Rahway Restaurants, a Foodie’s Delight

Story by:   Amy Garcia Phillips  Even during a pandemic, Rahway’s restaurant scene is still a foodie’s favorite. The Rahway Arts + Business Partnership encourages you to bring your appetite and enjoy Support Rahway Restaurants Week from January 18-22. This year’s Restaurant Week looks a little different — there aren’t the same
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Wow! They are from Rahway?!

December 13, 2020  Story by:   Amy Garcia Phillips  “And for our next honoree that makes you say, ‘Wow! They’re from Rahway?’…” explained  Patricia Volino-Reinoso, Principal of Madison School and a founding member of the Rahway’s Own program, “…Tomi Jenkins! From the musical group Cameo!”  The annual Rahway’s Own celebration
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Rahway’s Own 2019 – Recognizing the Hero In All

Story by: Rob Kinch Photo by: David Brighouse        “It’s doing the little things that makes you a success,” offers retired RHS Social Studies teacher John Odin. “Be a part of something bigger, leave the world a better place, and you will earn the title of hero.”  Mr. Odin’s
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Culture Crawl 2019: Artists, Musicians, Magicians and More

This Year’s Culture Crawl was one you did not want to miss! As you strolled about on this gorgeous September day, there was something for everyone at this arts and music festival! Artists, dancers, impersonators, musicians, magicians and more, tantalized festival goers with their talents!  The Queer Space, sponsored by
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Rahway’s Art Scene is Taking Flight

Wings have been popping up all over downtown Rahway, including a new Yarn Art exhibit on East Cherry Street created by artist, Linda Grant. Grant has created several pieces for Rahway beginning in 2017 with large-scope projects adorning City Hall Plaza and The Train Station Plaza. In 2018, on the
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