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What Does Cuba Sound Like?

When Juan de Marcos Gonzalez, leader of the Afro-Cuban All-Stars, says that Cuba is one of the most musically creative places on earth, he tallies the many influences that...

A Fiscal Wake-Up Call: Can Democracy Save the Economy?

Regardless of what sparked the economic crisis, the simple fact is that the roof is on fire; and the task at hand is to put it out before the...

TCF Caters To IT Professionals

The Trenton Computer Festival has been providing a weekend of computer education through lectures and demonstrations to the general public for 33 years. Three years ago TCF was added...

Companies on the Move

New in TownDataline, 5 Vaughn Drive, Suite 307, Princeton 08540; 609-730-1642; fax, 609-730-1050. Paul Sobel, CEO. www.datalinedata.com.Consumer database information supplier Dataline has moved into its new offices at 5...

Redevelopment Plan Adopted

Emphasizing that the redevelopment plan for the 350-acre Princeton Junction train station area would continue to be a work in process, but that it would allow redevelopment to move...

Chamber Events You Don’t Want to Miss

Mark Your Calendar: Small Business FairOn Saturday, April 4, the Greater Princeton Area Chapter of SCORE and the Princeton Public Library are hosting a Small Business Fair to be...

What To Know About Chapter 11

Morris Bauer has wanted to be a lawyer since he was a little kid. Between his junior and senior years of college — he graduated from Dickinson College in...

Linking Farms & Restaurants

Five years ago Mikey Azzara, then director of the Northeast Organic Farming Association and now owner of Zone 7, began holding meetings to bring organic farmers and chefs from...

An Anonymous Cry for Public Transport

One of the consequences of the proliferation of media outlets is that we sometimes forget what role we are playing. We signed on to be editors of a weekly...

Mercer County Hosts Passport Day

As of Tuesday, June 9, no American citizen will be allowed to enter the United States from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Bermuda, nor through any sea ports, without...

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Go Inside the Current Issue: August 8, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the August 8, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.