Akiva Weinstein

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    HIGHLAND PARK, NJ—Bernie Sanders, the US Senator and former Congressman of Vermont, is running for Democratic Party's nomination for US President in the 2016 election.

    Sanders is running as a member of the Democratic party and identifies himself as a social democrat.

    After the first major test of the campaign, the Iowa caucuses, Sanders is neck-and-neck with his only remaining opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ— On November 9, the United States Department of the Interior auctioned off two offshore areas located off the coast of southern New Jersey for sustainable energy purposes.

    The said space, some seven nautical miles offshore from Atlantic City, is part of a large project to promote sustainable green energy by U.S. President Barack Obama specifically targeted to "save the health of American families," and boosting the American economy.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On September 30, along with U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker, New Brunswick Congressman's Frank Pallone wrote a letter to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie concering an upcoming auction of ocean space off the New Jersey coast.

    The 343,833 acres of ocean is located off the coast of southern New Jersey and is being put up to auction by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) on November 9.

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    NORTH BRUNSWICK,NJ--A troupe of 23 actors has adapted Shakespeare's classic play, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and on July 25, will be putting on their final show.

    "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is the first show produced by ReThink Theatrical, an independant theater company started by Thomas Young and Stephany Van Huss.

    The play cost literally nothing to produce, according to the directors, and tickets are also free to the general public.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—It can be hard in a city, even for longtime residents, to discern where to find healthy alternatives to fast food, processed food, and other unhealthy options.

    The last few years has seen the emergence of a new mindset promoting healthier modes of eating, and New Brunswick is no exception.

    Located just off of Route 1, the Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market is held every Friday between 11am-5pm from May through November.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ--A new Johnson & Johnson musuem is scheduled to open late 2016, set to coincide with the company's 130th year aniversary in the Hub City,

    The musuem will hold the artifacts that helped create the Johnson & Johnson company, perhaps most famous for BAND-AID brand bandages, as well as show the history of the characters who helped form the company.

    A large banner on display at the company's worldwide headquarters reads "The New Johnson & Johnson Museum!"

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On May 29 and 30, the Crossroads Theater Company is hosting their annual Genesis Festival which has been running since the late 80’s.

    At the event, a wine and cheese reception will be served after the readings of two new plays.

    These two plays, like all performances at the Crossroads theater company will help progress the theater’s mission, and will help keep the theater unique in its design.