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U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative Launches Latest Volume of U.S.1 Worksheets

At the approach of National Poetry Month, members of U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative launch the latest issue of their group’s journal, U.S.1 Worksheets this Sunday, March 30 at the Princeton Public…

Westminster Dean to Retire After Two Decades at Helm

After 20 years, Robert L. Annis, dean and director of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts, is retiring. Mr. Annis, 64, will leave his post at the campus on…

“A Total Explosion of the Mind”

Shoppers enjoying the Bryn Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale, which ended Tuesday. Several speak of their experience in this week’s Town Talk. According to one buyer, “It is a total explosion of…

Cambridge School Students Mark 150th Anniversary of Lincoln Speech

Civil War historian James McPherson served as judge of a contest with a historical twist last Thursday, March 13, when he listened to students of The Cambridge School in Pennington…

Superior Court Rules Against “Save the Dinky” Appeal

An appeal by a group of citizens challenging the Dinky train station move was dismissed Tuesday in New Jersey Superior Court. Save the Dinky, Inc. and Anne Neumann were seeking…

PEF Spring Gala To Feature Comedian Nainan

Comedian and actor Dan Nainan will be performing at the Princeton Education Foundation’s (PEF) Annual Spring Gala to Benefit Princeton Public Schools, Saturday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at the…

elements Restaurant Plans a Move To Building That Houses Mistral

elements, the high-end restaurant on Bayard Lane co-owned by businessman Stephen Distler and chef Scott Anderson, may be moving to the building on Witherspoon Street that currently houses Mistral, another…

It’s the End of an Era as Obal Garden Center Closes After 60 Plus Years

By the end of April, the Obal Garden Center, located at 518 Alexander Road, will be history. Walter Obal said Monday that the three and a quarter acre property had…

Hello Goodbye, Princeton

Who is he and is he coming or going? His name is Bill Agress and he’s from Lawrenceville. One of the many Einstein look-a-likes who came to town Saturday for…

Author of “Olive Kitteridge” Is Appearing At People and Stories Benefit on April 11

Little things loom large in the novels of Elizabeth Strout. Descriptions of daily rituals are richly, yet subtly detailed. The minutiae of everyday life — boiling water for a cup…