Monday, June 18, 2018

Let’s take this outside: a guide to Princeton’s outdoor dining scene

Outdoor dining spots in Princeton sprout like dandelions in the spring. Some are official, others are created at little places where food and seating come together.

At Princeton University, time to ‘revise your ride’

By 2020 Princeton University hopes to pay bonuses to workers who do not use their car to commute to work.

On ‘complete streets,’ drivers will have to share with others

Bike lanes, bike boulevards, more efficient sidewalks – the car is no longer king in Princeton.

Meet the Princeton council candidates

This article was originally published in the June 2018 Princeton Echo. Five Democrats and one Republican will appear on ballots in the June 5 primary election for Princeton Council. Adam Bierman,...

An out-of-the-box proposal to save Westminster Choir College

Some out-of-the-box thinking has evolved that would enable the town to buy the Westminster Choir College, and partially underwrite the cost by selling the Valley Road school to a private developer.

Paradise found in Michael Robertson’s new book on utopias

To research his most recent book, Michael Robertson sought out his own little piece of heaven in a remote village in the Scottish Hebrides.

Princeton Parklet returns to Witherspoon Street

The Princeton Parklet has returned to its roots. The mini-park the size of three parking spaces has been installed in front of Small World Coffee’s Witherspoon Street cafe.

Parting Shot: dancing lights in the sky

It’s finally summer in Princeton. We had to wait until late spring to get warm, but now the roses are blooming and the air is dripping with fragrant honeysuckle.

Food for Thought: Peacock Inn reopens

A group of real estate investors who also own the the Washington Crossing Inn has purchased the Peacock Inn and reopened both the 16-room hotel and its restaurant and bar.

‘Interwoven Stories’ exhibit features embroideries by Princeton community

An exhibit titled “Interwoven Stories” features embroideries by community members on 8.5 x 11 pieces of cotton muslin stitched to look like looseleaf paper.

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