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Two Riverside Teachers Collaborate Join Forces On a Book About Bullying

In his job as school counselor at Riverside Elementary School, Ben Samara sees his share of children who have been bullied. He also talks to kids who have watched others…

Conference on ADD At Public Library

On Sunday, March 15 from 3 to 5 p.m., “ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life In ‘The Era of Endless‘ will take place at Princeton Public Library. Co-Sponsored by Chadd…

Princeton Physician Honored For Philanthropy

The Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) Foundation presented the 2015 Physician Philanthropist of the Year Award to Donald F. Denny Jr., MD, a board certified radiologist who serves as senior vice…

Dreamcatchers

Boys and Girls Clubs’ kids show off the Native American dreamcatchers they made during a field trip to Updike Farmstead. The clubs are the focus of a program Saturday, March…

Keeping Things Simple In Small World’s Kitchen

Matt Poles is not one of those chefs who searches out bizarre, exotic ingredients to glam up the breakfast and lunch dishes he creates for Small World Coffee’s two locations…

Hello Friend

Dr. Eric Chivian, founder and director emeritus of the Harvard Medical School’s Center for Health and the Global Environment, will be the keynote speaker at the 19th annual New Jersey…

Record Number of Applicants for Princeton’s Class of 2019

Princeton University has received a record 27,259 applications for admission to the Class of 2019. The number, which includes 3,850 candidates who applied last fall through single-choice early action, is…

Stuart Country Day School Plans to Renovate Lower School Facilities

The Board of Trustees at Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, the all girls independent school in Princeton, has announced plans for a transformational renovation of the Lower…

Pia de Jong Warms Up a Cold March Monday With Observations on Dutch and American Life

In spite of icy conditions on a cold March Monday, the Community Room at the Princeton Public Library was filled to capacity when Dutch novelist and columnist Pia de Jong…

Halcyon days

Renee Kumar’s painting of that title, shown here, will be one of many by the West Windsor artist to be shown in the exhibition of her work, “The Natural Order…