‘I Hate Hamlet” has one primary purpose, to entertain. It’s out for laughs and earns them via intelligence, sarcasm, and wit.
In reviewing IRS forms don’t make the erroneous assumption that charities that spend the least on fundraising and administration are the best because they will have more funds for programs.
Mike Wiley discusses how the NJ Health Foundation and its venture capital group make investments in the interest of the public good.
It’s little wonder that an entire discipline of leadership training has evolved around the concept of “change management”: the methods an organization can use to deal with change in a systematic way.
Paid sick leave for all employees is no longer just a good idea, it’s now the law of the land in New Jersey.
On October 12 the Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) hosted our celebration of our 110th anniversary.
The Arts Council of Princeton’s annual Sauce for the Goose holiday market, set for November 30 through December 2, is still looking for artists and crafters.
Rita Ludlum, 94, on November 4. She was an active member of the League of Women Voters for more than 50 years.
The following stories were originally published in the November 7, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper.
The Celebrate Princeton Innovation event offers entrepreneurial-minded readers a chance to meet university researchers, including many of the ones featured in this issue of U.S. 1, Thursday, November 8.