Princeton’s eating clubs gobbled up music by The Groceries, pictured in this photo by Pat Jenkins, in the early 1980s. The band had its first paid gig — for $400 — at Terrace Club, and later graduated to the underground rock scene in New York. Band members included, from left standing, Richard Morse ’79, Andrew Gomory ’79, and Gregory Frey ’78; and seated, Max Crandall and Michael Steelman ’78. Morse, now part of a musical movement in Haiti called mizik rasin, or roots music, was profiled in the Dec. 8, 2010, PAW.