Hannah Semmelhack has been busy balancing class work with her new responsibilities as executive director of Princeton Summer Theater.
Andre Veloux, the Princeton-based artist whose feminism-inspired works are created exclusively from Lego bricks, is exhibiting works in New York City.
With murals recovered from the speakeasy era basement bar now gracing the walls of the dining room, the modern day Peacock Inn has a touch of old world dining that is rarely found these days.
Peacock Inn has undergone a rebirth as an upper-tier boutique hotel, but perhaps there is something here for Princeton residents of more modest means.
For some people Barsky is synonymous with tear downs of small homes and the building of McMansions that seem out of proportion in the neighborhood.
Those who were in Princeton last spring and who were at the forefront of the demonstrations will keep busy building better bars and turning on the erotic lamps in their windowsills. Welcome home.
Princeton audiences can take in Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well," free of charge, at the Community Park North this month.
‘The Hidden Ally” — a novella that first appeared in the August, 2017, issue of the Echo — is now available in paperback through Barnes & Noble.
It’s impossible to pass by Dohm Alley and not have your curiosity piqued. It will be even harder to miss when Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch brings her performance art to the space.
In an era when there seem to be near daily revelations about long-respected celebrities’ past wrongdoings, it was only a matter of time before the news arrived that Princeton’s best known and most beloved genius had a dark side.