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Religion and Money

Religion and money have had an uneasy relationship ever since Jesus kicked the money-changers out of the temple all those years ago. An upcoming event at the Princeton University...

Lightbridge Academy Celebrates Grand Opening

The much anticipated Grand Opening for the new Lightbridge Academy of Lawrenceville will take place Saturday, December 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. As the solution for working...

Allergan’s Move Gives NJ a Boost

Allergan, the company that makes Botox, gave New Jersey’s commercial real estate market a shot when it moved its headquarters from Parsippany to Madison instead of leaving the state...

New Orchestra Melds Cultures, Sounds, Community

When Eric Hung, an associate professor at Westminster Choir College of Rider University, recently invited the community to join the Chinese music ensemble he co-founded in 2011, he was...

Holiday Season Comes Alive with Color and Light

Forget the 12 days of Christmas. This region is poised for an entire month of holiday events and festivities — ranging from the very familiar to the brand new...

To the Editor

#b#More Senior Moments#/b#Thank you for publishing my story on Affordable Housing in Princeton. My original intention in submitting the essay to U.S. 1 was to show my appreciation to...

Opportunities

ComposeApplications are now being accepted for the 2017 NJSO Edward T. Cone Composition Institute, a program that promotes new music and emerging composers. The Institute will select four composers...

Is Cyber Security An Oxymoron?

On August 13 2015, Bridget Anne Kelly, an aide to Gov. Chris Christie, wrote an eight-word e-mail that could one day send her to jail: “Time for some traffic...

Sharing Story and Meditation in Movement and Music

The Princeton University Art Museum is hosting a daylong festival to accent its two current South Asian art exhibitions — “Epic Tales from India” and “Contemporary Stories: Revisiting South...

Palatin Moves Ahead With Female Viagra

Biotech firm Palatin, which is developing a “female Viagra” drug, is newly optimistic this month following a successful late-stage clinical trial of bremelanotide. The “Reconnect” clinical trial included around...

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How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.