Twice a year, Lawnparties brings famous bands and some not-so-famous musical artists to Prospect Avenue.
They’re the Princetonians who made McCosh 50 just a little fuller with a visit from comedian Dave Coulier of “Full House” fame … “The Street” brings you a Q&A with the students behind “Princeton Tonight,” Princeton University’s first TV show, Host and Show Runner Jordan Salama ’19, Executive Producer Ryan Ozminkowski '19 and Director Benjamin Jacobson '19. The Daily Princetonian: How did “Princeton Tonight” begin? Jordan Salama '19: It was the beginning of the year, and Ryan and I had met up and seen the Princeton University Broadcast Center, which is in the basement of Lewis Library, and it’s a fully professional TV center that is used to interview professors when they have big accomplishments.
Nestled right next to each other on Witherspoon Street, Mamoun’s Falafel and Olives are two of the most popular establishments for Mediterranean cuisine in Princeton.