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Go Inside the Current Issue: September 26, 2018

The following stories were originally published in the September 26, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

On the Move: Updates from TCNJ, Altice, Trenton-Mercer Airport, and More

The College of New Jersey’s School of Business has created a master of business administration program that will allow students to earn a graduate certificate in their chosen specializations in one year.

Architects with Attitude

If you were a high school career counselor and a student asked you what it would take to be a famous architect, you couldn’t go wrong by answering, “A big ego, mixed with an ample amount of arrogance and attitude.”

Labebe: Fine Mediterranean Cuisine

The spirit of the namesake lives on at Labebe restaurant, in the most delicious, comfortable, and stylish of ways.

Fenwick Hospitality Group: Fall Dining Gets Even Better

Jim Nawn’s Fenwick Hospitality Group has done it again and autumn dining at the Fenwick flagship venues promises to be even better.

Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest Is Here

Fall is here, and where better to spend an autumn weekend that at Bordentown City’s Cranberry Fest.

Malaga Offers a Taste of Spain

Malaga Restaurant has been serving up authentic food from Spain in Hamilton Township for three decades, delighting patrons with tastes from the owners’ home country.

Legends Grille: By Family, For Family

Legends Grille in East Windsor prides itself on being a very down to earth family restaurant where the Krakowski family wants you to feel like you are eating at home.

Sourland Mountain Spirits: New Jersey’s Farm Distillery

Sitting at the base of the Sourland Mountains on the scenic, sustainable Double Brook Farm is Sourland Mountain Spirits, the newest venture of Ray Disch.

East Asian Fusion: A Long-Time Favorite Gets Even Better

Already in its 11th year, East Asian Fusion Restaurant, conveniently located at 5 Market Street, Plainsboro Township is becoming better than ever.

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Former Trenton Planner Alan Mallach’s New Book, ‘The Divided City’

In his new book on urban planning, “The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America,” former Trenton official Alan Mallach takes a hard look at the problems that dog every city in America.