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#b#Event Alert#/b#

Stuff happens. A freak storm kills the electricity in your theater. A musician gets stuck in Europe because of volcanic ash. A play opening is postponed at the last minute.

Whatever the crisis, we want event planners (and our readers) to know that while our print edition comes out just once a week, we update our events database online every day at princetoninfo.com. And we send out Tweets and Facebook posts regularly throughout the day. And we can post breaking news on our home page. So, if you have a last-minute change or cancellation, send an E-mail to events@princetoninfo.com with an urgent subject line, or better yet, do something really old-fashioned: pick up the phone and call us at 609-452-7000 and ask for Lynn Miller, events editor, or Jamie Saxon, Preview editor.

#b#To the Editor#/b#

On behalf of the Arts Council of Princeton, I want to thank everyone — including our more than 35,000 visitors, 200 vendors and 40 performance groups — who helped make the 40th annual Communiversity Festival of the Arts such a spectacular event on a beautiful day.

When the Arts Council and Princeton University students plan Communiversity Festival of Arts each year, we envision a town meets gown celebration with something for everyone — diverse music and dance performances, outstanding artistry, fun and creative children’s activities, delicious food, and participation from numerous local merchants, nonprofits, and campus groups. I would like to thank all of the Arts Council staff and volunteers who gave their time and energy to make the overall event, including the Arts Council activity areas, a triumphant success.

We would also like to express our heartfelt thanks to: Princeton University, the Princeton Police Department, Princeton Fire Department, Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Princeton Regional Health Department, Princeton Borough, Lea Quinty, Bob Bruschi, Wayne Carr and staff, Palmer Square Management, Bank of America, our event planner — Grayson Bridge Communications & Events, and all of our generous event sponsors (the complete list can be found at www.artscouncilofprinceton.org).

Jeff Nathanson

Executive Director, Arts Council of Princeton

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