This week, we’re 1) tracking the candidates’ Twitter feeds so you don’t have to, 2) continuing the conversation from TedXBroadStreet, 3) checking out local artisans at Seed Gallery, 4) inviting you to nominate yourselves and your friends for a street style shoot by Citi Medina, and 5) asking you to vote for Brick City Live to […]
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This week, we’re 1) remembering our veterans, 2) appraising John Sharpe James, our new council at-large member, 3) appreciating the Poor Kingz’ street art, 4) looking at Cory Booker’s first week in the Senate, and 5) voting for Brick City Live to earn more funds so we can do more work! What else should we be […]
What was Newark up to this Saturday? We take a look at Lean Startup Machine Newark, Luxe Boutique’s brunch and fall fashion showcase, and The Allstars Project’s fall talent show in a few shots from around town. [slideshow_deploy id=’4413′] To contribute photos for this feature, email firstname.lastname@example.org with photos and descriptions.
This week, we’re 1) voting in the New Jersey governor’s race AND the Newark council at-large special election, 2) attending Newark Tech Week events, 3) reflecting on this weekend’s two forward-thinking conferences, 4) reading and considering your smart, respectful mayoral political analysis for Brick City Live’s upcoming new blog, “The Armchair”, and 5) checking out Brick […]
This week, we’re 1) getting ready for TedXBroadStreet, 2) stargazing at NJPAC, 3) re-watching last week’s mayoral forum on education, 4) contemplating this weekend’s anti-violence rally, and 5) marking our calendars for November 1, the day our artist-in-residence feature launches on BCL. What else should we be thinking about? Tweet #fivethings @brickcitylive, or leave a comment below. Wondering […]
This week, we’re 1) contemplating Booker’s US Senate win, 2) anticipating a glut of new marriages in the state in light of a judge’s sanctioning marriage equality, 3) parsing The Star Ledger’s endorsement of governor Chris Christie over state senator Barbara Buono in the New Jersey gubernatorial race, 4) tallying the financial toll of the […]
Tickets for TEDxBroadStreet, which will take place Saturday, November 2 from 9:30 AM to 6pm at Rutgers Business School, went on sale today. Tickets cost $40 and are available here. Participants can also take part via free viewing events across Newark, and via free webcast provided by the TEDxBroadStreet organizers on the website starting at […]
The race for the U.S. Senate ends today as New Jerseyans decide the outcome of the special election at the polls. To find out where to vote, visit the New Jersey Department of State website here: http://brickc.it/1fCk5FT. The polls are open until 8 p.m. tonight.
This week, we’re 1) voting, 2) eyeing the debt ceiling debate, 3) considering Ras Baraka’s public safety plan, 4) learning about the new Whole Foods, and 5) thanking you. What else should we be thinking about? Tweet #fivethings @brickcitylive, or leave a comment below. Wondering about why the stories on Brick City Live look the way they do? […]
This week, we’re 1) reading an examination of Cory Booker’s record, 2) trying to make sense of the politics behind the government shutdown, 3) contemplating the dangers of not allowing ex-offenders to vote, 4) exploring the new healthcare.gov website and figuring out how to sign up, and 5) getting ready to go to the Open Doors […]