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SPECTRE: Here come the North American reviews

After press showings over the past several days, North American film critics are weighing in on SPECTRE.

The 24th James Bond film, as of Tuesday afternoon, has a… 777 more words

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Jesse Owens: the Film, the Man

It’s hard to believe, but there has never been a major film on Jesse Owens. Eighty years after Owens’ monumental achievements at the Berlin Summer Games in 1936, the film, … 359 more words

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Munchmobile poster

In 2008 I applied (with an artwork) to ride on the Newark Star-Ledger Munchmobile, a feature in which readers ride a van with a giant hot dog mounted on top and eat. 83 more words


New Jersey editorials call on Sen. Menendez to resign now

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The editorials calling for Sen. Robert Menendez to resign appeared not long after the Justice Department announced the New Jersey Democrat was charged with corruption. 245 more words


Why Is Prince Amukamara Playing So Well For the New York Giants? Sex, Sex and Lots More Sex!

Prince Amukamara plays cornerback for the New York Giants and this season he’s been playing really, really well.

His performances have been so good compared to last season, he looks a totally different player. 321 more words


The Pulitzer Prize winner, the faux journalist and the governor of the Garden State: Reflections on a short video investigation

By Matthew E. Milliken
April 14, 2014

The other day, I ruminated at length about the similarities between former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and current New Jersey Gov. 1,011 more words


Report: Rutgers AD Julie Hermann Says It'd Be 'Great' If Star-Ledger Folds

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann recently told a group of students it “would be great” if the Newark Star-Ledger is forced to close its shop, according to NJ.com. 337 more words