Follow Town Topics Online

FacebookTwitterRSS
Home » Archives by category » Linda Arntzenius

Seward Johnson Retrospective A Big Hit at Grounds for Sculpture

A retrospective of the work of sculptor J. Seward Johnson is currrently on view at Grounds for Sculpture (GFS), the sculpture park and arboretum founded by the philanthropic artist on…

From Mayfair to Palmer Square: Self-Described “Corporate Vagabonds” at Home in Princeton

As President of ME Global, a global chemical company headquartered in London, England, Dan Scheid and his wife Mary Beth Scheid enjoyed a lifestyle at the center of a bustling…

Arrested Princeton Professor to Fight Theft Allegations in Superior Court

Princeton resident and Princeton University Professor John Mulvey, 67, was arrested last week at Princeton Police Department headquarters after an investigation by Detective Sergeant Christopher Quaste and Detective Adam Basatemur…

Art, Photography Show At PEAC This August

As part of its “Art on Display” program, PEAC Health & Fitness will showcase a combined artwork display of photography from PEAC members and paintings from local artist Christine Ochab-DiCostanzo…

Miniature Horse at Hasty Acres Destined to Be Therapy Animal

When Dawn Marie Fry brought home a miniature horse as a gift for her 11-year-old stepdaughter, she got much more than she had bargained for. Soon after acquiring the mare,…

Rabid Raccoons Prompt Questions About Princeton’s Animal Control

Princeton Health Department is cautioning residents on the danger of rabies. Two raccoons found on Pretty Brook Road have tested positive and there is concern that other wild or stray…

Battlefield Society Decries IAS Survey

In response to the recent announcement by the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) that it will conduct an archeological survey of the site where it plans to build single family…

New Train Station Takes Shape

Motorists on Alexander Road have been watching the starkly modern Dinky depot and Wawa market, designed by architect Rick Joy, emerge as part of Princeton University’s Arts & Transit project.…

Art Meets Architecture At D&R Greenway, July 12 

An experimental project to design homes based on sustainable building practices is the focus of a gathering this Saturday, July 12, on the grounds of D&R Greenway Land Trust, from…

With No New Contract,Teachers’ Union Talks Will Continue This Month

Princeton’s school teachers are working under an expired contract since no agreement has as yet been reached on a new one for the next three years. Talks took place between…

Page 1 of 28123Next ›Last »