Can You Speak Up At Your Company?

As a publication focused on both business and the arts, we instinctively believe that the two subjects go hand in hand. A strong business climate can obviously support an...

Ageless But Not Errorless

Trying to keep up with a score of active septuagenarians proved to be a challenge to our relatively youthful editorial staff. In our rush to prepare the July 14...

Meet the Writers at the Summer Fiction Reception

The annual Summer Fiction issue is out, and we are now preparing for the annual reception on Thursday, August 22, at which we recognize the published writers. John Symons...

Princeton University in the News

Given that many of our readers may look twice when they notice the sea of Halloween colors on Nassau Street this weekend, U.S. 1 devotes not one but two...

To the Editor

Faithful readers of our day-by-day event listings are no doubt familiar with the category called “outdoor action.” We run them week by week, year round, from the hottest days...

To the Editor

#b#Thanks to Mayor Lempert#/b#Members of Not in Our Town Princeton thank you for your stand on behalf of our town by signing the recent Mayor’s Compact to Combat Hate,...

Letters to the Editor: Defining BCRC’s Scope

I was diagnosed with Non Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2001. Fortunately, I received excellent care from talented medical professionals.But, at age 40, I was going through chemotherapy, I was bald,...

Enable’s Gala Record

Enable Inc. thanks all the sponsors, donors, attendees, and volunteers who made our 25th anniversary “Back to the Future” gala a success. We raised more money than we have...

Between the Lines

We are approaching the “last call” for submissions for our annual U.S. 1 wall calendar. If you have a photograph that captures the essence of a month or a...

On Dieting And Well-Stocked Food Banks

As we go to press, Preview Editor Jamie Saxon is slurping up her homemade kale, bean, and sweet potato soup, a recipe from Week 3 of her Whole Living...

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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.