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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…

Congratulations to the New President

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was among the first to congratulate Princeton incoming President, Christopher L. Eisgruber, on Sunday, April 21, after the announcement of his appointment. Mr. Eisgruber will…

Johnson & Johnson Heiress, Art Collector Barbara Piasecka Johnson Remembered

Hundreds gathered at the Cathedral Church of Wroclaw in Poland on Monday, April 15, for the funeral service of Barbara Piasecka Johnson, the Polish-born immigrant who married into the Johnson…

Two New Stores and Hamilton Expansion Bring Changes to Downtown Princeton

Downtown Princeton will see some changes this spring with a new Jack Wills store opening at 46 Nassau Street, the addition of the coffee roastery, Rojo’s, at 33 Palmer Square…

Institute Professor Wins $1 Million Math Prize

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters has awarded the 2013 Abel Prize to Pierre Deligne, professor emeritus in the school of mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study. Prof.…