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The following stories were originally published in the May 30, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Bucks County Review: ‘Act of God’

Nothing short of divine intervention can prevent “An Act of God,” the season opener at New Hope’s Bucks County Playhouse, from being more than a tediously self-conscious extended party joke that makes you want to go home early.

International Film Festival, with Strong Jersey Ties

The New Jersey International Film Festival Summer at Rutgers University in New Brunswick gets on its way on Friday, June 1, and continues Fridays through Sundays through June 10.

A Real Mickey Mouse Operation

If there’s one company that has gained a reputation for good customer service, it’s Disney.


One Yoga Center is accepting applications for its 200-hour yoga teacher training program.

The Importance of Local News

Last Wednesday, May 23, was a big day in New Jersey for providers of local news and information.

Frank Stella, Class of ’58, And Now the Class of ’18

When Frank Stella’s children were little, he took them to Coney Island aquarium to see the whales. Fascinated, they went home and he read “Moby Dick” to them aloud.

Advice for Your Careers

Maybe the biggest problem you have when it comes to your resume is that you’re thinking of it in the singular.

Bindu Gallery’s Private-Public Partnership

When art collectors Umesh and Sunanda Gaur host the Princeton Friends of Opera at their home on Sunday, June 3, from 5 to 8 p.m., they will be providing something more than the ordinary afternoon.

Sizing Up the New Lewis Center for the Arts

By all accounts Princeton University is a world class university, in the top 10, in fact, in most polls, and even No. 1 in some others.