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Newark Academy Arts Department presents The Laramie Project

Cast of the Laramie Project show to welcome Cathy Renna Newark Academy’s Arts Department presents The Laramie Project as this year’s fall drama on November...

Networking With Style is for everyone

Like many great ideas, it started over a couple of drinks Tom Callahan and Brian Blatz, two businesspeople who met through networking events and worked...

Most Americans don’t care about coworkers’ sexuality and gender expression

Those 75 and up are the most accepting of LGBT coworkers A new study says that a majority of Americans (55 percent) have no preferences...

Community gathers to celebrate the life of Charlie Gurrera

Charlie GurreraWhen people think of Asbury Park, they think of the boardwalk, The Beach Bar, Paradise, Convention Hall, and the gorgeous beaches. On the other side of Asbury Park, Charlie Gurrera was turning Georgies into an Asbury Park tradition, the true "Cheers" of the neighborhood.

Mayor Reed Gusciora spreads Holiday cheer in Trenton

Although it was cold outside, there was a lot of warmth to go around in Trenton. On Wednesday, December 5, 2018, Trenton’s newly elected...

Chick-Fil-A restaurant will not open on the Rider University campus

Restaurants corporate values have not sufficiently progressed Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ sent a survey to students during the spring semester, asking them which...

Pride and Protection

Dylan from "Maked Boys Singing" on the Asbury Park North Beach in 2012. Photo by Alina Oswald.Pride month is filled with fun, there are lots of sights to take in, pool parties and outdoor events to attend. Most likely the one thing, or two things that won't be on your mind while you are frolicking in the parade are your eyes. People don't think about their eyes until there is something wrong with them, and then it can be to late, and that's why you need to wear protection, yes, down there, but right now I am talking about a little further north, your eyes.

Transgender People are invisible in most data surveys says new report

Trans symbolTransgender people and other gender minorities have long been an invisible group in population- based surveys says a recent report. Due to a lack of data they are also under- represented says the GenIUSS Group.

“Out and About for Business” networking event in Lambertville Station

NJ LGBT Chamber of Commerce and New Hope Celebrates are co-hosts for Lambertville event The Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce, the NJ LGBT Chamber...

Alice Liou of Edison is a winner of a Point Foundation...

The Point Foundation announced 2018 college scholarship winners. And New Jersey resident Alice Liou is among them. Liou is working on Social Studies/Education; Ph.D;...
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