Monthly Archives: April 2019
The following stories were originally published in the April 24, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Princeton Plasma Physics Lab sees deep learning AI as the next big breakthrough in nuclear fusion research.
Israel-based Elcon Recycling Services has plans to build a facility in Falls Township, Pennsylvania, that would store and treat 200,000 tons per year of hazardous and residual waste. Residents in neighboring communities are not happy.
Chances are that the last thing you think about if you visit Scudder Plaza outside the home of the Woodrow Wilson School on Washington Road is the man for whom the school is named.
Gustavo Dudamel, the classical music superstar conductor, has been a quiet presence in Trenton over the past few months.
Opera singer-turned-rocker Essie performs on the "town and gown" stage at Communiversity on April 28.
On Saturday, April 27, at the Nassau Inn’s Yankee Doodle Tap Room, there will be a doctor in the house — Marco Funiciello — entertaining at a fundraiser for an employee currently undergoing treatments for leukemia.
Audition for Somerset Valley Players' "Urinetown" and submit artwork in Mercer County and New Brunswick.
The Trump administration has its head in the sand on climate change, so it is up to individual states to take the lead in responding to the enormous threat of climate change.
Melissa Marsh speaks on the live-work-play trend at the Princeton Chamber.