Our Weekend Picks

Featured Event of the Week *Two pianists take to the stage to present music by Bach, Brahms, Saint-Saens and more at Princeton’s Stone Hill Church this Saturday. ‘Music for Two Pianos’ is a double piano concert featuring Princeton University’s Dr. Jamie Rankin, and Dr. Duane Funderbunk of Pasadena, CA. Enjoy the duo as they perform…

Women’s Self Defense Classes Offerred at Strong U in Bordentown

Women no longer have to live in fear of being attacked in parking lots, while jogging, or in their homes. The self-defense classes at Strong U are teaching women of all ages, sizes, and abilities how to defend themselves against the most common attacks that they may encounter. Based on the techniques of Krav Maga,…

Going Organic: NOFA NJ’s Summer Food Symposium

Fresh Jersey organic produce is coming into season; it’s so good and good for you! Okay – You’ve made the decision to eat healthier but don’t know where to start. Can what you eat really change how you feel? Do you need to know how to prepare or preserve fresh-picked food to maintain its taste…

Valley Road School Named Among 10 Most Endangered Historic Places NJ

Yesterday, Preservation NJ announced that it was designating Princeton’s Valley Road School on its 19th annual list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in the State of New Jersey. Explaining that “the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places program spotlights irreplaceable historic, architectural, cultural and archeological resources in New Jersey that are in imminent danger…

Nonprofit Spotlight: Young Audiences

Editor’s Note: Has your child ever come home from school excited and inspired about an assembly program or artist that came to their school that day?  The chances are pretty high that they were responding to a program brought to their school by Princeton based non-profit, Young Audiences New Jersey & Eastern Pennsylvania! We’re thrilled…

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…

Nonprofit Spotlight: Good Grief Comes to Princeton

Editor’s note: this is one organization you’ll want to familiarize yourself with and remember for future reference. Read on & you’ll see what we mean, and see why we’re thrilled to introduce this awesome nonprofit to our Princeton community. The loss of a parent or sibling has a huge impact on a family.  Navigating that…

Princeton Area Road Closings

Alright, neighbors: we’ve started to gather a list of roads in our area that are still closed after Hurricane Sandy.  We will keep this list updated as best as we can throughout the upcoming days. Please be advised: many local officials have asked that residents stay off the roads until they are fully cleared and…