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Letter to the Editor: Happy Writers

Thanks for including my poem, “Middlemen,” in your 2007 Summer Fiction Issue (U.S. 1, July 26). It was a thrill to see it in print and to read at...

From Dropout to Raging Bull

Say “Indie” and you think of independent film producers. Or a record label outside the mainstream. Or a small radio station.Bill Martin applies the term to the name of...

Band Review: Thursday Night Jazz

Editor's Note: U.S. 1 continues its search for the band to perform at the second annual U.S. 1 Breakdown Party, Friday, October 6, the grand finale of the...

First Tenant For Speculative Office

With construction nearing completion, the first tenant has signed on to Carnegie 902, a five-story Class A structure with 136,000 square feet of office space at the corner of...

Band Review: Eco del Sur

It was pouring like mad in Union Square, but that didn't stop Eco del Sur from giving a solid performance at the New Hope Showcase for the Arts in...

Al Fresco Jazz

Like thousands of other musicians, guitarist, composer and bandleader Bob DeVos' interest in playing the guitar started with the rise of rock `n' roll in the early 1960s. But...

Making a Business Out of a Bum Golf Swing

Given that golfers have a sea of instructional material available to them on the newsstand and at the book store, why would anyone in his right mind go into...

Between the Lines

Thanks to the reach of the Internet and U.S. 1’s E-mail newsletter, a source who might not otherwise have seen our article mentioning her has responded to a story...

The 1994 World Championship Boat Rides Again

The year was 1994. The place was Indianapolis, Indiana, and the U.S. Men's Eight was the underdog heading into the FISA World Rowing Championships. Only six weeks earlier, they...

Life in the Fast Lane

Opinion Research Corporation was sold earlier this month to a Nebraska-based firm, InfoUSA, but it will continue to operate independently in the Princeton Forrestal Center. The sale price of...