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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

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An Evening with Bill Maher

Spend an uproarious, provocative evening of Real Time with Emmy-winning comedian, author and political commentator Bill Maher.

NJPAC, Sunday, June 25th at 7:30

For well over two decades now, Bill Maher has masterfully combined stand-up comedy with political provocation, and helped to extend the boundaries of where funny, relevant talk can go on American television. 105 more words

Newark Museum is a living breathing gem. As the largest museum in the state of NJ and nestled in the vibrant historic city of Newark, this museum houses great works of art spanning centuries, civilizations, countries and cultures! 263 more words

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Davening in the rear galley of a 777

There are still so many stories bubbling up from our recent trip to Israel.  It was such an  incredible trip that I am still processing the many events.  1,247 more words

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The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey

Recently I visited the Newark Museum, a place I hadn’t been to since I was in high school  many years ago. 122 more words

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