WILD ABOUT WACO: The Farmhouse Store Princeton co-owner, Ron Menapace has teamed up with HGTV stars, Chip and Joanna Gaines to carry their line of home furnishings. 

On Friday, April 15, 2016, The Farmhouse Store partnered with HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, from the popular show Fixer Upper, to bring Magnolia Homes to Princeton. Magnolia Homes is Chip and Joanna’s line of furniture, rugs, pillows, accessories, home décor and more. more


By Taylor Smith

The cherry-blossoms are blooming and the sun is shining – it’s Mother’s Day Weekend in Princeton, NJ! Here are Princeton Magazine’s Top 10 activities for Mother’s Day 2016. more

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By Taylor Smith

The return of Princeton Farmers’ Market on Hinds Plaza is a sure sign of spring and the promise of summer. The final April Outdoor Market will take place this Thursday, April 21 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Hinds Plaza adjacent to the Princeton Public Library. Beginning on Thursday, May 19, the market will re-occur every Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, through the end of November. more


It’s not all about the margaritas. 

Get ready for the bright festivities surrounding Cinco de Mayo with these fashion and food accessories.



It’s a jungle out there and these furry mothers will do just about anything to protect their young.

By Sarah Emily Gilbert

Moms are the best, but not just the human sort. The animal kingdom is full of mothers who are ready to – quite literally – go out on a limb for their children. Between teaching their young to forage food, defend themselves against predators, and battle the elements, animal moms have a big job. In celebration of Mother’s Day, we rounded up some of the fiercest mamas in the animal kingdom. more

By Taylor Smith

Photography by Erica Cardenas

The Arts Council of Princeton’s signature art and wine spring fundraiser Pinot to Picasso was held on Friday, April 29 in the Technology Center of Princeton on Carter Road.

The theme of the evening was electronics and robotics and this was reflected in both the atmosphere and the live art demonstrations. more


Thank your Mom for all she’s done with one of these thoughtful gifts. 



Sip Sangria and Margaritas at Mediterra.

The restaurant’s outdoor patio at the base of Palmer Square is the place to relax on balmy summer evenings. As darkness descends, the lights come on around the fountain, a popular and perfect spot for sipping Tony’s refreshing drinks and people-watching.

Watch the P-rade.

Every year Princeton University alumni descend on the town and the University for an extended weekend of orange and black fun. The annual P-rade is a highlight! Watch as the alumni parade through town in their classic orange and black-themed jackets. The oldest living alumni leads the charge as the head of the parade.


On Tuesday, April 19, one of Belgium’s greatest indulgences comes to Nassau Street in Princeton

By Sarah Emily Gilbert

You won’t have to travel far to get a taste of Belgium’s traditional Liege waffles thanks to Princeton’s newest foodie hotspot, Nina’s Waffles. Set to open on April 19 at 252 Nassau Street, Nina’s Waffles will be offering a wide array of sweet and savory treats, with a special highlight on their famous traditional Liege waffles. more

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Take inspiration from Coachella with these music festival fashions from Rebecca Minkoff.



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Celebrate our planet with these outdoor Instagrams of #Princeton

By Sarah Emily Gilbert

There’s no questioning Princeton’s commitment to environmental preservation and conservation.   The town is full of bicyclists, pedestrians, and other eco-friendly modes of transportation. There are several health-conscious supermarkets and farm-to-table restaurants and shops.  more


Fashion your garden into a backyard paradise with these Earth Day inspired accessories. 



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By Bill Alden

The northern Jersey town of Springfield has the feel of a typical upscale, leafy, east coast bedroom community with impressive homes, well-manicured lawns, and quiet neighborhoods.

But tucked into 474 acres in the northwestern part of town, off of Shunpike Road, stands one of the iconic sporting venues in the world, the Baltusrol Golf Club. more


Rooted in Tradition and Growing with the Times

By Sarah Emily Gilbert

Photography by Benoit Cortet

Like The Garden Club of Princeton’s (GCP) wisteria that grows on Mercer Island, the older the organization gets, the more it blooms.  Founded in 1911 by Albertina Taylor Pyne, wife of Moses Taylor Pyne, the GCP’s Charter Members include prominent names such as Mrs. Grover Cleveland, Mrs. Allan Marquand, and Mrs. Bayard Stockton, among others.   more


By Linda Arntzenius

Those in the know refer to it simply as the “AT.” In New Jersey it heads northeast along the highest ridges of the Kittatinny Mountains through Sussex and Warren counties and on through the Pochuck Valley into New York State. Parts of it can be discovered in High Point State Park, Stokes Forest State Park and the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. more

Angus Denton, Nobel Prize day, Wallace Hall

By Linda Arntzenius

Photos by Princeton University, Office of Communications, Denise Applewhite (2015)

The Princeton economist Angus Deaton seems almost bemused about winning the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences. “I always think of what I’m doing as ‘tinkering’ to make something better—in the end you’ve got something that looks like a new machine but it started with a lot of stuff that other people had worked on and then the Nobel prize committee comes along and says ‘look what you’ve done!’” more

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By Linda Arntzenius

Photography by Kristine Ginsberg/Elite Staging and Redesign

First impressions are vital in today’s competitive real estate market. Motivated sellers are increasingly making use of “home staging” for vacant and even furnished properties. Home staging recognizes the crucial difference between the way you live in your home and the way potential buyers see themselves living in their new home.  more


By Ellen Gilbert

His Princeton diploma (class of 1908) was signed by Woodrow Wilson and a street in the tony Western Section of town is named for him. On the less decorous side, perhaps, is the fact that Gerard Barnes Lambert (1886-1967) is widely known as the “Father of Halitosis,” for his aggressive marketing of Listerine mouthwash. Good news for guardians of good taste (pardon the expression) is that Lambert’s daughter, Rachel Lowe Lambert Lloyd “Bunny” Mellon (1910-2014), was a great pal of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. more


By Anne Levin

At almost every training session of the Trenton Circus Squad, Zoe Brookes hears someone shout out the phrase that has come to be her favorite in the English language: “I did it!”

The executive director of this program based in the capital city’s historic Wireworks Factory, Brookes nods and smiles as a tween-aged girl, as if on cue, exults in those three words after mastering a challenging landing from a jump that started on a minitrampoline and ended on a stack of mats.  more


“I try to keep my mind on movement itself…” — kinetic sculptor George Rickey

By Stuart Mitchner

Right now Princeton is a work in progress. From Avalon Bay to Arts and Transit, it’s an architectural fair—cynics might call it “architecture gone wild.” Whatever you think of it, transformation is the theme, at least until the buildings are standing, the design realized, manifested, ready to be inhabited and enjoyed and one day put between the covers of a book like Robert Spencer Barnett’s Princeton University and Neighboring Institutions (Princeton Architectural Press 2015).  more