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FAMILY MATTERS

FAMILY MATTERS Want your business to last? Make sure the next generation is ready to take over. By Richard Kalfayan Jr. Passing control in a family business can be fraught with all the challenges that families and businesses face separately. Indeed, ...

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Not In My Backyard

Not In My Backyard Dispatches from the front line of suburban deer control. By Sarah Rossbach When I first spied a graceful doe in our backyard, I was charmed and felt blessed as I watched it wander on our lawn ...

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LUNCH STATUS

LUNCH STATUS The midday meal in Newark is a GO. By Andy Clurfeld Photography by Daryl Stone Whoever said that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” doesn’t know the dynamics of lunch choices in Newark. Whoever thought ...

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So What Exactly Happened?

So What Exactly Happened? From the 250th celebration in 1916 to the 1967 uprising, the story of Newark was one of bad luck, poor decisions and a curious legacy. By Mark Stewart Newark in 2016 is a city poised to ...

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CLOSE COVER BEFORE STRIKING

It Happened In Newark photo credits: 1680, 1819, 1847, 1860, 1880, 1895, 1916 • Pierson Publishing • 1712, 1774, 1776, 1833, 1844, 1909 • Library of Congress • 1747 • Princeton University • 1761 • Harper’s Weekly • 1670, 1695, ...

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THE MORE THINGS CHANGE Newark Now & Then

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE Newark Now & Then As the city embarks upon a second Golden Age, reminders of its first are all around us. Newark’s iconic architecture has stood the test of time—a tribute to the vision of its ...

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La Casa de Don Pedro Celebrates Preschool at NJPAC

On April 27th, the Chase Room at NJPAC was transformed into a Who’s Who of education leaders, supporters and advocates. La Casa de Don Pedro’s annual La Casa es Su Casa celebration showcased “The Early Childhood Education Journey” and honored ...

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The Greening of Newark

The Greening of Newark Visionary urban farming and landscaping initiatives are transforming Brick City By Martta Kelly All photos courtesy of the Greater Newark Conservancy   Ever since it was founded in 1987, as an outgrowth of Rutgers University’s Cooperative ...

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It Happened in Newark – Summer 2016

1666 Newark becomes the third European settlement in New Jersey 1668 Newark and neighboring Elizabethtown define their boundary line 1670 Newark’s first hotel opens on Broad Street 1676 A law is passed prohibiting the removal of shade trees 1680 The ...

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