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New York, New Jersey promise 2026 World Cup spectacle equal to 'eight Super Bowls'

New York and New Jersey stepped up their bid to host the final of the 2026 World Cup by promising a spectacle on par with "eight Super Bowls" at a launch event on Thursday for the tournament, which will be co-hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada.FIFA president Gianni Infantino gave no indication as to which of the host cities across the three countries would stage the finale when the venues were announc...

New York and New Jersey stepped up their bid to host the final of the 2026 World Cup by promising a spectacle on par with "eight Super Bowls" at a launch event on Thursday for the tournament, which will be co-hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino gave no indication as to which of the host cities across the three countries would stage the finale when the venues were announced last year.

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The neighboring states, which will welcome fans at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey -- face stiff competition from Los Angeles, whose $5.5 billion indoor-outdoor SoFi Stadium in Inglewood has more of a razzmatazz appeal.

"We want to host the final. There is no better place to host the final than at MetLife Stadium," said retired NFL great Michael Strahan, who made his name with the New York Giants but has now fallen in love with soccer.

"This is football, OK? That thing I did is guys running around in tight pants running into each other."

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, who was joined at the Times Square launch by New York Mayor Eric Adams, promised a spectacle beyond what the region has ever seen before.

The venue, then known as Giants Stadium, hosted seven World Cup matches in 1994 and four during the 1999 Women's World Cup.

"We think we're going to get at least eight games -- that's eight Super Bowls," said Murphy.

"Every single ticket will be sold out, I guarantee you. No matter who's playing."

The launch event was among several in host cities across the continent on Thursday, a day after Los Angeles launched the "WE ARE 26" campaign to promote the tournament.

Infantino declined to be drawn into whether the fact that Los Angeles was hosting the brand launch meant that it would host the 2026 World Cup final.

"Of course Los Angeles is an important city, is one of the 16 [host] cities," he said.

"But, obviously, it is a hub. It is an entry hub in America. It is the city where the final of the last World Cup in United States was played as well. We don't know yet where the final of this World Cup will be played. This is still up for grabs, so to say. So please send us your offers and make sure that we beef up the proposals, but Los Angeles will be one of the important cities of this World Cup, definitely."

CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani added that they would "probably have an announcement later on in the year" regarding the location of the final.

Holiday Markets + Pop-Ups in New Jersey for the 2023 Season

With November well underway, the holiday season is slowly making its way right here in the North Jersey area. Decorations are being put up and the weather is beginning to get cooler. There is nothing like celebrating the holidays locally — many bars and locales are beginning to prepare for the festivities. To curate your holiday bucket list, here’s a list of North Jersey holiday pop-up markets and bars hap...

With November well underway, the holiday season is slowly making its way right here in the North Jersey area. Decorations are being put up and the weather is beginning to get cooler. There is nothing like celebrating the holidays locally — many bars and locales are beginning to prepare for the festivities. To curate your holiday bucket list, here’s a list of North Jersey holiday pop-up markets and bars happening for the 2023 holiday season.

Disclaimer: These events are included as an editorial resource and The Montclair Girl is not affiliated with any of these events. For the most accurate and up-to-date information, including cancellations due to inclement weather, contact the host directly.

Want us to include another North Jersey holiday pop-up market? Send us a note at [email protected].

November 9th – January 1st

Franklin Social is going all out for the holidays, transforming into Miracle on Mercer. To celebrate the festivities, there will be a cocktail Christmas experience for holiday enthusiasts to enjoy. There will be several holiday-themed drinks to taste while savoring the holiday spirit. The experience will last for about two months, so there’s plenty of time to make your reservation. Guests can make a reservation by clicking here.

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November 10th – January 1st

Cowan’s Public is a neighborhood pub in Nutley that is known for its selection of draft beers, craft cocktails, and classic American fare. Just in time for the holidays, Cowan’s Public will be turning into a Christmas wonderland. Miracle on Centre will be a Christmas cocktail bar. In years past, drinks were served in festive cups and the pub was decked out in holiday decor. Guests can expect the pop-up experience to be similar this year. Reservations can be made here.

November 14th – January 1st

The Parkside Social is another local bar and restaurant that will also be turned into a holiday cocktail-themed experience. Come dressed in festive wear while you sip on the selection of cocktails that will be available. To participate, reservations are needed and can be made here.

November 16th – January 1st

Starting in mid-November, Gus’ Last Word welcomes everyone to join a festive drink experience. In years past, one drink that has been served is the Jingle Balls Nog, which is made of cognac, cream sherry, almond milk, cream, egg, and nutmeg. As well as, On Dasher, a drink made with ingredients like gin, vanilla liqueur, marshmallow, cardamom, black pepper, lemon, cream, egg, and soda. Reservations can be made here and for parties larger than six, guests should call Gus’ Last Word at (973)-939-5608.

