Yearly Archives: 2019
Joe Namath is an interesting character. His career lasted from 1965 to 1977. His stats are not that impressive: total yards passed 27,663, 173 touchdown passes, and 220 interceptions.
In the age of so much electronic communication, it’s reassuring that U.S. 1 recognizes the importance of oral, in-person presentations in trying to get one’s message heard and understood.
Let’s give Aubrey’s words weight by reviewing his article and the possibilities it offers to keep Westminster Choir College in Princeton.
The Bank of Princeton is purchasing five Beneficial Bank branches in Bordentown, Browns Mills, Chesterfield, Deptford, and Sicklerville.
The following stories were originally published in the January 30, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
When violinist Xiaofu Zhou arrives in Princeton on Sunday, February 3, for his recital at Princeton Theological Seminary’s Miller Chapel, it will not be through the efforts of an agent or a professional organizer, but rather through the tireless advocacy of those who have been changed by his playing.
‘On Golden Pond” is sturdy enough to earn its continuing place in the American repertoire.
To echo famed American wordsmith Yogi Berra, ‘Classical music has become so familiar, nobody knows about it.’
Tenor Nicholas Phan sings Franz Schubert’s “Schone Mullerin” (Beautiful Milleress), the first ever vocal recital of its kind, at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study February 1 and 2.
Tom Brady’s great but he’s not a game changer in pro football. Another quarterback set the stage for him 50 years ago.