Monthly Archives: May 2020
The following stories were originally published in the May 27, 2020, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The Princeton YWCA's annual Tribute to Women awards will be celebrated virtually on Thursday, May 28.
Sara Hastings reflects on parades that won't happen, didn't happen, and shouldn't have happened in light of pandemics past and present.
The cultural calendar has changed, but creativity has not been canceled, as evidenced by events gone virtual and new outlets for art and fiction.
Right At Home has expanded to Mercer County, and the Princeton Senior Resource Center is offering a food delivery program for seniors.
City Beef & Provisions, at 246 Willow Street in Trenton, is a survivor and even a legend in what was historically the city’s meat district.
Now that almost all people are gone, the foxes have taken over the university. In broad daylight they roam the grounds, up the monumental stairs and through the ornate iron gates.
How about investing in clean energy, parks and trails, and stronger protections for our waterways? These green investments will help the economy recover, create new jobs AND make communities healthier and safer.
Upcoming webinars address topics related to COVID-19 as well as general business concerns.
The writing is on the wall. Millions of artists are out of work and unsure of if and when they will return to work on commissions, performing, or teaching. Yet artwork on the walls of several buildings in the region provides a reminder of another era when millions, including artists, lost their jobs: The Great Depression, 1929 to 1941.