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Small cards make big impact

A 70th birthday trip across the world. A Hollywood Walk of Fame bat mitzvah. A girls’ royal wedding brunch. When the planners of those unique events sought invitations that...

Salon stays on the cutting edge

Hairstyles from around the world are appearing on Witherspoon Street thanks to Godfrey Fitzgerald, owner of Godfrey Fitzgerald salon in Princeton. From his training at the Vidal Sassoon Salon in...

D’Angelo a good fit in borough food scene

It’s not every town where customers walk into a grocery and ask for cured Italian fish roe, but Princeton is such a place. When long-awaited D’Angelo Italian Market opened in...

Recycled bicycles a business with benefits

By Allie Ward Russ White took an age-old saying and turned it into a business model when he started the Boys and Girls Club Bike Exchange—at the Bike Exchange, one...

‘Artistic, progressive’ plastic surgeon aims to suit any patient’s lifestyle

By Karissa Hearn Regardless of which facial feature needs attention, Dr. Eugenie Brunner of Princeton has a method to suit any issue and any lifestyle. Brunner, a Princeton resident, specializes in...

ChazMaTazz decking out Princeton community for more than 16 years

By Karissa Hearn People invest lots of time and effort into planning their special occasion, whether they are weddings, proms or black tie events. For men, choosing the perfect shirt,...

School pioneers ‘multisensory’ education

The Lewis School founding director Marsha Lewis came to Princeton with a mission: to provide for others the multisensory educational approach she had needed as a student. In 1973, the...

Forest a Princeton gem since 1982

Ludis Brensinger says the case of estate jewelry at Forest Jewelers in Princeton is full of stories. Brensinger, the store’s assistant manager, selects a business card holder, made of 18-karat...

Find the latest designs at Rouge

Rouge is a place where friends and fashion lovers can meet, and sales associates can’t wait to help them find their perfect fashion piece. And it’s a boutique where...

New winery delivering on grape expectations

As the afternoons at Terhune Orchards go from chilled to frigid and autumn turns to winter, the farm that bustles with activity and commerce through the apple-picking months typically...

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Impractical Jokers’ James Murray talks about living in Princeton, his new novel “Don’t Move”

Murray's fourth book with Darren Wearmouth, "Don’t Move"—the tale of a West Virginia camping trip gone awry—will be released Tuesday, Oct. 20.