Tuesday, August 14, 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.

From concerts and chemistry to ramen and rice, the story behind LAN Ramen and Tiger...

Two Princeton restaurateurs have at least two things in common: career paths that took radical turns and choosing Princeton as the stage for the second act of their professional lives.

Was there a better way? Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter speaks out

Princeton Police Chief Nick Sutter sits down with the Princeton Echo to discuss the Panera shooting, immigration, and other community policing issues.

In retail’s twilight, one Princeton store owner is in the ‘limelite’

Kelly Jung’s latest venture, Limelite, is on Hulfish Street in the space that used to be Alex And Ani. It is less than a month old and a logical outgrowth of her success at the other stores.

For this Princeton wildlife photographer it’s lights, camera, patience

A great egret in flight. A forlorn squirrel. A stately bald eagle. An osprey mid-air. A colorful eastern tiger swallowtail atop honeysuckle. These are among Princeton photographer Leigh Faden’s favorite subjects.

Waiting for Mr. Right: Adventures of being over 40 and single in Princeton

Over 40 and single in Princeton? Kristin Friberg knows the scene, and shares her adventures and misadventures.

Clarke Cottage: a colorful history where blue tarp meets red tape

Are there takeaways from the story of the Clarke Cottage? A tale of owning and renovating a home with history in Princeton.

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.

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.

How an old Princeton barn found a champion

Princeton's Carol Wojciechowicz was the driving force behind the barn restoration project at the Historical Society of Princeton.

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New owners, same traditions at treasured roadside ice cream stand Cream King

Cream King, the treasured ice cream oasis, opened in the mid-1950’s and has changed little since. But there has been one change this year. Cream King is under new ownership.