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Sustainable Building Techniques Are Showcased on Linden Lane

With two LEED-certified houses located on the same side of Linden Lane, Princeton’s “tree streets” neighborhood is taking the lead, no pun intended, in the town’s efforts toward sustainability. Architect…

Andrew Hodges Speaks on Alan Turing At Princeton Public Library Thursday

Oxford mathematician Andrew Hodges will discuss his classic 1983 biography of the mathematical genius and pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing (1912-1954) as part of the Thinking Allowed series co-sponsored by…

The Kids of “A Christmas Carol”

McCarter Theatre’s production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has become a welcome holiday treat for families across the region. This year’s child actors include (top row, left to right)…

“Girl Rising” Film Seeks To Educate Girls Worldwide

Princeton Public Library hosts a free screening of the documentary Girl Rising on December 11 from 7 to 9 p.m. The film is directed by Academy Award nominee Richard E.…

Santa Flies Into Airport On Christmas Eve Day

On Tuesday, December 24, Santa will arrive at 11 a.m. at Princeton Airport. Parents are advised to bring the children prior to then, as the Princeton Airport Flying Tigers will…

Portrait of Anne and Peter

The gallery at Princeton Brain and Spine Care is showcasing portraiture by eight Princeton area artists. Shown here is Paul Matthews’s 24 by 32 inch oil on canvas painting, “Anne…

Setting a Dignified Tone

The Palmer Square tiger sported a festive garland for the annual tree lighting ceremony on the green Friday, November 28. Captured for Town Topics by photographer Charles R. Plohn, Princeton’s iconic…

Institute Conference on Computation Pays Tribute to Turing, von Neumann

In an age when four year-olds have their own handhelds and their grandparents are Facebooking and Tweeting, it’s astounding to think that the digital revolution has come about in just…

Princeton Alumna Elena Kagan Details Life on the Supreme Court

With her thesis advisor, historian Sean Wilentz, seated only a few feet away from her spot on the Richardson Auditorium stage, Elena Kagan was nervous — or so she joked.…

Local Landmarks Serve as Backdrop For Film Being Shot by PHS Graduate

The circular driveway fronting 42 Cleveland Lane was clogged with vans on the unseasonably warm Monday of this week. Between the columns of the 194-year-old house’s graceful front porch, young…