On this month's edition of Newark Today host Michael Hill is joined by Mayor Ras Baraka and Acting Director of Water and Sewer Utilities Kareem Adeem, to talk about the future of Newark's water, and the city's push to replace all its lead service lines, as New Jersey's largest city continues to address its ongoing water crisis.
In his new play (A)loft Modulation, playwright James Jorsling brings to life 821 Sixth Avenue as it was during the 1950s and '60s, a time when musicians and others would be up until the wee hours.
Jorsling takes us to a dilapidated five-floor walk-up loft in Manhattan's seedy flower district. It's there where the magic happens. Inspired by true events, (A)loft Modulation is directed by Christopher McElroen with this off-Broadway world premiere featuring a live jazz band led by saxophonist Jonathan Beshay.
Companies that had been sued for workplace issues or were facing regulatory penalties still routinely received tax incentive awards from New Jersey, according to one of the top legal officials at the state’s Economic Development Authority.
Marcus Saldutti, senior legislative officer at the regulatory body, made the comments Thursday during the fourth public meeting of a task force set up to look into the state’s $11 billion tax break system.