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Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: February 27, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the February 27, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Local Researchers Working to Understand Climate Change

Many researchers in the Route 1 corridor are undertaking the herculean task of understanding the ways human activity is affecting the Earth’s climate.

Fast lane: Home Care Service, Crosstown Moves, Deaths

VNA Home Care of Mercer County has leased 8,000 feet of office space at the Horizon Center in Hamilton at South Gold Drive.

Investment News: Edison Partners

Edison Partners, a Princeton investment firm, has led a $62 million financing in New York-based YieldStreet, a digital wealth management platform.

The Sea’s Rising & We’re All in the Same Boat

Superstorm Sandy showed the catastrophic effects of flooding. Rutgers’ Bob Kopp warns that with sea levels on the rise, the worst is yet to come.

Advancing Opportunities CEO Takes ‘Person-Centered’ Approach

Chances are, you work with someone who struggles with something that affects their job. Chances are equally good that someone you work with could say the same thing about you.

Letter From Barbados

Barbados is a paradise in many ways, but not for pedestrians. Here are some quick and cheap ways to make the island more walkable.

Irish Singer Brings Tradition and Home to Hopewell

It is no surprise Irish-born singer Fiona Tyndall makes educating her audience a part of her shows. She is the daughter of two teachers and enjoys sharing the tales behind the tunes as much as she enjoys singing them.

Couple Cross Pollinating Art and Culture

Cross-fertilization. Ayala Shimelman has observed it within groups of artists she and her husband, SiriOm Singh, have exhibited with. Together, they have seen it happen between themselves. And now they are actively spreading “seeds” from gallery to gallery.

The Power of Hearing and Writing Stories

The People & Stories program based in Lawrenceville and the subject of the accompanying story encourages people from all background and communities to verbally recount and share moments of their lives.