On the stage at JWMS: ‘Charlotte’s Web’

Middle school theater kids explore depth of characters in classic childhood story, “Charlotte’s Web”

Not just Halloween: exploring the magic of El Día de Los Muertos

Local Mexican-American Leticia Fraga shares stories about one of her favorite holidays before its Princeton celebration Nov. 5

Community Bike Ride this Saturday

Join Mayor Liz Lempert for a community bike ride this Saturday at 1 p.m. and enjoy the falling foliage by bike.

McCarter Theatre partners with Princeton University to bring social justice to the stage

‘A theater project and national partnership inspired by the widely-shared and hotly-debated statistic that a black person is killed by the police, security guards, or neighborhood watch vigilantes every 28 hours in the United States’

D&R Greenway celebrates land preservation with Moonlight Masquerade at the Down to Earth Ball

Support local preservation with a ticket to the ball, a night of masks and mystery in the historic Tusculum estate

Cultural Exchange Night sheds insight on tradition

From South Africa to Italy, Denmark and Mexico, cultural show and tell in Hinds Plaza was cause for celebration

Fall Festival Weekends back in swing at Terhune Orchards

Pick your own apples and pumpkins, dance to some good ol’ country music, do a wine tasting, eat well and explore the corn maze. More family fun through October at Terhune Orchards.

JazzFeast celebrates the big 2-5 with big bands, quintets and duos

Palmer Square JazzFeast invites the public for another year of great jazz and good food

Leena Saini takes Princeton ‘Around the World in 80 Purees’

The mother-of-two, foodie and recently published cookbook author samples up diversified purees to inspire babies’ – and parents’ – palates.

‘In wildness is the preservation of the world’

Immerse yourself in the Princeton wild in honor of National Wilderness Month