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Vol. LXI, No. 45
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
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CHANGE CAN HAPPEN: Bridge Academy students take a break from constructing their own recycling center at the school. From left: Max Giaccone, Bridge Academy teacher Scott Fort, Veronica Serrano, Conor Carroll, Chelsea Tuccillo (seated), Buster Bozzi, Christina Spiro, David Goff, Darryl Bathersfield, and teacher Jen Ferri.

Trenton-based TerraCycle, Inc. Spurs Bridge Academy’s Recycling Efforts

Linda Arntzenius

Although Bridge Academy art teacher Sarah Bernotas was intrigued by TerraCycle’s graffiti arts initiative, it was the Trenton-based company’s recycling program that really caught on at the school.

Borough’s Pergola Finally Rises on Plaza; Tiny Park Causes Intense Discussion

Matthew Hersh

What had been something of a poster child of Princeton Borough’s stalled downtown redevelopment project, is now, finally, looming over Hinds Plaza, providing good news for a project that, recently, has been lacking just that.

Shopping Center Bookstore Goes Postal, Reintroducing Much-Valued Tradition

Matthew Hersh

Change at the Princeton Shopping Center does not always bode well for its customers.

Take the Princeton Public Library. In 2003, the library closed its temporary branch after its new facility was completed. When it packed up and reopened on Witherspoon Street, some Shopping Center patrons were left feeling a void.

Gov. Corzine Picked to Receive HiTOPS Policy Guardian Award

Linda Arntzenius

Governor Jon Corzine was tapped Tuesday, November 6, to receive the HiTOPS’ 2008 Policy Guardian Award.

The announcement was made at the HiTOPS Guardian Award Gala Kick-Off at the facility on Wiggins Street.

Ragged Sky Poets Reading Tonight at Library’s U.S. 1 Poets Series

Linda Arntzenius

Ellen Foos has a passion of poetry and for publishing. A production editor for Princeton University Press by day, she moonlights as a small press publisher. To date, her Ragged Sky Press, founded in 1992, has published fiction, nonfiction, and several poetry books, including a set of five by members of the U.S.1 Poets’ Cooperative.

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