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The company started in founder John F. Dryden’s basement in 1875, selling burial insurance as the Prudential Friendly Society. Today its headquarters are still on Broad Street in Newark. Prudential Financial has about $616 billion in assets, and not only does its building stand as Newark’s structural icon, the new arena will be called the Prudential Center.
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Rosie dishes about delectable things to do, including the Cru Meets Brew event presented by the Montclair Food & Wine Festival and Amanti Vino.
The Junior Knights Dance Team of Rutgers University makes history this weekend as the first junior dance team performing at a college level in the country. They make their debut at halftime of the Rutgers-Tulane game this Saturday.
Woody Allen, in his stand-up comedy days, used to joke, "My parents believed equally in God and carpeting." Laura Silver's parents also had strong values. “Knishes were my family’s religion," she says. "For knishes, we went on pilgrimages." Now she's coming to Paramus to talk about her favorite subject.
Blowout Salon in Morristown will host a Fashion for Hope fundraiser this week to benefit the non-profit Justice and Soul Foundation. Proceeds will help young survivors of sex trafficking in the foundation’s vocation training program in Cambodia...