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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Bucks County Review: ’42nd Street’

Payoffs are gigantic in the Bucks County Playhouse production of “42nd Street.” That’s because when director Hunter Foster and choreographer Jeremy Dumont have a big number to mount, they are in their theatrical glory. 

On the Move: Integra to Stay in NJ

Integra Life Sciences is planning to move its headquarters from Enterprise Drive in Plainsboro to a Novo Nordisk-owned building at 1100 Campus Road in Plainsboro, a 166,891-square-foot facility.

From Media Storm to Media Mogul for Former Rutgers AD

If you’ve seen Tim Pernetti’s name in the news, it was probably back in 2013 when he was athletics director at Rutgers and was forced to resign amid controversy over the misbehavior of basketball coach Tim Rice.

Status Report: Using Linkedin’s Status Updates to Find a Job

Ed Han, an author, technical recruiter, and instructor at the Princeton Adult School, has become a master at using the business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn over the years.

Meet Trenton’s New Mayor

Reed Gusciora defeated Paul Perez to become mayor of Trenton, eking out a margin of victory of just 355 votes (52 percent) in an election in which just 22 percent of eligible voters participated.

Opportunities: July 11, 2018

Looking for something to do around town? Check out these opportunities, originally printed in the July 11 U.S. 1.

The Hummingbirds and the Bees

Letter from the Lake. It’s another Summer of Love up at Wrighter Lake, a small body of water in the middle of nowhere in the Endless Mountains between Scranton, PA, and Binghamton, NY.

To the Editor: Support Summer Learning

Summer is the most unequal time in America! Research tells us that ALL students lose ground over the summer months when they are not in school.

Go inside the current issue: July 4, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the July 4, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.

TerraCycle Takes ‘Waste Not’ to the Next Level

Tom Szaky, CEO of Terracycle, has built the entire business on recycling. Now he’s ready to move past it.