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Literary Group Has a Good Story or Two to Share

While McCarter Theater Artistic Director and playwright Emily Mann and noted American playwright Ken Ludwig are the guest story tellers at People & Stories’ Wednesday, March 6, fundraiser at the Nassau Club in Princeton, they may be the first to tell you that the real story is that the Lawrenceville-based nonprofit project has many voices, locations, and stories.

Opportunities: Call for Poetry, Art, and More

To commemorate National Poetry Month, the New Brunswick Free Public Library will publish its 21st annual Poetry Month Celebration Anthology in April.

Innovation on Display at Princeton

The Innovation Forum, held every year at Princeton’s Keller Center, is a good chance to take a look at some of the cutting edge research that inventors hope could be turned into commercial products.

How the ‘Rain Tax’ Will Fight Flooding

Green infrastructure is becoming mainstream all over the world, says Louise Wilson, staff member of New Jersey Future.

OPRAMachine Makes Requesting Records Easy for Everyone

An Ocean County journalist has created a powerful tool to simplify the process of requesting government records.

Go Inside the Summer Camps Issue of U.S. 1: February 20, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the February 20, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Where the Camps Are: Camp Listings for All Interests

Arts Camps Actors’ NET of Bucks County, 635 North Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville 19067. 215-295-3694. Four-week Summer Stars program offers instruction in singing, acting, and dance, and concludes with a production...

Princeton Dance & Theater Studio: Early pricing on summer dancing for every age and level

Fun and educational dance programs await students ages 2.5 through adult at Princeton Dance & Theater Studio in Princeton’s Forrestal Village.

Team85 Fitness & Wellness, Bordentown: For Healthy Families

Located in the spacious, state-of-the-art Team85 Fitness & Wellness center, the summer camp welcomes girls and boys (ages 4-13) to an array of fun activities supervised by professional trainers and instructors.

Lightbridge Academy – Plainsboro: For Happy Campers

There may be a dusting of snow on the playground at Lightbridge Academy, but visions of summer camp are dancing in the heads of the kids and teachers at the spacious daycare and early childhood learning center in Plainsboro.