U.S. 1 Crashes a Party

Parties, galas, social events and more. Discover what the socialites of Princeton are up to and read about events and gatherings around town.

Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Leadership Awards

Editor's Note: For the full photo spread of the December 2 gala, see page 39 of the U.S. 1 December 9 print edition. Photos by Mark Czajkowski.The Princeton Regional...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Princeton University Art Museum Gala

I love the Princeton University Art Museum gala, not only because the guest list represents a veritable Who’s Who of Princeton’s social register — people who actually know how...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Lewis School Benefit

So many galas find guests with a drink in their hand and well, nothing to do except perfect the art of small talk.The Lewis School turned the typical cocktail...

Princeton Symphony Orchestra Gala

Editor's Note: Full picture spread on page 32 of U.S. 1 Newspaper.It was billed as “A Night in Old Vienna” but it was also an elegant success. The Princeton...

Palmer Square Fashion Show

At another sold-out Palmer Square Fashion Show emcee Robin Vitale (who is also senior director for advocacy at the American Heart Association) opened the show by encouraging attendees to...

NJTL’s 20th Anniversary Gala

After years on and off the court, Dave Haggerty’s love for tennis grew into more than a passion, but also a career and a new lifestyle. On Saturday,...

Morven in May

Editor's Note: See full picture spread on p. 31 of the May 13, 2015, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.Morven Museum & Garden in Princeton stepped out in style with...

Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s Gala

Princeton Symphony Orchestra celebrated its annual gala on April 13 at Jasna Polana.

Arts Council of Princeton’s Pinot to Picasso

If attendance at fundraisers is any indication that the economy is taking a teeny tiny step forward, then the Arts Council of Princeton’s Pinot to Picasso event, held at...

Arts Council Welcome Reception for Taneshia Nash Laird

When Taneshia Nash Laird was hired to replace outgoing executive director Jeff Nathanson, the Arts Council board noted that she brought “a unique blend of arts, economic development,...

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