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6th Annual MJ Birthday Celebrate hit the Stage Sunday at Washington Park

28. August 2014

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                        On Sunday, 24th,the Stage was set fro the 6th Annual MJ Birthday celebration.  Interesting note, since his passing, this is the longest running event in Newark celebrating the music of Michael Jackson”King of Pop”, and the longest continuous celebration event in the tri-state area,  The event is alway […]

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Newark Museum, in Collaboration with Rutgers University-Newark, Presents HYCIDE: Newark, Sept. 6, 2014, 6-9 p.m.

26. August 2014

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BY LAWRENCE LERNER The Newark Museum, in collaboration with Rutgers University–Newark, is presenting a special one-night launch and exhibition of HYCIDE magazine’s issue #7, the Newark Issue. The event will include an installation of photographs made around the city of Newark, including a selection of critically acclaimed work by artist Manuel Acevedo, plus a photo […]

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Montclair Jazz Festival Chuchito Valdés closes the show

23. August 2014

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               The Montclair Jazz Festival produced by Jazz House Kids, has grown from a small community event to a major cultural offering attracting a wide audience from across the region.  Jazz House Kids is a community-based arts organization with a mission to provide year-round musical, educational, and cultural programs to […]

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NJPAC Sounds of the City showcases Latin Jazz Legend Eddie Palmieri

13. August 2014

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This year NJPAC brought a phenomenal performer to the “Sounds of the City” weekly series.  You might ask so what makes this performer stand out.  I asked some of the young patrons whether they heard of Eddie Palmieri or his brother Charlie Palmieri, most replied ecstatically no.  When I explained who he was, many replied […]

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The People and their Styles at Lincoln Park Festival

1. August 2014

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At the Lincoln Park music festival, we have talked about its music and its mission to transform a community.  But today,  Friday we want to celebrate Newark’s style.  The Brick city,  has it own styles unique from Manhattan and although similar in some ways to Brooklyn, its styles is unique to itself.   Here is […]

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People Power Rocks at Lincoln Park

31. July 2014

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Lincoln Park concluded with another fantastic and safe event, for residents and visitors alike.  The great music and the pumping sounds and rhythms, sometimes overshadow other section of the festival that sometime get missed, but their place and function importance is equally worth noting.   During the three-day weekend, one such feature was the Sustainable, […]

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Sweet Retreat Compelling Story and Journey to the White house

29. July 2014

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The Sweet Retreat is not a bakery its a Cake Boutique, located on Newark’s Academy Street, the smell of delicious treats fills the air. This Labor Day will mark their third anniversary of Newark’s first and best cupcake spot, Sweet Retreat Boutique. Located in Newark’s burgeoning Downtown Business district, Sweet Retreat caters to a loyal […]

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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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