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Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet At McCarter Theatre

McCarter Theatre welcomes New York-based Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet to Princeton on Friday, January 17 at 8 p.m. Through their daring athletic movement and integration of ballet into contemporary and…

Advocates for Children Volunteers Sought

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is actively seeking volunteers in Mercer County. The non-profit organization speaks up in court for the best interests of children who have been removed from…

Miller and Nemeth Join Forces for Council Run

Princeton Council president Bernie Miller and former Princeton Township Committeewoman Sue Nemeth announced Monday that they plan to run together for Council in the June Democratic primary. This means three…

As the Snow Falls, Princeton Council Gets Down to Business

Following a celebration honoring Princeton municipal staff for their efforts during the first year of consolidation, Mayor Liz Lempert and Princeton Council got down to business last Thursday evening at…

After Dismissal of Save the Dinky Suit, Residents Continue to Challenge Move

In late December of last year, a civil suit by the non-profit Save the Dinky (SDKY) group championed by local residents Anne Waldron Neumann, Peter Marks, Rodney Fisk, Walter Neumann,…

First Snow Day of 2014

With the Graduate College’s Cleveland Tower in the background, the snowy scene of kids and sleds might be taking place in England. In fact, it’s happening on the Springdale Golf…

Read It Forward: Princeton Charter School’s Day of Service Celebrates Books in Education

Princeton Charter School (PCS) starts the New Year with a Day of Service project that will culminate on Martin Luther King Jr. Day later this month. Students, parents, and faculty…

Viennese Café to Open Soon At Former Piccadilly Location

Between Small World Coffee, Rojo’s Roasters, Chez Alice, Infini T, and Starbucks, Princeton has its share of convivial coffee and tea houses. But a café preparing to join the lineup…

Princeton Adult School, A Community Treasure, Celebrates 75 Years of Engaging Education

Want to try your hand at writing a play? A short story? Or learn how to re-upholster that vintage armchair? How about taking a turn on the dance floor —…

Holiday Spending: A Tale of Browsers and Buyers

According to Lewis Wildman, owner of Jordan’s of Princeton, the cards and gifts store in the Princeton Shopping Center, business this holiday season has been “flat to under.” While his…