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Introducing Forgotten History: A podcast from Community News Service

Our new podcast, hosted by reporter Diccon Hyatt, explores New Jersey's forgotten history. Listen as he uncovers extraordinary incidents that happened right here in Central Jersey.

McCarter Theater artistic director Emily Mann stepping down

McCarter Theater announced last month that Emily Mann, its artistic director for nearly 30 years, would step aside at the end of the 2019-’20 season.

Chipotle-style Korean BBQ comes to Princeton

If you’re looking to dip your toe in the waters of Korean cuisine, KBG is a sensible place to start. But if you’re hoping to have an authentic international experience, KBG probably isn’t the place to find it.

Linguistic paradoxes; Digital’s discrete ‘charm’

Two more Princeton professors — one in psychology and the other in computer science — have books coming out in early February, both published by the Princeton University Press.

Art meets medicine in new Princeton exhibit

Princeton resident Terri Riendeau's artwork is on display in “The Concussion Diaries,” an exhibit organized by the Arts Council of Princeton currently on view at Princeton Public Library.

From the bookshelf: ‘Fault Lines’ behind Trump

Two Princeton history professors have set out to answer a question much of the population has been asking since November, 2016: What happened?

Food for Thought: Peacock Inn, Winberies

There’s no better way to end hump day than with a relaxing glass (or two) of wine. Add in some snacks and interesting conversation, and you have the Peacock Inn’s new Wednesday afternoon wine tastings.

The sounds of heaven

In my imagination, I could hear the bells ringing out over the ocean. The firmament carries far.

At the ramparts with Chris Hedges

Princeton resident Chris Hedges’ new book, ‘America: The Farewell Tour’ paints a grim caricature of our country. Trouble is that sometimes the portrait is all too real.

More plans considered in Princeton for Hamilton-Wiggins

Whether you loved or hated the bicycle lane temporarily installed last year on Wiggins Street and Hamilton Avenue, you will be interested in the latest news posted by

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As Trenton Water Works receives new violations, its customers seek alternatives

Coming off the worst year in its history, Trenton Water Works received notice of three more state violations in January, continuing a cycle the utility has spent months trying to break.