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IAS Amends Plans For Faculty Housing After DRCC Ruling

The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) has amended its plans for faculty housing on land adjacent to the Princeton Battlefield in response to a January 15 ruling by the Delaware…

The Garden Club of Princeton Marks French Market Centennial

Back in an earlier era, The Garden Club of Princeton’s French Market was stocked with truckloads of blooms brought by gardeners from estates in and around the town. Most of…

Marching Generations

That’s Battlefield Preservation Society President Jerry Hurwitz, in uniform on far left, leading his troops, some of whom participated, as did Mr. Hurwitz, in this week’s Town Talk. The occasion…

Peter Brooks Will Be at Labyrinth April 15 Talking About Balzac

Peter Brooks and Linda Asher will be at Labyrinth Books having a conversation about a new collection Mr. Brooks has edited, Balzac: The Human Comedy — Selected Stories (New York…

The New Management of the Garden Theatre Has Plans That Include the Town and University

When the Garden Theatre opens in July after a month of renovations, moviegoers will notice more than the new carpeting, wall treatments, and concession stand. Announced last week, management of…

Children in Need Helped By Princeton Prosthodontist

Until June 30, Princeton prosthodontist Michael Cortese at 311 Witherspoon Street is donating 100 percent of the fees he collects from individuals who have their teeth whitened to Smiles for…

7th “Stand Against Racism” At Hinds Plaza April 25

On Friday, April 25, 2014, the YWCA Princeton will host the 7th annual Stand Against Racism™ (SAR). The gathering is at Hinds Plaza outside Princeton Public Library starting at 5:45…

Israeli Dancing, Potluck At Har Sinai Synagogue

The public is invited to take part in a family-oriented Shabbat celebration, with Israeli dancing, at Har Sinai Temple on Friday, April 11. The synagogue is at 2421 Pennington Road…

Princeton Tennis Program Marks 60 Years at Event

The Princeton Tennis Program (PTP), a non-profit tennis organization serving the greater Princeton community, announces plans to celebrate its 60th anniversary at it’s annual signature event, the Princeton Tennis Classic,…

After 25 Years at Trinity Counseling Peter K. Stimpson Is Set to Retire

The Rev. Peter Stimpson will retire after a quarter century as executive director of the Trinity Counseling Service (TCS) in Princeton. His successor Dr. Whitney Ross will take up her…