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Mistral & elements: Cutting-Edge Cuisine

Not long ago, the chic, vibrant restaurant Mistral opened its doors in the heart of downtown Princeton near the library. Its mix of taste, style, and atmosphere made it...

Labebe: Fine Mediterranean Cuisine

The spirit of the namesake lives on at Labebe restaurant, in the most delicious, comfortable, and stylish of ways. Located at 2150 Route 130 in North Brunswick, Labebe nestles...

Ricky’s Thai: Acclaimed Restaurant Partners with Hopewell Valley Vineyards

Hard to believe, but fans of authentic Thai food have been delighting in the award-winning cuisine that Ricky Chai offers at his Skillman location for five years now. In...

PJ’s Pancake House: More Than Breakfast

Gretalia Hospitality group is proud to celebrate the one-year anniversary of its PJ’s Pancake House and Bakery, located in Kingston, on the corner of Route 27 and Laurel Avenue....

Be Your Own Business Coach

Learning to be your own coach could be your first step in getting unstuck, especially if you are unemployed and your job search seems stalled.

To the Editor

Should Princeton Buy Westminster? Rider University, having decided to sell Westminster Choir College, is in negotiations with a Chinese company.

Go inside the current issue: April 18, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the April 18, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper. 

Mobile Medicine: How Smartphones Can Help Doctors

One thing Norma Padron likes about the world of today is that it’s what the world of yesterday saw as the world of tomorrow.

Be a Trendspotter

If you want to be a trend spotter, take an interest in things beyond your personal interests.

A Natural Artist Popping-Up at Communiveristy, ArtJam, and More

Leni Paquet-Morante gazes at a row of her paintings on the walls of her studio in a former Grounds For Sculpture exhibition hall and says, “I’ll be putting in some paintings from this room.