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Mexican Artist Emilia Sirrs Showcases Her Work in a Princeton Home Gallery

Using rich traces of rust with cement and ash, Mexican artist Emilia Sirrs creates depth and color in her large abstract canvases. The artist’s bold technique is shown to good…

Pia de Jong Warms Up a Cold March Monday With Observations on Dutch and American Life

In spite of icy conditions on a cold March Monday, the Community Room at the Princeton Public Library was filled to capacity when Dutch novelist and columnist Pia de Jong…

Animal Control Officer Suspended

Princeton’s Animal Control Officer Mark Johnson has been suspended as of Monday, February 23, the same day on which charges brought by Mr. Johnson against Littlebrook Road resident Edward Linky…

TCNJ’s New Institute for Social Justice Views Hurricane Katrina From Many Angles

Next week The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) will focus on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with a variety of interdisciplinary events open to the campus community and the…

Lambertville Art Sale for Big Brothers Big Sisters

A Pop-Up art show at 22 Church Street in Lambertville will showcase the works of two local artists, Elina Lorenz and Jacqui Alexander, on Saturday, February 28, starting at noon.…

Wolves Released to Control Deer in Princeton? A Coyote Looking for Food Seems More Likely

April 1 is still some weeks away, but it looked as though it had come early when it was reported in the media that a Trenton City Councilman told his…

Library Launches Conversations that Matter

The Princeton Public Library will host its first “Currents: Conversations that Matter” panel discussion, a non-partisan, educational discussion about immigration issues of interest to the Princeton community, from 7 to 9…

D&R Canal Commission Votes Again, This Time Approves IAS Housing Plan

The Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission (DRCC) has effectively reversed the decision it made last month on the Institute for Advanced Study’s plan for faculty housing. The Commission approved the…

Princeton University Measles Case Confirmed

After additional review of laboratory tests, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the New Jersey Department of Health have confirmed the suspected case of measles at Princeton University.…

MCCC Showcases Award Winning Artists

The Mercer County arts community came out in force earlier this month to view the rich and varied works of fellow artists at the Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception for…

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