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Inspired by Bruce Springsteen’s Humanitarianism, Local Sculptor Creates Portrait of “The Boss”

Commuters to and from Princeton using the Alexander corridor will have noticed new artwork at the corner of Alexander and Faculty Roads. Sited at Larini’s Service Center and gas station,…

The Princeton Festival Kicks Off With Greater Princeton Youth Orchestra Concert

Over the past decade, Princeton Festival has grown to include a wide range of performance genres, from orchestra, to opera, to jazz. Just as diverse is the music presented by…

Edge of Tomorrow: Tom Cruise Rises to the Occasion in Time-Travel Movie

William Cage (Tom Cruise) has risen to the rank of Major in the U.S. Army without ever seeing any combat, which is fortunate since he can’t stand the sight of…

Mark Twain Slept Here, Or Did He? —  Celebrating New York From the Morgan to the Belleclaire

Bliss. Feeling like a kid up past his bedtime, I’m stretched out on a cushioned window seat on the ninth floor of a century-old Beaux Arts hotel gazing at the…

Valor and Vainglory, Firestone Exhibition Marks 200 Years of Latin American History

When Princeton resident Robert Ross decided to donate his priceless collection of medals and honors to his alma mater Princeton University, he wanted to be sure that the items would…

The Princeton Girlchoir Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary at Trenton War Memorial

The Princeton Girlchoir pulled out all the stops this past weekend for its 25th Anniversary concert. Founded by music educator Jan Westrick and currently under the leadership of Artistic Director…

X-Men: Days of Future Past: Wolverine Travels Back in Time to Save the Future

X-Men: Days of Future Past is the 7th episode in the series, and is the third one directed by Bryan Singer, who also directed X-Men 1 and 2. This film…

Robert Desnos, Henri Rousseau, and “A Cat Like Nothing Else on Earth”

There’s a rapping at my study door, a soft persistent tapping, with a hint of claw in the sound. The door is gently banging back and forth in the frame…

Haskell to Discuss PUAM’s Abstract Exhibition Celebrating Artists From Rothko to Richter, Friday

Princeton University alumnus Preston H. Haskell III (Class of 1960), will discuss the process of collecting modern and contemporary art in conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning author and art critic Mark…

Blended: Three Times a Charm for Sandler and Barrymore in Slapstick Film

Jim Friedman (Adam Sandler) is a widower who’s raising three daughters on his own. Since he is clueless about raising girls, he’s been slowly turning them into tomboys by giving…