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1.295J LAUNCHES IN JERSEY CITY’S BERGEN-LAFAYETTE WITH MODERN RENTALS AND ACTIVATED SOCIAL SPACES
Initial Occupancy Scheduled for April for new 309-Unit Rental Building
by Post on 03/17 10:53AM - Story - 226 Hits
2.Open House set for Girl Scout Day Camp
RIVERDALE — Thinking about where to send your girl this summer? Learn about Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey’s Jockey Hollow Day Camp in Mendham Township and Lake Rickabear Day Camp in Kinnelon at several open houses being planned in the coming weeks.
by Post on 05/18 08:05PM - Story - 247 Hits
3.Newark Museum Celebrates MLK Jr. Day with Activities, Screenings and more
NEWARK: The Newark Museum is marking Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a day of film screenings, performance and hands-on activities. In honor of the occasion, museum admission will be free for members and Newark residents; and $5 for all others on Monday, January 15, 2018. Activities are scheduled from noon to 5 ...
by Post on 12/30 06:11PM - Story - 1,095 Hits
4.Newark Museum Celebrates Women's History Month
NEWARK: The Newark Museum is celebrating Women's History Month at its Second Sunday program on Sunday, March 12 from noon to 5 pm. The program features lectures; performances; tours; art and science demonstrations, and workshops; music; and baked goods. All events are free with admission unless otherwise noted. The Museum ...
by Post on 02/28 02:31PM - Story - 1,726 Hits
5.Newark Museum Bids Farewell to Modern Heroics Exhbition with Second Sunday program
NEWARK: The Newark Museum is celebrating the final day of Modern Heroics: 75 Years of African-American Expressionism at the Newark Museum at its Second Sunday program on Sunday, January 8 from noon to 5 pm. The program features lectures; performances; tours; art and science demonstrations, and workshops; music; and baked goods. All ...
by Post on 12/29 05:53PM - Story - 1,330 Hits
6.Newark Museum Celebrates Redesigned Native American Galleries at Second Sunday program
NEWARK: The Newark Museum is celebrating its newly redesigned and reinterpreted galleries of Native American art at its Second Sunday program on Sunday, November 13 from noon to 5 pm. The program features lectures; performances; tours; art and science demonstrations, and workshops; music; and baked goods. All events are free with ...
by Post on 11/01 10:28AM - Story - 2,140 Hits
7.Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Senior Vice President named to Liberty Science Center Board of Trustees
(Newark, NJ – July 07, 2016)  -- Liberty Science Center announced this week that Dr. Minal Patel, M.D, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer for Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) has been elected to the Center’s Board of Trustees. Liberty Science Center is led by ...
by Post on 07/07 04:43PM - Story - 3,059 Hits
8.49th ANNUAL NEWARK FIREMAN’S FAIR & MUSTER, SUNDAY, JUNE 5
NEWARK, NJ -- Everyone loves a parade and the sounds of a Pipe and Drum band, especially when it includes shiny fire trucks with sirens blasting. But that’s only part of the family festivities planned for the 49th Annual Fireman’s Muster on Sunday, June 5 from 11 am to 3:30 pm, at ...
by Post on 05/24 05:31PM - Story - 1,872 Hits
9.Festival of Color and Light at the Newark
NEWARK: Festival of Color & Light Newark Museum 49 Washington St., Newark Saturday, October 17 Noon-9 pm Free with suggested Museum admission. The Newark Museum is hosting an day-long program on October 17 that explores its new exhibition  The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe. This event is part of the Newark Arts Council Open Doors, ...
by Post on 09/29 06:51AM - Story - 1,093 Hits
10.The Newark Museum will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 19
NEWARK, NJ – The Newark Museum will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 19 from noon to 5 pm with a day of activities for visitors of all ages. Highlights of the day include: Viewings of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech at 12:30. 1:30. 2:30 ...
by Post on 01/07 02:31PM - Story - 1,117 Hits
11.Newark Museum Celebrates The Holidays With Winter Festival Of Lights On December 4
NEWARK:  The Newark Museum will kick off the holiday season on December 4 with a free event that includes performances, planetarium shows, tours, family workshops and hot cocoa. The event, Winter Festival of Light, runs from 4-9 pm and visitors of all ages are welcome.
by Post on 11/19 09:46PM - Story - 1,285 Hits
12.Professor Charles Liu Talks About The Stars, Planets and The Universe
  Members of Sunset Rotary Club – Central Bergen were recently honored to have as their speaker the very distinguished Professor of Astrophysics, Charles Liu from the College of Staten Island, CCNY. The photo shows him being greeted by club President and long time Ridgewood resident, Tom Shea. Despite the ...
by Post on 11/08 04:04PM - Story - 1,727 Hits
13.Newark Museum Presents Latino Heritage Family Festival On October 26
Jose Obando The Newark Museum presents its Latino Heritage Family Festival on October 26, 2013 from 1 to 4 pm. The festival features music, dancing, art-making, discovery and family fun while honoring Latino customs and cultural contributions. All festival events are FREE with suggested admission unless otherwise noted.
