Newark Charity Hosts ‘Cookies, Coats & Cocoa’ Event to Provide Community with Winter Essentials

United Community Corporation will host a Cookies, Coats & Cocoa distribution event on Saturday, February 5, from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at the Newark Housing Authority’s TREC location reports RLS Media. Click here for event details.

Art House Productions honors Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, Art House Productions, along with Hudson County Community College, Seton Hall University, Paul Robeson Galleries at Express Newark, Rutgers University – Newark, and The Feminist Art Project, a program of the Rutgers Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities, will present Art+Feminism Art Talk and Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon on… Continue reading Art House Productions honors Women’s History Month

3 Ways Drinking Establishments Contribute to Their Communities

By Alice Robertson Think about the last time you heard an ad on the radio for a local drinking establishment like Steel Wheel Tavern or Five 13 Liquor Lounge. Chances are, it wasn’t advertising a special brew or a new happy hour theme. Most of the time, when we hear about a drinking establishment, it’s… Continue reading 3 Ways Drinking Establishments Contribute to Their Communities

This green pathway through cities and suburbia will embody the best of New Jersey

I recently had the much anticipated and long-awaited opportunity to stand with Gov. Phil Murphy and a coalition of elected officials, community leaders and civic organizations as the governor announced that New Jersey would purchase the land the Essex-Hudson Greenway — a 9-mile, 100-foot wide linear park and shared-use trail connecting Montclair to Jersey City — would… Continue reading This green pathway through cities and suburbia will embody the best of New Jersey

We Wish you a ’90s Christmas

With Christmas being just a few weeks away, it’s time for Christmas music, eggnog and, of course, watching classic holiday films. This made the CenturyLinkQuote team wonder, which ‘90s Christmas movies are New Jerseyans watching to get into the holiday spirit?  We combed through search volume data and found that New Jersey residents can’t stop googling Home Alone this holiday… Continue reading We Wish you a ’90s Christmas

URBY LAUNCHES LEASING FOR NEW PHASE OF APARTMENTS IN HARRISON, NJ

Full Size Indoor Basketball Court, Inspired Apartments, and New Bistro Bolster Urby Lifestyle Offering Close to the PATH HARRISON, NJ – Urby has kicked off leasing for a new phase of Harrison Urby at 200 Angelo Cifelli Drive, expanding the community’s offering of innovatively-designed apartments and lively social spaces located near the Harrison PATH station… Continue reading URBY LAUNCHES LEASING FOR NEW PHASE OF APARTMENTS IN HARRISON, NJ

Jersey City Nutcracker Returns LIVE to the Nimbus Arts Center! 

Nimbus Dance’s perennial Jersey City Nutcracker is back, reports the Hudson Reporter! Presented for the first time ever at the new Nimbus Arts Center, Nimbus Dance will offer 12 performances of the quirky and lovable adaptation of Tchaikovsky’s timeless classic, which takes place in Jersey City and weaves together themes of magic, adventure, family, and… Continue reading Jersey City Nutcracker Returns LIVE to the Nimbus Arts Center! 

Amazon close to deal for 400K square feet of office space

Amazon is expected to close a deal for office space in New Jersey. Amazon, second-largest Fortune 500 company, is acquiring approximately 400,000 square feet of office space in Harborside on the Jersey City waterfront, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. According to nj.com, Harborside would be attractive to a company like Amazon in need of office space for a… Continue reading Amazon close to deal for 400K square feet of office space

One N.J.’s oldest colleges may shut down

According to nj.com, "Standing before her campus last week, Marcheta Evans knew what she was about to do was incredibly risky. But, she did it anyway. The Bloomfield College President faced a town hall meeting of students and faculty and let the school’s secrets out. The 153-year-old private college is in serious financial trouble, she told the crowd. It… Continue reading One N.J.’s oldest colleges may shut down