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Question of the Week: “What do you think about Governor Christie’s desire to hold a special election in October to fill the vacant Senate seat?”

“It’s sad that there are people who try to win elections by depressing the turnout.” —Joshua Leinsdorf, Atlantic Highlands (formerly of Princeton)   “Not a good idea to have a special…

Question of the Week: “What do you like best about the town of Princeton?” (Asked during the Princeton University P-Rade)

“Strictly speaking, I suppose Princeton is a suburb, but it doesn’t feel like one. Because of our diverse community and the overwhelming number of activities, especially when the University is…

Question of the Week: “What does Memorial Day mean to you?” (Asked at the Memorial Day parade)

Shoneasia: “Honoring all of our fallen soldiers and everyone who has fought for us and our country so we can be here today. This day means a whole lot.” —(from…

Question of the Week: “What are some of your favorite or least favorite vegetables?”

“I don’t like Lima beans, and my favorite is carrots.” —Finny McColloch, Bordentown  “My favorite is cauliflower, and my least favorite is string beans.” —Ariela Scheer, Princeton “My favorite is…

Question of the Week: “What are some of your favorite Princeton Magazine stories?” (Asked at the Wayside Shrines concert)

“I liked the photo spread on consolidation. The pictures of the Borough and the Township officials, past and present, all smiling, was just great!” “I agree with her.” —Ingrid and…

Question of the Week: “What unusual plants have brought you here today?” (Asked at “Morven in May: A Celebration of Art, Craft, and Garden”)

“One plant that I specifically got for this sale, which I have been trying to find for years, is a Leonotis, also called a Lion’s Tale.” —Pam Ruch, Morven Horticulturalist,…

Question of the Week: “What do you like best about Communiversity?”

  Evan: “I like how all the shops and all of the organizations on Nassau Street are represented and there’s tons of different food you can eat. You really get…

Town Talk Question of the Week: “What are you most looking forward to this spring in Princeton?”

“I’m most looking forward to the cherry trees in bloom, turtles, birds, and wildlife coming alive on Lake Carnegie. I’m also looking forward to Princeton reunions.” —Charles Plohn, Princeton   Diana:…

Question of the Week: “What is your New Year’s resolution?”

Emma: “To get more organized with school work so I have time to do everything, so I’m not all over the place.” Erika: “My New Year’s resolution is to have…

Question of the Week: “Did you find it difficult to locate your polling place and how do you feel about the election results?”

“It was not hard to find the polling location. Usually we go to Community Park School but since the power was out, we went to John Witherspoon School. It was…