — like a death or something. But I am tearing up tonight. Not sad tears, just happy and grateful. I’m…

Area Exhibits

Anne Reid ‘72 Art Gallery, Princeton Day School, 650 Great Road, has film drawings and a continual film screening of works by Jerry Hirniak through December 18. www.pds.org. Artists’ Gallery,…

Marvelous Matter, New Shop in Hopewell, Offers Variety of Antiques and Collectibles

“You don’t know you love it until you see it!” said a customer recently upon entering Marvelous Matter, the charming new shop at 33 West Broad Street in Hopewell. Then,…

Reliable, Professional Service in the Area Available From Yonkowski Plumbing & Heating

Someday, you will need a plumber. It’s a given. When the occasion arises, you want someone who will show up on time, whom you can count on, and who is…

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