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Labyrinth, Wild River Books Celebrate “Brief Eulogies”

Labyrinth Books and Wild River Books invite the public to celebrate Brief Eulogies at Roadside Shrines at Labyrinth on March 19 at 6 p.m. A collection of stories by Mark Lyons published by Wild…

Poetry Reading to Benefit Friends of Princeton Open Space

Princeton poet and activist Daniel Harris will give a reading of his poems that focus on nature and the environment to benefit Friends of Princeton Open Space on Sunday, March…

Michael Graves Remembered as Innovator, Teacher

Michael Graves spent the last 12 years of his life in a wheelchair. But the spinal cord infection that left him paralyzed from the waist down did not keep the…

Budget Waivers Would Allow District To Exceed 2 Percent Property Tax Cap

If the average Princeton home owner could guarantee that all students at Princeton High School could have all the teaching they needed for a few dollars more on their annual…

A Life in Art and Architecture

Michael Graves, who died last week at the age of 80, was among the most influential architects of his era, both locally and internationally. His admirers have celebrated him not…

Nancy Snyderman Resigns from NBC News

Princeton Resident Dr. Nancy Snyderman has stepped down from her position as chief medical editor for NBC News. “Covering the Ebola epidemic last fall in Liberia, and then becoming part…

Architect Michael Graves Dies

Michael Graves, the Princeton-based, internationally known architect and designer regarded as an important representative of new urbanism, died Thursday morning at the age of 80. Mr. Graves ran Michael Graves…

Ballet Company Honors Rider For Longstanding Relationship

Ballet students in search of a college education often have a hard time finding a school that will allow them to continue serious study of the rigorous technique while providing…

Mark Johnson Is No Longer Town’s Animal Control Officer

After being suspended with pay for a week, Princeton’s long-serving animal control officer Mark Johnson is no longer employed by the municipality as of March 2. But the terms of…

Thousands of People Are Expected to Mark The Sixth Annual Pi Day This Saturday

Six years into spearheading Princeton’s annual Pi Day celebrations, Mimi Omiecinski has noticed a shift in the way the town approaches this annual event celebrating its famous former resident, Albert…