Plan is for expanded graduate housing, an "innovation hub," open space and athletic areas, and additional parking
RWJ Medical School professor Frederick Lepore’s new book follows Einstein’s brain on its odyssey from 112 Mercer Street, above, to the autopsy table at Princeton Hospital, and, eventually, into the hands of scientists.
Carnegie Hall, the Carnegie Corporation, the Carnegie Hero Fund, the Peace Palace in The Hague, Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie libraries, and I can go on and on. Andrew Carnegie left his mark everywhere. Even in Princeton, where he left Lake Carnegie for the crew team.
How John Popper and Blues Traveler blew their way to stardom, starting with Princeton High’s Studio Band.
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.
The stained glass image of the Nativity can be found over the entrance of Princeton University Chapel. Charles Connick's work is just one piece of a mainly translucent yet always transcendent visual art legacy that Princeton and the region are blessed to have inherited
Princeton’s Bon Apetit kiosk has been a long time coming with a menu heavy on carbohydrates PLUS: new restaurant Spice Grill at 182 Nassau, Chinese food with a Louisiana twist, Diesel and Duke replacing 30 Burgers, Waiters' Race returns, Kristine's is coming, and Terra Momo Bread Company expands
The Alexander House, located on the Princeton Theological Seminary campus at 58 Mercer St., was constructed in 1819 for co-founder and first professor Archibald Alexander
A lot of people love to say they live in Princeton. Princetonians, on the other hand, can be quite protective of their town’s true borders.
Local Greek, the new dining spot on Leigh Avenue, is abuzz with patrons choosing items to take out and diners lingering over lunch. Clearly, word is getting around.