For Sandy victims and N.J. underprivileged, a free shopping spree
Signs adorned the walls of The Clubhouse in Newark that read "everything must go" and "100% off," while shoppers perused dozens of tables of clothing, food and toiletries.
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#1 Jan 21, 2013
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