A new school year is a perfect opportunity for educators, parents and students to set a new course that will ensure success.
Newark’s Karen Brown-Stovell had joined a group business leaders across the state for the New Jersey Sustainable Business Council (NJSBC), a new alliance of business organizations and businesses working to promote a more vibrant and sustainable economic future in the state.
Making good on its mid-summer promise to open “soon,” Barcade’s social media accounts indicate the Newark location will really, truly, definitely be open by the end of the month.
Let’s talk about Newark Public Library for a moment. Have you noticed that the library is #lit?
We checked in with Elliott about how Sofar Sounds, the “secret” concert series that recently launched in Newark, are going so far.
If you or someone you know is under 30, doing impactful work in the state, and achieving it with grace, there will soon be an opportunity for that work to get the recognition it deserves.
Former Urban League of Essex County Young Professionals (ULECYP) president Jason Grove is also a newly minted policy analyst for the City of Newark. Jason Grove, who is also a newly minted policy analyst for the City of Newark. He was one of ten National Urban League Honors award recipients at this year’s Urban League conference.
Award-winning playwright Pia Wilson’s play about the Ironbound, aptly titled “Down Neck,” will return to Newark with a performance at Newark Riverfront Park on August 19th at 7:30 p.m.
The North, a multimedia archive meant to unpack ” the lessons of African American struggle for empowerment in the nation’s major urban centers in the North,” has released a short documentary video with first-hand accounts and analysis of the summer of unrest and rebellion in Newark in the summer of 1967.
We reached out to Barcade CEO and co-founder Paul Kermizian to find out. Kermizian told us that he’s hopeful the location will be open soon.