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For Gujaratis, NJ Is the Place to Be

The largest gathering of any ethnic Indian group in the United States is set to take place on Labor Day week-end as some 30,000 Gujarati people attend a three-day...

World Wide Web 2.0: The Next Generation

Most of us remember a childhood spent in a world without a web. Pages were made of paper and browsing involved an actual stroll through the library. Life was...

New York Review: ‘The Fantasticks’

With a slew of musical revivals headed for Broadway this season, including “A Chorus Line,” “A Little Night Music,” “Bye Bye Birdie,” “Camelot,” “Dreamgirls,” “West Side Story,” “Les Miserables,”...

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...

Another Drop-Out, Another Success

Like Bill Martin and Rusty Szerek, the CEO of Terracycle, Tom Szaky, dropped out of a prestigious college (Princeton) at age 19 (U.S. 1, November 10, 2004). Like Martin...

New York Review: `The Fantasticks’

With a slew of musical revivals headed for Broadway this season, including "A Chorus Line," "A Little Night Music," "Bye Bye Birdie," "Camelot," "Dreamgirls," "West Side Story," "Les Miserables,"...

Volunteers Needed

Volunteer drivers are needed for a new transportation service that will provide low cost rides, 24/7 for the elderly and visually impaired members of Mercer County beginning this October.ITNGreaterMercerT,...

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...

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...