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On Politics

U.S. 1 never covers politics, right? Almost right. It is true that, as a newspaper that serves a business community that straddles three counties and a half-dozen different municipalities,...

Dancing Under the Moon — with a Camera

The Sierra Tarahumara in northern Mexico is one of the most unspoiled areas of wilderness left in the world today. “Words like mystical, powerful, and haunting don’t describe what...

For U.S. Trade, Europe Is Still King

Despite all the hype about growth in India and China, trade between Europe and the United States dwarfs that with India by a factor of 20 and China by...

Opportunities

Call for ArtWest Windsor Arts Council seeks authentic and novel artwork to be offered at $300 or less for “Off the Wall: An Affordable Art Exhibit” including a one-day...

Theater Review: ‘Phaedra Backwards’

It is already the end at the beginning of “Phaedra Backwards,” an imaginatively conceived and often amusing new play by Irish playwright Marina Carr now having its world premiere...

Companies On the Move

#b#New in Town#/b#Axis International Pharmaceutical Consulting Group, 21 Route 31, Suite B5B, Pennington 08534; 609-737-1094. Joseph Collier, CEO. axisintl.comAxis International, a contract research organization, has opened a location in...

What Are the Qualities of the Entrepreneur and Leader?

Just about any book on leadership will ask the question “Are leaders made or born?” Ricardo Levy, on the other hand, almost doesn’t care. For Levy, a chemical industry...

Theater Review: ‘Barrymore’

I have to hand it to Bristol Riverside Theater: it’s easy to see a game plan in place, and it’s been a lot of fun to watch the theater’s...

Here Are Six New Answers to ‘I Wanna Eat Out’

Despite the shaky economy, this past year has seen the debut of several area restaurants. Not surprisingly, they are family-friendly, mostly modest endeavors featuring approachable menus — often ethnic...

$1K Raised! $2KNeeded to Help This Homeless Person

by Suzanne NewmanThis is a follow up story for those who have read my article in the September 28 issue of U.S. 1 and for those who did not....

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Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest Is Here

Fall is here, and where better to spend an autumn weekend that at Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest.