Yearly Archives: 2018
The following stories were originally published in the August 15, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Upon first meeting drummer Joe D’Angelo at a club in New Brunswick or Asbury Park, you would never guess this long-haired guy who plays with passion for a variety of rock ‘n’ roll bands had graduated cum laude from a university or held high-level corporate jobs.
For many, a personal journal is just that — personal, often kept in a discrete place such as the bottom of a drawer. Mikel Cirkus, on the other hand, wants to celebrate his journals with the world.
With its combination of fantasy, cultural reference, and turned tables in treating a serious subject, mortality, Paula Vogel’s “The Baltimore Waltz” is director-dependent.
We’re always selling. All of us, all the time. That’s how Joey Himelfarb sees it.
Nominations are due Friday, August 17, for the sixth annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards celebrating the “history and academic influence of New Jersey’s immigrant entrepreneurs and their contributions to communities throughout the state.”
To help business owners make better decisions, Joseph Lamberti will present a workshop titled “Digital Marketing & Social Media Intro for Small Business” at the Bordentown Library.
Both New Jersey and New York are trying to figure out how to make state and local taxes into “charitable contributions” so that they can continue to be deducted from income for federal tax purposes.
Thanks for the great article about seeing some of the outside world without leaving New Jersey. We are actually very fortunate to have all created such a diverse state.
When does a news organization refuse to print idle speculation that is unsubstantiated by actual facts?