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Opportunities: Photography, Poetry, and More

Friends of Princeton Open Space is holding a "Give Thanks for Nature" photography contest.

Holiday Marketing for Small Business

Holiday marketing is just one of many small business marketing challenges.

Volunteering Can Be Good for the Soul, and the Career

Nicole Smith offers advice for anyone who wants to support a good cause: “Basically, turn something you love into a fundraiser,” she says.

How to Manage Public-Private Partnerships

IXP Corporation’s bread and butter has been operating 911 call centers for local governments, and CEO Bill Metro has learned a lot about successful public-private partnerships in the two decades that he and COO Larry Consalvos have run the company.

To the Editor: Flu Shots & Rally Thoughts

It's not too late to get a flu shot and help stop the spread of influenza.

Go Inside This Week’s Issue of U.S. 1: December 11, 2019

The following stories were originally published in the December 11, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.

Graham to Remain Jailed, Judge Says

A former Princeton resident accused of scamming his social circle with a $5 million Ponzi scheme has been denied release from jail following a November 21 arrest in an unrelated civil dispute.

On the Move: Clothing Cues, Management Moves, and More

A recent Princeton University study that showed people perceive a person’s competence partly based on subtle economic cues emanating from the person’s clothing.

The Bard with a Billboard Bullet Beat Hits Hopewell

Forget the idea of a lyre-strumming muse. Internationally known poet and Princeton professor Paul Muldoon packs a Fender guitar.

‘Christmas Carol’ More Than a Ghost of a Chance for Trenton

When Princeton’s McCarter Theater comes alive with the sights and sounds of “A Christmas Carol,” Trenton’s Sprout U School of the Arts will be there to help make it happen.