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Coming to the aid of the working parent, U.S. 1’s Lynn Miller has compiled lists of more than 130 camps, everything from the traditional day camps to those centered...

Letters to the Editor: On Doris Duke and Christie Whitman

On Doris DukeI enjoyed reading the article about Doris Duke (U.S. 1, February 1). However, the statement “One place that did not get her money was Duke University” is...

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As our product gets increasingly digitized and Balkanized, with everyone with a PC and a DSL line in the publishing business, we in the world of journalism are trying...

Letter to the Editor: Whitman Legacy

In your February 8 article on Christie Whitman, our former governor says that “having more women in politics and government can only help our country.” I agree completely —...

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You only get one chance to make a first impression, they say, and we journalists, as much as anyone else, particularly harbor our first impressions of newsmakers we meet...

Letter to the Editor: EMC Square

Your surprising comparison of Doris Duke and Albert Einstein (U.S. 1, February 1) unfortunately omitted a most compelling locale for communing. I refer to EMC Square, at Princeton’s Borough...

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In response to the February 1 cover story “Daddy’s Girl: Inside the house and heart of Doris Duke,” Win and Hildegard Straube wrote from Hawaii about Duke’s estate, Shangri...

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Corrections or additions?This column was prepared for the December 21, 2005 issue of U.S. 1Newspaper. All rights reserved.Between the LinesHundreds of people from central New Jersey have done their...

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To the Editor:How Do You Access Future Events?Quick comment: I love the U.S. 1 paper. I appreciate the fact that I receive it at no cost and it is...

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Regarding Richard K. Rein's article (November 16), relating to the use of the TAIS (Theory/Test of Attentional and Interpersonal Style) assessment in the "What Makes Them Tick" article to...

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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.