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Newark Liberty International Airport

  • Blogs

    January 16, 2012

    Food Trend Prediction: The Giant Cupcake

    A few weeks ago, Katharine Shilcutt issued predictions for 2012 Houston food trends. Commenters wrote in with their own suggestions, including one from Stacy Zane: I was just in NY and saw that Doughnut Plant. But something else I saw was Baked by Melissa - quarter-sized cupcakes! I know the last ... More >>

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    March 11, 2011

    Happy Hour Hurricanes and Crawfish Bites at Ragin Cajun

    ​Going to Ragin Cajun on Ash Wednesday was simultaneously the best and worst decision I made this week. Although I expected the restaurant to be busy, I didn't anticipate standing in line for almost 35 minutes to get a tasty but overpriced plate of fried seafood. But I also didn't expect th ... More >>

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    February 25, 2011

    Southwest Prepares to Fly to Newark: Five Tips

    New Jersey: Enter at your own risk​Southwest Airlines is busy with the final preparations for their new service into Newark Liberty Airport. As a native of the Garden State -- one who grew up only a few miles from Newark Airport -- we're here to help. Five tips for the airline: 5. Offer a s ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 15, 2010

    Southwest Airlines Is Headed To Newark, Baby

    You are free to move around Sopranos-land​Houstonians, your low-fare dreams have come true -- Southwest is about to start non-stop flights to Newark. Yes, as in New Jersey. It may be on the other side of the Hudson, but getting into the city from Newark can be -- not always, but it can be -- ... More >>

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    August 13, 2009

    One Of The Pilots Continental Is Suing Says He Saved One Of their Planes From Crashing

    ​Remember those Continental pilots who were fired and sued by their airline for allegedly arranging "sham" divorces in order to get their mitts on fat pensions a whole lot earlier than Continental's policy allows?Well, it turns out one of those former pilots was a bona-fide hero. Or at least that' ... More >>

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