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“Viva Verdi” Spotlights Young Opera Stars

On Sunday, May 17, at 4 p.m. at Richardson Auditorium, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) presents Viva Verdi!, an opera featuring excerpts from Giuseppe Verdi’s most popular works and spotlighting…

Lauren Davis Launching New Novel at Labyrinth

Lauren Davis will be launching her new novel Against a Darkening Sky (ChiZine $18.99) at Labyrinth Books on Tuesday May 12 at 6 p.m. According to Robert Olen Butler, Pulitzer…

Cranbury View

“Images of Cranbury,” an exhibition of photography by David Nissen will be on display at the Gourgaud Gallery located in the Town Hall at 23-A North Main Street in Cranbury…

An Embarrassment of Riches

With Princeton blooming in the season of its glory, the riches are everywhere, and nowhere more bountifully than at the fourth annual Morven in May Celebration of Art, Craft, and…

“We-unions” Campus Event Open to All

With a theme “Green is the new Orange and Black,” the Princeton Atelier is presenting an event today on the lawn north of Princeton University’s Frist Campus Center from 4…

Princeton Police to Implement “Operation Blue Angel” Emergency Access Program

In an effort to access injured/ill patients in an emergency, the Princeton Police Department, is planning “Operation Blue Angel,” an emergency access program that will consist of a lockbox secured…

PU Women’s Lacrosse Defeats UPenn

Erin Slifer and Olivia Hompe triggered the offense as the No. 11 Princeton University women’s lacrosse team defeated No. 13 Penn 14-11 in the Ivy League tournament championship game last…

PU Lacrosse Teams Advance to Ivy Finals

Mike MacDonald triggered the offense as the 15th-ranked Princeton University men’s lacrosse team beat No. 10 Cornell 11-7 in the Ivy League tournament semifinals on Friday evening in Providence. R.I.…

Nothing Keeps Him Off His Bike

It truly is Earth Day every day for Landis Hackett, a senior at Princeton High School. So far, he’s met his personal goal of riding his bike to school every…

In Time of Need Local Resident Finds It Takes a (Princeton Community) Village

Thanks to a program run by the New Jersey Affordable Housing Management Association (JAHMA) in conjunction with American Furniture Rental (AFR), Princeton resident Yvonne Jackson is finally able to enjoy…