City Drops Lawsuit Against Friends of Loew’s, Here Are The Movies Van Vorst Park Will Screen This Summer

**Mayor Steven Fulop just announced that the city is dropping its lawsuit against Friends of Loew’s (FOL). The city had been hoping to break FOL’s lease on Loew’s — which runs through 2020. Going forward the two will work together to repair and rebuild the theater. —Hudson County View

**Films in Van Vorst Park has debuted its summer movie schedule. The outdoor screenings will kick off next Wednesday (June 21) with The Princess Bride. —Films in Van Vorst

**Gov. Chris Christie and the Port Authority broke ground this week on the overhaul of Newark Airport’s Terminal A. The new terminal will include 33 gates, a larger parking garage complex, and the capacity to accommodate 13.6 million passengers annually. The $2.4 billion terminal is expected to be partially open by 2020 and fully operational by 2022. —CBS NY, Office of the Gov

**Ward E Councilwoman Candice Osborne has stated she will not seek re-election in November. Per NJ.com, the four declared candidates include activist Michael “Billy” Bisogno, funeral director Nicholas Grillo, attorney Jake Hudnut, and activist James Solomon. —NJ.com

(Photo: Loew’s)