Monthly Archives: June 2018
The following stories were originally published in the June 27, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Gordon Turk can’t wait to be “heckeled.” The former Lambertville resident, now in his 45th season as resident organist at the Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, awaits the most recent addition to his instrument.
But what’s it really like? That’s a normal response when reading a notice for one of the weekly dance sessions in the region. So let’s put on our proverbial dancing shoes and take a look.
The Princeton Bar Association will discuss the #MeToo movement and recent legal trends in regard to harassment in the workplace on Wednesday, June 27.
Princeton professor Angela Creager, a science historian, will present a “Science Cafe” talk on Thursday, June 28, at 5:30 p.m. at Princeton’s Frick Chemistry Lab.
The Princeton Summer Theater has opened an ambitious season with Jonathan Larson’s autobiographical rock musical “Tick, Tick … Boom!” in a beautifully realized production.
Rider University has signed an agreement to sell Westminster Choir College and its campus to a Chinese steel-making company, which has promised to keep the school open for 10...
Sometimes an idea goes viral simply because it makes a lot of sense — like the one clinical psychologist and social worker Marilee Adams of Lambertville captured in the title of her 2004 book “Change Your Questions Change Your Life."
That these are uncertain times was driven home on early on June 17 when Trenton’s annual Art All Night became the scene of a shootout involving alleged gang members and police.
When I got into the journalism business I expected to report on and write about some celebrities from time to time. I never expected to be treated like one. Early...