Sunday, February 25, 2018

Far from the NFL, an over-the-hill gang is a football tradition

For years, a ragtag cast of characters has assembled at a Princeton park nearly every Sunday morning to play the young man’s game of touch football.

Landau and Labyrinth Books reveal the science of shopping

On a Saturday or Sunday in downtown Princeton the sidewalks are not paved with gold, but for retailers the next best thing: people.

Homestead Princeton focuses on brick and mortar in an e-commerce landscape

Homestead Princeton, a Hulfish Street shop, offers shopping immersion and a sense of community as an alternative to e-commerce.

Annual house tour opens doors to Princeton history

The Historical Society of Princeton's house tour features five historic homes that showcase a range unique connections to Princeton history.

A look back at the story — and coverage — of the Menendez murders

Ahead of NBC series, “Law and Order: True Crime" drama, we take a look back at the Menendez murders that shook the Princeton community and the nation.

Lewis Center of the Arts: The place where all the world’s a stage

Keep an eye out for the drama unfolding at the new home to Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts and the Department of Music.

For journalists, John McPhee still sets the bar

John McPhee’s new book on the writing process, “Draft No. 4,” was built from eight essays that appeared in the New Yorker.

Meet children’s author Anica Mrose Rissi and her inspirational dog

Anica Mrose Rissi is the prolific author of five Anna, Banana books, a picture book," and a young adult novel.

Cargot Brasserie sets the table for new arts center

Last month Jim Nawn opened his culinary centerpiece: Cargot Brasserie, a French themed, full service restaurant open seven days a week.

Landscaping in Princeton? Hold the water, please!

In Princeton, 400-square foot driveway or patio — classified as impervious along with wooden decks and other outside amenities — now requires a retention system.

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The water flowing out of the taps of Trenton Water Works’ customers is safe to drink. But, with repeated operational issues eroding trust in the quality of water, scores of local and state officials are working to ensure it stays that way.