Princeton Scoop Kids Weekend Guide 11/21-11/22

“Never get so busy living that you forget to make a life” HAPPY WEEKEND! Princeton Scoop Kids Weekend Guide 11/21-11/22 Little Scoops Experience a Waldorf education on Saturday November 21st at their Early Childhood Sample Class and Open House. Children ages 2-5 and their caregiver are invited to learn about their play-based, nature-based inspired early…

10 Questions with Jessica Durrie

Name: Jessica Durrie Occupation: Owner, Small World Coffee Home: Princeton 10 Questions Answered…… What is on your nightstand?       Water always, treats for my puppy, my reading glasses, and a book or magazine that I can never stay awake to read. Biggest Vice?     It used to be sugar, but I have trained myself to get…

Our Weekend Picks

This Week in Princeton: Pickle Cars, Hummingbird Houses & Parmesan Cheese! Save the Date: A Day of Luxury with peach, Friday March 13 *Ladies, you deserve a day of luxury, and this event is only happening once. Join peach at their perfect fit boutique this Friday, March 13, discover your perfect bra fit, and treat yourself…

PrincetonScoop’s Guide to Princeton, NJ

Announcing the newest digital magazine from PrincetonScoop – our Guide to Princeton, New Jersey! Inside, you’ll find the scoop on where to eat, shop, stay or play in Princeton. Perfect for day-trippers, vacationers, and parents visiting their Princeton area students! Restaurant listings, shopping & store listings, hotel & accommodation ideas, and fun ways to spend…

Our Weekend Picks

Friday, October 3 A day at school for girls in the 1700-1800s was very different than the school day our kids experience. Morven Museum presents ‘Hail Specimen of Female Art,’ highlighting the handiwork of New Jersey school girls with an exhibition of over 150 needle work samples, dating through 1860. This landmark exhibition will reunite…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, May 1 If you’ve visited – or even walked past – the Princeton University Art Museum recently, you’ve noticed two new sculptures by the infamous Alexander Calder, on loan to the museum. This Thursday, join acclaimed art critic Jed Perl for a lecture on Calder in McCormick 101. In addition to having been the…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, April 3 Poet and author Jane Hirshfield will be giving a talk & holding a book signing at Stuart Country Day School this Thursday. Author of seven collections including ‘Come, Thief,’ ‘After,’ and ‘Given Sugar, Given Salt’, Hirshfield’s first poem was published in 1973, shortly after her graduation from Princeton (she was a member…

Our Weekend Picks: March 27-30, 2014

Featured Event of the Weekend: Sample Fitness Class at Lululemon on Saturday If you’re looking to make fast and lasting changes to your fitness level, appearance and overall health, check out The MAX of Princeton – a 10 week fitness challenge that combines fitness classes, nutritional counseling, and motivation. (It’s like having a trainer, a…

Our Weekend Picks

Thursday, March 13 Soon, we’ll be shopping the Farmers’ Market in sunny Hinds Plaza, but until the warm weather officially returns, you can find us shopping for all things local at Princeton Farmers Market indoors at Princeton Public Library. Head to the community room for local produce, cheese, pastries, crafts and more. FREE, 11am-5pm. www.princetonfarmersmarket.com…

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…