Friday, February 28, 2020

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Science and History Are Birds of a Feather in Trenton Exhibit

But if you miss the avian sights and sounds of spring, take a trip to the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton where the exhibit “Fine Feathered Friends: Birds as Mainstay and Muse” will surely soothe your birdie yearnings.

Musical Sundays in Cadwalader Park with George

George Dabrowski plays the piano at Ellarslie most Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Passage Theater Hosts Annual Benefit

Passage Theater Company hosts its annual benefit on Saturday, February 29, at the Trenton Country Club.

Opportunities: For Artists and Foodies

Multiple organizations offer chances for artists to make, display, and fund their creative endeavors.

Picture Perfect Musician Stringing with Roosevelt Band

Trenton native Phil McAuliffe will be playing bass and singing backup vocals with David Brahinsky and the Roosevelt String Band on Sunday, February 23, at Morven in Princeton.

Survival Guide

Building the Blockchain

Ed Zabar is the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Blockchain Princeton group, scheduled for Thursday, February 27.

Storytelling for Business

In your next meeting, instead of breaking out a PowerPoint presentation, why not tell a story instead?

Making a 30-Second Commercial For Yourself

David Trapani, CEO of Sandler Training - AGT & Associates, will lead a workshop on building elevator pitches at a meeting of the Princeton-Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, February 26.

What is a ‘Personal Power Pyramid?’

Marc Strano will discuss ways each person can attend to four things during transition — and how to get support — while growing oneself and building one’s career.

Being Creative in a Commercial Environment

Ricardo Barros of Ricardo Barros Photographs will speak on “Sustaining Creative Spirit in a Commercial Environment” on Tuesday, February 25, at the Gotham City Networking Event.

Navigating Workers’ Compensation

Meg Errickson, senior director of claims at Borden Perlman, presents a webinar on workers' compensation.

Pigs in a Blanket and the Cost of Being Right

Nassau Street-based life coach Beth Fitzgerald’s book, “The Wake Up Call: Daily Eye Opening Motivation for You to Live Your Best Life” was published on February 17.

Fast Lane

Pharma Updates: Oncosec Grows, CytoSorbents Takes on Coronavirus

Oncosec has two new strategic partnerships, and Cytosorbents is taking its technology to China.

On the Move: Hughes Update, Deaths

The new developers of the Howard Hughes tract in West Windsor have said they do not plan for any housing at the site.

Audio Directions Wins TechLaunch BullPen Prize

A Hopewell-based company, Audio Directions, is producing devices intended to remedy the problem of hearing aids that amplify background noise in addition to conversation.

On the Move: NJHA, Trac, Chamber, and Deaths

Two new studies released by the New Jersey Hospital Association say hospitals are economic anchors of their communities.


Keep the Books Coming

Several self-published books recently found their way to U.S. 1, something we actually appreciate. The reason is there just may be something in them that we can share with our readers that can inform, delight, or even unsettle.

To the Editor: Troubled Bridge Over Historic Waters

NJDOT's plans for the South Broad Street Bridge over the Assunpink Creek are a missed opportunity.

Letters to the Editor: Primaries & History

Lessons from the Iowa primary, and a boost for the area's natural and historic resources.

Events & Oversight

A primer on getting your event listed in U.S. 1's calendar, and more debate on charity oversight.