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Dominos exhibition “A Subtlety”, not so Subtle

18. July 2014

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Last week we reported that Glocally attended with Newark artesian vendors, the annual African art festival in Brooklyn.  While in Brooklyn we got an opportunity to visit the Domino factory exhibition by Kara Walker, before it closed.  Deep in the 132 year past of the refinery, Ms Walker steered up the abandon facility with memories of […]

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Main Post Office in Newark, celebrate the new Harvey Milk Forever stamp

17. July 2014

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  Newark, NJ – The ornate lobby of the Main Post Office in Newark, NJ provided an excellent setting for a recent celebration of the new Harvey Milk Forever stamp issuance. The celebration featured an unveiling of the new stamp and included three speakers from the Northern NJ (NNJ) Postal District: Newark Postmaster Michael Deignan, […]

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4th and Beyond traveling to Brooklyn International African Arts Festival

9. July 2014

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For the fourth of July weekend, Glocally followed some of Newark’s, aspiring entrepreneurs.  To where you might ask, well to Brooklyn.  Yes, Brooklyn to the 43rd Annual International African Art Festival (IAAF).  The 4 day IAAF event (Thursday July 3rd to Sunday July 6th) will be in full swing for its celebration of African and […]

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Music and Firework at Branch Brook Park

27. June 2014

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  Classical music under the stars, in Newark tonightRelax with friends and family and enjoy an evening under the stars at Essex County Branch Brook Park, a park known for its cherry blossoms each spring. The Orchestra looks ahead to the classical favorites of its 2014–15 season and honors the state’s rich cultural past as […]

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Newark’s Black film festival legacy continues

25. June 2014

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Shara L. Morrow Tuesday marked  the closing of the the American Black Film Festival (ABFF), it first time being held in New York City, and the beginning of the Newark Black Film festival celebrating it 40 year making it the longest running showcase of Black films in the country.  What do these two festivals have […]

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W@W Lunch-time Music series Farmers Market in Washington Parks Begins tomorrow for a New Season

24. June 2014

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Tomorrow will begins W@W, better known as Wednesday’s At  Washington Park, with a full arrange of programming and special events.  This  years marks the Commons Community Development eight years in providing programming and general maintenance of Washington Park.  Washington Park is one of the oldest parks in the county.  The market starts June 25, and […]

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Rockers come out for the 7th annual WOOFSTOCK (part 2)

20. June 2014

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The owner of HKL owners, Kelly Moraes and her husband Anthony are animal rights activists, as well as local adoption spokespersons. If you follow the Lounge on Facebook, you might have  notice that they have been rooting for adoptions for quite sometime. They constantly are creating awareness by posting up information for each of the […]

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WOOFSTOCK Rocks as bands take center stage (part 1)

19. June 2014

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On beautiful Saturday, the beats were rockin and howling at the annual WOOFSTOCK block party.  Woofstock is an ALL AGES festival to benefit NJ animals in need.  Woofstock was an all-day block party and benefit for the Newark NJ Animal Shelter that features 13 local New Jersey Bands, 5 Djs, Food, Vendors and a chance to […]

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It now Official Military Park Open to the public

17. June 2014

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    Although some might say that the fences around Military Park were lifted several weeks ago, Friday marked it’s official opening.  Trees were moved closer to the street on either side of the triangular park to create more open space. Permanent benches were replaced with movable outdoor furniture and fences around the monuments, including the […]

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The Hispanic America Chamber of Commerce presented is first celebration of Arecibo 500 years

11. June 2014

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While New York City had the Annual Puerto Rican Parade, Newark was producing its own historic celebration of the Island history.  ”Arecibo (ah-re-SEE-boh)  is the oldest village and has been continuously inhabited in our history and is the second oldest city in the Americas, after Santo Domingo in Dominican Republic,” said Felix Rosario, president of the […]

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