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Diane Ravitch to Speak In Princeton November 4

Diane Ravitch, a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education, will speak about her new book, Reign of Error; The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America’s Public…

Hometown Halloween

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Annual Hometown Halloween Parade began on Albert Hinds Plaza Sunday and followed the Princeton University Marching Band to Palmer Square. The subject of this week’s…

Woody Allen Manuscripts On View at Firestone Library

“That’s how I feel about life. A lot of suffering, pain, anxiety, and problems — and it’s over so quickly.” Fans of filmmaker Woody Allen will remember this monologue by…

Preserved Tract on Princeton Ridge Is Link to a Network of Greenways

A wooded property on the Princeton Ridge that could have been developed for townhouses has been permanently preserved by a public-private partnership involving the municipality, Mercer County, New Jersey’s Green…

Meet the Candidates for Positions On the Princeton Board of Education

Earlier this year, five candidates put their names forward for three open seats on the Princeton Board of Education: Molly Chrein, Thomas Hagedorn, Meeta Khatri, Dennis Scheil, and Andrea Spalla.…

Councilwoman Being Investigated For Making Non-Emergency 911 Call

Princeton Councilwoman Jo Butler is being investigated by the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office for a 911 call she made on September 18 from the Dinky train station parking lot when…

Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart Educates Boys From Junior K to 8th Grade

Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart is set apart from other independent schools in several ways. First, it is an all-boys day school, offering a traditional curriculum from Junior K…

Pompoms and Pep

The Princeton University Marching Band opened festivities on Hinds Plaza Sunday. October 20, when the sixth annual Princeton Reads began with activities around the themes in this year’s selection, Matthew…

Betty Lies Launches Padiddle At Princeton Public Library

In a launch of her third book of poetry at the Princeton Public Library, Saturday, Betty Bonham Lies jumped right in with the poem that opens Padiddle, and sets the…

The Ability to Sing in the Soprano Register Is Princeton University Student’s Special Gift

Aryeh Nussbaum-Cohen has always liked to sing. When he was in seventh grade, his parents signed him up for the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, which rehearsed just down the block from…