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Between the Lines: Submit Photos

It’s almost Halloween, which means it’s nearly next

year for our editors. We are already at work on the U.S. 1 2004

Datebook

and Calendar, our annual gift to each company that receives the

newspaper.

The 2004 calendar will list more than 1,100 separate events, selected

from more than twice that number in our events database, and we can

already predict what many of those events will be. But we cannot

predict

what photographs we will use to complement those listings. That’s

because this year we invite U.S. 1 readers to submit their photos.

We are looking for images that tell the story of a season or an event.

Maybe you snapped a great shot at a high school football or soccer

game, or you have a good prom photo. Dig out your favorite fall

foliage

scene or one of snow covering Carnegie Lake. What about that swimming

pool shot? Or the one of the little girls getting ready to go onstage

for their June dance recital? Somebody out there has a poignant

"back

to school" photo or one that tells a story of Princeton reunions.

Also think "holidays." There’s still time to take a picture

of fabulous Halloween costumes, and search your files for the

quintessential

Thanksgiving, Fourth of July, or Memorial Day photo.

As with our Summer Fiction and Poetry issue, we emphasize that this

is not a contest. We look forward to printing the work of U.S. 1

readers.

Preference will be given to those who work in the Princeton business

community, and everyone whose work is selected will receive an

honorarium.

The rules of submission are easy. We will accept one color print,

from 3 by 5 to 8 by 10 inches, made from your negative, slide, or

digital file. If we select your photo, we’ll give you further

instructions

on how to submit.

Deadline? Please send your print as soon as possible — we may

fall in love with the first Halloween parade photo we see — and

no later than Wednesday, November 19. Mail your print to U.S. 1

Newspaper,

12 Roszel Road, Suite C-205, Princeton 08540. If you want your

print returned, include a stamped envelope.

We also invite cultural and business groups to send date listings.

If you represent a major venue, we may have your 2004 events already

listed in our database. Take a look at our database online

(www.princetoninfo.com)

and check to see what is already listed. Other groups should send

us their event listings through December 31, 2004. Give us as much

information as you can. When it gets closer to the date, you can fill

in the details.

Online Dining Review

More than three dozen restaurants tell their stories

in this issue. Have you an opinion about one of them? Go to

www.princetoninfo.com

and click on the dining directory to see what others have written

and add your views.

Search on the word "fireplace" and you will find 13

restaurants

with glowing embers for the autumn chill. Or search on "BYOB"

or "takeout." You can also search by ethnicity. Two dozen

restaurants feature Italian menus, but there are also 18 that serve

Japanese food, with Indian, Mediterranean, and Mexican cuisine well

represented. Good eating!


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