The White Mana Diner is a fast food restauraunt in Jersey City, NJ. It was built as the "diner of the future" for the 1939 New York World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, and touted as an "Introduction to Fast Food." The Tonnelle Avenue landmark, as well as the White Manna Diner in Hackensack, NJ, was made by Paramount Diners of Oakland, NJ, in the late 1930s. ...more on Wikipedia about "White Mana"
The Victor R. Yanitelli, S.J. Recreational Life Center is a multipurpose athletic facility on the Jersey City campus of Saint Peter's College. Notable for it's air-supported "bubble," the building opened in 1975 at a cost of $6 million and is named after the 17th president of the college. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yanitelli Center"
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