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Why are So Many Historic Buildings in Newark Still Being Demolished?

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Demolitions in Newark’s historic districts are the new normal.
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Klang Klang Klang, Gone’s our Trolley: The Loss of Newark’s Transit Autonomy

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Public transit is the only effective means for Newarkers to get around our city, and at one time, it was a fast, efficient, and timely endeavor. So why has it become so lousy?
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Preservationists Fighting to Save Home of Freed Slave in Montclair

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A group of preservationists is trying to buy the former home of a freed slave that is for sale in Montclair.
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These City Hall Buildings Have an Important Place in New Jersey’s History

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These five city halls — ranging in styles from Neoclassical to Art Deco — made a statement about the importance of New Jersey when they were built.
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Newark’s Industrial Past is Vanishing, but the Dietze Building Gets New Life

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A Victorian-era brick factory in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark could be converted into a mixed-use building.
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Dinner, Drinks, and Ghost Hunting at The Beacon

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Spoiler alert: No ghosts were spotted during the events of this article, but it wouldn’t be hard to believe on All Hallows’ Eve!
Walter Kidde Monument

A Forgotten Belleville Relic Discovered, then Lost Again

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A stone slab commemorating Walter Kidde was found overgrown with moss and hidden between shipping containers. Months later, however, the monument seems to have disappeared.
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New Book Details Presidential Visits Throughout New Jersey’s History

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New Jersey presidential visits spanning from George Washington to Joe Biden are explored with a fresh perspective in this new book.
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If Walls Could Talk, They’d Shout ‘Off with the Vinyl!’

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Newark could have the prettiest neighborhoods in America… but only if we gave the humble rowhouses the same dignity as the greatest mansions on Ballantine Parkway.
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Paterson Millionaire Catholina Lambert Unknowingly Owned Painting by Da Vinci

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One of Paterson’s wealthiest residents unknowingly owned a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.

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