FOOD & DRINK
Newark's Finest: 6 Unmissable Seafood Dining Experiences
This article presents a curated list of six exceptional seafood restaurants in Newark. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
You have a high IQ if you can spot the two birds disguised in the city scene in under 20 seconds
ALTHOUGH New York City could be seen as the opposite of a natural environment, many wild animals still call the five boroughs home. That includes the two birds hidden in this urban cityscape optical illusion. The image shows a picturesque dogwood tree in bloom on the corner of 120th Street...
These newark, NJ based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to newark..
The ‘Rat Daddy’ Took Us on a Tour of New York’s Worst Rat Infestations
NEW YORK —As I crouched on the ground outside a construction site at midnight in Midtown Manhattan, filming overweight rats darting in and out of piles of trash as passersby looked on with mild curiosity—or outright disdain–I wondered how the hell it had come to this. How had I signed up to spend a weeknight seeking out New York’s (arguably) grossest residents?
Wild videos show flooded LaGuardia Airport terminal, travelers attempting to flee ankle-deep waters
Travelers trying to flee New York on budget airlines out of LaGuardia Airport were faced with ankle-deep water Friday morning amid widespread flooding. The airport was forced to close its Terminal A — from where flights on Spirit and Frontier airlines depart — as the floodwaters barreled through the building. Photos and videos posted online showed the terminal covered in water as frantic passengers tried to flee. One woman even shared footage from inside one of the terminals, showing her TikTok followers the water creeping up over her boots and seeping through the building’s revolving doors. “NEVER FLYING FROM LAGUARDIA AGAIN.” she wrote on...
Seeing fewer lanternflies this year? This beekeeper may know the reason why
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Has the spotted lanternfly met its match?. The invasive species from China, first discovered in the U.S. in Pennsylvania in 2014, has been swarming Staten Islanders since 2021. They were a particular nuisance last year, with Biblical plagues of the hard-to-squash pests spoiling barbecues, walks...
Headstone created to mark jazz singer’s unmarked grave
LINDEN, NJ — Helen Carr was a jazz singer who was active during the 1940s and 1950s. She recorded with famous jazz musicians such as Charlie Barnet, Stan Kenton, Buddy Morrow and Charles Mingus, to name just a few. Carr recorded two albums for the Bethlehem Records label in the 1950s, “Down in the Depths of the 90th Floor” and “Why Do I Love You,” which are still in print and available on compact disc or through streaming.
This New Jersey pizzeria was named one of the best in the world
Whenever I hear that a New Jersey pizzeria received a national (or, in this case, international) accolade, I immediately think it’s going to be Razza Pizza Artiginale in Jersey City. This time is no different. This honor comes from 50 Top Pizza, an Italian guide to all things pizza,...
Exes Locked in Custody Battle—Over Pomeranian Named Teddy
A New York City man has filed a $50,000 lawsuit against his ex-girlfriend, alleging she reneged on their agreement to share custody of their Pomeranian. According to the New York Post, James Alexander contends that he and Monica Lakhaney committed to having 10-pound Teddy spend alternating months at each one’s home. But Lakhaney then decided to move to New Jersey and take the fluffball with her, the suit alleges. “A member of my client’s family was taken away from him, unilaterally,” Alexander’s lawyer, Victor Feraru said.Read it at New York PostRead more at The Daily Beast.