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Non Profit Spotlight: One Simple Wish

PrincetonScoop’s Non Profit Spotlight: In Conversation with One Simple Wish’s Sarah Dale What is the cause/mission of your organization? One Simple Wish is committed to finding meaningful ways to make a difference in the lives of foster children and at risk youth one wish at a time. We strongly believe …
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10 Questions: Jon Lambert of Princeton Record Exchange

Name: Jon Lambert Occupation: Owner, Princeton Record Exchange Home: Nearby Rocky Hill What is on your nightstand? – A glass of water for our kitties to drink from, a clock radio, a small Buddha statue, and a three-legged pig for good luck! What is your favorite record/cd at PREX?  – …
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Non-profit Spotlight: D&R Greenway

PrincetonScoop’s Outstanding Non-Profits in the Greater Princeton Area: In Conversation with Linda Mead, CEO of D&R Greenway Land Trust 1. What is the cause/mission of your organization? D&R Greenway’s mission is to preserve and conserve land, as well as to inspire people to participate in the conservation effort. We strongly …
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Our Weekend Picks

  Featured Event of the Week: Saturday August 15 Back to School Style Session at South Moon Under | Marketfair Mall Celebrate the back to school season in style on August 15th at South Moon Under, at Marketfair Mall, with 20% off purchases (with school ID), one-on-one personal shopping, gifts …
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10 Questions: Princeton Tour Company Founder Mimi Omiecinski

Name: Mimi Omiecinski Occupation: Founder of Princeton Tour Company Where do you live? Downtown Princeton   Best meal you’ve ever eaten (what, where, with who?)  The best meal I’ve eaten in Princeton was the first meal when Steve (my husband) told me we were really moving into the heart of …
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Our Weekend Picks

Thursday August 6 Join in the celebration at Princeton University Art Museum for its annual Summer Picnic! Taking place on the Brown Dod Lawn, the picnic includes BBQ, live music, family-friendly activities, and will culminate in an outdoor screening of ‘American Graffiti’ after sunset. FREE (just like daily admission to …
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Our Weekend Picks

Friday, July 31 You’ve heard of bird watching, but what about butterfly watching? Take a trip to Howell Farm in Hopewell for a Butterfly Walk with the Mercer County Park Commission. You don’t need to be an experienced butterfly watcher to enjoy this trip – you’ll learn all about the …
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Friday, July 24 It’s only a flesh wound! King Arthur’s troupe takes to the stage in Spamalot – the ‘Holy Grail’-inspired musical by Monty Python’s Eric Idle – at the Washington Crossing Open Air Theater! Laughs are guaranteed. Bring a blanket or cushion and grab a seat under the stars …
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Non-Profit Spotlight: HiTops

PrincetonScoop’s Outstanding Non-Profits in the Greater Princeton Area: In Conversation with Elizabeth Casparian, CEO of HiTOPS 1. What is the cause/mission of your organization? HiTOPS is a health education and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring every adolescent safe passage to adulthood by proving comprehensive sexuality education and promoting healthy relationships …
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10 Questions with Jessica Durrie

Name: Jessica Durrie Occupation: Owner, Small World Coffee Home: Princeton 10 Questions Answered…… What is on your nightstand?       Water always, treats for my puppy, my reading glasses, and a book or magazine that I can never stay awake to read. Biggest Vice?     It used to be sugar, but I …
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