The following stories were originally published in the October 16, 2019, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
It was 1823 and a monster appeared in London — just as it will in Princeton as McCarter Theater presents the Lookingglass Theater’s production of “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein” through November 3.
Mary Shelley recalls in the introduction of the 1831 edition of her novel how the story came to her like a ghost in a dream.
Frankenstein provokes a lot of important questions, like: What happens when we play God? What drives the human impulse to create and destroy? To make and remake our world?
The company that owns Hooters and other burger restaurants was acquired by a Cranbury-based biopharama in an unusual reverse merger.
States are like light bulbs: Some use energy efficiently … and others not so much.
The New Jersey Lighthouse Challenge — set for Saturday and Sunday, October 19 and 20 — is an annual event marking its 20th year of mixing history and fundraising with a contest.
Chocked with twists, revelations, and conflicts, Jeffry Chastang’s “Dauphin Island,” at Trenton’s Passage Theatre through October 27, satisfies most by its view of ordinariness.
The 2019-’20 Princeton University Concerts season opened at Richardson Auditorium last week with the program “New World Spirit,” featuring works with a distinct American flavor, and mostly penned by American composers.
Arlee’s Raw Blends, Princeton’s premier provider of organic juices and foods, was born out of a personal passion for health and wellness.