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Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar in Princeton will reopen its doors on Wednesday, March 27 after a six-week renovation to update the dining room and bar.
Turning a vacant storefront into a colorful art-filled pop-up gallery each spring, HomeFront’s ArtJam invites art lovers to experience unique artwork while supporting a good cause.
Albert Einstein didn’t specify what to do with his body in his will, and he also didn’t leave any instruction for future birthday celebrations. But fear not: Mimi Omiecinski’s Princeton Tour Company has it covered.
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.
The Mercer County Science Fair has been running for 65 years. It has evolved over the years to give students a more hands-on approach to learning.
The Echo received lots of response to Richard K. Rein’s profile of Chris Hedges, author, social advocate, and Princeton resident.
A number of Princeton-based restaurants shared their ideas for new and refurbished eating and drinking establishments.
A glimmer of hope emerged in mid-February at a Dinky public forum with officials from the state Department of Transportation and NJ Transit.
Just glance at Princeton’s new zoning code, and you will notice at least one major change. Interspersed between the usual pages of dry, bulleted text, are colorful house diagrams — more like an architect’s sketchbook than your average zoning handbook.
In America you spend a lot of time crafting recommendation letters. Teachers write for all their students, but parents, friends, alumni, and colleagues are also summoned to duty. It is part of the culture.