Thursday, April 9, 2020

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Filmmaker Keeps His Audience Connection

Local filmmaker Andrew Froening has been chasing after stories — both real and imagined — for the last decade.

Deaths of Despair in the Time of Coronavirus

To use Adam Smith’s words about monopolies, the American healthcare system is both ‘absurd and oppressive.’

In Their Own Voices: P. Carl’s ‘Becoming a Man’

P. Carl's 'Becoming a Man' is the story of his personal journey from his life as a girl to the man he longed to be.

Opportunities

Multiple COVID-19 resources are available. Register now to vote by mail.

Host Your Own Regional Home Film Festival

Before there was Hollywood, there was New Jersey — really.

Survival Guide

One Way to Help: PACF Launches Relief & Recovery Fund

The Princeton Area Community Foundation has created a COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund to help support nonprofits working with the most vulnerable residents in Mercer County and the surrounding region.

Resources to Keep Your Business Above Water

The state has passed a series of bills intended to help workers and businesses affected by the lockdown.

A COVID-19 Resource Guide for the Route 1 Community

The state and other organizations have a number of resources for businesses and individuals with concerns related to coronavirus.

Aiming for a Diverse and Inclusive Sate Economy

For New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) CEO Tim Sullivan the words diversity and innovation are synonymous with economic empowerment.

Data for the Good

Jeanette M. Wing makes an argument for computational thinking in a variety of fields.

Seeing Stars

James Peebles, winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize for physics, will be the speaker at the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber’s annual Albert Einstein lecture.

Preparing Educators to Prepare Tomorrow’s Workforce

At an upcoming meeting of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce, TESU president Merodie Hancock will discuss how she is continuously updating the university’s offerings to meet the challenge of staying current with the rapidly evolving needs of employers.

Fast Lane

Retail May Never Be the Same Again

In recent weeks Independence Way-based Netelixir has focused on understanding the radical changes now taking place in the way Americans buy things.

On the Move: Mortgage Relief, Management Moves, and More

The Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced a nationwide relief plan for its multifamily borrowers and residents of their apartment properties.

Business Enters Lockdown

Business along the Route 1 corridor suddenly ground to a halt this week, under lockdown to inhibit the spread of COVID-19.

Deaths: Dor Mullen Dies at 64

Dorothy Smith Mullen died on March 15 in hospice care at home of metastasized lung cancer. She was 64.

Commentary

Notes from Homefront

HomeFront has adjusted how it delivers its services to the thousands of families who are currently homeless or hungry in our local community.

From the Editor

U.S. 1 is committed to supporting the community.

Letters to the Editor

Restaurants offer takeout options, some parting advice, and a call to help abused and neglected children.

Camps & Cancellations

Events are in a state of flux. Summer camps offer a source of stability for underserved youth.