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Our Weekend Picks: Record Store Day, Earth Day & More!

Saturday April 22 Rock on and support our local, independent record store: it’s the 10th anniversary of Record Store Day on Saturday! Shop Princeton Record Exchange for tons of goodies (think: new releases, limited edition items, freebies…) If you’re a music lover, and if you’re as crazy about PrEx as …
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Get it Fresh: Local CSA’s, Farmers Markets & More!

Here at PrincetonScoop we like it FRESH. We’ve scouted out some of the best local farms and farmer’s markets that are soon to be bursting with delicious crops, some organic and all definitely delicious. We suggest joining a CSA for sure, though we enjoy checking out the weekly markets for freshly prepared …
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Our Weekend Picks: Free Trees, Chemistry for Kids, and Easter Fun!

Saturday April 15 Celebrate Earth Day AND National Library Week with ‘Free Tree Day’ at Princeton Public Library! They’re handing out 750 free, native NJ trees to mark the occasion. First come first served, so plan ahead if you’re hoping to pick one up. FREE, 9am-1pm. www.princetonlibrary.org Also at the library, …
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Our Weekend Picks: Happy Birthday Paul Robeson!

Saturday April 8 Spring cleaning time. It’s Household Chemical & Electronic Waste Disposal Day for Mercer County residents, so round up those old monitors, batteries, paints, pool chemicals and more, and bring them to the Fire School on Lawrence Station Road. For a full list of what you can drop …
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Celebrate Spring with Whole Foods Market

During the holidays, when families gather around their tables to celebrate, what better way than with food you can feel great about eating? Whether you celebrate Easter or Passover, your family will come together over favorite recipes and traditions and Whole Foods Market® can help. From the freshest and healthiest …
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Our Weekend Picks: Lambs, Woodcocks, and the Environmental Film Festival

Friday March 31 The Princeton Environmental Film Festival has begun, and continues this weekend at Princeton Public Library! On Friday, catch screenings of “Triple Play: 3 Films,” “The Land Beneath Our Feet,” “Birds of May,” and “April and the Extraordinary World.”. All screenings are free, and there’s more throughout the …
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Meet Dr. Joanna Partridge, And Look Your Best

Make this the summer to feel more confident than ever… Combining artistic vision with cutting-edge technology and surgical expertise is the foundation of Dr. Joanna Partridge’s practice, Partridge Plastic Surgery. A board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Partridge is dedicated to helping her patients present a better version of themselves. Dr. Partridge …
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Our Weekend Picks: Book Sale, Chemistry for Kids, and More….

Friday March 17 The Bryn-Mawr-Wellesley Book Sale, held at Princeton Day School, is the longest running book sale on the east coast. Every year the book sale donates thousands to help students attend college. Featuring over 80,000 volumes divided into 60 categories, it’s a book lover’s wonderland. Most titles are …
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Happy Pi Day: Pick Your Pie!

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie…(cue: sound of needle sliding off the record…) Sometimes you just need pizza, right? If you’ve got a case of pizza amoré, here are some fine choices. People are very particular, we’ve learned, about how they like their pizza. Thin …
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Pi Day Weekend, St. Pat’s and More!

Friday March 10 St. Pat’s is right around the corner, and Princeton Public Library is getting in the spirit with ‘Ceol agus Cairde – Music and Friends.’ Featuring musician Helen O’Shea and her band, you’ll be transported across the Atlantic for a traditional ‘kitchen party,’ inspired by Ireland’s tradition of …
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