Princeton-based artist Marsha Levin-Rojer's exhibit “Music Made Visible: Metaphors of the Ephemeral” is on view at the Bernstein Gallery through January 31.
A grant is allowing Princeton Montessori School to develop a farm-to-school curricular program that will ultimately be replicated in other school districts.
The court of public opinion has been convened in the matter of the new parking meters on Princeton streets.
The Princeton zoning board usually approves, occasionally denies, and once in a while continues an application to a subsequent meeting.
The $27 million school referendum, greatly reduced from the $130 million proposed at one point last year, was approved by voters, 2,186 to 1,613.
One day he appeared, standing pontifically on our stovetop. The gleaming Alessi Whistling Kettle that belonged to my roommate.
Weichert, Realtors has announced the start of the 40th Annual Weichert Toy Drive, which runs through Friday, Dec. 14.
From musical performances to historical reenactments, there are plenty of holiday events happening in our area to keep you entertained all month long.
Nearly three years ago, when a group of Princeton investors presented a plan for converting the old Masonic Temple building on Maclean Street into a multi-unit apartment building, concerns were raised at the Zoning Board about the effect the proposed residences would have on the density of the John-Witherspoon neighborhood of which it is a part.
In the spirit of the season, here’s an experiment in holiday shopping: Where is the happy medium between “shop local” and buying all of your gifts on Amazon.com?