Monthly Archives: December 2013

Happy Holidays from PrincetonScoop

Holiday greetings from our homes to yours. Hoping that you have the chance to enjoy a little down time with the ones you love. For some winter fun, be sure to check out our guides! See page 7 in our Holiday Gift Guide for Christmas & New Year’s happenings in …
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PrincetonScoop’s Weekend Picks

Friday, December 20 Calling all Sugar Plum Fairies… twirl your way over to the Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College for ‘The Nutcracker.’ The New Jersey Youth Ballet presents the holiday classic – plus, it’s fully narrated, making it a theater experience that even the littlest fans can follow …
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Family Dinners. It’s a gift.

There are two things we all can agree on as parents–we are busier than ever and we wish we had more time with our families. Dinnertime is one time each day when we can slow down for a moment and connect with our families. We want you to meet the …
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Holiday Shuffle. Parking in Princeton.

Holiday shopping can be brutal.  Waiting in lines, no sales folks to help you, can’t find the right size, you get it.  Parking in Princeton can be equally brutal. But to ease your pain and help you shop local the Princeton Merchants Association has you covered, literally.  Every Sunday in …
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PrincetonScoop’s Weekend Picks

Thursday, December 12 A concert that’s guaranteed to get your feet tapping – musician So Percussion’s Jason Treuting at Princeton. So Percussion is a Brooklyn, NY based group that experiments with sounds from found objects, creating fascinating rhythms and compositions using whatever crosses their paths. Join Treuting & his band …
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Jammin Crepes — Princeton’s First Crêperie to Open Spring 2014

  PrincetonScoop is thrilled to break the news that local company Jammin Crepes will be opening their first brick-and-mortar location at 20 Nassau Street in Princeton. The restaurant is slated to open early Spring 2014 and, will be the first official home for the company’s acclaimed farm-fresh crêpes, micro-batch jams, …
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A new pet for the holidays? ADOPT at the Pup-Up pet adoption event.

Area animal rescue organizations are celebrating the holidays with a festive way to find homes for the animals in their care. On Saturday, December 14, 2013, seven local animal rescue groups are teaming up for Pup-Up, a one-day super adoption event. “Statistically, more families bring pets home during these gift-giving …
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Have you seen the best billboards in town by Felix Gonzalez-Torres?

Cool art in our backyards!  Have you heard about it or seen it? It’s title is ironically, “Untitled” and the artist is Cuban-born American Felix Gonzalez-Torres. The billboard is a vernacular format that the Cuban-born American artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957–1996) repurposed in an effort to engage diverse audiences and expand …
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Celebrate the holidays with a concert by the Princeton Singers

  The Princeton Singers is a small, professional, independent chamber choir. In recent years, it has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s preeminent chamber choirs.  Founded in 1983 by John Bertalot, then choir-master organist at Trinity Church in Princeton, New Jersey, the ensemble was soon hailed by critics …
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PrincetonScoop’s Northeast Ski Guide 2013

Chilly weather is here, and with it snow & ski season on the horizon.  To help you plan for this winter, and save you time researching your snow bound choices, PrincetonScoop brings you an online ‘Northeast Ski Guide’ so you will know where to go, where to rent, and how …
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