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.

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Morven

The apple-shaped pool and poolhouse at Morven were built in 1941, during the period when Robert Wood Johnson lived there (1928 to 1944) and were designed by Alexander P....

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: Princeton Chamber Business Leadership Awards Gala

They say that behind every great man is a great woman. Bob Hillier doubled that. When Hillier took the podium at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Business Leadership...

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...

New Jersey Future

It’s hard to say which is longer, honoree Ingrid Reed’s list of civic achievements or the menu of passed hors d’oeuvres by one of the hottest caterers in Princeton...

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,...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Jewish Family and Children’s Service Gala

They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend. Well, if you were among the 376 guests attending the Diamond Jubilee of the Jewish Family and Children’s Service, you would...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Princeton Family YMCA Centennial Awards

The Princeton YMCA celebrated its Centennial Awards with an evening of food and good conversation in the Y’s gymnasium on October 25.

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Arm In Arm Fall Benefit

Arm In Arm, the Trenton-based nonprofit organization, raised more than $90,000 at its annual fall benefit in Princeton.

Princeton Communiversity

We didn’t find anyone decked out in black tie or little black party dress at Communiversity, but we still felt it was a pretty good party. With cars banned...

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