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A Focus on Local Produce To Continue at Planned Eatery

Kim Rizk wants people to know that the crepes she and business partner Kathy Klockenbrink sell at local farmers’ markets are about more than sweet stuff. “We’re not promoting strawberries,…

Snow and Song on Nassau Street

Members of the Princeton High School Women’s Choir singing songs of the season in front of Landau’s, with Nassau Hall in the background. Meanwhile another group from the choir was…

Princeton Photographer Ricardo Barros Explores the Culture of Graffiti Writers

A new exhibition of 36 photographs by Princeton photographer Richard Barros opens with a gallery reception this Friday, December 13, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Gallery 219, in Trenton.…

Three Men Rescued After Boat Hits Dam On Lake Carnegie

Patrols, Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Princeton Fire Dept. and Kingston Fire Dept. responded to Lake Carnegie near Dodds Lane on Princeton-Kingston Rd. on Tuesday at 11:30 a.m,  after…

Barbour Annual Coat Drive Benefits Catholic Charities

For the sixth year, Barbour is partnering with One Warm Coat to host its annual coat drive to benefit the communities surrounding Barbour’s retail locations. To give back this holiday…

Tuesday Morning Serendipity

Driving toward Princeton on Rosedale Road as the snow fell Tuesday morning, the photographer noticed traffic backing up ahead of him and turned into the park adjacent to the D&R…

Poets at the Library Series Features Pulitzer Prize-Winner Tracy K. Smith

Tracy K. Smith will read a selection of poems from her Pulitzer Prize winning collection, Life on Mars, as part of the monthly Poets at the Library series in the…

Annual Communities of Light Ceremony Gives Hope to Victims of Domestic Violence

Good ideas take on a life of their own. Communities of Light is a case in point. In 2002, Womanspace volunteer Lila Cruikshank brought the idea for an awareness-raising neighborhood…

Jewish Center to Discuss Race, Justice, Mass Incarceration

The Social Action Committee of The Jewish Center of Princeton is sponsoring a panel discussion, Race, Justice, and Mass Incarceration in America, Sunday, December 8, 10 a.m.-noon, in the Adult…

Physicians’ Organization Advises Caution Before Getting Vaccine

The vaccine being offered to Princeton University students to protect against type B meningococcal meningitis has raised concerns from an organization of medical professionals. The Association of American Physicians and…