On Friday, February 24th, Greater Newark Conservancy will join other farms from around the country for the third annual CSA Day, when locals are encouraged to join the Conservancy’s CSA.
The New Jersey Devils will host their first ever Pride Night at Prudential Center on Monday, February 27th at 7 p.m.
The City of Newark will host a series of five job fairs–one in each ward–in March.
Rutgers School of Dental Medicine will be administering free dental screenings, including exams and X-rays, on March 4th and 5th. Some patients will be eligible for free same-day treatments.
The Newark Museum has unveiled two upcoming events that merge music, art and community engagement: Masterpiece & Merlot and Celebrating a Great Day in New Jersey Hip-Hop
Free digital design and development classes will be offered at NAN Techworld in Newark starting February 27th. The classes will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
With $2 billion dollars’ worth of development rising out of the ground here in Newark, it’s clear something is shifting in town for real this time.
But for whom? In his latest video, Mayor Baraka rejects the comparison of development in Newark to what is transpiring in Brooklyn, and says we’re going for something a lot more inclusive, equitable and just.
Armani Mcphall, age 19, was killed on South Orange Avenue on December 22, 2016. His father, Elite Heat Boxing Gym owner Anthony Mcphall, reflects on the life of his son, who he called a “game changer” and “a gift.”
We asked nine individuals and couples who love Newark which places best capture their affection for the city. Here’s what they told us.
--9 individuals and couples who love Newark on which places best capture their affection for the city
Women in Media-Newark has announced the opening of its art exhibit “Women in the World: A Visual Perspective,” which will be on display at three separate locations, including two in Newark: Rutgers University-Newark’s Paul Robeson Art Galleries, and New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s (NJPAC) Victoria Lobby.