Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXV, No. 29
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

IN BALANCE: “We believe that there are so many cases of ADHD and other neurological disorders affecting children because the brain is not in balance. The closer to balance you are, the better the brain will function.” Dr. Vincent Kiechlin, DC, DACNB, is Director of the Brain Balance Achievement Center of Princeton.

Brain Balance Achievement Center of Princeton Offers Non-Medical Options for Childhood Disorders

Jean Stratton

In many Asian traditions, balance is considered the key to a healthy and successful life. Western culture is beginning to see the value of this belief, as more and more people in our high tech and rushed society seek alternatives to drug-based medical treatment and trips to the psychiatrist! Yoga, acupuncture, meditation, and many forms of exercise are found to be beneficial to the achievement of a more balanced approach to life.

BEST BREWPUB: “We are a brewpub — on-site brewery and a restaurant — and we are the first licensed brewpub in New Jersey. We are also a member of the New Jersey Brewers Guild.” Eric Nutt, Sales & Marketing Manager of Triumph Brewing Company, is enthusiastic about the company’s 16th anniversary in business in Princeton.

Popular Triumph Brewery and Restaurant Has Become a True Princeton Institution

Jean Stratton

Time for a cold one? Now that it is officially summer, many folks like to enjoy a cold beer on a hot day.

Triumph Brewing Company at 138 Nassau Street can certainly oblige. Opened in 1995 by certified master brewer Adam Rechnitz, it has become a Princeton institution. Not only does it make beer on-site, it offers a full-scale restaurant as well.

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