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Pearl S. Buck’s Private Place

I love people. I love my family, my children. But inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that's where you renew your springs that never...

Organize Your Job Hunt

It's hard to be organized in the midst of a busy week at work, but, paradoxically, it is far more difficult to stay organized in the unstructured ocean of...

Review: `The Sound of Music’

The Sound of Music" remains the enigma of the modern musical theater. Saddled with a dull and surprisingly uneventful book by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse (based on "The...

`A Walk in the Woods’ That’s Not Yet Over

Playwright Lee Blessing is a Baby Boomer by definition. Blessing was born in 1950, right in the middle of the 20th century, and not far from the starting gate...

Opera Festival: The Lady Has Sung

Even in the context of central New Jersey's rich landscape of world-class musical offerings, the Opera Festival of New Jersey still managed to shine. (And perhaps the competing demands...

Richard K. Rein: On November 22

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200311/31119c03.html Princeton, JFK,-->This column was prepared for the November 19, 2003 issue of U.S.1 Newspaper. All rights reserved. Richard K. Rein: On November 22Bernie Brunza's chemistry...

On Broadway: `Golda’s Balcony’

Although cancer has already begun to tear down the bodily defenses of Israel's prime minister Golda Meier prior to the start of the 1973 Yom Kippur War, she is...

Join this Group; Gain An Advisory Panel

"I'm half geek on my mother's side," says John Federico. A former Internet phenom, he is starting a new kind of business group in central New Jersey. Let's Talk...

Between the Lines

What on earth prompted us at U.S. 1 -- a business and entertainment publication that is focussed much more on the future than on the past -- to produce...

On November 22

Bernie Brunza's chemistry class, 11th grade, Maine-Endwell High School, Farm-to-Market Road, Endwell, New York. That's where I was at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, November 22, 1963, when the principal...