How to get free exercise, make new friends, learn new skills, figure out what’s where and much more! To see downtown Newark for yourself, reserve your free spot at the Downtown Newark Living Tour, which takes place May 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., here: brickc.it/livingtour2017. Promoted by Newark Downtown District.
Alongside the grand opening of Ashley Stewart at 204 Springfield Avenue yesterday, Tucker Development, the team behind Springfield Avenue Marketplace at Jones Street and Springfield Avenue, announced that seven new retailers are coming soon to the mixed-use development.
With Donald Trump’s 100th day in office fast approaching, comedian and scholar Justin Williams unpacks President Barack Obama’s 100 first days to shed some light on our current leader in these current times.
The similarities are remarkable.
Newarkers need a fast, frequent, reliable, and affordable way to get around their city. Creating a first-class transit network is a policy imperative.
What is it like to live downtown Newark? Soon, those who are curious will have an opportunity to get a glimpse of downtown living for themselves.
At NJPAC, the 30 days of April are filled with a kind of arts sampler – classical music, jazz, dance, family shows and more – to entertain and captivate audiences.
Op-Ed contributor Lionel Latouche is a trauma therapist in Newark. He is also a trauma survivor: his cousin was killed by a New York police officer. In this piece, Latouche recounts his dialogue with Newark police officers and their conclusions about how they can better relate to, and serve, the community.
Newark First Fridays are coming to town in May. Part street festival, part art walk, and part market, it promises to be the coolest monthly party in town. Contribute to First Fridays Indiegogo campaign March 23rd through March 25th, and BrickCityLive.com will double our collective impact up to $750!
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 Newark places and the people who love them
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.