Applications for Newark youth summer jobs are now open

In addition to putting money in their pockets, summer jobs can have a lasting positive impact on youth.

As he retires, looking back on the remarkable legacy of Junius Williams

He who thinks he is leading and has no one following him is only taking a walk – Malawian proverb

With The Gathering 1.0, a Newark Arts class photo

In Fall 2017, Newark Arts hosted two historic photo shoots to commemorate the 16th Annual Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival. 

Ten things to do with your child in the New Year

Make 2018 a banner year for your young one with these tips from education pro Marlene Ayers.

At Home in Newark: Stories from the Queer Newark Oral History Project opens at Newark Library

The Newark Public Library launched a new exhibit last week that delves into the history of the LGBTQ community in Newark.

The Early Edge: Empowering parents to take on preschool

Here are some tips on how to give your child the preschool edge, and yourself a little edge, too.

Leadership Newark is accepting Newark high school students into new fellowship program

Applications for the program are due December 22nd.

Sixth annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival turns Newark into Jazz City

NJPAC’s annual TD James Moody Jazz Festival the venue’s celebration of jazz icon and Newark native Sarah Vaughan.