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Lesson 4

Corrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200711/71219c08.html Princeton, cancer-->This article was prepared for the December 19, 2007 issue of U.S. 1Newspaper.Lesson 4 Lesson 4: Keep the faith, baby. I have found that...

Bigger Bang for Charitable Bucks

Jeff Faue and his employees at Fauecast Management Consulting hear it all the time. No matter where they turn, someone, from some group or cause, is asking for money.The...

Survival Guide

SBIR Workshop How to get funded through federal programs is the subject for a workshop on Thursday, December 13, at 7:30 a.m. at the NJEDA Commercialization Center, Route 1...

Chew on This: A Christmas CD with a Cause

Tom Meagher is a sucker for Christmas music. He starts listening to his holiday CDs — he has has dozens — well before most people have even begun thinking...

Opportunities

Donate PleaseMcCarter Theater seeks donations to the Tiny Tim Fund, an organization that provides tickets to its annual holiday production of “A Christmas Carol” to underprivileged children and families...

Christine Martucci: Turning Experience into Song

She is only in her 30s, but Flemington-based singer-songwriter-guitarist Christine Martucci writes songs as if she has been around twice that long. Indeed, the problem with too many of...

A Little Victorian London with a Dash of Bedford Falls

Rattling up Route 31 North and revving it onto Route 78, you would never guess that an old-fashioned Christmas lies just out of sight. The tiny town of Clinton...

Rules of Engagement

Around here we have a rule: When doing an article about anyone, always try to find out where that person is from, what their parents did, and how they...

Life in the Fast Lane

On December 5 Bristol-Myers Squibb announced a sweeping re-alignment, including the lay-off of 4,300 employees as the start of a transformation from an “R & D oganization into a...

Between the Lines

To the Editor:An Artist RecalledI was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Stan Kephart. Any reader of U.S. 1 will remember the graphic designs and the artwork...