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“Hatched For The Air”

Guarding their brood is one of the two adult bald eagles who relocated to Lake Carnegie when their tree was destroyed in Superstorm Sandy. The eaglets grow rapidly and should…

With District Resolution, Princeton Gets Closer To Sustainable Jersey’s Silver Certification

Princeton moved one step closer to achieving Sustainable Jersey’s Silver Certification when the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education passed a Sustainability Resolution at its meeting last Tuesday, April 23.…

Stylist Purcell at Another Angle Salon Can Boast an All-Star List of Clients

Ryan Gosling’s platinum locks and Eva Mendes’s sultry, dark tresses in The Place Beyond the Pines, the crime drama recently  on screen at the Princeton Garden Theater, are the work…

Amateur Astronomers Mark 50th Anniversary

The Amateur Astronomers Association of Princeton (AAAP) will celebrate its 50th anniversary on May 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Wolfensohn Hall on the campus of the the Institute for Advanced…

Waldorf School’s Annual May Fair

The Waldorf School of Princeton welcomes spring with its annual May Fair, Saturday, May 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. A rain-or-shine, community-wide celebration, May Fair features live music,…

High on Communiversity

Downtown Princeton was the big top as Stone Soup Circus performed near Fitzrandolph Gate, the Nassau Street entrance to the Princeton University campus. The stilt walker is Iona Binnie. Founded…

Famed Ballerina From the Bolshoi Ballet Still Has “Wonderment” in Her Dancing

When Simon Morrison heard that ballerina Svetlana Lunkina had left Russia’s famed Bolshoi Ballet and was living outside of Toronto, he knew he wanted to figure out a way to…

Some 40,000 Visitors Are Expected To Attend Communiversity This Sunday

Communiversity, a collaboration between Princeton University and the Arts Council of Princeton, will turn the center of town into an outdoor music festival and farmers market combined this Sunday, April…

Council Gets Preview of New Budget, Votes to Introduce Kiosk Ordinance

A progress report on the town’s first proposed budget since consolidation was delivered at a meeting of Princeton Council Monday evening. Scott Sillars of the Citizens Finance Advisory Committee told…

Anne-Marie Slaughter to Lead New America Foundation

Anne-Marie Slaughter the Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Politics and and International Affairs at Princeton University and former dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International…