Monday, July 22, 2019

Complex Simplicity: There’s bronze in them thar crayons

A few years ago, I dug out the Raggedy Ann and Andy crayon box that contained my childhood crayons, or what was left of them.Going through the box, I...

Pedestrians good for Princeton

In the Sounding Off section of last month’s issue of the Princeton Echo, Richard K. Rein wrote an article about pedestrians in town that I believe deserves a response.I...

You Never Know Who’s Listening

I have often thought that of all the superhero powers, the coolest would be the ability to be invisible. You could roam the earth listening in on private conversations,...

Looking Back: Wally Byam Comes to West Windsor

Following World War II, family camping became a popular way to spend at least part of your summer vacation. Compared to a resort hotel or something that required travel...

Ewing Then and Now: The first school for the deaf in N.J.

The “stone house on the hill” from last month’s column sits on the campus of the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf — another institution worthy of consideration.

‘Then and Now’ is worth reading

About twenty years ago, the Princeton Corridor Rotary Club decided that it was time to begin the formal documentation of the history of one of central New Jersey’s most important areas: West Windsor Township.

Letter: Voices must unite against pipeline

Imagine the tragedy that could come with such an explosion here, in our town. The AP story about the Canadian blast described a fireball lighting up the sky.

Trump Must Be Stopped

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” — Dr....

Letter: Still concern for proposed pipeline

South Jersey Gas is one of the member companies behind the proposed PennEast pipeline, an unneeded and dangerous fossil fuel project that would put New Jersey’s land, air, water, and communities in grave danger if built.

‘Think Positive’

If there ever was a case for not believing everything you see in print, it’s last year’s Farmers’ Almanac which predicted a “kinder and gentler” winter overall, especially compared...