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Superintendent Wilson’s Use of “Significant” Concerning Sequestration Loss Is Questioned

To the Editor: Superintendent of Schools Judith A. Wilson noted the loss of some $87,000 in federal funding because of sequestration. She called the amount ‘significant in a very tight…

Pi Day Organizers Should Avoid Encouraging Gender Stereotypes

To the Editor: Last Sunday’s Pi recitation contest saw children recite hundreds of digits from memory at the public library. However, what should have been an occasion to celebrate mathematics…

Since It’s Impossible to Avoid Bias in Sex Ed., Offer a Second Curriculum Alongside HITOPS

To the Editor: We thank Ms. Casparian and Mr. Oscar (“HiTOPS Curriculum Conforms to New Jersey Department of Education Content Standards”) for replying to the letter from February 27 expressing…

Popular New Cafe 44 Fusion Restaurant Offers “Southern Soul” Food With a Twist

The reviews are in, and they just keep getting better and better! Everyone who has sampled the dinners at Cafe 44 Fusion is ready to go back for more. Just…

Skillman Furniture on Alexander Street Is Princeton Institution of Long-standing

History detectives will have an intriguing puzzle to solve at Skillman’s Furniture Store at 212 Alexander Street. Does it date back to 1743, as The Business Founding Date Directory suggests?…

YogaStream, New Studio at 44 Spring Street, Is Alignment-Based and Core-Focused Yoga

It offers an hour of calm and quiet. No phones, no tweets, no e-mails, no texts. It provides experiences focused on strengthening, stretching, movement, and breathing. It can be a…

Nino’s Pizza Star Is a Long-time Favorite Located at The Princeton Shopping Center

It’s a favorite of nearly everyone. First introduced in Italy in the 1500s, so the story goes, it made its way to the United States in 1905, and was introduced…

A Dissertation on Bicycle Paths, the New Hospital, And Other Cycling Issues, Leavened With Limerick

To the Editor: Caryl Emerson’s March 6 letter suggesting a bicycle path to our Crystal Palace of a hospital in Plainsboro (“Providing Non-Motor Path to Hospital Would Be “Fine Community…

Ex Task Force Member Laments County’s Property Tax Assessment on Princeton

To the Editor: Words are inadequate to convey my shock and dismay on reading that Mercer County is proposing an 11 percent increase in its property tax assessment on Princeton.…

Proposed Pipeline Offers Some Residents An Opportunity to Secure a Supply of Gas

To the Editor: During and after hurricane Sandy, there were reports of people in the Princeton area who experienced reduced pressure in the natural gas lines, to the extent that…