Monday, August 3, 2020

25 Years of Night Life

By sheer coincidence this week’s cover story deals with an age-old dilemma: Where do we go to have a little fun around here? Anna Soloway, who grew up in...

To the Editor: Applications Online For Affordable Units

For those seeking Affordable Housing in Princeton, a major hurdle has been surmounted. Applications, which can be completed in either English or Spanish, are now available online. ...

When Old News is Good News

We are a newspaper but sometimes we think the “olds” is more in demand than the news. During the past few months, as we have been revamping our website,...

Between the Lines

Maybe it’s the economy and some people, either unemployed or underemployed, have more time to read than ever before. Or maybe it’s the rise of 140-character Twitter postings and...

Letters to the Editor: Twelfth Night

YOUR REVIEW OF “Twelfth Night” (August 9) perpetuates the fraud that the Princeton Rep Shakespeare Festival is free. It is not.Their program states that it is the only free...

Between The Lines

When we read Michele Alperin’s profile of Mort Zachter, author of the memoir, “Dough,” about inheriting millions of dollars from his supposedly poverty-stricken uncles, we had a sense of...

A Website in the Works

As some of you may have guessed, we put out this newspaper with one hand, while we run the business that sustains the newspaper with the other hand. Which...

The Great Recession: When Did It Start?

Some day historians might want to put an exact starting date on the great recession of 2009. We at U.S. 1 can help narrow the range of possibilities. We...

Between The Lines

To the Editor:Week w/o ViolenceAs a community we have an opportunity to take a stand against violence by participating in the 12th Annual YWCA Week Without Violence, which begins...

Do You Know Where Your Archives Are?

It’s 10 p.m. Do you know where your archives are? For a while this week that was the working title of our cover story on DocuSafe, the secure storage...

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The Fall of Icarus

You don’t expect to find insights into our troubled times from the Flemish Old Masters. But on a recent trip to Brussels I found myself wandering into the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.