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Danny Lyon’s Iconic Civil Rights Era Images Document Selma and Washington at TCNJ

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama that ultimately saw President Lyndon Johnson sign the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Besides…

Diana Crane Serves Up Coward, Grenfell At Lawrenceville School This Sunday

Princeton resident and talented local actress Diana Crane will discuss and perform selections from the works of two very English notables, Noël Coward (1899-1973) and Joyce Grenfell (1910-1979), in “A…

After Almost 70 Years, Princeton Police Will Dedicate Memorial to Slain Officer

The Princeton Police Department will hold a dedication ceremony for a memorial honoring Walter B. Harris on Sunday, January 25, at 1 p.m. The event is scheduled to take place…

Hospital Demolition Taking Longer Than Anticipated

So far seven of the eight buildings at the old hospital site on Witherspoon Street have been removed. The last was scheduled to “disappear” at the weekend, but due to…

Haitian Drawings and Vodou Flags In Show at Stuart Country Day School

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart’s winter gallery exhibition in the Considine Gallery has two parts to it. Both concern the art and culture of Haiti. One is…

Stanley Katz to Share His Thoughts (And Fears) On Mega Philanthropic Foundations at Library

Ever wondered about the apparent explosion of non-profit organizations in recent years, and pondered the effect on society of a growing independent sector? If so, Stanley N. Katz is the…

Narcotics Task Force Arrest Princeton Man After Surveillance

Julian Edgren, 20, appeared in Princeton Municipal Court Monday following his arrest last week on drugs related offenses. If found guilty of charges that include a first degree crime, Mr.…

JWMS Seventh Grader Speaks Out Against Testing Before State BOE

  The New Jersey State Board of Education (SBOE) in Trenton gave members of the public an opportunity to speak about topics related to public education last week at a…

A Riverside Fourth Grader’s Best Friend Comes Courtesy of Canine Companions

Ten-year old Rachel Bryant is a fourth grader at Riverside School. About 18 months ago, Rachel, who has Down Syndrome, showed signs of developmental leaps, all good, but at the…

Princeton Man Acquitted in Crash That Killed Rabbi

The Princeton man who was charged after the March 28, 2013 Riverside Drive crash that killed Princeton Rabbi James S. Diamond and injured Rabbi Robert Freedman has been found not…

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