To the Editor: Family Fun with SHUPP

The Board of Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP) is happy to report a successful sixth annual event.

Follow-ups & Updates

A postscript to last week’s cover: The “models” for our February 3 issue (“Serving Up Love: 9 Ways to Get Closer) were James Robertson of Pequod, the corporate communications...

To the Editor: Farewell to a YWCA Tradition

It is with a heavy heart that the leaders of our YWCA have decided not to bring Crafters Marketplace to our community this weekend, despite a tradition that has...

Notes on Kim Guadagno

The New Jersey gubernatorial race between Democrat Phil Murphy, a retired Goldman Sachs executive, and Republican Kim Guadagno, the state’s lieutenant governor under Chris Christie, got some attention in...

To the Editor

#b#The Scheide Legacy#/b#I loved the September 6 cover story on the enduring legacy of William Scheide. Our community is truly blessed to have reaped the ongoing benefit of this...

Summer Fiction

One of the takeaways of our editor’s weekend at the Princeton University Reunions (see Richard K. Rein’s column on page 42) came from a panel on the arts. In...

To the Editor

#b#Irish Memories#/b#Thanks for taking notice of my new book, “I’m Sending You a Shamrock to Remind You of Home” (U.S. 1, March 12).Having read Lynn Robbins’ excellent article, I...

To the Editor: Change Still Possible on Climate Issue

I was delighted to read Richard K. Rein’s timely piece in the April 5 issue on C-Change Conversations’ presentation at Princeton Marching Forward. Rein’s proposal that those concerned with...

More on the Web, Plus a Thank You

Questions that need to be answered: Is the website back up? When is the deadline for the summer fiction “contest?”Yes, www.princetoninfo.com and its sister site, www.wwpinfo.com, are back online...

Call for Calendar Entries

Given that we at U.S. 1 often forget our own company birthday (see Richard K. Rein’s anniversary column in the November 3 issue), we can hardly blame you for...

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