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Author Mark Salzman Will Read at Stuart Country Day

Mark Salzman, the author of Iron & Silk, will read from his work at Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart on Thursday, April 9, at 7 p.m. A…

Baubles For A Cause

At a special event Tuesday, April 7 to promote an upcoming fundraiser for Corner House taking place April 17 at Pretty Brook Country Club, Hamilton Jewelers gave a sneak preview…

Poetry Prize Winner

Poet Matt Rasmussen, the author of “Black Aperture,” which won the 2013 Walt Whitman Award, the 2014 Minnesota Book Award for Poetry, and was a National Book Award Finalist, has…

At the Michener

This carefully posed male painted bunting as portrayed by the photographer Kate Breakey is one of some 30 large-scale images of birds, flowers, and insects on view at the James…

Princeton Comes to Kingston

Town Topics staff take time out from unpacking boxes and setting up their desks in the new space that the newspaper is renting in Kingston. Pictured from left, back row:…

Police Use Narcan to Reverse Heroin Overdose

A woman who had overdosed on heroin was administered nasal Narcan Thursday morning by Princeton Police. Patrol Sergeant Geoff Maurer and Patrolman Lucas Schwab revived the 22-year-old woman, who was…

Princeton University Offers Admission in Most Selective Process Yet

Princeton University’s class of 2019 is shaping up to include some 1,310 students. The University announced this week that it has offered admission to 1,908, or 6.99 percent of the…

Our New Home

It’s true, no April Fool’s fantasy, Witherspoon Media Group, which includes Town Topics Newspaper, Princeton Magazine, and Urban Agenda New York City is moving April 1 to a new home…

Poet Tracy K. Smith Reading From Memoir at Labyrinth

The Pulitzer-Prize winning poet Tracy K. Smith, who has been praised in the New York Times Book Review for her “extraordinary range and ambition,” will be at Labyrinth Books reading…

Princeton Dance and Theatre Students Learn About Life as a “Swing”

As one of two “swings” in the new Broadway show An American in Paris, currently in previews at the Palace Theatre, Adam Rogers is on stage as part of the…