Newark Symphony Hall’s new president and CEO, Taneshia Nash Laird, vows to build on legacy

What Symphony Hall’s new leader has planned for the historic venue.

Weekend essay: Old in Art School’ by Nell Painter

The annual Sustainable Living Empowerment Conference returns to Newark this Spring and is currently accepting applications for sponsors, exhibitors, and volunteers.

7th Annual Sustainable Living Empowerment Conference coming soon to Newark

The annual Sustainable Living Empowerment Conference returns to Newark this Spring and is currently accepting applications for sponsors, exhibitors, and volunteers.

New Hip-Hop exhibition lead Newark Library’s Black History Month celebration

As part of its Black History Month celebration, the Newark Library unveiled a new exhibition, “The World Is Yours – Hip-Hop: Newark and Beyond,” which will run through April 30, 2019.

Rutgers Law School program offers free legal representation to detained immigrants

Clients range from “long-time, legal residents of New Jersey to recent arrivals fleeing persecution in Central America.”

Registration open for upcoming NJPAC summer arts youth programs

The Center for Arts Education at NJPAC had opened registration for its summer camp.

Burger Walla to host “Liquid Sleep,” debut solo art exhibition by NJ artist Chantel “Kenzie” McKenzie

The event will showcase McKenzie’s multidisciplinary art, which has included performance art, videography, audio, drawing, and painting.

Express Newark announces ‘Artistic Passion and Purpose’ residency

Residency partners receive approximately 800 square feet of space, operating funds and project support.

Newark free tax prep program provides residents income tax filing assistance

In 2018 the program facilitated more than $13 million in total refunds.