So much good stuff this week in U.S. 1.
Aside from the cover story, there is Richard K. Rein’s fascinating column on D-Day in Normandy.
A review of my new favorite restaurant in Hopewell (Basilico).
A primer for employees on tipping, as relates to a Princeton Regional Chamber breakfast this Wednesday.
And two intriguing revelations about celebrities with Princeton roots.
Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, is a trustee at Institute for Advanced Study and is donating millions for research on machine learning. (Win Straube will be pleased; he’s been touting online tutoring for forever.)
And when you see a Kushner name on a commercial real estate property in Princeton, you now know for sure what THAT Kushner has to do with THE Kushner, Jared. As here:
“The founder of Kushner Real Estate Group is Murray Kushner, and his son, Jonathan Kushner, serves as president. Murray is the estranged brother of the developer Charles Kushner whose son, Jared Kushner, is the son-in-law of President Trump.”
To meet the folks who put out this paper every week, come to the Summer Fiction reception, Wednesday, August 16, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Tre Piani restaurant in Princeton Forrestal Village. The free event begins with informal networking, accompanied by a cash bar and free hors d’oeuvres, with introductions of the poets and authors beginning at around 6 p.m.