Friday, March 24, 2017

Princeton’s Bradley Snider uses math skills to win $246K playing poker

After winning nearly a quarter of a million dollars at poker, Princeton senior Bradley Snider has his eyes on another prize—Wall Street.

Princeton Merchants Association: What’s in store for Princeton real estate?

Looking ahead, there’s no reason to think that 2017 will be a bad year for either commercial or residential real estate in Princeton.

Griggstown Farm launches a ‘Chicken Channel’

Griggstown Farm recently launched its own YouTube channel: the Griggstown Chicken Channel.

Central NJ, circa 1985, in the eyes of author Richard Ford

The organization People and Stories will host Richard Ford, a locally connected writer, at its March 24 fundraiser at the Nassau Club.

‘Einstein!’ makes its Princeton debut for Pi Day

As has become a Princeton tradition, Mimi Omiecinski of Princeton Tour Company and area merchants will mark Albert Einstein’s birthday with the town’s annual Pi Day celebration on Saturday, March 11.

‘The Perpetual Now’ is a local story to remember

Michael Lemonick’s new book, “The Perpetual Now: A Story of Amnesia, Memory, and Love,” is a story with a promising beginning, a tragic middle, and an as-yet unwritten conclusion.

About that kid on congas: Not the look but definitely the beat

If you happen to be in downtown Princeton, you might catch an ensemble that includes keyboard, guitar, congas, and vocals playing the contagious dance music made famous by the Cuban sounds of Buena Vista Social Club.

From fat cat to racketeer? Jay Regan says no way

A system to beat the dealer at blackjack paved the way for Jay Regan’s successful Princeton Newport Partners. Federal RICO charges brought the firm down, but after the convictions were thrown out, Regan got back to work.

Food for Thought: Monday night treat at Nomad Pizza

Pat Tanner reports on the latest food trends happening in and around Princeton.

Parting Shot: Patriot dreams of a Dutch family settling in America

It seemed like a great idea, to move from Amsterdam to another continent. But when I first heard my daughter sing “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee,” something unexpected happened to me.

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Mercer Muslim community seeks to educate following ban, shooting

The members of the Islamic Circle of Mercer County know what people say about Islam. They also know that not everybody knows what Islam is all about. And that is what they’re looking to change.