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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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If you want to play the "we knew them when" game, both Princeton and Trenton have had a great week. Princeton, specifically Princeton University, can now bask in the...

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Speakers for the Princeton Chamber's Einstein Alley breakfasts are generally presented with a small memento of the occasion. Lately the gift has been a miniature doll of Einstein, the...

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Sometimes the best laid plans for free publicity go awry. Target Stores sent a nice press release about how a West Windsor student received a $5,000 scholarship from...

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About this issue: For 19 years we have dedicated the last issue in December to people with full-time jobs who volunteer for good causes. May their tribes increase.About the...

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