Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Shakespeare in the park comes to Princeton

Princeton audiences can take in Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well," free of charge, at the Community Park North this month.

‘The Hidden Ally’ now available in paperback

‘The Hidden Ally” — a novella that first appeared in the August, 2017, issue of the Echo — is now available in paperback through Barnes & Noble.

Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch brings her performance art to Dohm Alley

It’s impossible to pass by Dohm Alley and not have your curiosity piqued. It will be even harder to miss when Carrie Ellmore-Tallitsch brings her performance art to the space.

Was Albert Einstein a little bit racist?

In an era when there seem to be near daily revelations about long-respected celebrities’ past wrongdoings, it was only a matter of time before the news arrived that Princeton’s best known and most beloved genius had a dark side.

Bring on the bowls, Sweetberry Bowls opens in Princeton

Sweetberry Bowls has opened in Princeton Shopping Center. The purveyor of acai bowls was founded by three health-conscious north Jersey natives in 2017,

Princeton Merchants Association: Making Princeton a destination

We all want the customer and visitor experience to be memorable, and we’d like for folks who have not yet come to Princeton to add this destination to their ‘bucket list.’

Princeton real estate: March, April residential transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between March 1 and April 30, are based on public records and tax files.

Princeton Zoning Board hears four applications at June meeting

The Zoning Board is scheduled to hear the following applications at its regular meeting on Wednesday, June 27.

Lucky 13 for Chimera Productions

Chimera Productions is marking its 13th consecutive year bringing a play to the Arts Council of Princeton’s 60-seat theater.

Christine’s Hope For Kids marks milestone with YMCA camps

With their donation of $25,000 Jean and John Gianacaci have donated $250,000 to YMCAs to date on behalf of Christine’s Hope for Kids Foundation.

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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.