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.
Newark “Glambassador” Lauren Craig has released “100 Things To Do in Newark Before You Die.” We spoke to the woman behind the Brick City bucket list.
The lineup is here! Lincoln Park Music Festival graces the park for the next three days. Here is the rotation of performers, DJs, hosts and other performers from now until the festival wraps on Sunday, July 30th.
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.
The annual Lincoln Park Music Festival will return to Newark for the twelfth time when it stages three days of concerts this upcoming weekend, from July 28 through the 30th.
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.
Bold new banners welcome people to Newark’s South Ward Special Improvement District (SID), and highlight the neighborhood’s attraction as a great place to “live, work, shop, worship, play” and “access healthcare.”
This week, Ashley Nicole discusses the #Newark2020 initiative to have more than 2,000 Newarkers hired by city businesses and institutions by 2020; welcomes New Jersey Devils first-round draft pick Nico Hischier to Newark; and discusses the contentious debate over a proposed change to Ironbound zoning that would allow buildings to be built up to 18 stories.