Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXI, No. 23
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
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It’s New to Us by Jean Stratton

ARTISTIC ENDEAVOR: "I believe you must give back to the community. Every time, I do an art show, we give a donation to HomeFront. Last year, we sold 17 paintings and raised $1000 for HomeFront." Marc Udell, owner of Queenstown Gallery in Pennington, stands near a sampling of framing moldings and art work in his gallery."

Queenstown Gallery in Pennington Offers Custom Framing and Artwork

High quality custom framing and a selection of paintings by area artists is available at Queenstown Gallery in Pennington. Housed in the Isaac Hart House (1798), the gallery (which derives its name from the original designation of Pennington) is located at 43 South Main Street. It is now owned by Marc Udell, custom framer and professional photographer.

"I wanted to open a frame shop for years," says Mr. Udell, who has a degree in commercial photography, and was trained in custom framing by Larson Juhl, the leading manufacturer and distributor of custom picture framing moldings.

TEMPTING THE TASTEBUDS: "In today's world, everyone is so rushed. Olives offers quality restaurant food to take home and enjoy at leisure. We have international cuisine, with the focus on Mediterranean." Adam Angelakis, owner of Olives Gourmet Bakery & Delicatessen, is shown in the popular eatery's newly expanded quarters.

Olives Gourmet Bakery and Deli Expands to Offer More Choices

Olives is a true Princeton success story. Opened 12 years ago, offering Greek and Mediterranean food, this gourmet bakery and delicatessen's popularity just grows and grows.

The newly expanded space enables Olives to offer more delicious dishes, including top-quality prepared food to go. Now, even more hungry customers line up waiting to pick up their favorite dish.

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