Saturday, May 15, 2021

Yes to History and Civics in School

Educating future generations of American students in American history and civics is a fundamental requirement for living in the United States. Any person who has run for elected office...

Between the Lines

So where do you go for your dose of social media? As the Princeton Chamber gears up for its annual business trade fair next Tuesday, September 29, we at...

The ‘Official’ Call for Summer Fiction

How do we explain this one? We have not yet even issued the “call” for contributions to our annual Summer Fiction issue and we already have a half-dozen pieces...

To the Editor

Make Streets SafeNew Jersey has been one of the worst states for pedestrian fatalities over the last ten years. The truly sad part about this fact is that these...

Of Stuart Duncans

In this information age we are all supposed to be wired in to all that’s happening. We don’t need to read newspapers because we can get it all online....

U.S. 1 Party Celebrates Past ‘Stars’

When many other companies are having their holiday parties, this office is juggling vacation schedules and extra issues — our annual wall calendar and Survival Guide issue come together...

Letters to the Editor

Clarifications on Hopewell's Castle and a thank you from Princeton Community Housing.

U.S. 1’s Email Connection

We wouldn’t normally assign an article on the mail that arrives in our office every day, but since our editor (prompted by the recent news that the Postal Service...

More on the Bully Pulpit

Dan Aubrey’s first person account of his run-in with Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno over management of a state-funded arts project in 2011 drew some immediate attention after it was...

Gun and Abortion Policies, A Comparison

If you spend a lot of time on Facebook, or Twitter, as well, you are exposed to a steady flow of chatter that at least one other person has...

Trending Stories

The Fall of Icarus

You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.