Monthly Archives: May 2019
The following stories were originally published in the May 29, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Weidel is a full-service real estate company with a strong leadership built on a 100-year foundation.
Asian Food Markets, a long-time tenant in the Princeton Meadows Shopping Center on Plainsboro Road, will be moving to the spot in Plainsboro Plaza on Schalks Crossing Road most recently occupied by the failed SuperFresh store.
William F. Feehery has been named CEO of Certara.
Most of us focus on the day-to-day sales and profits of companies that have a total activity of about $21 trillion — the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The other “economy” is the Asset Economy — stocks, real estate, bonds, and assets that may increase in value — perhaps $280 trillion in total U.S. market value — 13 times the GDP. This is where the real money is made.
As I have said on several occasions in this column and in public settings, a newspaper is only as good as the community it serves.
On the eve of his 50th college reunion, Richard K. Rein recalls the rise of student power and the anti-war movement, and the fall of the selective clubs as the dominant source of campus social life.
Several spring art gallery exhibitions offer the opportunity to get up and out and experience the works of area artists, visit a couple of annual events, and even reflect a bit on the cultural value of the exhibition venues.
"The Figure Abstracted” is the exhibition that immediately greets visitors entering the Princeton University Art Museum.
The New Jersey Film International Film Festival begins its 24th annual screening on Saturday, June 1, at Voorhees Hall at Rutgers University in New Brunswick.