Monthly Archives: May 2018
The following stories were originally published in the July 11, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Choose New Jersey, a business-funded nonprofit group that promotes economic development in the state, is replacing its CEO, Michele Brown, with Jose Lozano, an executive at Hackensack Meridian Health.
It’s not known whether the big fish was named Mack the Knife, but (as the song goes, kind of) the shark did bite with his teeth, babe.
Stage director Jerrell L. Henderson leans forward as actors Brandon Rubin and Andrew Burger take their places during a rehearsal in Trenton’s Mill Hill Playhouse, where Trenton’s only professional theater company, Passage Theater, is in residence.
Art Contest The New Brunswick Free Public Library presents its 11th annual Photography Contest. The submission deadline is Friday, May 4. Professional photographers and library staff will judge submissions. Photographs...
There’s still a month to go before this year’s Princeton Festival gets underway with its eclectic combination of opera, musical theater, and chamber music, and jazz.
A few years ago science and technology author Edward Tenner set out to write a book about positive unintended consequences.
Edward Tenner’s new book addresses “efficiency paradoxes in several areas of society, including the online platform economy, the information industry, education, and transportation and travel in the age of the GPS.
Climate Central, a nonprofit group that promotes science about climate change, has appointed Benjamin Strauss CEO, succeeding Paul Hanle, who is retiring from the organization after seven years.
New in Town First Bank, 3 Tree Farm Road, Pennington 08534. 609-643-0470. Ruth Powell, branch manager. www.firstbanknj.com. First Bank, a consumer bank headquartered in Hamilton, has opened a branch in Pennington...