Please be advised that Wilson Avenue between Ferry Street to Jabez Street is going to be closed for milling and paving. Starting this Thursday, September 11 and 12 , 2014 from 12 noon to 10:00 PM and paving schedule will be Monday, September 15 and 16, 2014 if weather permitting. Any emergency vehicle will allow to go through the construction area.
Newark's Jazz Station picks fourth President in its 35-year history
The Board of Trustees of Newark Public Radio, Inc., licensor of the nationally regarded NPR jazz public radio station WBGO, has promoted Amy Niles, 54, to be its President and CEO. Her appointment was announced by Stephen N. Ifshin, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
“Amy has the leadership skills and dedication to guide WBGO and fulfill its mission as the global voice of jazz,” said Ifshin.
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By Becky Krystal July 10
The Washington Post
I’ve never been to Portugal. Nor had I ever been to Newark, unless you count being stuck on the New Jersey Turnpike directly beneath the flight path for Newark Liberty International Airport.
I’d always wanted to go to one more than the other (I’ll let you guess which is which), but then I learned that I could visit both in one visit to the New Jersey city. Who knew?
Pete Genovese, Star Ledger/NJ.com
June 20, 2014
Probably no other food neighborhood in the nation is as easily accessible by public transportation as the Ironbound.
Take the train to Newark, walk out of the station and you're there.
With nearly 200 restaurants, bakeries, cafes and specialty food markets to sample.
Dozens of locations throughout the Ironbound District will provide the best places to watch this year's World Cup matches outside of Brazil! Click Here for an Ironbound Dining Directory.
Click Here for a full schedule of the games
(left to right) Michael Davidson, Executive Director of the Greater Newark Convention and Visitors Bureau looks on as IBID President Steve Yglesias speaks at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Tourist Assistance Portal at Newark Penn Station, along with Newark Mayor Luis Quintana. The IBID helped fund the new portal, which provides information about the Ironbound District and the other great things Newark has to offer at a touch of the screen, and contributed content and images to the portal's design.
AAA members trust the information and recommendations provided through the club’s TourBooks®, magazines, websites and more when it comes to the best places to eat, shop and stay when they are traveling for business or pleasure. Based on the experience of several club representatives from AAA New Jersey Automobile Club, a division of AAA Southern New England, during a visit to Newark’s Ironbound District, members may soon be learning more about the area’s renowned restaurants, international shopping and old world ambiance; all just minutes away from Newark Liberty International Airport, New York City and the Meadowlands Sports Complex.