The carousel in Military Park is now open for the warm months of 2017.
A new, free program targeted to Millennial single mothers looks to help them shore up their finances and, for the entrepreneurship-minded, launch their business ideas.
“Moms Who Hustle” is a financial planning and entrepreneurship program that will launch in Newark at Essex County College on May 13th.
As part of Women’s History Month The Newark Public Library will host the 3rd Annual “In Full Color” Theatrical Event.
Three gymnastics events–the Nastia Liukin Cup, the Elite Team Cup and the 2017 AT&T American Cup–will be held at Prudential Center this Friday, March 3rd and Saturday, March 4th.
Starting this fall, Newark’s Prudential Center will be home to the Grammy Museum Experience.
Newark Print Shop will celebrate its new digs tonight with the launch of their first group exhibition, entitled “Transitions,” on Friday, February 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m.
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.
Get unique gifts, support local merchants and tour downtown Newark at this weekend’s Holiday Shop Hop: “I often hear people asking how they can give back or support Newark…there are incredible, top-quality shops and entrepreneurs in this city providing unique goods and services. Buy from them. Work with them. That’s how we can create change.”
A grant from the Whole Cities Foundation, one of several charitable foundations supported by Whole Foods Market, will benefit Greater Newark Conservancy’s Court Street Urban Farm through the purchase and installation of a new irrigation system.
We previously announced Newark Downtown District’s December 6th tree lighting, but there are a handful of others taking place around the city in the coming week.