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Liberty Island gets a Princeton Tiger makeover

Lead architect for the recently opened Statue of Liberty Museum hopes to help visitors engage with the site's history

Community blossoms at Princeton’s Vaseful Flowers and Gifts

Aakash Kanjani does a little bit of everything at his job in a flower shop at 305 Witherspoon St.

Food for Thought: Bon Appetit kiosk opens by Carnevale Plaza

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

Fireworks, concerts and more to mark July 4 in Mercer County

From concerts and fireworks to historical demonstrations, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the July 4 festivities in the Mercer County Area.

Parting Shot: Learning traditions

The rituals surrounding the prom are mysterious and puzzling to my eyes

Mercer County holding meetings on Bicycle Master Plan

The plan is intended to guide installation of bicycle facilities on county highways, connecting with state highways and municipal streets

Parting Shot: Pure Dawn by Pia de Jong

Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China was named one of the top five China books of 2014 by the Asia Society’s China File.

Princeton Merchants Association: Find passion — and a parking space — in Princeton this summer

The new parking system is designed to keep visitors in town longer and to make parking easy and affordable.

Special meals with an international flair: Blue Bears Special Meals

Eric Wimmer, wearing a starched white shirt with the words “Chef Eric” on it, asks if a guest at his new restaurant in the Princeton Shopping Center wants something...

What’s next for the Princeton Festival?

"We would like to make it a truly Princeton event, with other arts organizations here participating.”

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Freddie’s Tavern, opened in West Trenton in 1933, closes its doors

Owner Bud Patel says he hopes to reopen someday with an updated restaurant next to a new commercial and residential building