Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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Spring Season Blossoms Early at Morven Gardens

Morven, the national historic landmark in Princeton, has long been known for its colonial history. Less recognized is its status as a Victorian masterpiece.

Boudoir Photographer Gets Up Close, Personal, and Powerfully Imperfect

If you’re in an adventurous mood for the Valentine’s season or any time during the year and want to play sexy, slightly naughty dress-up, and then have your rebel spirit captured with sensitivity, look no further than the Abigail Gingerale Boudoir Studio.

Morris Museum Highlights Trenton Artists

Trenton art is attracting attention elsewhere in the state as the Morris Museum in Morristown continues two exhibitions featuring artists representing the creative spirit in the capital city.

Opportunities: Calls for Creativity

Calls for actors, playwrights, musicians, poets, and more.

PPPL Has the Perfect Formula for Learning

Those looking for a little science, stimulating conversation, or a place to take a child interested in science should head to the Ronald E. Hatcher Science on Saturday Lecture Series at Plasma Princeton Physics Lab on Princeton University’s Forrestal Campus in Plainsboro.

Survival Guide

A Doctor from the Streets Sets Others on Path to Success

The Three Doctors will be part of a presentation at the Pascale Sykes Foundation’s Working Together for Working Families conference on Thursday, February 13, at Rowan College of South Jersey’s Luciano Center in Vineland.

Creating the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

An upcoming lecture by Amy Nelson at Princeton University’s Keller Center will discuss trends of entrepreneurship in the United States.

Pitchstop: How to Convince People to Invest in You

If you’re a businessperson who wants to perfect your pitch to investors, there’s an event coming up at the Princeton Mercer Chamber of Commerce tailor-made for you.

Celebrating Success for the Black Business Community

The Trenton-based African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey will hold its annual black-tie awards gala on Thursday, February 6, at 5 p.m., at the Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset.

Know Your Rights As an Employee

Employment law specialist Elizabeth Zuckerman offers a class titled “Know Your Rights as an Employee” through the Princeton Adult School.

What Lies Ahead for Real Estate in 2020

If you’re buying or selling real estate, it might be valuable to know what lies ahead for the market in 2020.

Don’t Stress About Stress

Cathy Kreyche presents on how to deal with stress at the January 31 PSG meeting.

Fast Lane

From CEO to Wife Killer — to Snake Oil Salesman?

Jonathan Nyce, infamous for the 2004 killing of his wife, is again on the wrong side of the law, this time for allegedly selling fake dog cancer drugs.

On the Move: Radius8, Ford Graham, Deaths

Radius8, a tech company that creates digital storefronts, has received an investment under the New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s Angel Investor Tax Credit Program.

Management Moves: Chamber, YWCA, and Mercer Street Friends

The Princeton Mercer Chamber has a new chair of the board, Judy Hutton is retiring from the Princeton YWCA, and Bernie Flynn is the new CEO of Mercer Street Friends.

On the Move: New Construction & Mergers

Princeton University has planned the construction of new dormitories, science facilities, and an art museum. A distribution center is under construction on Princess Road. And Horvath & Giacin has merged with EisnerAmper.


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.

Remembering Doc Long

Poet Doughtry “Doc” Long, whose death was announced on January 27, was a longtime maker and supporter of art in Trenton.

Connecting to the Community

In this week’s U.S. 1 Dan Aubrey has created two stories of importance to the community in different ways.