Monthly Archives: August 2011

Summer Respite

We’re on hiatus.  That’s right a little R&R…va-cay…quiet time.While we gear up for the fall and work on updating our free iPhone app. We want to take a moment and thank all of our wonderful summer interns. Kevin, who worked on the mobile app both in Princeton and in Lambertville …
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Handpicked Events for August 25-28, 2011

To begin this week’s list, I thought I’d share an inside scoop on Princeton that I just discovered after living here for 18 years. The Museum Pass program at the Princeton Public Library is an absolutely amazing deal. If you have a library card, you can reserve a pass that gets you …
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Circuit Training For Busy Moms

**Even the busiest folks can incorporate this mini workout into a daily schedule.  We thought it was worth a re-post.** Busy moms are always asking me for quick, full-body workouts they can do at home. Getting to the gym is not always possible with the enormous amount of commitments we make, and we …
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Handpicked Events for August 18-21, 2011

Whoa! It’s already the third week of August? When did that happen? All of the sudden the return of school and cold weather seems just around the corner. But remember, Fall isn’t all bad. Fall also means back-to-school shopping for the kids and some just-because shopping for you. This week …
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Fall Fashion Trends and Where to Find Them

This may seem a tad blasphemous, but I am really looking forward to donning my favorite jeans again without breaking into a sweat just thinking about them. It’s a bit scary to think that fall is already fast approaching, and that it’s almost time to start switching over our closets …
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Handpicked Events for August 11-14, 2011

You never quite know how much energy you’re going to have at the end of a long August work week. Sometimes you want to sit back with a class of wine and nice music and sometimes you want to jump up with the kids and dance the night away. This …
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Re:Member:: A Call for Artists

  You are invited to submit work to the Arts Council of Princeton’s Annual Membership Exhibition. This year’s annual members’ show is titled Re:Member and will be on view in the Taplin Galley (in the Paul Robeson Center) from September 10 – 30. As always, the members’ show is open …
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Handpicked Events for August 4-7, 2011

This past weekend, we had our PrincetonScoop summer party at Gravity Hill Farm in Titusville. While the party was fantastic (you can read more about it and Gravity Hill Farm below in our Sunday suggestions), all that talk about Gravity Hill got me thinking about how many weird local spots …
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Getting artsy in New Brunswick..By Bridgette Fossel

Here is a riddle: What combines different types of art, has blue and white all over their website, and is located in New Brunswick? If you guessed coLAB Arts, then you might have a very high I.Q or are possibly part of the organization itself. This non-profit is located in …
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The Inside Scoop: Tickets to Joan Baez from the Coalition for Peace Action

Legendary singer Joan Baez is known for her iconic voice and her relentless advocacy for peace and human rights. In her 50 year career she has released over 30 albums. Though a talented song writer, she is also famous as an interpreter of other people’s work, covering songs written by …
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