Richard K. Rein’s editorial, “How New York & Arlington ‘Lost’ Amazon HQ2” is the most cogent treatment of this subject I have read.
Mall owners and developers across the country are pondering what to do with these mega-structures.
The State Council on the Arts is accepting applications from New Jersey-based non-profit arts organizations that seek grants to support their ongoing operations, a specific arts program, or a single-day, weekend, or limited series art event.
There was far more interest than usual in last Saturday’s Princeton football game against Penn.
In spite of all that was presented in the U.S. 1 piece, I can’t recall that over any of those years I ever heard the word “haunted” with reference to TPH from anyone across the hospital staff or patients.
Thank you for your coverage of Better Angels (www.Better-Angels.org) in Richard K. Rein’s October 31 column.
Last winter the Flu killed 80,000 men women and children. Such shocking and appalling loss of life need not have happened, and must not be repeated.
An eagle-eyed reader, Mark Cehelyk of Princeton Landing, noticed an error in Richard K. Rein’s October 31 column on the partisan divide.
On October 12 the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) hosted our celebration of our 110th anniversary.
The Princeton community rose to the challenge on November 17 and supported our Princeton Period Project collection drive at McCaffrey’s in Princeton.