Sunday, April 18, 2021

New In 1994: Faxes & Women In Business. Which Is Still Around?

Back in 1994, if you had asked us to predict which part of our publishing operation would not be around in the year 2011, we might have guessed our...

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...

Back To The Dinky

This isn’t the first time that U.S. 1 has covered Princeton University’s proposal for its new arts neighborhood in the vicinity of Alexander Road and University Place. For several...

Between the Lines

It appears that two stories in last week’s issue — Marvin Harold Cheiten’s Interchange piece on the brazen habits of cell phone users and Elaine Strauss’s preview of Boheme...

Remembrances of Lahiere’s Restaurant

Last week in our business pages we reported that Lahiere’s, the venerable Witherspoon Street restaurant, would close its doors on Saturday, November 13. In the Preview section of this...

To The Editor

#b#Transit Riders Need a Break#/b#New Jersey Future understands the gravity of the state’s current budget crisis, and we recognize that hard choices are necessary. We believe, however, that placing...

Letter to the Editor: Grateful Reveler

Thank you for the lovely invitation to U.S. 1’s 25th anniversary gathering last week. The people I met were warm, engaging, and interesting professionals from many industries. I may...

To the Editor

Last week’s issue generated lots of comments — some based on a cover story we expected to cause some reaction; others concerning a small item tucked away in the...

Family Leave Law Applauded

It’s only the middle of July but some folks are already talking about the middle of summer. The Princeton Chamber held its “midsummer madness” marketing event this week. And...

Help for Seniors

New Jersey has the second oldest population in the country. They need help. They need care. And the people who care for them need help too.Currently, there are 1,750,000...

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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.