Dinosaur Bar-B-Que's: HONEY HUSH CORN BREAD Any Southern cookin' conjures up corn bread. Ours is sweet and mellow and goes great with the tanginess of our bar-b-que. 1¼ cups yellow cornmeal ¼ cup sugar…Continue Reading
Posts from: January 2014
"As the excitement continues to build for Super Sunday, football fans are starting to recognize the extra special flavor of having it in the New Jersey and New York City region," stated Michael Davidson, executive director of the Greater Newark Convention and Visitors Bureau. "Over 400,000 football fans are expected to attend game week activities, travelling to and from different events. Using YILLIO, fans will have a unique way to search for local restaurants, shopping, gas and other points of interests."…Continue Reading
After Media Day on Jan. 28, Newark Museum hosts Newark's Largest Indoor Tailgate. The party will have food, drink, and a view of the original Vince Lombardi trophy from 1967 as part of the museum's exhibition "City of Silver and Gold: From Tiffany to Cartier" (running till March 30). Co-presenting are NJ.com and The Star-Ledger. There will be sports photos from The Star-Ledger at the museum and a visit from David Robinson, Hall of Famer and former player for the Green Bay Packers, who got the trophy after the team emerged victorious at the…Continue Reading
"New Work: Newark in 3-D," a six-minute film by Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno originally commissioned by the Newark Museum as part of its 2009 centennial celebration, is currently showing in two locations in Terminal B. It was inspired by Charles Sheeler and Paul Strand's 1921 avant-garde film "Manhatta" (with intertitles from Walt Whitman) and features black-and-white images of Newark shot from unusual vantage points, including the roof of the airport, unfurling against a soundtrack of spoken-word poetry and music by artists based in…Continue Reading
NJTV's American Songbook at NJPAC premieres on public television throughout Tri-State area this Jan.
NEWARK, NJ -American Songbook at NJPAC, a new music performance series from NJTV, New Jersey's public television network, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), will be broadcast throughout the tri-state area on NJTV and WNET affiliates beginning this January. The six-part series, taped before a live audience at NJPAC's Victoria Theater, features performances from eight stars of stage, screen and concert halls: Tom Wopat, Valerie Simpson, Rebecca Luker, Sandy Stewart and Bill Charlap, Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley, and Maude…Continue Reading
NEWARK — Artisans specializing in precious metals largely left this city decades ago, and their buildings have been razed, renovated beyond recognition or converted into apartment complexes with names like Tiffany Manor. But their products have been briefly reunited for “City of Silver and Gold From Tiffany to Cartier,” an exhibition opening on Wednesday at the Newark Museum. A 1967 National Football League trophy has been improbably positioned between Tiffany candelabra and pitchers that were exhibited at world’s fairs in the early 1900s. The…Continue Reading