WELCOME TO METROPOLIS NIGHTS

WELCOME TO METROPOLIS NIGHTS

We all have that one defining moment in life that makes us who we are as people. Our character is tested like never before. Soon it will be my turn to step up to the plate and face whatever the forces of nature have in store for me. Back in...

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WELCOME TO METROPOLIS NIGHTS

WELCOME TO METROPOLIS NIGHTS

READ US ONLINE: issue.com/metropolisnights FOLLOW US ON: ADVERTISING INQUIRIES: Please call 201-873-3874 or visit our website at www.metnights.com Please allow me to vent a little this month. Yeah, I could talk about the awesome issue you have in your hands, but we all know it looks great and the cover...

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THE BEST 5 YEARS!

THE BEST 5 YEARS!

DONALD TRUMP When the real estate market collapsed I was in some pretty serious financial trouble. I had many friends who went bankrupt and out of business. But I fought it through and didn’t have to do any of those legal maneuvers, and today my company is much stronger than...

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Chaunce

Chaunce

I’M NOT GAY…. not that there’s anything wrong with that I moved to Jersey City 3 years ago after selling my white picket fence home in extraordinarily white, middle class Glen Rock, New Jersey. Newly single and middle-aged, the change in lifestyle was shocking to say the least. Overnight I...

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Chaunce and Country?

Chaunce and Country?

Okay, I know you’re thinking, “Dolly Parton? Linda Ronstadt? Emmylou who?” Before you condemn me to the fires of publishing hell, let me explain. It’s just too easy these days to slap a model on the cover and write a headline that includes “Model/Actress.” The name really doesn’t matter. There...

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Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

I don’t care what anyone says, the flu shot gives you the flu! Each year I fall for it: the hype that this year’s flu will be the worst we’ve seen in years, but not to fear because a quick and easy flu shot will protect against this hideous modern-day...

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Letter from Editor

Letter from Editor

So much to say, so much to say, but where do I begin? I’ve always been an open book. Some might remember me from theHoward Stern Show. Nothing was ever filtered when it came to turning my problems and often-bizarre life experiences into national entertainment.That being said… This past Valentine’s Day weekend...

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