The History of Cheerleading

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By: Nazli Mohideen While athletes participate in all types of cheerleading such as All-Star, Professional, and Recreational, the root of the sport traces back to this very state. There was a college football game between Rutgers Universi- ty and Princeton University in the year 1884. At first, the word “cheerleader” was used to describe the … Continued

Pickleball– The Fastest Growing Sport Today

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By, Surabhi AshokWith the summer seasons upon us, people generally want to be more active and spend more time outside. Keeping this in mind, one sport has recently been exploding in popularity; pickleball, an activity similar to tennis and badminton, is enjoyed by all ages, especially seniors and baby boomers.Pickleball is a very accessible sport: … Continued

The Popularity of Sports in High School

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Written by: Nazli Mohideen Sports are an undeniable aspect of high school culture. Between the late night practices, hype of letterman jackets, and inseparable bond among teammates, students often find themselves becoming athletes throughout their high school career. For many, it’s their entire identity: working towards making Varsity, earning a scholarship to play their respective sport … Continued

Fantasy Maps: The Next Creative Trend

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By, Surabhi Ashok Think back to any fantasy novel that you have read. Most of them open with a detailed drawing of their story’s world. This drawing is a fantasy map, which is essentially a guide to help the audience understand the landscape that authors or directors create. It is a visual of every important … Continued

43rd ANNIVERSARY OF SANTA TO FLY INTO PRINCETON AIRPORT CHRISTMAS EVE DAY 

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Forty-three years ago, the idea of having Santa fly into the Princeton Airport for the local children to experience was brought to life by the Nierenberg family, owners of the Princeton Airport. Throughout the years, this has evolved into a wonderful annual event for the families in our community. The tradition continues this year on … Continued

Thinking of Moving Closer to Your Grandkids?

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If you’re thinking of relocating to be closer to the grandkids, you’re not alone. These days, families are more geographically separate than ever before and it’s not unusual for adult children to settle a significant distance away from their parents. It’s natural to want to live closer to your grandchildren, but there are a few … Continued

Thanksgiving Weekend Events in New Jersey

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Top Things to Do on Thanksgiving Weekend By Pam Teel Thanksgiving occurs on the last weekend in November in the fall season when the weather is mild enough to enjoy an outdoor activity or to get a head start on the holiday season. Here are a few fun things to do during the holiday season. … Continued

Color-a-Thon

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The Millstone Township PTO & PTSA are gearing up its fourth annual Color-a-Thon on Saturday, October 6, 2018! The event will take place at the Millstone Township Middle School located at 5 Dawson Court. Participants can walk, run or dance through a 2.5 mile course and get color-blasted in safe, eco-friendly, plant based powdered dye … Continued

Apple Days Harvest Festivals at Terhune Orchards

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7 Fun Filled Weekends Sept. 15 – Oct. 28, 10 am-5-pm For over 40 seasons, Terhune Orchards has held festivals to celebrate our abundant apple harvest. Over the years as our family continues to grow, we also have planted new varieties in the apple orchards. Our enthusiasm for everything apples continues to grow bigger and … Continued