Books, but no late fines. Tutoring, but also cigar nights. Newark Public Library has redefined what it means to be a public knowledge center.
The comedy series just celebrated its fourth year of showcasing comics from Newark and throughout the region at Kilkenny Alehouse.
Newark beat out New York, Philadelphia and Los Angeles to host the Amazon-backed VOICE Summit. When the event comes to town on July 24th, it will also be a test of Newark’s destination city potential.
Kimberly Reid takes us on a stop-by-stop tour of the June 2018 Newark Historical Renaissance Ride.
Alzheimer’s afflicts African-Americans at twice the rate of white Americans, and Rutgers Newark’s African American Brain Health Initiative is doing something about it.
The eight-part YouTube Red series, “Best Shot,” tells the story of Central High’s varsity basketball team.
As promised, the organizers are back with a spring-themed ride featuring seersucker and linen, plus a tour of significant places in Newark’s South Ward.
New Jersey native and jazz icon Count Basie’s full collection is now archived at The Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) at Rutgers-Newark.
Locals can eat outside across the street from Prudential Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays at lunchtime.
The Newark Fiber project being advanced by city leadership over the past four years is a bold one, experts say.