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A Stepping Stone for Change

20. August 2015

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  Understanding “what we need to change and how we can help” should happen early on, says Nicole Binns, a graduate student at Rutgers University – Newark, School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) and a former high school track star. She is founder of the nonprofit Project Y2Z, which aims to provide youth with […]

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Anne Andersson Profile of an Animal trophies artist

18. August 2015

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    We received many comments after our publication yesterday about seeing more of Anne Andersson’s work. Here below we present some of her work, we would also advise that photos just don’t come near to seeing these beautiful pieces upfront and personal. How do we resolve the trophy aspect of hunting? Anne Andersson, a […]

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Can Art Bridge the divide between Animal Trophies and Conservation?

18. August 2015

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The outrage over the killing of Cecil a popular lion Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, has created international condemnation and has prompted many to seek alternatives to killing wild life for merely sport.  For many sport hunters, animal trophies are a desired centerpiece from the hunt.  Hunters like Walter Palmer fit this profile, even after […]

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Dirt Rich a play by Chisa Hutchinson, gives voice to youth

17. August 2015

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Chisa Hutchinson brings her 2nd play to Newark, at Riverbank Park entitled it “Dirt Rich”.    It is alway refreshing to hear her screenplays and other writings.  Chisa topics are broad ranging, but truly urban.   Last year, Ms. Hutchinson, read from her short story piece entitled, “Choosing Love” about a psychic sees love and tragedy […]

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My Front Porch “Lot on 7th”

30. July 2015

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Last night feature the second in a series of  live performances by “Lot on 7th” , in  the Lower Broadway neighborhood in a series entitled   “My Front Porch”.  Front Porch is a community collaborative initiative  sponsored by La Casa de Don Pedro, Newark Science and Sustainability, The Lost Tribes Zulu Nation, the Rutgers Office of Community […]

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Lincoln Park Part 3 Hip-Hop

30. July 2015

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SOUND CHECK at The Lincoln Park Music Festival, Glocally speaks with Vivian Green

27. July 2015

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By Sheila Lewis Sound Check! The highly successful Lincoln Park Music Festival celebrated it’s 10th year of arts, culture and entertainment in Newark with a spectacular kick-off at Taste Venue featuring songstress Vivian Green giving us life! And ear candy from her newly released album Vivid. GlocallyNewark was backstage after the show to hear more about […]

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Lincoln Park House Party Day Two

27. July 2015

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Yesterday continues the 10th  anniversary LPCCMF celebration with the popular anticipated House music party.  As Mayor Ras Baraka declared that this “House Party” event is the largest attended event in the state of New Jersey, brining crowds in the ten of thousands.  New this year, and worth mentioning was the large line-ups of personal tents […]

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Lincoln Park Music Festival Day One

25. July 2015

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The Initial first day of the 10th year anniversary of the Lincoln Park Coast Costal Music Festival began with Jazz, Newark Idol, and a evening of gospel,  evangelizing and praising the lord.  The event started with opening prayer by Rev, and city of Newark Director of Neighbor Services, Paster Patrick Council.  With praises followed by […]

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George Clinton brings the funk to NJPAC

24. July 2015

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New Jersey own comes to NJPAC to a crowded audience making the “P-Funk”.  We the horns began to blaze,  the crowd began to scream.  We are looking around for Clinton, a flamboyant dresser pushing the envelope on the most outrages cloths designs to match the innovation of the music.  Rather then appearing in the multi color […]

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