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Vol. LXV, No. 47
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
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HAWAII-BOUND: The Princeton High School Studio Band has been asked to play at a program commemorating the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.

PHS Studio Band Asked to Play at Ceremonies Commemorating the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Ellen Gilbert

By invitation of the Governor of Hawaii, the Princeton High School (PHS) Studio Band will participate at 70th anniversary ceremonies commemorating the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

A New Drug to Treat Macular Degeneration Was Tested in Trials by Local Physician

Anne Levin

As recently as five years ago, those who suffered from age-related macular degeneration had to resign themselves to the frightening probability that they would lose their ability to see. That was before two drugs, Lucentis and Avastin, arrived on the market and considerably approved the odds.

New Jersey’s Best Buildings, Places Celebrated in Architect’s Library Talk

Anne Levin

Princeton rates prominently in a new book that celebrates the architecture of the Garden State. But the recently released AIA New Jersey Guidebook: 150 Best Buildings and Places reaches to all corners of the state and covers a broad range of styles.

“The Space Was Singing for a Mural”: Student Art Graces PCS Music Room

Ellen Gilbert

“Whenever kids go out of their way to make beauty, it is something,” observed Princeton Charter School (PCS) Music Director Jeanne Nahan.

In this instance, she was referring to a student-created mural in the new campus center’s music room. “There is a wall above where I stand and teach; I envisioned a mural to across the top. The space was singing for a mural.”


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