A monthly, one-hour, live call-in program focusing on social, economic and political topics pertaining to Newark.
The Newark Police and civil liberties at a crossroads. On the next Newark Today, we'll be joined by Udi Ofer, the head of the ACLU of New Jersey, and one council member who's fought hard for reforms at the police department, Councilman Ron Rice. We'll be talking about stop and frisk, a possible federal monitor for the Newark P.D. and the state of civil liberties in Newark. Get ready for a conversation between you and the people making a difference in Newark and beyond. Andrew Meyer is your host for the next Newark Today, Thursday, March 13 at 8pm.
Melba Wilson is the comfort food queen of New York City. Her Harlem restaurant, Melba's, is an international destination for soul food aficionadoes. She learned the food business from her late aunt, Sylvia, who owned, Sylvia's the legendary restaurant.
Weequahic High School linebacker and running back Sidney Gopre is headed to Rutgers to play football in the fall. Gopre and his high school coach Brian Logan join host Doug Doyle to talk about Sidney's inspirational rise to the top.