Monthly Archives: May 2019
The following stories were originally published in the May 15, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The Princeton Symphony reaches its current season’s climax with “Mango Suite,” a world premiere collaboration by composer Derek Bermel and writer Sandra Cisneros, author of the novel “The House on Mango Street.”
Brett Margulis and Box O’ Rox play mid-afternoon on Saturday, May 18, at the free annual Pennington Day.
A piece like David Hare’s “Skylight” — with its long-winding but never long-winded, and keenly intelligent, dialogues on life, love, relationships, lifestyles, and choices — is manna in the wilderness.
Sharon List, who advises women on their personal lives as well as careers through her coaching business, All Inclusive You, speaks at a meeting of the Ellevate networking group on Tuesday, May 21.
Four Route 1 corridor companies are among 20 generic drug companies being sued by the state of New Jersey and other states for allegedly conspiring to illegally fix the prices of hundreds of products.
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s “Art of the Double Concerto” arrives at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium on Friday, May 17.
The missing component in artificial intelligence today is common-sense knowledge shared by human beings.
I like companies that accrue cash, eschew debt, and have a vision. Home decor retailer Kirkland’s fits those criteria, but will need to find a way to improve profitability.
Pine View Terrace, a 55+ manufactured housing community in Pemberton Township, has been family owned and operated by the Skippers since 1963.