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Princeton Human Services Commission Supports Removal of Confederate Flag in South Carolina

To the Editor: Much has been written over the years regarding this flag, what it means to those who fly it and what it means to those who are offended…

Wednesday Prayer Vigil Missed Chance For Real Dialogue on Race Relations 

To the Editor: It is so unfortunate that the Wednesday prayer vigil in Princeton for the massacre in Charleston was just another rambling forum for gun control and less about…

Whole Earth Center Explains Goal Of Discounts, Bike Reward Program

To the editor: Quiet, non-polluting, and cardio-friendly, biking brings many benefits to both the cyclist and the community. Unfortunately, because bicyclists share the road with cars, trucks, and buses, fear…

Can Nothing Be Done to Protect Homeowners from Not for Profits?

To the Editor: I have had “not for profit” solicitors coming not only to my front door, but back door regularly since February. Apparently, they are registered with the local…

Wishing More People Could Have Seen Garden Theater’s Magnificent “Dream”

To the Editor: The apocalypse is indeed near. Latest evidence: Just back from Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Garden Theater. Absolutely the most magnificent and wonderful Dream,…

Secure Choice a Commonsense Approach Toward Everyone’s Retirement Security

To the Editor: Right now, the New Jersey Legislature is working on the NJ Secure Choice Savings Program Act, which would help the more than 1.7 million working New Jerseyans…

PSRC’s BBQ and Line Dancing Party Was A Great Event Thanks to Volunteers, Others

To the Editor: Thanks to everyone who helped make PSRC’s BBQ and Line Dancing party such a great event!  The turnout was terrific and everyone loved dancing with the Silver…

Current Compromise on Lytle Street Is a “Half-Step” in the Right Direction

To the Editor: The purchase of 31-33 Lytle Street by the Town of Princeton presents an extraordinary opportunity to work in partnership with private and not-for-profit entities, and with the…

Whole Earth Center’s Policy of Discount For Cyclists, FreeB Users Excludes Walkers

To the Editor: I am writing this public letter (my first ever!) because I am sorely in need of enlightenment (and admittedly, I also feel the need to vent). So…

Installation Fronting Wilson School Needs Plaque Explaining Its Political Themes

To the Editor: Ai Weiwei is a world-renowned artist with, at the moment, close ties to Princeton; however, many in the community might be unaware of his connection. The impressive…

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