Cultural Events

9AM-4PM 20th Annual Eden Autism Services’ Princeton Lecture Series at Princeton University. Presenters from Harvard Medical School, University of South Florida, and Virginia Commonwealth University will lecture on all aspects of autism. The day-long event includes breakfast and lunch. www.
6-10PM American Red Cross “Celebrate Red” gala at the TPC Jasna Polana estate in Princeton. The evening includes dinner, music by The Franklin & Alison Orchestra, and a live auction.
11AM Olympic runner Adam Goucher and Tim Catalano, authors of the bestseller Running the Edge, speak at the Princeton YMCA.
7-9PM Author Chang-Rae Lee delivers a talk and signs copies of his new novel On Such a Full Sea at the Princeton Public Library.

Art Scene


Artistic Innovation and Influence

By Linda Arntzenius Visitors to this month’s Philadelphia Flower Show (March 1 to 9) may feel as though they’ve walked into MoMA instead. Taking their lead from the legendary American ...

Book Scene


High Times In A Wide-Open Town

By Stuart Mitchner In May 1929 delegates to an Atlantic City convention worked out a fourteen point agreement that was a distorted mirror image of President Woodrow Wilson’s “Fourteen ...

Here and There


The Last Word: Buddy Miller

Interview by Anne Levin Growing up in a quieter Princeton than we know today, Buddy Miller fell in love with music at Princeton High. The 61-year-old son of Princeton Council president ...

The Tastes!


A Whiff of Chez Panisse in the Night: The Pass of Rosemont, NJ

By Leslie Mitchner // Photography by Andrew Wilkinson Some chefs and their restaurants inspire pilgrimages. It is a relatively easy matter to search out the best food that New York or Los ...

Vintage Princeton


The “Old Town Topics” Building

By Linda Arntzenius Photographs Courtesy of the Historical Society of Princeton Still known to many in Princeton as the “old Town Topics building,” the imposing 19th-century brick ...