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Check out First Friday on March 6

Don’t forget to reach deep down into your artsy, hipster heart, and attend First Friday downtown, if you’re the sort that enjoys drinking wine, rambling about, looking at some art, and listening to free music.


Judge tells Revel’s advisers to seek higher bid

Advisers to the shuttered Revel in Atlantic City have failed to get approval for an agreement to sell the hotel for $82 million and were told by a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge to look for a better price.

Nation and World


EDITORIAL: Judge must order DA to release records

Government officials do not have the discretion to decide which documents are public records and which ones are confidential. They cannot reject a request for public records based on what they think the documents might be used for. They cannot set a cap on the number of records requests a party can submit. They do not have the latitude to reject some records requests because they complied with others. And they certainly can’t tell news organizations whether to report on government documents or when they must stop reporting on those public records.