With Fownders Newark, tech star Gerard Adams brings startup aspirations to the neighborhood

Gerard Adams made his first million by age 24, cofounded Elite Daily at 27, sold it to Daily Mail at 30, made Business Insider’s list of top entrepreneurs under 35 and became a Silicon Valley star along the way.

Now the 31-year-old entrepreneur has built a startup accelerator in Newark in an effort to help create more successes like himself. Meet Fownders Newark. (And no, it’s not located downtown.)

How investing in cities like Newark provides a pathway to permanent U.S. residence for foreign investors

The EB-5 immigrant investor program lets foreign investors obtain permanent resident status in the United States. At a recent investor conference in Newark, it was cited as one of a series of creative tools developers can use to get deals done, but EB-5 is not without controversy.

Brick City Steelers take over Redd’s Biergaten as their official game day bar

When the Steelers are playing, Redd’s Biergarten (218 Market Street) transforms into Steelers Nation. New Brick City Live contributor Arieal Paul hung out with the Brick City Steelers on a recent Sunday for a primetime game.

Meet the man who wants to make you a hometown hockey fan

Daniel Cherry III wants to make The Rock a place Newarkers and New Jerseyans can be proud of. He’ll be giving away 35,000 free New Jersey Devils tickets for the upcoming season.