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Blooming Grove Inn: Welcoming Fall Flavors

Blooming Grove Inn, located inside a beautiful Victorian mansion on West Upper Ferry Road, in Ewing Township, has the tastes of autumn front and center as well in its new cocktail and dining menus.

Vidalia: Cucina Con Passione

Autumn promises to still be warm and inviting, and there is no better venue for dinner than the area’s favorite restaurant, Vidalia, located in the heart of Lawrenceville at 21 Phillips Avenue.

Terhune Orchards: Five More Fun Filled Weekends of Apple Days Harvest Festivals

For more than 40 seasons Terhune Orchards has held festivals to celebrate our abundant apple harvest.

Double Brook Farm Fest: A Music Festival on Preserved Land

On Saturday, October 6, Double Brook Farm, along with Brick Farm Tavern, Brick Farm Market, and Red Barn Milk Co., will be sponsoring the Double Brook Farm Fest — a day of music on the St. Michael’s Farm Preserve.

In His Own Words: Mel Leipzig Celebrates Career at Rider

Nationally recognized Trenton-based artist Mel Leipzig is the subject of a new exhibition at Rider University Gallery in Lawrenceville.

How U.S. 1 Crashed an Exhibition

Visitors to the new exhibition “Mel Leipzig: Octogenarian” at Rider University will suddenly find themselves gazing at a painting of the staff of U.S. 1 newspaper.

Casual Festival Offers New Music and Maybe a Beer

An argument helped spark the creation of the Unruly Sounds Music Festival to be held Saturday, September 29, at Hinds Plaza adjacent to the Princeton Public Library.

Opportunities: Call for Art, Volunteer, Award Nominations

A roundup of opportunities from the September 26, 2018, U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Pegasus Theater Review: ‘Human Error’

‘Human Error,” a play by Eric Pfeffinger having its second-ever production at West Windsor’s Pegasus Theater, takes unexpected turns in two ways.

The Pumpkin Carves Out Its Place at the Table

Pumpkin is the unofficial flavor of fall. But just how much of the ubiquitous squash really goes into your favorite pumpkin-spiced treats?