Every 28 Hours, a theater project inspired by the hotly-debated statistic that a black person is killed by the police, security guards, or neighborhood watch vigilantes every 28 hours in the United States, is coming to McCarter Theatre.
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger will be speaking in Princeton next month to promote his new book American Dreamer: My Life in Fashion & Business.
“Dear Family of the Class of 2020,” begins the cheerful letter I recently received. Our son has begun his first year at an American university.
The latest food and dining news from Princeton.
“Nature as Muse: A Sensory Exploration of One Landscape through Four Creative Perspectives” will run on four consecutive Sundays this month.
The Aquinas Institute’s former home at 65 Stockton Street is now being renovated by its new owners.
What’s happening this month in Princeton?
Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s concert will feature the world premiere of “Is it enough? Perhaps It Is,” a piece commissioned by PSO from London-born composer Julian Grant.
Teitelbaum and Lunn, now both retired, are the driving force behind a group called Quiet Princeton, a grass roots organization dedicated to the reduction of noise from landscaping activities in our fair town, particularly from leaf blowers.
Freshly retired after 19 years with the nonprofit International School Services (ISS) on Roszel Road, Haas rents an apartment directly above the restaurant and overlooking bustling Hinds Plaza.