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Lessons George Washington Could Teach a CEO

George Washington’s war-time success offers lessons from the battlefield that lend themselves surprisingly well to the business world. #b#Bill D’Arienzo#/b#, a brand marketing consultant, founder and chief executive officer...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Epicurean Palette

The timing couldn’t have been better: Kevin Sbraga, the executive chef at Rat’s restaurant at Grounds For Sculpture, won the Bravo Network’s “Top Chef, D.C” a mere 11 days...

Opportunities

WorkshopsJewish Family & Children’s Services offers several workshops. “Redirecting Children’s Behavior: From Toddlers to Teenagers, a 10-hour course, begins Friday, October 15, 9 to 11:30 a.m., at Congregation Beth...

Ramblin’ Jack Elliott: The Last Best Link to Woody Guthrie

Woody Guthrie, regarded by many as the greatest folksinger/writer America ever produced, naturally attracted more than his share of disciples. So when a young Jewish boy showed up at...

PU Concerts Enters a New Era of Snap, Crackle, Pop

Last week’s article about Marna Seltzer, Princeton Concerts’ new concert-manager, depicted her primarily as a caretaker. Her task would be to oversee the unfolding of the already-planned 2010-’11 programs,...

Project Civility At Rutgers

Civility is one of those genteel concepts that seems always to apply to ages past, but never to us. It’s the same way we see rudeness in general —...

Theater Review: ‘Top Girls’

Shakespeare ’70, Inc., which describes itself as Mercer County’s only classical theater company, has opened its 41st season with “Top Girls,” a play from the 1980s by the prolific...

What Would Disney Do?

In 1930 you could buy yourself good dinner in Los Angeles for about 35 cents. Walt Disney gathered up his “Imagineers” (his term) before they got to work on...

Let’s Try . . . Metro North

It almost makes you believe in reincarnation. Metro North is the welcome new life for the beloved venue once known as the Rusty Scupper on Alexander Road. The location,...

A Composer’s Eulogy in Strings for His Mother

Violinist Leila Josefowicz gives the east coast premiere of “Beautiful Passing,” a concerto that Princeton University music professor Steve Mackey wrote for her, on Sunday, October 3, at 4...

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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.