Princeton High School drama department presents ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’

PHS spring musical enlivens the music of George and Ira Gershwin in this 1920s musical comedy

And the winner is…

The Sun salutes the winners from Princeton Pi Day

New series, old partnership: ‘Library Live at Labyrinth’ kicks off tomorrow night

Author Kelly Simmons kicks off the latest series from Labyrinth Books and Princeton Public Library with a discussion of her fiction-suspense novel, March 16 at 6 p.m.

Pi Day wrap-up: the many faces of Einstein

Einsteins of all ages parade in Princeton over Pi Day

The Princeton Sun and Princeton Tour Company bring you: Einstein True or False

Think you know all there is to know about Albert Einstein? Test your favorite facts with the ‘Einstein True or False’ contest in honor of Princeton Pi Day!

Behind the Curtain: “The Mousetrap” at McCarter Theatre

Actors Emily Young and Richard Gallagher dive into McCarter Theatre’s production of “The Mousetrap,” March 8 – 27.

Council kids

Council gives ‘youth an official voice in government’ with new Youth Advisory Committee

Community Park Elementary School celebrates Seuss and Read Across America Day

On Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, March 5, the students and staff of CP enjoyed a day of Seuss-ified activities and reading together outside of class.

A shimmer of light remains after Spirit of Princeton ‘suspends’ fireworks

Spirit of Princeton Vice Chair approached by several people with fundraising ideas to reignite July 4 fireworks

Here’s what’s happening at Princeton Pi Day

Celebrate Albert Einstein’s Birthday next week at Princeton Pi Day. Here’s the schedule of events to plan your to-do’s!