Yearly Archives: 2019
What surprises students new to the topic of the supply chain process is the effect that each player has on the other when bringing a product to market. But what surprises professor Stuart Rosenberg is that often people familiar with the field haven’t considered these effects either.
The New Jersey Business Action Center’s newly launched podcast series is designed to help businesses across the state succeed.
U.S. 1's annual summer fiction reception is Wednesday, August 21. All are invited.
One of the finest rock gardens in the eastern United States is within an hour’s drive of the U.S. 1 circulation area.
Brotherhood in particular, and manhood in general, receive a searing look in Suzan-Lori Parks’ complex and powerful “Topdog/Underdog,” which enjoys the intense, penetrating exploration it warrants in Lori Elizabeth Parquet’s engrossing production for Princeton Summer Theater.
David Galligan’s staging of “Always ... Patsy Cline” features a pair of star turns that give Carter Calvert, as the ill-starred country great, and Sally Struthers, as a fan who becomes a fast friend, multiple chances at bravura neither fails to ace.
Numerous groups are seeking new members and participants for special events.
The following stories were originally published in the August 7, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
It’s a true life political horror story that opens with sound bites and fury and ends with the dirge of a done deal. The monster is a $376 million New Jersey State office project that could have been a dream come true for the beleaguered capital city but turned into a nightmare.
Art, history, architecture, and politics all seamlessly blend in one of New Jersey’s best kept secrets — a public art tour of the New Jersey State House.