Friday, January 24, 2020

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party

Parties, galas, social events and more. Discover what the socialites of Princeton are up to and read about events and gatherings around town.

Arts Council Welcome Reception for Taneshia Nash Laird

When Taneshia Nash Laird was hired to replace outgoing executive director Jeff Nathanson, the Arts Council board noted that she brought “a unique blend of arts, economic development,...

Backstage at an Arts Council Fundraiser

More than 450 guests packed the grand lobby of the ultra-modern Carl Icahn Laboratory on Princeton University’s campus Saturday evening, October 28, for Dining by Design, the annual Arts...

Princeton Communiversity

We didn’t find anyone decked out in black tie or little black party dress at Communiversity, but we still felt it was a pretty good party. With cars banned...

Sustainable Jersey Dinner

Getting people to eat good — as in healthy — food is usually a good deed in itself. On Thursday evening, August 9, at Terhune Orchards it was also...

McCarter’s Annual Gala

McCarter Theater Center’s Saturday, May 17, Gala Benefit brought together more than 500 area supporters to help the two-time Tony Award-winning regional theater company and performing arts venue reach...

Remember 9/11: Reflections and Memories from NJ

It evokes one type of horror to watch video footage of the World Trade Center towers crashing down or see still photographs of the towers in flames. I...

Princeton Festival Gala

There’s still a month to go before this year’s Princeton Festival gets underway with its eclectic combination of opera, musical theater, and chamber music, and jazz.

Princeton Chamber Business After Business Holiday Party

As everyone oohed and ahhed over the ornaments, each tree in the Festival of Trees seemed more beautiful than the last. Morven Museum and Garden hosted the Princeton Regional...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Caliper’s 50th Anniversary

It was an illustrious venue for an illustrious occasion. More than 150 guests gathered at Jasna Polana to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Caliper Corporation, the Princeton-based human resources...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Arm In Arm Fall Benefit

Arm In Arm, the Trenton-based nonprofit organization, raised more than $90,000 at its annual fall benefit in Princeton.

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