About Andaiye Taylor
Andaiye is a Newark native, Newark resident, and the show runner at BrickCityLive.com. Andaiye holds a master's degree from Columbia Journalism School and was a fellow in the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at CUNY. She was the 2012 recipient of the Erik Lars-Nelson prize for excellence in reporting and writing. In addition to running Brick City, Andaiye is also head of content for Clover. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and follow her on Twitter @andaiye.
Entries by Andaiye Taylor
Owner Adenah Bayoh first launched the “Breakfast for Dinner” concept five years ago at her IHOP Irvington location.
The 21-story building on Broad Street will feature 265 apartments, 80,000 square feet of office space and 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.
One Theater Square is the first luxury high rise to be built from the ground up in Newark in more than 50 years. We spoke to Carl Dranoff, the founder of the firm that built the property, about the new building.
The exhibit opens October 19th, the anniversary of the Grammy Museum’s opening, and will remain open to the public until June 30, 2019.
By the time her minutes-long “Ask Wendy” segment was over, Newark “Glambassador” Lauren Craig knew it could be the start of something more significant.
Starting in June, people who own, rent, work in or even visit Newark will be able to earn a rebate for shopping at local businesses.
“Teach Newark: Where Passion Meets Progress” makes its pitch.
Newark Public Library will be hosting a Martin Luther King celebration in early January. Visit the brickcitylyve.com calendar to learn more. Alexa test.