After 35 years, a new editor at U.S. 1.
Poet Doughtry “Doc” Long, whose death was announced on January 27, was a longtime maker and supporter of art in Trenton.
Most people in Princeton make an effort to put plastic bottles and other items into recycling bins. But in the past three months many plastic recyclables have been loaded on to trucks, and taken to landfills.
Now might be a good time to consider some new online U.S. 1 programs available.
This year fiction will be a summer-long affair in U.S. 1.
Two weeks after Richard K. Rein’s October 10 opus on “How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2,” the promise and problems of the city continue to be discussed.
I am writing to acknowledge the closing last month of a 70 year old nonprofit, Family Guidance Center Corporation, due to ongoing funding challenges.
U.S. 1's 2019 Summer Fiction Issue will be published Wednesday, July 24. Submit your short stories and poetry by Monday, June 3.
In his May 8 column Richard K. Rein commented on Fred Kassab, who gained fame as the man who for nine years pursued Jeffrey MacDonald, a Princeton alumnus from the early 1960s who murdered his wife and daughters. An astute reader points out another Princeton connection to the story.
One letter praises Dan Aubrey's piece on Princetel; another reflects on Gustavo Dudamel and El Sistema in Trenton.