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The Painterly First Lady

Not that the Historical Society Princeton doesn’t do everything top-notch, but I just wasn’t expecting the paintings of Ellen Axson Wilson, first wife of President Woodrow Wilson, to be quite so beautiful. I thought they would be important historically, helping … Continue reading

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End of Life

It’s 57 degrees in Nice, France, where former Princeton resident and Rutgers sociology professor Cathy Stein Greenblat lives, facing the Mediterranean. The lifelong Francophile lives in the land of her dreams, listening to WBGO Jazz Radio in Newark on iTunes. … Continue reading

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Hand of Nature

The work of handmade paper artists Marie Sturken, Joan Needham, Eve Ingalls and Joy Kreves can be viewed in the Marie L. Matthews Galleries of D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center from March 23 to May 8. Pictured, at left, is … Continue reading

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