Opening day will feature vendor samplings, giveaways, sales and more.
Chef Ameer Natson is hiding a reading, math and problem-solving curriculum in plain sight with his culinary curriculum at George Washington Carver middle school.
Newark Museum will dedicate Second Sunday this February to commemorating Black History Month.
The historic Hahne and Co. building, the massive former downtown department store that sat fallow and blighted for nearly three decades, enjoyed its official unveiling earlier this week in a ceremony attended by a couple hundred guests in the restored building’s main arcade.
Applications are now open for the City of Newark’s Summer Youth Employment program.
In anticipation of the relocation and reinstallation of its Arts of Global Africa collection in November 2017, the Newark Museum is debuting a newly acquired video installation by artist William Kentridge, What Will Come (2007). The installation will be on view in the Arts of Global Africa’s dedicated space for video art from January through May 2017.
On Saturday, January 21, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. the Newark Public Library will present the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture. Author Howard Dodson will speak about the state of the country in his presentation “Becoming America: From Obama to Trump,” in Centennial Hall, at the Main Library.
The plan for the project formerly know as Triangle Park enjoyed its official unveiling at a Prudential Center press conference overlooking the site of the park, which will be called Mulberry Commons Park. The ambitious project will likely break ground in the spring, and will connect Downtown Newark with the Ironbound.
The Newark Museum is giving locals the opportunity to “rediscover what unites them” by offering free admission this Friday, January 20th, on the day Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. The event is billed specifically as an Inauguration Day event.