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Blaze Comes to Newark with long line as Friday’s Officially open

23. November 2015

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Blaze Pizza Officially opens on Friday with offering free pizzas to the first Newark patrons.  The establishment has been a fast growing franchise in California and growing throughout the country.   What makes its unique?  Blaze is a modern day “pizza joint”, serving up artisanal pizzas that are both fast and affordable. When you enter […]

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It’s still not to late to attend TONIGHTS “Taste of the City” @ NJPAC on behalf of Link Community Charter School

18. November 2015

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Link Community Charter School this evening will present it 18th “Taste of the City” fund raiser this evening at NJPAC.  The school originally formed as a private school founded by Nuns in Newark, has been serving the Newark community for nearly 50 years. The fund raiser objective is the support the school that traditionally received […]

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West Indies Food Trini “Roti” Taste Test

11. September 2015

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Trini Taste Test West Indian roti pack the intense flavors of New Jersey’s Trinidadian cuisine. EthnicNJ tried six versions from popular local Trini spots to find a favorite. Curry Chicken on the bone, almost 3 pounds! I first tasted roti at Caribbean Cuisine in South Orange. The restaurant has since closed (the building on First […]

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Cinnamon Sugar Bakery Open’s in Space initially occupied by Rita Ice

9. September 2015

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Yesterday the City of Newark and Newark CEDC participated in the opening and ribbon cutting of a new Bakery on Market Steet near the Prudential Areana.  The new bakery name is, the Cinnamon Sugar Bakery, will occupy 750 square feet of retail space at 191 Market Street in Newark’s downtown district. Antonio DaSilva, the owner is plans to […]

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This weekend its All About Brazilian Week

4. September 2015

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This week end its is about the Green, Gold and Blue.  This years marks the 30th anniversary. The festivities started last Saturday August 30th, but the big events are this weekend. With the Big Blow-out party in both cities, New York, and Newark, scheduled for September 5th and 6th.  This celebration of the Brazilian Culture […]

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Jimmy Johns Is now Officially

3. September 2015

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The new sandwich shop Jimmy John is now officially open for business. Several months after its soft opening (The shop began service the week after the new Prudential building opened ), the  to a slew of hungry Newarkers waiting to try out the restaurant’s famously-fast sandwiches.  Located on 95 Halsey Street, between Warren and Linden Streets.  The […]

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Cinco De Mayo Newark Style

5. May 2015

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Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for “fifth of May”) is a celebration held on May 5. It is celebrated in the United States and in Mexico, primarily in the state of Puebla, where the holiday is called El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (English: The Day of the Battle of Puebla). Mexican Americans also often […]

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National Wear Red Day (Warms your Heart)

6. February 2015

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Today is National Wear Red Day, February 6, 2015. The American Heart Association, promotes Wear Red to bring attention to the growing amount of women being killed by heart disease.  There’s a lot of talk about inequality between men and women, but one area in particular where women are leading in record numbers: heart disease. […]

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All Aboard!! US begains to lower restrictions on Cuba today

16. January 2015

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  Starting (Today) Friday, U.S. companies will be able to export mobile phones, televisions, memory devices, recording devices, computers and software to a country with notoriously poor Internet and telecommunications infrastructure. Internet-based communications will fall under a general license. The new rules “immediately enable the American people to provide more resources to empower the Cuban […]

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Its Turkey Time, Whats better Fresh or Frozen???

25. November 2014

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        With Thanksgiving coming up in just a couple of days, grocery stores are stocked up right now. The number of choices we have when it comes to turkeys can be a bit daunting, and so can the variety of methods for cooking them. So we at Glocally went in search of answers to a […]

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