There's no better way to escape the winter doldrums than by dreaming of summer plans -- for you and your children. U.S. 1's annual summer camps issue lists camps for all ages and all interests -- from budding artists and athletes to computer programmers and kids who just want to have fun. One category of camp that's especially popular? Cooking camp.
Gather 'Round: Susan Van Dongen offers an inside look at the Princeton Bluegrass Jam, which happens monthly at Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street. The group was founded by former state treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff in 2010 and has grown from there.
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WHAT'S IN THE ECHO?
The February edition of the Princeton Echo -- available now on newsstands and at Mercerspace.com covers pancakes, papers, and polish.
Richard K. Rein offers commentary on Princeton's changing media landscape, framed as a driveway duel between Town Topics and the Princeton Packet.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, E.E. Whiting introduces two newcomers to the Princeton area salon scene -- 18|8 Men's Salon and Grit + Polish -- that are not your typical hair and nail spots.
And Pat Tanner reports that Nassau Street fixture PJ's Pancake House is preparing to open its third location in March in Kingston.
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