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Weekly Photo Challenge: Heritage...

This week we are to share a photo of something that says “heritage” to us. My  daughter Deb and I have been deep into genealogy and tracing our roots.  162 more words

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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater 2017

Elegant, electrifying and marvelously athletic, this always dazzling company returns with programs that include some of its newest works as well as classics like Revelations, Alvin Ailey’s undisputed masterpiece – right here at… 118 more words

Newark, New Jersey Adventures...

Newark, New Jersey is where I was born and grew up.  As you can tell by the clock it’s a timeless city :) Last week my daughter Deb, our cousin Kris, our friend Dawn and I went off on our adventure… 628 more words

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Trains of 5 Railroads in 6 Hours

I went railfanning out at Bound Brook, New Jersey, last week. I took New Jersey Transit to get there.

At Bound Brook, the old Central of New Jersey and the old Lehigh Valley mainlines are about 50 feet apart. 175 more words

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WHAT WILL COME

NEWARK MUSEUM, 49 Washington St, Newark, NJ. (973) 596-6550

www.newarkmuseum.org.

Through May: NEW ACQUISITION: “WHAT WILL COME” (2007) VIDEO INSTALLATION BY WILLIAM KENTRIDGE. “ 112 more words

Newark’s 1st Whole Foods Opens For Business

Newark’s first Whole Foods supermarket is officially open for business.

The much-anticipated store – which many local residents and officials have called a symbol of growth and hope in the city’s downtown area – opened its doors Wednesday with a “bread breaking” ceremony at its new location at 633 Broad Street in the newly reborn Hahne Building.

FULL STORY vi Patch.com

Whole Foods Plants a Footprint in Revitalized, Downtown Newark

Remember Hayne and Company? Not the one in Montclair. The one on Broad Street in Newark. My evil mother used to drag me there shopping when I would rather have been flipping baseball cards in front of my house on Walnut Street in nearby Nutley. 87 more words