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Vol. LXIII, No. 51
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
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“EARTH DAYS”: Princeton native Robert Stone’s film “Earth Days” will be screened at the Garden Theater at 6 p.m. on Thursday, January 7 as part of the Princeton Environmental Film Festival, with a discussion with Mr. Stone to follow at the public library. The festival will run from January 2 through January 17, featuring over 50 films with speakers, filmmakers, and panel discussions. For a complete schedule, visit

Environmental Film Festival Tops the Bill as Library Looks Forward to a New Year

Dilshanie Perera

With an expanded array of programming, the upcoming Environmental Film Festival at the Princeton Public Library offers a powerhouse assembly of films, speakers, discussions, and diverse subject matter, for what promises to be an engaging two weeks in the new year. All events are free and open to the public.

Understanding Public Health Issues: DiFerdinando Looks at Anthrax and H1N1

Ellen Gilbert

“It was a relatively complicated fact pattern,” said George T. DiFerdinando, Jr. recalling the local anthrax scare in 2001 when he was Acting State Health Commissioner. “At least a half-dozen, if not a dozen books have been written on that specific group of facts.”

First Units in Palmer Square Residences Slated for Completion by Spring of 2010

Dilshanie Perera

With construction progressing at a steady pace along Paul Robeson Place and Chambers Street, the Residences at Palmer Square, also known as “Hulfish North,” will begin occupancy in stages, with the first residents moving in by spring of 2010.

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