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From Ghana to China, World’s Poets Gather in Princeton

The Princeton Poetry Festival is now such a fixture on the Princeton poetry scene that it is astonishing to realize that this is only the third time the biennial...

Showtime for YWCA Crafters’ Marketplace

Art in TownArt On CampusArt in the WorkplaceArt by the RiverOther MuseumsArt In TrentonCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200011/01115p05.html Princeton, arts, -->This article by Pat Summers was prepared for the...

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Volunteer PleaseAmerican Diabetes Association seeks volunteers for the Princeton Tour de Cure on Sunday, June 8, from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Educational Testing Services, 660 Rosedale Road,...

From Opera, Briefly, a Singer-Songwriter Emerges

Jon Lall, a 25-year-old singer-songwriter from Princeton, breaks stereotypes just by existing. There aren’t many people his age who are of South Asian ancestry, especially from central Jersey, who...

Area Showing Its Patriotic Colors and History

At this time of year the region becomes an historical time capsule as hundreds of re-enactors bring history alive. The reason, of course, is George Washington’s Christmas Day crossing...

Change of Programs As Violinist Tetzlaff Replaces Fischer

While violinist Julia Fischer’s Wednesday, January 23, Princeton University Concert appearance has been cancelled because of family reasons, area audiences are fortunate that PUC coordinators have secured German virtuoso...

The ABCs of LD & ADHD

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200010/01004p05.html Princeton, arts -->This article by David McDonough was prepared for the October 4, 2000 edition of U.S. 1 Newspaper. All rights reserved.The ABCs of LD...

Wine Festival Hits New Jersey

Two years ago, at the Tasters Guild International Wine Competition, which had more than 1,950 entry wines from 16 countries and 32 states and provinces, it was a New...

Wrestling with Manhood in a Violent Culture

When Jackson Katz, a former all-star high-school football player who in 1982 became the first man at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to earn a minor in women’s studies,...

The Curtain Rises on Einstein

In our America-centric look at the world, some of us think about Canada only when we are angry with our government and are thinking about where to run away....

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