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Walking Distance – Winter 2016

Walking Distance – Winter 2016

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SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW NEWARK? – Winter 2016

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THE FRIDAY NIGHT GALLERY CRAWL

OPEN DOORS CITYWIDE ARTS FESTIVAL THE FRIDAY NIGHT GALLERY CRAWL Photography by Isaac Crosson On October 21, Newark held its annual Gallery Crawl, bringing hundreds of collectors, critics and art-curious visitors to downtown on a wet and windy fall evening. ...

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NEVER TOO LATE

NEVER TOO LATE Get Started Now On Your Gifting Goals. By Richard Kalfayan With the end of the year in sight, those resolutions or bucket list items you swore you’d get to this year may start looming large. If giving ...

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It Happened in Newark – Winter 2016

It Happened in Newark – Winter 2016 DECEMBER 3 • Newark Academy announces that it will move its campus to suburban Livingston (1959). 9 • A Rutgers study reveals that Latinos replaced African Americans as the city’s fastest-growing population group ...

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Circumference – Winter 2016

Circumference Special 2016 Edition! By Ty Boatman By almost any measure, New Jerseyans are pretty damn smart. Most “Best Schools” polls published this year have us ranked in the top three in the nation, neck-and-neck-and-neck with Connecticut and Massachusetts. It ...

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LOOK BACK MOVE FORWARD

LOOK BACK MOVE FORWARD By Valerie Testa Almquist My roots are planted in well-nourished soil, watered with City Gin. My father, Isadore (right), who never feared anyone or anything, referred to Newark’s water as “city gin” because it was free, ...

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MAKING WAVES

MAKING WAVES The Bamberger legacy remains a powerful force in Newark and beyond. By Linda B. Forgosh Louis Bamberger, owner and operator of the great-glamorous department store that bore his name, died in his sleep March 11, 1944, at age ...

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JUST NOW DAWNING

JUST NOW DAWNING Photography by Luke Locurcio WHAT DOES ORGANIC FARMING look like in New Jersey? To be considered organic, a farm must raise its plants and animals without pesticides, chemical fertilizers or antibiotics. No genetically modified organisms can be ...

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SAVION GLOVER

SAVION GLOVER The city of Newark can rightfully lay claim to generations of top-flight entertainers. However, none have had quite the impact—both across the river on Broadway and back home in Brick City—as Savion Glover. As a dancer, choreographer and ...

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