Saturday, June 24, 2017

Princeton Zoning Board Updates

The Princeton Zoning Board approved two applications, with conditions, at its regular meeting on May 24.

Princeton Real Estate: potential and potential realized

Which kind of house would you choose: One with immaculate appointments and a price tag of $2.5 million? Or another one in the same neighborhood with few frills and a price of $789,000?

How will the Possumus pilot program impact Princeton parking?

Possumus, founded by Arash Sadeghi, has contracted with the municipality to purchase the time at up to 10 meters around town for the first pilot program of its technology.

What’s new on Nassau? Updates from Princeton’s retail scene

Sante Integrative Pharmacy has opened its doors at 200 Nassau Street.

Food entrepreneur Naomi Mobed’s Le Bon Magot offers a world of flavor

Food entrepreneur Naomi Mobed’s Le Bon Magot line of condiments won five awards at the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco this year.

Food for Thought: Updates on Cargot, Stage Left, and Aja

One of the most eagerly anticipated restaurant openings on the current Princeton scene is for Cargot Brasserie, the second, and final, eatery to open in the old Dinky train station.

Parting Shot: The Princeton syndrome

My diagnosis is clear: an obvious case of the Princeton Syndrome.

Discover Princeton through this photographic guide

Fine arts photographer Wiebke Martens and museum education consultant Jennifer Jang have collaborated to create “Discovering Princeton: A Photographic Guide with Five Walking Tours.”

A Princeton artist at the intersection of bravery and creativity

Princeton-based artist Meredith Remz has an exhibit on view at Small World Coffee’s Witherspoon Street cafe through early June.

A between-the-covers report on Princeton’s most exclusive clubs

Here is our informal guide to some of the private and public book clubs now flourishing in Princeton.

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Lawrence Girl Scouts teach the art of healthy food to earn Silver Award

Lawrence residents Kelli Collins, Kaitlyn Maloney and Nicole Seeburger created placemats that promote healthy eating to earn the Girl Scout Silver Award.