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All Fired Up

Members of the independent artists group Art+10 will showcase their skills as part of Communiversity, April 26, from 1 to 5:30 p.m. with an open house demonstration of painting and…

Morven in May Celebration Offers Art, Crafts, and Plants

Morven in May, the annual juried exhibition and sale of contemporary, American-made crafts by 35 artisans from around the country, will take place May 1-3 on the Great Lawn at…

PREX Rules

The world-renowned Princeton Record Exchange marked 35 years in Princeton Friday on National Record Store Day. As usual, fans and collectors lined up well before the doors opened. In this…

Hollywood Summer Nights

Princeton Garden Theatre will screen five films honoring the late actor, director, writer, and producer Orson Welles beginning on May 6. One of Welles’ best-loved films, “Citizen Kane,” will be…

District Negotiations To Continue With Help of State Mediator

Members of the Princeton Public Schools Board of Education (BOE) and representatives of the teacher union, Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) met face-to-face for the third time in recent weeks…

Bus Service Between Princeton and Hospital Could Be Eliminated

NJ Transit wants to eliminate bus service between Princeton and the University Medical Center on Route 1 as part of cost-saving measures. The move would also include a hike of…

New Lead on Criminal Suspect

The New Jersey State Police have released a composite of the suspect from the criminal sexual contact that occurred on Friday, April 10, in the area of Franklin Avenue near…

Town to Turn House on Hilltop Drive into a Group Home

At a meeting Monday night, Princeton Council introduced an ordinance that would turn a four-bedroom house on Hilltop Drive into a group residence for developmentally disabled adults. The municipality is…

Architect Michael Graves Eulogized: “Passionate, Optimistic, Talented, Insatiable”

Colleagues, former students, and family of Michael Graves celebrated his life and work Sunday in a three-hour memorial at Princeton University, where the late architect taught for 39 years. Famed…

Princeton Resident Landon Jones Receives Time Inc. 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award

Time Inc.’s 17th Annual Luce Awards will be celebrated tonight, April 15, at a dinner in New York City. Longtime Princeton resident and Princeton University alumnus Landon Jones will be…