Sunday, May 31, 2020

Between the Lines

Anna Lustenberg of Verizon says she was thrilled with the U.S. 1 cover story on September 5, “Broadband Battles,” showing the Verizon and the Comcast trucks head to head....

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...

A Woman’s View Of ‘Man’s World’

Thank you for the wonderful article in U.S. 1’s Women in Business issue (“Making It in a Man’s World,” U.S. 1, February 13). The comments have been overwhelmingly positive...

To the Editor: VolunteerConnect Is a Gift to Nonprofits

As a non-profit professional for more than 25 years and a four-time executive director, I know first-hand that you can have the best mission in the world but that...

Off-Broadstreet Theater: Please Excuse the Renovations

We are excited to announce Off-Broadstreet is getting bathrooms on the lower level!! For many years our patrons have scaled the steps to the upper level but soon there...

Increase Funding For Alzheimer’s Study

The momentum behind the fight to end Alzheimer’s has never been greater than it was this past week, with both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees approving an historic...

To the Editor

This week’s cover design was a natural for us here at U.S. 1. Pi Day, the brainstorm of the Princeton Tour Company’s energetic Mimi Omiecinski, has always appealed to...

Busy People and Big Ideas

Our readers will have to judge for themselves whether the idea for this issue was any good or not. The idea was that, in celebration of our 25th...

How To Get On The Cover Of U.S. 1

One of the questions we get asked most often by readers is, How do I get on the cover of U.S. 1? The tongue-in-cheek answer favored by our boss...

A Nuclear Alternative To Solar on Campus?

We had an oversight and an error in last week’s cover story on the revived and newly renovated Bucks County Playhouse. Our listing information at the end of the...

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