Monday, October 22, 2018

Meet the Princeton school board candidates

Five candidates are competing for two spots on the Princeton Public Schools’ Board of Education in the November 6 election.

Dara-Lyn Shrager becomes Princeton Public Library’s poet-in-residence

For the first time since the Princeton Public Library opened its doors in 1909, the library boasts its very own poet-in-residence: Dara-Lyn Shrager.

From London to Princeton, Orvana creates fashions that fit

What was once a thriving pop-up shop in Palmer Square will become a permanent fixture on Chambers Street. Orvana is Princeton’s newest boutique.

Unsafe at any speed: How can we make Princeton streets safer?

A year ago a pedestrian was killed at the intersection of Nassau Street and Washington Road. How can we make Princeton's streets safer?

Princeton school board battles: A referendum update

The month began with more arguments over the proposed $130 million school bond referendum and ended with the process on hold, at least for now, and no word on when it might be put before the voters.

Princeton Adult School offers a world of cooking at your fingertips

The Princeton community’s vaunted diversity is on display this fall, not in a theater or a museum, but in the cooking classes offered by the Princeton Adult School.

Princeton’s compost blues

Princeton is one of 35 national finalists in the Bloomberg challenge. However, Princeton’s composting bins “contain too much prohibited material.

‘Pleasing Decay’ paintings and masks on view at Gallery at Chapin

The Gallery at Chapin presents paintings and masks by Gregory Hengesbaugh in an exhibition entitled “Pleasing Decay” from Sept. 11 through Oct. 5. The opening for the public will...

Husband and wife file lawsuit against Princeton school district

The suit alleges that the board’s use of an electronic voting system violates the state’s Open Public Meetings Act, commonly known as the Sunshine Law.

Princeton alumna Katie Welsh’s musical homecoming

Katie Welsh, Princeton 2015, honed her musical skills at the university’s Lewis Center. Now she’s back in town, opening a series of cabaret shows at the Arts Council on September 8.