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Paul Robeson Center Opens with ‘Home’ Exhibit

The inaugural exhibit of the Paul Robeson Center, the new home of the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) is aptly titled “Return: Home,” which opens to the public with...

Burt Bacharach Just Keeps Going and Going

Burt Bacharach’s discography reads like an AM and FM radio play list. His musical accomplishments include 48 Top 10 hits, nine number one songs, 70 Top 40 hits, Academy...

Companies on the Move

New in TownPrinceton Capital Group, 6 Market Street, Suite 920, Plainsboro 08536; 732-230-3148. Mary Xia, managing partner. Home page: www.princetoncapitalgroup.com.Princeton Capital Group, a venture and investment firm that assists...

CUH2A Plans Merger

Architecture firm CUH2A announced on June 2 that it plans to merge with Omaha firm HDR Architecture in a transaction that is expected to close by the end of...

Carnegie Center IPTV FIrm Acquired

Onstream Media of Pompano Beach, Florida, has signed a definitive merger agreement to acquire Narrowstep. An Internet television company, Narrowstep was founded in the United Kingdom, and later backed...

A New Building, and A Smile for Michael Graves

When the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by Michael Graves, officially opens its glass doors on Thursday, June 5, life in the center of Princeton will take...

The Arts Council Debuts Its New Paul Robeson Center

When the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, designed by Michael Graves, officially opens its glass doors on Thursday, June 5, life in the center of Princeton will take...

In Princeton, ‘Urban Insertion’ Meets Traditional Values

Quarry Street is a pleasant little residential block within walking distance of the heart of Princeton. It is shaded with trees, bustling with longtime neighbors, and ripe with the...

Recalling 1968, and Robert F. Kennedy

The column below originally appeared in U.S. 1 on June 1, 1988.It’s that time again: a Princeton Reunions is coming up, it’s an election year, and we’re about to...

Between The Lines

U.S. 1’s cover story last week on the latest discussions for a redevelopment of the train station area in West Windsor failed to provide the contact information for Intercap...