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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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Lincoln Park Festival 10th year anniversary TODAY!!!

24. July 2015

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One of Newark’s most highly anticipated summer events begins today, with Jazz, Newark Idol, and closing with Gospel.  For the past 10 years, the Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District has put on an outstanding FREE 3-day music festival featuring Grammy award winning acts, and an array of local talents that range from Jazz, Gospel, R&B, House, Hip Hop and […]

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8th Annual Festival de la Familia Brings Community Together for Carnival Themed Celebration‏

22. July 2015

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On Sunday La Casa de Don Pedro sponsored  Newark’s 8th Annual Festival de la Familia on the Lower Broadway commercial corridor. Co-hosted by the City of Newark, the carnival themed event was jam packed with games and rides, live music, art, food, fitness activities, cultural exhibitions and more. The stage showcased an exciting line up […]

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Lincoln Park festival starts NOW!!! July 22nd

21. July 2015

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Starting Thursday, will commence the 10th annual Lincoln Park Cultural Coast District (LPCCP), annual music celebration.  This years Lincoln Park outdoor event officially starts July 24 – July 26 . However, the  Kick-off party will commence  tomorrow (July 22nd) at Taste Venue/Suite 53,  featuring performance by Vivian Green.  Tis is a fundraiser, hosted by WBLS’ Shaila, […]

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Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University–Newark prepared to play on a bigger stage, with the selkection of a new Executive Director

20. July 2015

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The Jazz Institute, located on the 4th floor of thew Dana library, has a new Executive Director.  Rutgers University–Newark (RU-N) Chancellor Nancy Cantor has appointed the tandem of a multi-talented jazz champion and a revered keeper of the jazz flame to empower the Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) to “play on a much bigger stage […]

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Rutgers and NJIT go to the Improv “Del Close Marathon”

26. June 2015

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The Rutgers-Newark/NJIT Joint Theatre Program is proud to announce that the student group I.T.: Improv Technicians has been accepted into the 17th annual Del Close Marathon (founded by Amy Poehler), a weekend-long comedy festival held in New York City. The improvisation troupe was selected as one of six hundred out of over two thousand applicants […]

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The economics of Race, a new book that yields context to a complex topic

25. June 2015

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How does Race play a role in the Economy? Now  there is a new book that attempts to quantify this, while yielding a better understanding as to  how economics is impacted by race.   Its author presented his publication last Wednesday at the newark library to a well attended discussion.  Columbia University Professor of Economics, […]

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The Most Dangerous Man In America (WEB DuBois) Amiri Baraka’s last play performing until June 28th

23. June 2015

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The New Federal Theater  premiered Amiri Baraka. final play Most Dangerous Man In America (WEB DuBois).  The season, entitled “The Amiri Baraka Project,” which has been dedicated to the late poet/playwright, will contained two Baraka plays: the the 1964 classic Dutchman,(Feb. 5–March 8) alludes to the Dutch East India Company, a 17th-century slave ship company. The play, […]

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The Paterson Art Walk two day art show NJ’ Innovation of recycled material

16. June 2015

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The Annual Paterson Art-walk occurred this weekend at the historic great fall district of Paterson.  The city’s art community kicked off the seveth annual Paterson Artwalk, the largest artistic event in northern New Jersey, on Saturday morning.  The two-day event includes seven different venues throughout the city’s art corridor which startsfrom Spruces Street, encompasses the […]

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