Between the Lines

In the 21st century, communication is still not perfect. Our DSL access was out of whack last month, and it worked only spasmodically in the days before and after...

Be Well This Winter

This “Winter Wellness” issue of U.S. 1 is one of three published in the course of a year that specifically address common health concerns of our readers and their...

To the Editor: Dinky’s Future

To the Editor: Dinky’s FutureIn the April 9 U.S. 1 Richard K. Rein proposed using the Dinky train to augment Princeton Borough’s transportation system between its trips back and...

Velandia’s Triumph

As U.S. 1 reported in its May 25 issue, one of the hottest dance activities in town is salsa, and one of its hottest proponents is Henri Velandia, a...

Princeton Alumnus Reflects on University Football

There was far more interest than usual in last Saturday’s Princeton football game against Penn.

It’s A Small World After All

Sometimes we think the world just keeps getting smaller and smaller. Our Preview editor, Jamie Saxon, received a letter from Ann Mark of Lawrenceville about last week’s cover story,...

Moments in the Sun

How soon we all forget. Shortly after we published the five-column wide photograph of the “Continuum” mural on the side of the Terra Momo Bread Co. building in downtown...

Follow-ups & Updates

A postscript to last week’s cover: The “models” for our February 3 issue (“Serving Up Love: 9 Ways to Get Closer) were James Robertson of Pequod, the corporate communications...

To the Editor: High Hopes For Hummingbirds

I am an avid birder and, by extension, fascinated by how fragile, feathered beings manage to generate, shelter and feed young ones —in essence, out of thin air.

Weddings, Waivers, and Awareness

It started a few months ago, when Preview Editor Jamie Saxon decided it would be a lark to get some women friends together and all put on their wedding...

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Facial Recognition: In Fast-Growing Field, Glitches Persist

Patrick Grother discusses the “industrial revolution” recently in facial recognition algorithms to the point where some of them are extremely accurate.