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n the style of the best writers and poets, we are not going to tell you about this Summer Fiction issue, but simply show it to you and let...

Letters to the Editor: On Artworks and Doctors

Support ArtworksI am writing you this letter as one of the founding members of the Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) and as an artist living in Trenton for 35...

Letters to the Editor: Crime Rate Debated

The letter to the editor in the June 21 issue of U.S. 1 includes this statement: “The FBI estimates that one in three women and one in ten men...

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John B. Torkelsen’s lavish offices on Vaughn Drive had light oak parquet floors, built-in light oak cabinets, simulated oak ceiling beams, and a unique mirror design — mirrors that...

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Years ago we thought we had heard the final postscript on Carolyn Foote Edelmann’s July 12, 2000, article on the scenic Sourland Mountains. The postscript was from Elizabeth Vardon,...

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In this part of Central New Jersey we don’t have to wait for the Fourth of July for the fireworks to start, because Princeton University stages a magnificent display...

Letter to the Editor: Sudan Benefit

Lives will be saved in the Sudan because of your feature on Emmanuel Mathiang, who escaped being killed by his government and now lives in New Jersey (“A Sudanese...

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Events often drive our choices of what to cover in each issue of U.S. 1. The profile of an intriguing person gets even more interesting when you, the reader,...

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The day after we published our June 7 cover story involving telemedicine for mental health clinical research trials, the New York Times affirmed the value of telepsychiatry. Our story,...

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In the 21st century, communication is still not perfect. Our DSL access was out of whack last month, and it worked only spasmodically in the days before and after...

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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.