News from Agricola Eatery

If you’ve been down Witherspoon Street lately, you’ve surely seen the construction happening at #11 Witherspoon, the site of Princeton’s new restaurant, Agricola Eatery. We’ve been eagerly awaiting the restaurant’s opening, and the wait is over: Agricola is taking a small number of reservations for this Sunday.   Though it’s their grand opening, they’re taking it slow,…

In Princeton, Sunday’s Big Game is Oyster Bowl XIV!

A Princeton tradition is entering its 14th year: Blue Point Grill’s annual ‘Oyster Bowl’ challenges seafood lovers to slurp delicious oysters for a good cause – Komen for the Cure.  With over $195,000 raised to date, this event puts the fun in fundraiser! Gather in front of Nassau Seafood & Blue Point Grill on Sunday…

Griggstown Holiday Event

It’s that time of year again when your holiday season decorator side takes over and brings the warm feeling of family get-togethers to your home. Luckily, the Griggstown Historical Society’s Annual Green and Goodies Sale will be held on Saturday, December 1st from 9 AM to Noon. You can find beautiful wreaths decorated with holly…

Local Businesses aid in Hurricane relief.

Princeton is a close-knit community with a history of unifying to help those in need. After the effects of Hurricane Sandy the Princeton business community has joined together in an effort to aid victims affected by the hurricane by creating the Princeton Hurricane Sandy Relief Drive. On Tuesday, November 20, everyone is invited to shop…

Yo! Rock the Vote!!

ROCK IT: October 27th from 4-7:30 p.m., Princeton will be the host of the Princeton Rocks the Vote Concert and you are cordially invited. This non-partisan event wants to engage the public in the political process and increase voter participation and local activism. This concert also celebrates the role of volunteers in this upcoming critical…

An Operetta in Princeton

The Princeton High School choir wants to bring a little bit of Venice to the community through their performance of Gondoliers, Gilbert and Sullivan’s twelfth operetta. The Princeton High School Performing Arts Center will be hosting the performance on October 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. Gondoliers will have you enticed with the story of…

StonyBrook Watershed FEST….It’s on!

Tap into your inner dragon and join the fun at the 37th annual Watershed Fest this Saturday October 13th at 6:30 pm.  The benefit is themed around this year’s Chinese zodiac — the  Water Dragon, which is one of the most auspicious signs — and promises to bring good luck to all who attend.  Expect great…

Great Local Movie Screening

Make some time on Thursday October 4th at 7 pm to catch a movie that will show you how global environmental issues can also be local issues and how people are working to make a difference here in New Jersey. “Sourlands – Stories from the Fight for Sustainability” is Jared Flesher’s new documentary, which talks…

Citizen Alert: Town Forum on A2586

To demonstrate the depth of its concern about A2586, a bill now in the State Assembly, Princeton Borough Mayor Moore and Borough Council is holding a Town Forum during the majority of its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, October 9th at 7:00pm in Council Chambers, Princeton Borough Hall, 1 Monument Drive, 08540. A2586 would exempt…

Free Drycleaning? Really!

It’s time to put  the colorful short sleeve shirts and shorts into the “summer clothes” bin and trade them in for pants, sweaters and jackets. Only this time when you send them to cleaners, think pink. October is the official month of Breast Cancer Awareness, which is why Princeton’s own Mayflower Cleaners wants to send…