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Embrace the spirit of Rio de Janeiro in these Olympic-inspired outfits and accessories.

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Move to the head of the class with these stylish products.

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Illustration by Adam Auerbach 

The 2016 Princeton Children’s Book Festival will be held on Saturday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hinds Plaza and the Princeton Public Library. The event has recently featured many prestigious children’s book authors and illustrators, such as Aaron Becker, E.B. Lewis, Jerry Pinkney, Steve Sheinkin, Rosemary Wells, and Rita Williams-Garcia, amongst others. more

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Photos courtesy of Joshua McHugh and Pam Connolly

Princeton Magazine gets an inside look at the creative force behind Eastridge Design. 

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It’s time to roar! Be the leader of the pack in these leo-inspired fashions.

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By Sarah Emily Gilbert

From Barkboxes to Broboxes, there seems to be a subscription box for just about anything or anyone. While we appreciate the thrill of receiving any package with our name on it, the staff at Urban Agenda Magazine has a proclivity for our Birchboxes. Not only do they give us the chance to try new products, but they also make it feel like it’s our birthday every. single. month. Whether or not you’re ready to gift yourself with this monthly indulgence, Birchbox offers full-sized versions of all their samples online. Here, we outline some of our favorite products from Birchbox. more

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Modern rings for a modern woman. 

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Pictured: Special Exhibition Tour at Princeton University Art Museum: “Ansel Adams to Edward Weston – Celebrating the Legacy of David H. McAlpin” on Sunday, July 17 at 3 p.m. Free to attend. Tours meet at the entrance to the Museum.

Friday, July 15 

10 a.m.: Princeton Plasma Physics Lab Tour, 100 Stellarator Road, Plainsboro.

11 a.m.: Princeton Summer Theater presents “The Owl and the Pussycat” at Hamilton Murray Theater, Princeton University.

4 to 7 p.m.: Sunset Sips & Sounds at Terhune Winery in Lawrenceville. Enjoy wine, light fare, and music (repeats every Friday night throughout the summer). more

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These iPhone cases have attitude and sass. 

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Look stylish while biking around your neighborhood this summer. 

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Become a tourist in your own hometown with these staycation accessories. 

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Whether you’re looking for a square, round, fashionable or classic frame – we have the look for you!

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Outfit your backyard for the perfect 4th of July celebration with these fun products!

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Sport and style come together at this classic British event.

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It’s summertime and the living is easy. 

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Add these pastel hues and sherbet shades to your summer wardrobe. 

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The idiosyncratic designs of Paul Smith bring sartorial flair to even the simplest of looks.

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Friday, June 10 

3 p.m.: Native Plant Sale at D&R Greenway Land Trust, Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton.

4 p.m.: Nature Play at the West Windsor Arts Council. Children ages 5 to 12 will explore the woods behind WWAC as they are led through fun, outdoor games.

4 to 7 p.m.: Sunset Sips & Sounds at Terhune Winery in Lawrenceville. Enjoy wine, light fare, and music (repeats every Friday night throughout the summer). more

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Get those rainbows ready – pride month is upon us!

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Q&A with Marta McDowell

North Jersey author Marta McDowell comes to Princeton to speak about her latest book.

By Sarah Emily Gilbert

In the midst of a tumultuous campaign season, author Marta McDowell brings us a place of political Zen: the White House grounds. Since its founding in 1800, our nation’s capital has been an 18-acre hub of garden inspirations, and McDowell captures it all in her new book, All the Presidents’ Gardens: Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s Roses – How The White House Grounds Have Grown with America. From Eleanor Roosevelt’s Victory Garden to Michelle Obama’s Vegetable Garden, McDowell’s book provides an in-depth look at the evolution of the White House gardens and how they’ve influenced garden trends around the country. more