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Lots of Activities, Road Works Lead to Lots of Road Closures

Princeton will see several event related road closures this weekend. On Saturday, May 3, The Stuart School will host a 5k race on roadways around the school. As a result,…

Morven in May Is a Weekend’s Celebration Of Art, Craft, and Garden at Landmark Site

Artists and crafters often feel impelled to create. Barry Newstat is a case in point. From early childhood he has been losing himself in the art of making things. “I…

Ciclovia Bicycle Event On Quaker Road Sunday

The Princeton Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee will host the first annual Princeton Ciclovia on Sunday, May 4, from 1-4 p.m. on Quaker Road in Princeton. The Ciclovia, which is…

Inconveniences of Communiversity Raised at Monday’s Council Meeting

Is Communiversity growing too big for Princeton? Is its scheduling this year on a Sunday part of a trend to have events on what was once a “day of rest”…

Council Passes Town/Gown Tax Deal

The town of Princeton and Princeton University have produced a seven year agreement under which the University will make voluntary unrestricted financial contributions to the municipality totaling $21.72 million, as…

Family and Colleagues Remember Paul Sigmund As Brilliant and Kind

When he was 12, Paul Sigmund won the Philadelphia auditions for Quiz Kids radio show. Despite this distinction, after which he traveled to Chicago to compete with similarly gifted children…

Rules for Overnight Parking Among Topics at Council Meeting

A clarification of overnight parking regulations and approval of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS) were among the items of note during Princeton…

Art At The Party

These sidewalk artists at Sunday’s town/gown festival hark back to the original Communiversity, which began in 1974 as the Art People’s Party, then held on the grounds surrounding McCarter Theater,…

Little House

Susan Troost’s watercolor will be part of an exhibition at the Gourgaud Gallery, located in the Town Hall at 23-A North Main Street, Cranbury, from May 4 to 25 as…

From Donuts to Samosas: Prospect Ave. Food Trucks Serving Community Friday

Most people don’t associate the stately mansions that house Princeton University’s eating clubs with the idea of hunger. But this elegant row on Prospect Avenue will be the setting Friday…