Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXII, No. 52
Wednesday, December 24, 2008
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(Photo by Dilshanie Perera)

TELEVISIONARIES: Sharyn Murray (left) shows Michel Mockers and George McCollough (standing) her latest work inside the studio at Princeton Community Television. Originally created by the Borough and Township in January 1997, the non-profit television station also functions as an educational facility, community media center, and creative space that is open to all members of the public.

Helping People “Find Their Own Voice”: Princeton Community TV Does It Right

Dilshanie Perera

While many residents have probably chanced upon Princeton Community Television while flipping through the channels, most don’t know that they can work on their own shows on site at the station, or take classes there to gain video-making expertise.

Library Board Approves Six-Month Trial of DVD Dispensing Machine

Ellen Gilbert

At its monthly meeting last week, the Princeton Public Library Board of Trustees approved a six-month trial of an outdoor Redbox, a $1-a-night DVD dispensing machine that would be located near the driveway at the rear of the library. The only other Redbox site in Princeton right now is at McCaffrey’s supermarket, with others nearby at the Skillman and Route One Shoprites, Wegmans, and the Princeton Junction Acme.

Wind-Up Bears, Soldiers, Knife-Grinders Among Windrows Resident’s Treasured Toys

Ellen Gilbert

Lester Arstark used to limit his antiques-loving wife Janice’s expeditions. “Three antique shops all the way to Maine!” she exclaimed recently, describing his impatience with her passion. Then, in the late 1970s, he caught the bug himself. The result is the extraordinary collection of antique toys that now lines the shelves of Mr. Arstark’s office in their Windrows home.

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