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NJIT Lost ends a Great season for the Highlanders

1. April 2015

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What a game!  Much credit most go to the coach Engles Still, his staff, Brian Kennedy,Jesse Agel, Dino Presley, Jared Czech, and Bobby Fisk.  Who set out to develop a basketball program that “was based commitment, hard work, attention to detail.” They are all familiar concepts in the world of sports, but what makes it authentic is […]

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Burger Bound fires rank the best in the State of NJ by Yahoo

31. March 2015

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Congrats to Newark’s Burger Bounds in the Yahoo’s recognition for the best fries in New Jersey acknowledgment.  Now we don’t how scientific the process was a for selecting facility in the yahoos country wide review and assessment.  But we can attest to the tasty fries.  My favorite are theTruffle & Parmesan Fries.  Fries with parmesan […]

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Are Latinos Racist???

25. March 2015

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Over the last two years Glocally Newark has been following the emergence of and growing awareness of race in the latino community.  Lets first say up-front, we are not suggesting that all racist.  From the discussion of Afro-Colombianas, Afro-Cubans to Dominican and Haitian disputes.  Are Latinos racist? Earlier this year the “Dominican Constitutional Court’s decision […]

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Women in Media-Newark Presents And “Still I Rise” @ Aljira TODAY

24. March 2015

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Opening at Aljira on March 24 Women in Media-Newark Presents And Still I Rise And Still I Rise is a week long event celebrating women in film, art & music. The festival opens at Aljira on TODAY Tuesday, March 24 at 5pm with a screening of three films plus a panel discussion after Janie’s Janie […]

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Little White Lie appears tonight at 10 on Independant Lens Channel 13

23. March 2015

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THE DOCUMENTARY “Little White Lie” is airing on “Independent Lens” WHEN|WHERE Tonight, Monday at 10 p.m. on WNET/13 WHAT IT’S ABOUT Filmmaker Lacey Schwartz confronts what everyone in her life had been “overlooking”: That the little girl from the nice white family in Woodstock was black. How did it happen? How could it happen? The […]

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NEXT: Danielle Thompson

16. March 2015

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Who’s Got Next? Danielle Renee Thompson | Theater Newark based actress and teaching artist Danielle Thompson easily wedges in the upper class of blacktresses. Her expansive resume, noteworthy acting chops and contagious smile has dazzled audiences all over. In addition to New York and Regional theater, Thompsons unique work as a teaching artist compliments her […]

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TRAVELINGMAD TO INTRODUCE DR. BALDWIN, DEAN OF WROXTON COLLEGE IN ENGLAND TO NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

13. March 2015

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TRAVELINGMAD TO INTRODUCE DR. BALDWIN, DEAN OF WROXTON COLLEGE IN ENGLAND TO NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THAT WILL TRAVEL TO LONDON FOR AN IMMERSIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE IN NEWARK, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 6 PM AT 303 UNIVERSITY AVENUE WHO:  Madeline Boughton of TravelingMad Dr. Nicholas Baldwin, Dean of Wroxton College (FDU) High school student travelers   […]

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Selma “50th Anniversary”, Fergerson, film, celebration, and a dream deffered

6. March 2015

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President Obama will be at the famous Edmund Pettus Bridge. With an audience slated to include Obama and family, former president George W. Bush, and  95 members of Congress, will join congressman John Lewis, the last remaining presenter and marcher in Selma nearly 50 years ago.   (There are unconfirmed rumors that Oprah Winfrey will show up, […]

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Royals and Regalia:Inside the Palaces Nigeria’s Modern-Day Monarchs, In Pictures

27. February 2015

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(photo by George Osodi), His Royal Majesty (HRM), Agbogidi Obi James Ikechukwu Anyasi II, Obi of Idumuje Unor, 2012 Nigeria’s Modern-Day Monarchs, In Pictures A PHOTOJOURNALIST SEEKS TO “DOCUMENT AFRICA FROM AN AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE” WITH HIS UPCOMING EXHIBIT.Showcase the most recent body of work by acclaimed Nigerian photographer George Osodi in his first solo exhibition […]

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Fifty years after the assassination of civil rights icon Malcolm X, family members gathered to remember the leader, just steps from where he was gunned down in New York City in 1965.

23. February 2015

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Saturday February 21st, marked the 5oth anniversary of the assassination of  El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz[A] (Arabic: الحاجّ مالك الشباز‎), was an African-American Muslim minister and a human rights activist. To his admirers he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against […]

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