November 20th – January 1st

Christmas will be celebrated in a tropical-themed setting at The Vanguard in Harrison. This pop-up is decked with festive decor and added tropical island elements while sipping on different cocktail selections. You can also expect to jam along to some live music performances as it is one of the highlights of The Vanguard. Guests can click here to book a reservation.

Starts November 21st

The annual Sleighs and Leis is making its comeback in mid-November. This Christmas pop-up will set up shop at Cellar 335 just like in years past. It is a unique Christmas experience that is described as a “modern tiki cocktail lounge” with Asian-inspired dishes. You will feel like you’re in a Christmas wonderland with the different ornaments and decorations plastered all over Cellar 335. Reservations can be made here once the opening date comes.

TBD

This event will be hosted by The Barrow House in Clifton. Reservations can be made through Resy here. There is yet to be more information released by the restaurant, but guests can be sure to expect a Christmas element behind it.

December 3rd | 11AM- 4PM

Back for its 2023 season, the GRHS/MS Home + School Association will host its Glen Ridge Holiday Market. It will be held in the gymnasium area of Glen Ridge High School. This market will feature items from different vendors which visitors will have the chance to shop from. Some of the participating vendors are Storytime Kids, Acorn Hill Studio, The Giraffe’s Heart, and Rita Presto Designs. Learn more here.

December 3rd – December 17th | Sundays, 11AM – 4PM

Main Street Pops will be hosting a holiday-themed market event for three December weekends in a row. There will be an opportunity to shop from artisan vendors. Visitors can shop for items ranging from fashion, accessories, jewelry, artisanal foods, art, bath + body, and other products. Other holiday activities that will be featured are pet photo opportunities, a dance party, carousel rides, and a holiday concert. Learn more here.

December 3rd | 2PM – 7PM

Get a glimpse of the North Pole with this pop-up event. There will be appearances made by Santa and his elves. Little ones will have the chance to get free toys while supplies last. For your holiday content, professional photographers will be on the spot to snap photos. Other activities include a permanent jewelry station, food, desserts, and more. Details about the event can be found here.

December 9th | 12PM

To help children in need, the New Jersey community is welcome to attend this free event to spread holiday cheer. There will be different vendors showcasing their business ranging from crafts, treats, and other items. Santa will be making a special appearance in this holiday event. A DJ will be playing music while other activities go on like a gift-wrapping station and kid activities. Click here to learn about this event.

December 9th | 1PM – 6PM

Plenty of local vendors will be on hand to help on the quest for the perfect gift. There will be fashion items, holiday-themed treats, and other festive-related activities yet to be announced. There is no entry fee required and to learn more about this event, click here.

December 9th – 10th, December 16th – 17th | 12PM – 6PM

This market highlights the handcrafted creations made by local artists and businesses. It will be a free event that will have music and food to enjoy while shopping for the holidays in a local space. On December 7th, there will be a Christmas tree and menorah lighting event. Community members will come together to ring in the start of the holiday season while sipping on hot chocolate, munching on cookies, and getting a gift from Santa. This event is free and more information can be found here.

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December 15th | 4PM – 7PM

The Montclair community will be able to take a look at seven homes that will be festively decorated for the holidays. Refreshments will be served. Montclair High School’s Passing Notes Acapella Group will be performing at two of the homes. All proceeds made from the event will benefit MHS’s Project Graduation Class of 2024. Learn more here.

December 17th | 10AM – 4PM

Visitors can come and shop for handmade items created by local makers. There will be several tables set up with items ranging from jewelry, clothing, and others. If you’re a maker, there is a sign-up form here to be able to participate. Learn more about this event here.

Bernie Taupin will sign new memoir at Books & Greetings in Northvale

Bernie Taupin, best known as Elton John’s longtime songwriting partner, will sign copies of his new memoir, “Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton & Me” (Hachette, 416 pp., $32.50), Sept. 13 at the Books & Greetings bookstore in Northvale (Bergen County).For information, visit booksandgreetings.com.Accor...

Bernie Taupin, best known as Elton John’s longtime songwriting partner, will sign copies of his new memoir, “Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton & Me” (Hachette, 416 pp., $32.50), Sept. 13 at the Books & Greetings bookstore in Northvale (Bergen County).

For information, visit booksandgreetings.com.

According to promotional material for the book, which is scheduled to be published on Sept. 12:

From his childhood in the East Midlands of England whose imagination was sparked and forever informed by the distinctly American mythopoetics of country music and cowboy culture, to the glittering, star-studded fishbowl of ’70s and ’80s Beverly Hills, “Scattershot” is simultaneously a “Tom Jones”-like picaresque journey across a landscape of unforgettable characters, as well as a striking, first-hand account of a creative era like no other and one man’s experience at the core of it.

