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Our Weekend Picks

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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Non-Profit Spotlight: S.A.V.E.

PrincetonScoop’s Outstanding Non-Profits in the Greater Princeton Area: In Conversation with Piper Burrows, CEO of SAVE: A Friend to Homeless Animals 1. What is the cause/mission of your organization? S.A.V.E.  A Friend to Homeless Animals, Inc. (SAVE) is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect the health and …
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Scoop’s Guide to Local Breweries & Summer Beer Events

Beer, brew, brewski, you call it as you love it! You asked us what was out there so we set out to round up the best in local beer. Delicious lagers, ales, stouts and more – these small, traditional and independent brewers are dedicated to crafting the perfect pour.  Take-out …
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Non-Profit Spotlight: The Crisis Ministry

The First in a summer series called PrincetonScoop’s Outstanding Non-Profits in the Greater Princeton Area:  In Conversation with Carolyn Biondi, CEO of The Crisis Ministry of Mercer County What is the cause/mission of your organization? The mission of The Crisis Ministry is to partner with the community to achieve stability …
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10 Questions: Princeton YMCA CEO Kate Bech

Kate Bech CEO Princeton Family YMCA   Where do you live? Pennington, NJ   What is on your nightstand? A comically large pile of New Yorker magazines.  I can’t seem to stay focused on novels these days, largely because of a lack of time.  I like to read the book …
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Princeton Summer Theater is Back!

Princeton Summer Theater is back! A staple of the Princeton arts scene since 1968, Princeton Summer Theater has grown into Mercer County’s premiere summer repertory company – a feat that is even more impressive given that their company is made up entirely out of passionate undergraduates and recent graduates  The …
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10 Questions with Barb Webb of Morven Museum & Garden

Name: Barbara Webb Occupation: Director of Communications, Morven Museum & Garden http://morven.org Home: Hopewell, NJ 10 questions…answered: What is the one thing you want people to know about the Morven Museum & Garden?  One thing I think people should know is that we are in the planning stages of a …
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The Best, Local, Home Run Father’s Day Gifts

Dad, Daddy, Papa, Pops… whatever you call that special man in your life it’s time to honor him. For all the games he came to watch, for the ghosts he shooed from under your bed, for being your role model and your hero, take the time to tell him how much …
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