With a major redevelopment project proposed in downtown West Orange, which could even include a movie studio, perhaps it’s time to give another thought to restoring the Orange Branch, not as a passenger line, but as an extension of the Newark subway.
Bare walls of granite, concrete, and opaque glass shout “nothing to see”. These buildings insult our city’s inhabitants but are a comfort to commuters. They are fortresses to suburbia’s denial that the route of their wealth was built on sidewalks that are now lifeless.
The progressivism that West Orange engages in is tokenism.
The placement of the monument seems to embody a spirit of revenge, rather than reparation.
We have now been in quarantine for two months - two months that many people have been unemployed and unable to pay their rent and/or mortgages. With no federal assistance in sight, here's how landlords and tenants can work together to ease the burden.
Geographically, Jersey City made more sense. However, for reasons you might not think, Manhattan eventually beat Jersey City to the title.
Longtime residents take aim at the media's increasing desire to say Newark is experiencing a renaissance. It's more complicated than that.
On Wednesday, Whole Foods officially announced their plans to open up shop in Jersey City. This is great news, but we do have a few questions about the proposal.