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IAS Program Pays 90th Birthday Tribute To Maverick Scientist, Freeman J. Dyson

At the age of nine, Freeman J. Dyson who celebrates his 90th birthday this year, began writing a novel, Sir Phillip Roberts’s Erolunar Collision. When his mother died at the…

D&R Greenway Hosts Barn Dedication Party

D&R Greenway Land Trust invites the public to celebrate their dedication of the rescued historic timberframe barn on Hopewell’s St. Michaels Farm Preserve. Festivities take place from 5 p.m. until…

Philosophy Lunchtime Talks Planned for Public Library

“Spotlight on the Humanities: Philosophy,” a series of lunchtime philosophy talks, begins Monday, September 30, at noon at Princeton Public Library when Gideon Rosen of Princeton University presents “Philosophy and…

PSRC’s Total Brain Health® Fair on October 5th Will Offer Big Variety of Events and Activities

It’s definitely the hot topic in health today. TV and radio talk shows, newspapers, on-line articles, and casual conversation are all focused on it. The buzz is all about that…

Bruschi to Oversee Police Department

Meeting in public session Monday, the Princeton Council voted on an ordinance that would give statutory “appropriate authority” for civilian oversight of the Princeton Police Department to Princeton Administrator Robert…

Construction Firm Fined Following Canopy Collapse At Former Dinky Station

Just what caused the collapse last week of the overhead canopy at the old Dinky train station remains under investigation. But preliminary results reveal that the accident, during which no…

Sale of Land on Stockton Street Could Expand Battlefield Park

When the Princeton Battlefield Society gathers with the public at Battlefield Park this Saturday for “Revolution at Princeton,” a day of activities commemorating George Washington’s famous victory over the British,…

After the Installation

Princeton’s 20th president, Christopher L. Eisgruber (second from left), shares a moment in the Faculty Room at Nassau Hall with his three predecessors (from left) Harold T. Shapiro, Shirley Tilghman,…

Children’s Book Festival This Saturday Brings Authors, Illustrators to Hinds Plaza

Whether you are a child or a grown up, a teen or a tween, or just a kid at heart, the Children’s Book Festival to be held this Saturday under…

“Stylin’ on the Square” Is Parkinson’s Fundraiser

An event design to raise money and awareness for The Parkinson Alliance will be held on Palmer Square Sunday, October 6. On the green from noon to 4 p.m., the…