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Progress 2007: Looking Ahead, Looking Back

Experts in New Jersey may point to a decline in jobs (see letter to the editor from the NJBIA, page 2) and warn that state government needs to do...

Two to Tango: Opportunities

Ever since Al Pacino ignited the screen in the tango scenes of the film “Scent of a Woman,” tango has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity. On Saturday February 3,...

Love, Lust, and, Well, a Violin

Natasha “Tasha” Darsky, the heroine of “Overture,” the first novel debut of Yael Goldstein, a Princeton resident, is the most stunning violinist in the world. Audiences flock to her...

Princetel Inc. and Huntington Learning Center Flourish

#h#Princetel Inc.’s Banner Year#/h#Agile local company making waves in the fiber optic marketA Princeton University grad is at the helm of Princetel, Inc., a successful fiber optic inter-connect products...

Life in the Fast Lane

‘Business people need just in time information, relevant to them at the moment they’ve got the need,” says Katherine Kish. She and Lou Wagman co-direct Einstein’s Alley, the nonprofit...

Wither the Giant Pharmas?

Americans are far more frightened of loosing their healthcare than of Al Queada invading their living rooms, and it is a benefit for which they are increasingly willing to...

A Careful Look at the Economy

Stories about economic progress, or lack thereof, often tend toward one of two extremes: boom or bust. This week, for example, the Times of Trenton ran a banner headline...

Progress: Looking Back

#h#Fresh Start#/h#When CoMag moved from Manhattan, it chose Princeton Forrestal Village over six other locations in New Jersey and Westchester (U.S. 1, October 4, 2006). Though it lost some...

Business Listings

The following listings, sorted by business category, are summaries of articles that appeared in last year’s editions of U.S. 1.#h#COMMUNICATIONS#/h#New in TownAmrep Corporation, 300 Alexander Park, Suite 204, Princeton...

Drama Review: `Ethel Waters’ at Bristol

Bristol Riverside Theater continues its 20th-anniversary season with the second-ever production of Larry Parr’s “Ethel Waters, His Eye Is on the Sparrow” celebrates the life and singing of Ethel...

Trending Stories

Artist’s Travel Journals Reveal Images, Words, and Trends

For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.