Monday, May 25, 2020

To the Editor: A Piece That Flowed Like a Symphony

The following are two responses to the January 30 U.S. 1 article “Time to Face and Listen to the Music” by arts editor Dan Aubrey.

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Letter to the Editor: Happy Writers

Thanks for including my poem, “Middlemen,” in your 2007 Summer Fiction Issue (U.S. 1, July 26). It was a thrill to see it in print and to read at...

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We are still hearing from readers about Chip Crider’s idea to replace Princeton’s Dinky train with personal rapid transit, or PRT (U.S. 1, March 24). A California-based company named...

Never Stop Learning

Last week’s cover story on courses that we could teach based on our real-life work experience generated an old fashioned letter to the editor, an online comment, and a...

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Our November 25 story on Monsignor Walter Nolan, the priest at St. Paul’s Church who faces the same dilemmas as the rest of us when choosing what electronic gadgets...

To the Editor: Skateboarders Unite For Innovation, Energy

I was delighted to see Burt Navarrete pictured on a skateboard on the cover of the March 6 edition of U.S. 1 at his newly launched Tigerlabs entrepreneurship center....

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H & F AlertWithin the next week or so many of the health and fitness practitioners in our area will receive a coupon by mail or by fax eliciting...

Letter to the Editor: Bath House Saved

Actions by Friends of the Trenton Bath House and the recent diligent reporting in the media have forced a happy ending to the saga of the Trenton Bath House....

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#b#Tax ‘Doomsday’?#/b#The December 20 Interchange by Irwin Stoolmacher was headlined “Does the Tax Law Spell Doom for Charities?” As someone with long and in-depth personal experience with a spectrum...

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You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.