"Newark Revival Wears Orange Along the River"

Perhaps few places in America represent the urban trauma of the 1960s more than this city. Deindustrialization, corruption, suburban flight and calamitous planning gutted its core, tore up neighborhoods and helped fuel rebellion in the streets. The whole toxic environment was encapsulated in the desecration of the Passaic River, which borders Newark. It became a dumping ground for dioxin from the defunct Diamond Shamrock Chemicals Company, which manufactured Agent Orange. Read more..…

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Newark Scores with a Stellar Lineup

LAS VEGAS – The UFC's 10-year run of Super Bowl weekend pay-per-view cards in its home city of Las Vegas apparently will come to an end this winter. The promotion will touch down at the Prudential…

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RUTGERS-NEWARK OUCP PARTNERS WITH TOURISM, ECONOMIC, AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS TO PROV

CONTACT: Rutgers-Newark Office of University-Community Partnerships (973) 353-1630 rherts@newark.rutgers.edu RUTGERS-NEWARK OUCP PARTNERS WITH TOURISM, ECONOMIC, AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS TO PROVIDE WORLDHOST VISITOR SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM Newark, New Jersey – July 1, 2013 – On Thursday, June 27, 2013, the Office of University-Community Partnerships (OUCP) at Rutgers-Newark hosted and facilitated the inaugural workshop of Rutgers-Newark/WorldHost Visitor Service Training Program. The all-day workshop session was held in…

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