Taupin writes about encounters with famous musicians (John Lennon, Bob Marley, Frank Sinatra) and famous non-musicians (Graham Greene, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí). According to the promotional material, the cast of characters includes “scores of notable misfits, miscreants, eccentrics, and geniuses, known and unknown. Even if they’re not famous in their own right, they are stars on the page, and we discover how they inspired the indelible lyrics to songs such as ‘Tiny Dancer,’ ‘Candle in the Wind,’ ‘Bennie and The Jets,’ and so many more.”

In a promotional blurb for the book, Elton John raved, “This is the most glorious of books. I am besotted by the life I never knew he had.” And Pete Townshend said every page of the book “is a delight, a joy, a name-dropper fan’s delight. Divine. I couldn’t put it down.”

In addition to writing songs with Elton John, Taupin has written lyrics for songs recorded by artists such as Rod Stewart, Alice Cooper, Ringo Starr and Marianne Faithfull; recorded as a solo artist and a member of the band Farm Dogs; published a book of poetry; and displayed his visual art.

Visit scattershotbook.com for a list of all of Taupin’s United States book signings.

Boston Market can reopen these NJ stores after returning unpaid wages to 314 workers

New Jersey officials have lifted a stop-work order for 27 Boston Market locations in the state after they were told to shut down last month over unpaid wages.The state Labor Department last month cited the fast-food chain for $2.5 million in unpaid wages, damages, fees and penalties, and ordered the stores to shut down.On Thursday, the ...

New Jersey officials have lifted a stop-work order for 27 Boston Market locations in the state after they were told to shut down last month over unpaid wages.

The state Labor Department last month cited the fast-food chain for $2.5 million in unpaid wages, damages, fees and penalties, and ordered the stores to shut down.

On Thursday, the state said it would allow the locations to reopen, after recouping more than $630,000 in back pay for 314 workers. Labor Department spokesperson Thomas Wright declined to say what had happened to the rest of the damages cited last month but added that the investigation was "ongoing."

“We’re glad this investigation resulted in every dollar making it into the pockets of those who earned the money," state Labor Commissioner Robert Asaro-Angelo said in a statement Thursday. “Hopefully this action puts other bad actors on notice: ‘if you don't pay your workers, we will shut you down.’"

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Boston Markets reopen in NJ

Boston Market CEO Jignesh "Jay" Pandya, wh purchased the chain in 2020, confirmed that the New Jersey stores had reopened, according to industry news site Restaurant Business.

Stop-work orders are initiated by the state Labor Department to “halt work being performed in a manner that exploits workers, or is otherwise noncompliant with state laws and regulations," Labor officials previously said.

Officials first received a complaint in November 2022 from a Boston Market worker in Hamilton Township, whom the Thursday press release did not identify. Since then, there have been nearly three dozen additional complaints, the state said.

A slew of lawsuits

According to Nation’s Restaurant News, Boston Market faces a slew of lawsuits from unpaid vendors and ex-employees. Many current and former executives the outlet interviewed have questioned the chain’s ability to survive since it was bought by Pandya's Rohan Group in 2020.

The New Jersey shutdown came after the chain closed locations in Central and South Jersey. Boston Market was earlier evicted from Howell and Toms River locations for failure to pay rent.

The company faces an $11 million suit by food distributor U.S Foods over unpaid bills, according to another industry news site, Restaurant Dive.

Between 2007 and 2013, Boston Market closed 630 of its 1,000 locations without opening a single store, according to the outlet.

Morris County employee repaid

The Labor Department statement said one of the Boston Market employees to raise concerns was Cathy Grimes, who managed 12 workers at a restaurant in East Hanover in Morris County. All went without paychecks, despite "dutifully" going to work every day, the department said.

Grimes praised the state's efforts: "We got all the wages — between us about $15,000. The owner really took notice when the Department of Labor got involved,” she said in the statement.

Which locations were shut down

The locations where the stop-work orders were issued were as followed:

Daniel Munoz covers business, consumer affairs, labor and the economy for NorthJersey.com and The Record.

Veterans Day 2023 Freebies And Deals In NJ

NEW JERSEY — As has become traditional on Veterans Day, several New Jersey restaurants are offering free deals and discounts to veterans and members of the military.Veterans Day is always Nov. 11, which falls on a Saturday this year. Some of the deals start before or extend beyond the actual holiday.Replacing the former Armistice Day, which commemorated the end of World War I, Veterans Day became an official holid...

NEW JERSEY — As has become traditional on Veterans Day, several New Jersey restaurants are offering free deals and discounts to veterans and members of the military.

Veterans Day is always Nov. 11, which falls on a Saturday this year. Some of the deals start before or extend beyond the actual holiday.

Replacing the former Armistice Day, which commemorated the end of World War I, Veterans Day became an official holiday in 1954 to thank and honor all of those who have served honorably in the military, whether in wartime or peacetime.

