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Art On View in Princeton 9/18/13

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Jazz Rules

Balloons form a rainbow over the crowds at Palmer Square’s JazzFeast Sunday, where jazz legend Bucky Pizzarelli contributed some tasty licks. See this week’s Town Talk on page 6. (Photo…

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart Celebrates 50 Years of Educating Girls in Princeton

“We want a girl to know that there is nothing more powerful than her voice. Her voice matters,” says Patty L. Fagin, PhD, Head of School at Stuart Country Day…

Cool Women Poets at the Library Riff on Fall, Falling, and The Fall

Over 60 poets and poetry lovers turned out to hear the poetry performance group Cool Women at the Princeton Public Library Monday evening. The event was part of the monthly…

Work by Afghan Photographer Zalmaï Ahad Showcased at Lawrenceville School Gallery

An exhibition of the photography of Zalmaï Ahad, titled “Return, Afghanistan,” will be on display in the Gruss Center of Visual Arts at the Lawrenceville School, 2500 Main Street, Lawrenceville,…

A Month at Israel’s Weizmann Institute Expands PHS Grad’s Scientific Horizons

Last spring, Princeton High School senior Ann Sarnak was in the school’s guidance office when a flyer caught her eye. It was for the international summer program at the Weizmann…

Archbishop Karim In Palmer Square

Archbishop Mor Cyril Aphrim Karim, of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch, told a crowd of 150 people in Palmer Square Saturday that the United States bombing of his country…

Veteran Activist and Scholar Michael Curtis To Mark 90th Birthday at Princeton Public Library

Veteran political scientist Michael Curtis will speak about his latest in a long line of books at the Princeton Public Library next Wednesday, September 11 at 6:30 p.m. In Jews,…

The Curious Tale of Mrs. Fisher and Mr. Brooks: Around-the-World by Automobile in 1909

In 1909, Harriet White Fisher bought an automobile and set out to travel around the world. She did not go alone. And unlike Jules Verne’s Phileas Fogg, it took her…

Luce Foundation Grant Awarded to Seminary

The Henry Luce Foundation has awarded the Princeton Theological Seminary a grant of $1.5 million to expand the Seminary’s Theological Commons, a project to develop a digitally connected global library…