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Monthly Archives: March 2013
We learned this week that the historic Princeton Railroad Station is going to become part of the Terra Momo restaurant empire. Not everyone is entirely happy about this, but it is far better than the possibility of the station crumbling … Continue reading
This is a really great event to raise money for affordable housing in Princeton (from the Princeton Packet): on Thursday, March 21, the Princeton Garden Theater held a red-carpet gala showing of new movie ‘Admission‘, featuring Tina Fey and Paul … Continue reading
(Note-This post was updated 4.2.2013 in the light of ongoing developments regarding the proposed AvalonBay development at the former Princeton Hospital site.) At the southwestern end of Nassau Street in downtown Princeton lies a number of beautiful buildings that are … Continue reading
This is Superior Court Judge Mary C. Jacobson, who has scheduled a court date for April 29 to resolve a long-running issue in Princeton municipal planning: should AvalonBay be permitted to move forward with their plan to redevelop the former … Continue reading
We love Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association! They are the people who are actively working to find transportation solutions that work in Mercer and Ocean Counties. We definitely need all the help we can get to try to shift us … Continue reading
Are we done yet? It seems like it has been a long and stormy winter, potentially what might be expected from an ‘El Nino’ year. Most infamously, Hurricane Sandy battered New Jersey in October, leaving a path of devastation that … Continue reading
When we think about walkability, how far is too far to walk? Obviously it depends on the person: some people like walking and will think nothing of a 30 minute walk to work. Other people may find walking difficult and … Continue reading
When thinking about who gets to live in Princeton, it’s worth considering an earlier fight for open housing in the local area. In the first half of the twentieth century, Princeton was a segregated community, with African-Americans being denied the … Continue reading
The Princeton area has been home to many different people through the years. The Lenni Lenape people, after centuries of living around Princeton, were displaced by Europeans in the 16th and 17th centuries, with subsequent settlement by Quakers and other … Continue reading