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Architect Michael Graves Dies

Michael Graves, the Princeton-based, internationally known architect and designer regarded as an important representative of new urbanism, died Thursday morning at the age of 80. Mr. Graves ran Michael Graves…

Ballet Company Honors Rider For Longstanding Relationship

Ballet students in search of a college education often have a hard time finding a school that will allow them to continue serious study of the rigorous technique while providing…

Mark Johnson Is No Longer Town’s Animal Control Officer

After being suspended with pay for a week, Princeton’s long-serving animal control officer Mark Johnson is no longer employed by the municipality as of March 2. But the terms of…

Thousands of People Are Expected to Mark The Sixth Annual Pi Day This Saturday

Six years into spearheading Princeton’s annual Pi Day celebrations, Mimi Omiecinski has noticed a shift in the way the town approaches this annual event celebrating its famous former resident, Albert…

Grammy Award-Winner Paul Simon Discusses Songwriting With Paul Muldoon

Internationally renowned singer-songwriter Paul Simon visited Princeton University recently to talk about his career and his most recent work in a discussion facilitated by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Princeton Professor…

Princeton Poetry Festival Opens Friday With State Finals of Poetry Out Loud

Poets from around the world will read from their work and hold panel discussions at the 2015 Princeton Poetry Festival, a two-day biennial event presented through the Lewis Center’s Performance…

Bryn Mawr Wellesley Book Sale Opens With Preview March 20

Now in its 84th consecutive year, the Bryn Mawr Wellesley Book Sale, the largest and oldest used book sale on the East Coast, will open with a preview on Friday…

All-Day Garden Symposium At Stuart Country Day School

The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Mercer County will host an all-day garden symposium, “Bringing Life to the Garden,” on Saturday, March 21, at Stuart Country Day School, 1200 Stuart Road,…

March Memories

Teammates on Princeton University’s 1965 NCAA Final Four squad, former Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters ’67 (left) and former U.S. Senator and NCAA Player of the Year Bill Bradley…

Lempert Letter To DCA Chief Recommends Fire and Building Code Changes

Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert has sent a letter to Department of Community Affairs Commissioner Richard Constable outlining recommendations for changes to the current code for multi-family housing, with the goal…