A farewell to Scheide’s Bach

A farewell to Scheide’s Bach

By Pia De Jong My friend’s husband recently died, so on a foggy February morning, I ask her over for a cup of tea. “Oh, no, please come to my house instead,” she says, “and you can still see Bach’s portrait before it goes forever to Leipzig.” Bach’s…

Walking bad in Princeton

Princeton being Princeton and having a small but charming downtown attractive to shoppers, diners, sightseers, and office workers, you can always count on problems with traffic, parking, and — now more than ever, I predict — pedestrians. Pedestrians didn’t use to be much of a problem. When I…

Anderson, Beard Award nominee, looks to May Elements re-opening

Anderson, Beard Award nominee, looks to May Elements re-opening

Scott Anderson, executive chef and co-owner of Elements, has been named a semifinalist for a 2015 James Beard Award. Whither the re-opening of Elements? “Late, late May” is the new target date for the debut of the relocated Elements, says Scott Anderson, executive chef and co-owner, whose Princeton…

Annual address to pay it forward

By Dave Fried This year I wanted to do something different and decidedly more special for my annual…

Needs More Tacos: Web’s guillotine has a blunt blade

In his new book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, author Jon Ronson tells the stories of a number…

Complex Simplicity: The 40-day magazine cleanse

My wife recently attended a series of yoga classes, consisting of 40 daily sessions starting at 5:15 a.m.…

Minutes From Somewhere Else: You don’t prepare for a Syracuse winter, you merely survive it

Trenton Catholic Academy basketball star Malachi Richardson has six inches, gobs of athletic ability and one cool hairdo…

From The Lawrence School Board: PARCC, strategic planning on tap

By Dana Drake March is here, and what a busy month it is. If you have a child…

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PR Tips: How to spread the good news

By Dan Aubrey Planet Trenton is a welcome addition to the information scene in the capital city region,…

Governor: Do the Right Thing On Pensions

By Barry Chalofsky Magicians use misdirection to distract the audience from noticing the real trick. Likewise, politicians use…

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