The parade will step off at 10 a.m. on November 11th on Lyons Avenue.
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Entries by Andaiye Taylor
Come down to Off The Hanger (12 Linden Street, Downtown Newark) this Saturday to see the Lyte.
This year at Open Doors, curator Peter “Souleo” Wright will bring a traveling exhibit commemorating for colored girls to City Without Walls gallery.
The former Newark Planning Office director joins an rarefied group with his new honor.
While his kid brothers built a hip-hop legacy, Danny Simmons kicked in the door to the NYC arts world.
A stroll through the historic neighborhood with the residents who (really) love it.
On the ground in the blocks near Sussex Avenue and Norfolk Street.
Forward Ever and Newark CEDC are working on a program that will provide financial incentives for consumers to shop at independent Newark businesses.
On Newark International Film Festival weekend, we spoke to ‘Greenleaf’ actress Kim Hawthorne about her Newark roots, her take-no-prisoners TV character, and her new venture.
#NewInNewark: This week, Ashley Nicole discusses the new 42-unit Tucker View Apartments in the South Ward, the possibility of a Wawa in Newark, and Senator Booker’s new tenant screening legislation to stamp out tenant blacklisting.