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Big Sky And Bunny Chase At Terhune

Terhune Orchards celebrated the arrival of spring over the weekend with a Bunny Chase, treasure hunt, and spring surprise. Children also enjoyed bunny cookie treats.…

Author Ifa Bayeza Comes “Home” At Library Reading and Book Signing

Ifa Bayeza had a homecoming of sorts at Princeton Public Library on Friday night, March 22. The author, artist, playwright and professor, who was born in Trenton and graduated from…

Princeton Bans Smoking on Municipal Properties

Starting in mid-April, smokers who visit or work at municipal properties in Princeton will have to be at least 35 feet away from all entrances and ventilation systems before lighting…

The Story of the Sale

The Oppenheimer sign tells a tale continued in this week’s book review. Though the photo may suggest otherwise, the six tables filled with books from the late Princeton bibliophile’s collection…

Pedaling for Peace: Two Princeton Women Cycle Across the United Arab Emirates

Princeton residents Marianne Farrin and Caroline Spoeneman recently returned from a trip that had them bicycling through all seven emirates of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Along the way, they…

George Dyson Recalls Institute Woods, His Boyhood, Oswald Veblen’s Legacy

As a boy growing up in Princeton, George Dyson spent as much time as he could out-of-doors in the Institute Woods. Now resident on the West Coast, Mr. Dyson, son…

“Enable New Jersey” Helps Disabled With a Group of Volunteers 900 Strong

According to a national survey, eight out of ten people with disabilities have no regular social contact with those who are not disabled. Such statistics help further the mission of…

Any Day Now

Barring a blizzard or monsoon, the Quaker Road bridge should be finished by April 1. Workers are hustling to complete the new span over Stony Brook, which will allow motorists…

Annual Bryn-Mawr Wellesley Book Sale Runs From Monday to Friday This Year

For the first time in its history, the Bryn-Mawr Wellesley Book Sale will begin on Monday, rather than Wednesday. As a result, the preview sale day is Monday, March 25,…

Johnson Park Elementary School Fifth Graders Stage Shakespeare’s Play “A Winter’s Tale”

Last Friday morning’s unexpected snowfall arrived just in time to add an appropriate backdrop to the performance of Shakespeare’s A Winter’s Tale by fifth grade students at Johnson Park Elementary…