Brendan T. Byrne
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He’s a state forest now instead of a sports arena, but one thing hasn’t changed: his high standing in the polls. During his years in Trenton (he was elected in 1973 and reelected in 1977), the sports complex in the Meadowlands became reality, residents were hit with an income tax, and gambling was legalized in Atlantic City.
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Chef Andre de Waal, who closed Andre's in Newton last spring after a 16-year run, tells us he will reopen his fine dining restaurant in Sparta by spring 2015.
Talk about racking up bragging rights. New Brunswick’s Stage Left Restaurant is giving 20 lucky (and presumably well-heeled) whisky aficionados the opportunity to hand over $1,800 for a single, one-ounce shot of a rare 50-year-old Scotch.
...to the reception for my solo show, my first in nine years and biggest yet—45 pictures, strong work, much of it recent. Come for the photographs, stay for the Schnackenberg doughnuts. The best!
At the newly-opened Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen in Morristown, I was handed a cocktail called a Cannon Ball Shrub, named for the restaurant's spirited owner, Chris Cannon. Made with gin, the drink had pungency, fruity sweetness and a tingle from a splash of sparkling wine.
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