Rachel Wagner contemplates the ways we talk about fear, freedom and social investments while reading Dale Russakoff’s book, ‘The Prize,’ an investigation of Newark Schools, and attending a recent panel at NJPAC that contemplated Newark’s next 50 years.
As planning for–and pushback against–the Amazon deal gets underway in the selected cities, Miriam asked Aisha Glover, CEO of the Newark Alliance, what simply being part of the process meant for Newark.
Five Newark sites, including four library branches, will each host an iteration of the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) Campus Center at Rutgers University – Newark.
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.
The competition has been open to area bars and restaurants since October 1st, and a public voting period to determine finalists will take place from November 19th to January 1st, 2019.
Amazon is splitting HQ2 between Queens, New York and Northern Virginia.
The exhibition, complete with photography, film and photo-inspired art, will run through Sunday, November 18.
It’s like American Idol for law students.
What did the midterms look like here in Newark?
There’s a new hire at the GNCVB.