Saturday, December 10, 2016

Princeton photography exhibit highlights women’s lives in central Mali

A photography exhibit conveying women’s lives in central Mali and their resistance to jihadist efforts to impose despotic law will open at Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery in Robertson Hall on Friday, Dec. 16.

Princeton Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Holiday POPS! Seasonal Delights’

On Saturday, Dec. 17, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra Holiday POPS! Seasonal Delights concert will embrace the spirit of the holidays with the Princeton High School Choir and New Jersey Tap Ensemble.

Santa headed to Princeton Airport to greet children on Christmas Eve

The tradition will continue this year on Saturday, Dec. 24 when the Nierenberg family—owners of the airport—open the hangar doors to children awaiting Santa's arrival.

Drumthwacket decorated by New Jersey Garden Clubs for holiday season

The Governor’s Official Residence in Princeton is once again decorated in festive colors and designs that symbolize the tidings of the season.

Princeton Youth Hockey Association holds sock drive for the homeless

The Princeton Youth Hockey Association Tigers U12 Orange team is helping to warm the hearts of homeless people in our community, two feet at a time.

The Jersey Devil walks into a bar

Fifty miles from my home in Princeton is a place distinguished primarily by its emptiness.

Princeton Arts: South Asian culture, science lectures and more

Find out what's happening in Princeton through December.

Food for Thought: What’s new with BBQ?

In October, More Than Q closed up shop in Stockton and relocated to 13 Klines Court in Lambertville.

The joy beyond cooking: Local chefs discuss their passions

Three area chefs discuss their passions: how they developed, how they fit into their current lives, and how they compare to or contrast with their work as chefs.

From art to artifacts and booze to books, Princeton offers unique holiday gifts

We did the stroll recently and here are some of the possibilities that might help you in the holiday hunt (and possibly even make that jerk on your list think that you really care).

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American Ninja Warrior course opens to challenge Hamilton-area youth

During All Heart Athletic Academy's grand opening, more than 75 children participated in an American Ninja Warrior Competition.