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Question of the Week: Why are you participating in this rally?

(Asked at Saturday’s “Justice for Michael Brown” rally)   Monifa: “I have two African American sons, and each time I see another black man shot down by police officers it…

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…

Question of the Week: “What is your most memorable Robin Williams movie, or movie moment?”

“I loved him in Club Paradise — one of my all-time favorite movies. He’s such a genius. One of my favorite quotes of his is, ‘If women ran the world…

Kudos to Princeton Patrol Officer Bill Kieffer For Safely Capturing the Prospect Avenue Bat

To the Editor: Wednesday night, after we were asleep, I woke up to find a very large bat flying around our bedroom. We immediately went downstairs and closed the door.…

NJ Transit Should Hold a Public Hearing To Show Why It Agreed to Move the Dinky

To the Editor: I am writing to clarify that all of the legal efforts “Save the Dinky” has pursued have focused on the goal of preserving Princeton’s in-town rail station…

HomeFront’s Back to School Drive the Key To Helping Kids Feel Comfortable Day One

To the Editor: Over the years, HomeFront has expanded its breadth of services to address the many issues surrounding homelessness and the cycle of poverty, however, our Back to School…

In Future, PHS English Department Should Reconsider Assignment of “Odyssey” for Ninth Grade Students

To the Editor: Princeton High School requires its students to read the Robert Fagles translation of The Odyssey when they enter the ninth grade. This summer they are also being…

NAMI Mercer Hopes Loss of Robin Williams Gives Others Courage to Seek Help, Treatment

To the Editor: The world continues to react to the tragic news of the loss of one of our most iconic and talented entertainers, Robin Williams. Perhaps surprising to some…

All In A Day’s Work: Bob Bruschi

When Bob Bruschi went off to college in Ohio, he was so homesick for Princeton that his parents had an issue of Town Topics mailed to him weekly. It seems…

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