Building Bridges to Our Readers

Recent responses to Dan Aubrey’s stories “An Island Adventure in New Jersey’s Capital” (July 5) and “Bridges to History, Nature, and Romance” (August 30) include a voice from the...

Seeking Diversity in Local Politics

We at U.S. 1, with a circulation area that spans a dozen municipalities in three counties, don’t normally concern ourselves with municipal elections. But we have been looking closely...

To the Editor: More on HQ2

Richard K. Rein’s editorial, “How New York & Arlington ‘Lost’ Amazon HQ2” is the most cogent treatment of this subject I have read.

The Importance of End-of-Life Discussions

The Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) is pleased that Medicare has decided to cover people’s conversations with their physicians on healthcare decision-making. PSRC is participating in “Conversations of a...

To Err is Human, To Park at Princeton Junction Means Paying Cash

To all you exhausted, bleary-eyed commuters who park at the Princeton Junction train station daily lot and pay your honest $5 per day, this letter is for you: Beware!...

Enduring E-mails

As we read this week’s cover story on the newly opened archives at the venerable Institute for Advanced Study we found ourselves fascinated not just by the references to...

To the Editor: A Happy Turkey Day for All

Each year, our volunteer group, Yes We CAN! Food Drives, reaches out to our community to help us provide a happier Thanksgiving for families in need by asking for...

To The Editor

#b#Nassau Inn Is Old, But Not That Old#/b#I enjoyed your February 8 article on Lori Rabon and the Nassau Inn very much. It brought back significant memories for me...

Battling Opinions Over ‘Eloise’

More Resentment of EloiseI am writing in response to the letters printed in the November 26 edition of your paper. I had also read the Eloise story (U.S. 1,...

Gun and Abortion Policies, A Comparison

If you spend a lot of time on Facebook, or Twitter, as well, you are exposed to a steady flow of chatter that at least one other person has...

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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.