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Questions Regarding Potential Adverse Effects Of Hospital Demolition Have Not Been Addressed

To the Editor: With regard to the decision of Princeton Council to settle the lawsuit with AvalonBay, allowing the demolition of the hospital site to proceed, there were questions asked…

A Rainbow of Our Diverse Population Attended Saturday’s Parade and Rally for Michael Brown

To the Editor: Saturday’s Princeton parade and rally, called “Justice for Michael Brown,” was an overwhelming, energizing, healing, and sometimes scary event. Over 125 people, truly a rainbow of our…

Princeton Perspectives Series: The View From Mount Lucas Road

In recent weeks, Town Topics has focused on Princeton’s commitment to Affordable Housing, with a “Princeton Perspectives” series of articles focused on diverse socioeconomic lifestyles and living options in the…

“Too Marvelous” — Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, and the Last Dance

Look at that face of hers. There you’ve got the map of Middle Europe slung across those high cheekbones and wide green eyes …. As a woman she holds all…

Pennington’s Silva Gallery Hosts Solo Show by McIndoe

Hopewell artist Ken McIndoe will exhibit his work, in a solo exhibition entitled “Paintings,” at The Pennington School’s Silva Gallery of Art. The exhibition opens on September 3 and continues…

The November Man: It’s Spy vs. Spy in a Labyrinthine Espionage Thriller

Director Roger Donaldson is probably most closely associated with No Way Out, one of the best espionage thrillers ever made. Here he revisits the genre with The November Man, although…

Obituaries 8/27/14

Sara Long Buck Sara “Sally” Long Buck died early in the morning of August 23, 2014, at her home in Princeton, New Jersey surrounded by her children and grandchildren. Sally’s…

Adventurous Princeton Resident Spends Semester in Patagonia

For the past four months, Lizzie Price, 22, who graduated Princeton High School in 2009, has been working on a research project focused on a population of Rhesus monkeys on…

“Boychoir” Film Debuts At Toronto Film Festival

The American Boychoir will see their visibility increased with the September 5 premier of director François Girard’s Boychoir, one of only 7 Gala presentations at the Toronto International Film Festival.…

“Species on the Edge” Artwork On Display at D&R Greenway

Each year, the D&R Greenway Land Trust and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey bring the “Species on the Edge,” with prize-winning art by fifth graders, to its Olivia…

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