In most cases, the deals are extended beyond veterans to active members of the military and to their spouses and families in some cases. Most require some type of proof of military service, such as a military ID card or a Veterans Administration benefits card.

As curated from Military.com, a news and resource website for members of the military and veterans, deals in New Jersey include:

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza: Veterans and active-duty military get a free 12-inch pizza on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Applebee’s: Active-duty military, veterans, reserves and National Guard get a complimentary full-size entrée from a special menu and other perks on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Bar Louie: Active-duty military and veterans get a free Craft Burger on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse: Free Chocolate Chunk Pizookie with any $9.95 purchase and additional perks with a $14.95 purchase.

Bob Evans: Veterans and active-duty military get a free meal from a select menu on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Bonefish Grill: Active-duty service members and veterans get a complimentary order of Bang Bang Shrimp with a soft beverage on Nov. 11

Buffalo Wild Wings: Veterans and active-duty service members get a free order of 10 Boneless Wings and Fries on Nov. 11 with a valid ID. (Dine-in only, except at “go” locations, which will recognize the deals on walk-in orders placed at the counter).

Carrabba’s Italian Grill: Veterans and active-duty military get a complimentary dine-in appetizer or dessert paired with a soft drink on Nov. 11.

Charleys Cheesesteaks: Veterans and active-duty military get free Gourmet Fries in-store with no purchase necessary on Nov. 11 at participating locations.

Chili’s: Veterans and active-duty service members get a free meal from a select menu on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Dave & Buster’s: Veterans get a free entree (up to $20) and a free $10 Power Card on Nov. 11.

Denny’s: All active and retired military personnel get a free Original Grand Slam from 5 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 10 (dine-in only).

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit: Veterans and active-duty military get a free pulled pork sandwich on Nov. 11 (in-store or through the online app for carryout).

Dunkin’: Veterans and active-duty military get a free doughnut of their choice on Nov. 11 (in-store only).

Einstein Bros. Bagels: Veterans and active-duty military get a free hot or iced coffee (any size) with an in-store purchase on Nov. 11.

The Greene Turtle: Veterans receive a free meal up to $15 on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Hooters Restaurants: Active-duty military and veterans get a free entrée from a special menu with the purchase of a beverage on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Huddle House: Active-duty military members and veterans get a free MVP meal on Nov. 11.

IHOP: Veterans and active-duty military get free Red, White, & Blueberry Pancakes or Pancake Combo from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Kings Family Restaurant: Veterans and active-duty military members get a free meal from a select menu on Nov. 13.

Logan’s Roadhouse: Veterans and active-duty military personnel get a free meal from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Menichie’s Frozen Yogurt: Veterans and active-duty military get their first 6 ounces of Froyo free on Nov. 11.

Mission BBQ: Veterans get a free sandwich on Nov. 11.

O’Charley’s: Veterans and active-duty military can order one free entrée from the special menu and/or receive a free slice of pie at dinner from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 10-11 (dine-in only).

Outback Steakhouse: Active-duty military and veterans get a free Bloomin’ Onion and beverage with the purchase of an adult entrée on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Pilot Flying J: Service members and their families get a free meal Nov. 10-12 through a special offer in the app.

Playa Bowls: Veterans get a free bowl on Nov. 11 (in-shop only).

Red Lobster: Veterans, active-duty military and reservists get free printed meal vouchers for Veterans Shrimp & Chips from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Nov. 11.The voucher can be redeemed Nov. 13-Dec. 10 (dine-in only).

Red Robin: Veterans and active-duty military get a complimentary Red's Big Tavern Burger with an endless side of steak fries on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Smoothie King: Active-duty military and veterans get a free smoothie from one of three red, white, and blue smoothies on Nov. 11.

Starbucks: Veterans, active-duty military personnel and their spouses get a free 12-ounce hot or or cold brewed coffee on Nov. 11.

TCBY: Veterans and active military personnel get their first 6 ounces of frozen yogurt for free on Nov. 11.

Uno Pizzeria & Grill: Veterans and active-duty military get a free meal on Nov. 11.

White Castle: Veterans and active-duty military get a free individual combo meal or a breakfast combo meal on Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

bb.q Chicken: Veterans and active-duty military get 25 percent off all orders placed in-store on Nov. 11.

Joe’s Crab Shack: Veterans get 20 percent off their meal from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 11 (dine-in only).

Kona Grill: Veterans and active-duty military receive 50 percent off food from Nov. 10-13.

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants: Veterans, National Guard, Gold Star Parents, and Gold Star Spouses can enjoy a select half-priced entrée on Nov. 12 (dine-in only).

Military.com has more specifics about each of the deals and is updating its site daily as more eateries confirm their 2023 Veterans Day plans.

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