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October 23, 2021

When Starbucks at 100 Nassau Street closed in March, 2020, customers all knew why. The Grinch that was stealing the joys of Joe was COVID 19.  When the Nassau Street Starbucks posted the announcement that it would be closed on Saturday and Sunday,  October 23 and 24, the weekend of the ...

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About 15 years ago, I wandered into a funky Princeton gift shop – then known as Niko Niko, now known as Limelite -- in search of a new coffee thermos imported from France. I came away with something far more valuable - a new friend from South Korea, the store’s owner Kelly Jung, who at the time was ...

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Once upon a time in the not so far away land of Princeton, a Lambertville-based massage therapist, who actually wanted to be a teacher and who had a passion for children’s books, met her prince charming -- a farmer from Hopewell. He had a passion for growing a variety of New Jersey fruits and ...

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Are you a business owner interested in obtain government contracting opportunities? Mercer County Small Business Outreach is co-hosting the Collaborative Exchange Webinar Series designed to help businesses grow their opportunities in government contracting. The first session, "Doing Business ...

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Urban planners and analysts are still debating whether the commercial real estate market is going to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and its aftermath. After working from home for so many months, will companies and their employees choose to adopt a new workstyle, with less commuting from home to ...

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While we have nicknamed the lower end of Witherspoon Street, “ ‘Spoon Street,” for all its dining diversity, the neighborhood has much more to offer than fabulous food. Studio ONE60, a sleek hair and nail salon, opened a little over a month ago, offering a whole new level of pampering. Located in ...

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The dog days of summer aren’t supposed to be the height of retail, but there does seem to be some buzz in the air at various Princeton storefronts. A new salon has opened at the former site of Grit and Polish Nail Salon at 160 Witherspoon Street. It’s called, appropriately, One60. Copper River ...

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When you first walk into this new shop at 46 Nassau Street you might feel like a kid in the candy store. The newest brick and mortar outlet for Warby Parker, the nationally known eyewear brand, is a veritable candy shoppe of frames and styles. Even the bright décor is a welcoming burst of color, ...

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Both are rich, both are private industry entrepreneurs, both have a passion for physics and engineering, both paid for their own a flight to space, both exhibited unmitigated exuberance over the space experience, and both have a Princeton connection. But the differences between their endeavors ...

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Now that almost every white collar worker in the world has figured out that they can do at least some portion of their job without ever getting out of their pajamas, let alone commuting into work, the commercial real estate market is trying to figure out what is going to happen to all those empty ...

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If you felt a void in the retail shopping lobe of your brain when the Walmart store at Nassau Park on Route 1 closed last August, you may soon feel the warm rush of a replacement store: Ocean State Job Lot, a discount retail chain with 146 store locations across the Northeast, has purchased the ...

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After more than a year of virtual meetings in the Covid-19 era, the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber has brought in-person events back to its roster of activities. The next one is in-person at Grounds for Sculpture on Tuesday, July 13, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. It’s the Pitch Stop, which features ...

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