Monthly Archives: October 2019
The following stories were originally published in the October 30, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Alexander Road is closing for nearly six months, and officials are predicting traffic tie-ups for the Princeton area.
An iconic office building at the corner of Nassau and Chambers streets has been sold to a hotel developer.
You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.
Mercer County’s substandard, easily hackable voting machines were supposed to be replaced in 2008. But they will still be in place for the 2020 election.
YingHua International School, conveniently centered just minutes outside Princeton, provides thorough training in all subjects for students from early learning through eighth grade.
A solo exhibit of Sean Carney's work will be on view at the Center for Collaborative History at Princeton University’s Dickinson Hall through Friday, December 13, with an opening reception on Thursday, November 7, from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Philadelphia's Edgar Allan Poe house, which was designed and built by architects William Alburger and John Evans, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1962. It is also a U.S. National Historic Site and is on the Register of Historic Places.
Ross Kenneth Urken discusses his memoir, "Another Mother," on October 30 at Labyrinth Books.
"Last Days of Summer," the musical that inaugurates George Street Playhouse’s new home in New Brunswick, is about a boy, age 12 when we meet him, seeking a longed-for father figure in a baseball player he idolizes.