To The Editor

#b#Stop Alzheimer’s#/b#Over half a million New Jerseyans are affected by Alzheimer’s disease — including individuals in the Middlesex, Mercer, Hunterdon and Somerset County areas, who are either diagnosed with...

Fiction Q&A And Real Women

We at U.S. 1 continue to solicit short stories and poems from our readers for our July 27 Summer Fiction issue. Several dozen have already submitted work — well...

Why the Beatles?

How did a business and entertainment newspaper located a long way from Liverpool, England, happen to commemorate a 50-year anniversary of the Beatles?As is often the case when we...

Between the Lines

Someone asked us the other day if we had gone to the governor’s press conference announcing his economic growth strategy. Timing did not permit us to attend. But now...

Tributes to Michael Graves

We in the newspaper business often judge people by a different standard from that held up by others. Sometimes we tend to view most favorably not the person with...

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...

The Holiday Work Schedule

How is your office going to handle the holiday work schedule this year? Each year we at U.S. 1 wrestle with the question: how to publish a paper for...

Correction

It’s a small world and sometimes — thanks to search engines such as Google — too small for our own good.Last week’s story on Drupal, the content management system...

To the Editor: Organic Matters

As a Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) board member it was nice to read the February 28 article about our NOFA director.

To the Editor: Bill Would Protect NJ Freelancers

More than 600,000 New Jersey freelancers generate receipts of $30 billion annually to the state’s economy. But despite their emergence as an increasingly important sector in the business community,...

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From NJWedding.com to NJParenting.com

Twenty-two years after it launched NJWedding.com is starting a family: NJParenting.com, launched in February, is a directory of child-related services, much like its parent site is a directory for the wedding business.