Sunday, April 30, 2017

Chad Goerner’s new book explores the tale of two Princetons

Former Princeton Township Mayor Chad Goerner has written a self-published book on the process and on the 60 years of unsuccessful consolidation efforts that preceded it.

Princeton Arts: The boss is in town

It’s unofficially official: Bruce Springsteen has taken over Princeton.

Meet Kate Festa, the new face at the Princeton Farmers Market

The Princeton Farmers Market will begin its summer season on Hinds Plaza on Thursday, May 18, with a new manager overseeing operations.

KFC (Korean fried chicken) comes to Princeton

It took much longer than it should have, but Princeton finally has joined the wildly (and justifiably) popular Korean fried chicken craze.

Parting Shot: The invisibles

Princeton has a large Latino community. But none of the white elite knows their stories, or even their names. These are the invisible Princetonians.

Pop-up shop set to offer a taste of France May 5 and 6

French crafters, artists, designers and more will come together May 5 and 6, 2017 at the Oh-la-la Ephermeral Boutique, a pop-up shop that aims to bring a little bit...

Mercer County Club Sports to host charity dodgeball tournament

Mercer County Club Sports will host an adult dodgeball tournament on Saturday, May 13 to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mercer County.

Meet the piano man at the Peacock Inn

No one has ever accused the bars in downtown Princeton of having too much live music.

The story of ‘A Story of Hope’

New York Times science reporter Gina Kolata’s new book, “Mercies in Disguise: A Story of Hope, a Family’s Genetic Destiny, and the Science that Rescued Them,” is a remarkable story about a family afflicted with a lethal neurological disease.

‘Hell’s Traces’ author Victor Ripp shares his family’s journey through the Holocaust

Alexandre Ripp only spent three years in the ominous shadows of Nazi Germany but if he had been able to tell his story, what a heart-rending and dramatic story it would be.

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Steinert student creates GoFundMe to replace broken classroom skeleton

Steinert High School senior Juliana Bell started a GoFundMe page to raise money for a new skeleton to give to science teacher Patrick Hearney.