Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Food for Thought: Carlos is back at Cox’s, Ramen reversals

Carlos Espichan, who for 25 years worked at the old Cox’s Store at 180 Nassau Street, has returned to that space after the recent closing of Dolceria Gelato.

Two Sevens brings a Latin kick to Princeton’s Witherspoon Street

Two Sevens is a new industrial chic urban dining venue with Latin-inspired cuisine is located next to the Avalon Bay apartment complex.

Present Day Club: why her club is still her club

The stately home at the corner of Stockton Street and Library Place is more than another historic building in an historic part of town. The discreet brass plaque on the front door identifies it as the Present Day Club.

Nassau Club: how his club became their club

Thirty one years ago a neighbor asked my husband, Toby, if he would like to join the Nassau Club. I wasn’t asked because women were not allowed as members.

Princeton real estate: an ode to zip code 08540

A lot of people love to say they live in Prince­ton. Princetonians, on the other hand, can be quite protective of their town’s true borders.

Meet Ben Colbert, an artist and activist creating cows for his town

Ben Colbert, a former Princeton resident who now lives in Lawrence, is currently involved in a public art project called “Cows in Our Town,” which was created to promote awareness of local artists.

Princeton Zoning Board hears four applications at January meeting

The Zoning Board heard four applications at its January 24 meeting. Three were approved with conditions and one was denied.

Improving Princeton: community contributions from the Echo’s readers

Last month we printed “10 ways to improve Princeton in the new year,” a list of modest suggestions for making Princeton a better place to live and work. As promised, here's our follow-up.

Princeton Merchants Association: retail no longer merely what’s sold at counter

Retail is no longer merely what’s sold at the counter. As a matter of fact, in some brick-and-mortar shops, there is no counter.

Princeton Echo Parting Shot: all the glittering prizes

In America, sports are the religion of the masses. Our Dutch national team would struggle to keep up with these boys and girls who have to train endlessly at the most impossible times.

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