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The following stories were originally published in the April 14, 2021, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
Blue Bears plans for its second anniversary; Mercer County plans for primary voting June 8.
Networking gatherings and advice for business owners, job hunters, and more.
Ford Graham faces eight new fraud-related charges; Rider announces a new program targeting job placement; Williams-Sonoma takes South Brunswick space; and I Am Trenton announces grant recipients.
When my children were much younger, I sometimes burst into tears realizing that one day they would not be permanently around me anymore. Now I realize children need to leave the nest when they are ready.
The new documentary film “The High Frontier: The Untold Story of Gerard K. O’Neill” digitally premiering on Saturday, April 17, tells the story of a prominent Princeton-area visionary, the opening a new era of human exploration, and a legacy with roots in the region.
April will be a revealing month regarding the American-born English poet and Nobel Laureate T. S. Eliot and his relationship with his lifelong friend and muse, Emily Hale.
“I believe we have now reached the point where we can, if we so choose, build new habitats far more comfortable, productive and attractive than is most of Earth,” O’Neill wrote in his 1974 Physics Today article outlining his vision for life in space.
‘The High Frontier,’ Dyson wrote, ‘established O’Neill as spokesman for the people in many countries who believe that the settlement of space can bring tremendous benefits to humanity.’