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Saxophone Extravaganza feature as part of Super Bowl Media day Today at 6:30 Paul Robeson Campus Center

28. January 2014

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The Rutgers Office of University-Community Partnerships is jointly hosting A Super Celebration of Jazz Saxophones at Rutgers University Newark, Today,  Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. This special campus and community event will celebrate the jazz heritage of the city of Newark and will feature The Kenny Garrett Quintet led by internationally renowned, Grammy® […]

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ESSEX COUNTY COLLEGE HOSTED NFL SUPER KIDS-SUPER SHARING PROJECT

16. January 2014

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New Jersey school children donated 30,000 items today to help local children in need as part of a Super Bowl project called Super Kids-Super Sharing. Books, sports equipment and school supplies were donated. Today those items are already in the hands of schools and organizations that work with local children.  On Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, […]

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New Jersey Institute of Technology as The Ugliest Campus in the Country

4. December 2013

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Say What!!!    Not again.  In October Conde Nash called Newark the most unfriendly city in the world.  Now two days ago Traveler and Leisure publication reported that NJIT is the most ugliest college in the country.  While several months ago the New Jersey Institute of Technology took the top honors as the nations’s college with […]

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Greater Newark Conservancy Fall Block Party – Saturday, October 26th

23. October 2013

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  Celebrate the season in Greater Newark Conservancy’s gardens in the heart of Newark at the annual Fall Block Party, Saturday, October 26th from 10:00 a.m. till 2:00 p.m., 32 Prince Street between Springfield Avenue and South Orange Avenue.   Enjoy free entertainment and lots of activities including face painting, crafts for kids (including pumpkin […]

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Candidate for Councilmen-at-Large Comes to Essex County College

11. October 2013

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Essex County College, hosted a town Hall forum for three candidates, vying for the open Council-at-Large, seat left vacant by Congressmen Donald Payne Jr.  The forum was sponsored NAACP Newark Chapter, League of Women Voters/Newark, the Association of Black Women Lawyers of NJ, and the A. Phillip Randolph Institute in conjunction with Essex County College’s […]

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Jason “Malletman” Taylor takes Center stage at the Priory restaurant, Newark Jewel for Jazz

20. September 2013

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Priory is one of Newark’s hidden treasures for Jazz and southern style cuisine, it is the spot to be on Friday’s and Sunday’s for brunch.  Equally important to note, with the closing of both Je’s and John Place (Soul Food landmarks in Newark), the Priory restuarant is one of Newark’s remaining southern cusiine destinantions.  The […]

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Tribute to Dr. Yamba bring out Royalty “Meet the Real Coming to America”

10. September 2013

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Essex County College (ECC) honored the retired Dr. Zachary Yamba, now holding an emeritus title, by renaming the building selected was known as the Mega structure in his honor, a fitting tribute which houses more than 528 employees, 118 classrooms and laboratories and administrative offices, the equally imposing 600,00 square foot building, was named in […]

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The International Soccer Tournament in Newark Kicked Out this Weekend

4. September 2013

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On Saturday August 31st, The Newark Liberty International Soccer Summit, finals were held with both England teams competing for the title.   St Benedict hosted this soccer event,  formerly known as the Newark International Classic. This year’s Summit was held at New Jersey Institute of Technology’s  (NJIT) Lubetkin Field This year brought some of the worlds […]

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The City of Newark Celebrates National Farmers’ Market Week TODAY @ Washington Park

7. August 2013

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All are invited to visit the Nourishing Newark Farmers’ Market information table at the markets for free samples and giveaways NEWARK, N.J. — Mayor Cory A. Booker and Food Policy Director Elizabeth Reynoso encourage Newark residents to enjoy the City of Newark’s seasonal community farmers’ markets during National Farmers’ Market Week. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture […]

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Black Data Processing Hold its 10th Annual Family Technology Day

12. June 2013

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On Saturday, June 8th the New Jersey Chapter of the Black Data Processing association (BDP), presented a Families in Technology Day, Technology Awareness and Community Empowerment.  at NJIT’s Kupfrian Hall.  BDP is a professional organization found in 1975, and was created to discus the concerns of ethnic minorities in the IT industry.  Over the last 10 […]

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