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/14 07:47PM - Story - 1,243 Hits
14.46th Annual Newark Fireman’s Fair & Muster, Sunday, June 2; Parade, Antique Cars & Trucks, Cook-Off
Everyone loves a parade and the sounds of a Pipe and Drum band, especially when it includes shiny fire trucks with sirens blasting. But that’s only part of the family festivities planned for the 46th Annual Fireman’s Muster on Sunday, June 2, from 10:30 am to 3 pm, at the ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/16 04:37PM - Story - 1,616 Hits
15.T-REX Roams the Newark Museum
Jurassic Park comes to the Newark Museum when the “Mighty T-Rex” headlines a day of activities at the 6th annual Dinosaur Day on May 5 from 10 am to 4:30 pm. Dinosaur Day engages children through hands-on experiences, games, performances and presentations. Children will meet and interact with the “Mighty ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/27 03:39PM - Story - 1,286 Hits
16.Newark Museum Celebrates Freedom and Community on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, on January 21 from 1-4:30 pm the Newark Museum will mark the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation through community service, musical performance, film, hands-on workshops and gallery games suitable for the entire family. All activities are free with suggested ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 01/04 12:47PM - Story - 937 Hits
17.Feasting with Family and Friends: Christmas in the Ballantine House
Each year, the Museum’s National Historic Landmark, the 1885 Ballantine House, offers visitors a taste of how Christmas was celebrated in late Victorian Newark, as English, German and Dutch holiday traditions merged into something not so very different from the way the holiday is celebrated in America today.
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/04 06:36PM - Story - 729 Hits
18.E.T. ‘Phones’ The Newark Museum: 30th Anniversary of Classic Film Marked With Display, Events
When the stranded Extra-Terrestrial E. T. tried to contact his friends in outer space, he built a communicator from ordinary household items to send a signal and get a spaceship to come rescue him. But truth be told, E.T.’s communicator was devised right here in New Jersey. Following its movie ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/28 06:01PM - Story - 1,173 Hits
19.Newark Museum Offers Fall Youth and Family Programs
: The weather is cooling down but the Newark Museum is warming up with a full calendar of fall family events and activities. All events are free with suggested admission, unless otherwise noted. For more information, visit the Museum’s web site, www.NewarkMuseum.org. Drop-in Art & Gallery Activities
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/27 03:48PM - Story - 1,286 Hits
20.Groundbreaking New Children’s Book ‘Vegan Is Love’ Teaches The Benefits Of Veganism For People, Animals And The Planet
First book to explain a vegan lifestyle for kids provokes controversy on whether veganism is appropriate for children
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/24 06:42PM - Story - 1,263 Hits
21.The Green War on Children
Halloween isn't for another three weeks, but environmental ghouls are on the haunt. A sadistic video released by global warming fear-mongers reveals an inconvenient truth about eco-radicals: They despise the very children for whom they claim to be saving the planet.
by Michelle Malkin on 10/08 07:02PM - Story - 1,066 Hits
22.Philips International's Upper West Side Rental Development, The Corner, Is More Than 40 Percent Leased
The Corner at 200 West 72nd St. New Luxury Building Approaches Halfway-Rented Mark In Only Seven Weeks Philips International and Rhodes NY, partners in The Corner at 200 West, a new luxury rental development on the Upper West Side, is pleased to report the building's extraordinarily successful launch, with 79 ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/27 04:50PM - Story - 2,592 Hits
23.One World, One Sky Planetarium Visits Preschool Children
One World, One Sky The One World, One Sky Planetarium show was staged at the IBEW Local #164 Training Center in Paramus. Made possible by PNC Grow Up Great program, the event provided an opportunity to host several preschool classes from the Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center. The ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/30 07:49PM - Story - 2,362 Hits
24.One World, One Sky
Staff from PNC Grow Up Great with children who attend Turrell Child Care & Early Learning Center outside of the One World, One Sky inflatable planetarium dome. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 04/26 09:28AM - Media Gallery - 988 Hits
25.End to Plastic Bags
Plastic bags are one of the most littered items in history. Many plastic bags become airborne litter tangled in tree limbs, clogging up storm drains or billowing like a sail on the ocean. As a result, they have been dubbed the "national flower" in South Africa because so many can ...
by Shawn Dell Joyce on 03/29 07:56AM - Story - 1,373 Hits
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