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Billboard magazine

Tony Camillo, ‘Midnight Train to Georgia’ Producer & Arranger, Dies at 90 By Ian Shearn | September 06, 2018 5:44 PM EDT https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/obituary/8473930/tony-camillo-midnight-train-to-georgia-producer-dead-90 Tony Camillo, the creative force behind numerous soul, R&B, funk, rock and disco hitrecords in the 1960s and ’70s, died in Hillsborough, New Jersey, on Aug. 29. He was 90.   Camillo […]

The Rockefellers take on Exxon

Fighting Over A Dynasty’s Soul June 22, 2017 • Ian T. Shearn David Rockefeller, the last surviving grandson of John D. Rockefeller, was laid to rest during the first week of April in Westchester, N.Y., after a private funeral. He was 101. His obituaries extolled his banking career, his global accomplishments and, of course, his […]

Gov. Christie, NJ government get a ‘D’ in State Integrity investigation

In 2012, Gov. Chris Christie was on top of the world. NJ loved his tough, no-nonsense style and his presidential ambitions were promising. NJ ranked No. 1 in the nation, with a grade of B+, in the first State Integrity investigation conducted by Global Integrity and the Center for Public Integrity. Now, in their second […]

When We Were Hela, a short film about ExxonMobil in Papua New Guinea

                                             Click the image to view the documentary. There are some disturbing facts buried in the debris of ExxonMobil’s $19 billion liquefied natural gas project in Papua New Guinea, which was funded in part […]

ExxonMobil’s New Guinea Nightmare

How a US government loan to the oil giant enabled an environmentally destructive project plagued by lethal landslide, police repression and civil unrest.

Extreme weather, extreme costs

A Special Report: The true financial impact of Superstorm Sandy fon New Jersey.                                                  Click the image to view the report.