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Total Lunar Eclipse Coming April 15th bringing a Series‏ lunar events this year

14. April 2014

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A lunar eclipse is something quite different. It occurs when the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow. The Earth’s shadow consists of two parts: a dark inner core called the “umbra,” and a lighter outer part called the “penumbra.” Rather than being truly dark, the inner shadow is usually tinted orange or red by light passing through […]

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NJIT University host second annual TechQuest and Innovation Day (TODAY) April 11th

11. April 2014

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The deep range of innovative talent and entrepreneurial skills possessed by NJIT students across programs and disciplines will be on display today (Friday, April 11)  at the university’s second annual TechQuest and Innovation Day to take place on the Campus Center Atrium. Inventions that improve lives, novel business ideas, thrill-packed computer games, and fundamental scientific research […]

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My Black History Month A Newark “Hero”, Mr. Dowdy

21. February 2014

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During Black History Month, we pause to salute and reflect on the contributions African Americans have made to the rich fabric that makes up the United States.There are many untold stories that reveal the best of Americans who stepped up when duty called, broke color barriers, or quietly made their communities better one person at […]

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Amiri Baraka in Memorial, Going Home Tribute to a Great Newarker

23. January 2014

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  Melissa Marie Johnson On Saturday our dear brother and to many of us our father was laid to rest.  The services started with rain, sleek and snow, and later brighten with light, shine and the warmth of the sun.  It was as if a tear from the earth of this great lost, and to […]

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Newark Celebrates MLK with Dance and Community Day

21. January 2014

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In tribute to Martin Luther King holiday, we at Glocally were looking for community tributes around Newark and the greater Newark area.  The celebration this year were few in comparison to others years. However, there were several that were memorable, and we though it appropriate to share.  If you are aware of others celebrations, please […]

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NJIT is hosting the New Jersey Science Olympiad

16. January 2014

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Hundreds of students representing twenty middle schools and sixteen high schools from throughout Northern New Jersey will assemble at NJIT on Thursday, Jan. 16 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. to compete in the New Jersey Science Olympiad Regional Tournament. Teams will participate in events designed to make science, technology and math more enticing, relevant […]

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Newark is Now on the radar of New York Real Estate Market

16. December 2013

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This article was published by “The Real Deal” a New York Real Estate publication.  With available state financing and urban investment funds providing gap financing, Newark and New York Developers see the time is ripe for development in Newark. Lured by economic incentives, developers rush into the NJ city, prompting an unprecedented real estate boom […]

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New Jersey via Newark A Going Home Tribute to Mandela at Metropolitan Church, Senator Tom Kean said, “New Jersey was the “Point of the Spear” to ended Apartheid”

12. December 2013

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On Wednesday New Jersey via Newark at Metropolitan Church gave tribute on the life of Nelson Mandela.  It was a jubilant event, which included singing, traditional african drumming and dancing by Zawadi’s School of African Dance and Drums.  The event was festive in celebrating the life of Madidba, the man, his life and his legacy. […]

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Hip Hop & Entrepreneurship Comes to Essex County College “Potential Game Changer”

6. December 2013

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When hip-hop “Kulture” began nearly 40 years ago, corporate America ignored it. That was a Big mistake.  Hip-hop has grown well beyond the urban market since the genre’s first hit, “Rapper’s Delight,” which was released in 1979.  It now generates more than $20 billion per year and has moved beyond its musical roots, internationally, transforming […]

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Nelson Mandela Goes Home

5. December 2013

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JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president and an enduring icon of the struggle against racial oppression, died on Thursday, the government of South Africa announced, leaving the nation without its moral center at a time of growing dissatisfaction with the current country’s leaders. “Our nation has lost its greatest son,” President Jacob […]

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