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.
U.S. 1’s February 17 issue on “complete streets” (which, as the cover headline suggested, might better be called “incomplete streets”) generated several thoughtful responses from central New Jersey bicyclists....
Officials have been instructed to look the other way on certain low-level marijuana offenses, while construction officials have their eyes on outdoor dining installations that are not quite up to code.
At the dawn of this new year, I want to share with you the news that Emily Mann, the award-winning playwright and director who has served as our artistic director and resident playwright since 1990, will retire from the position following the 2019-’20 season.
When does a news organization refuse to print idle speculation that is unsubstantiated by actual facts?
One letter praises Dan Aubrey's piece on Princetel; another reflects on Gustavo Dudamel and El Sistema in Trenton.
Richard K. Rein’s November 13 column on Princeton University’s football program and the reference to the glory days of the 1950s and ’60s, when Princeton utilized the single wing...
An online comment at www.princetoninfo.com has reminded us to raise a toast next week to a job title that no longer exists. When U.S. 1 started paying attention to...
This year fiction will be a summer-long affair in U.S. 1.