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Free ESL Classes at Several Locations in Hub City
November 10, 2013
Thursday Nov. 14 at Crossroads Theatre: "A Film That Should Make You Furious"
November 10, 2013
Students, Alumni, and Faculty Honor Tyler Clementi's Legacy and Struggle of LGBTQ Community
November 5, 2013
New Chain Expands to Northeast, Beginning With New Brunswick
November 4, 2013
A Local Oaxacan-Mexican Cultural Center Sponsors Three Holiday Events
October 31, 2013
"I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway By Tucker Max" written by Christopher Carter Sanderson will be at the George Street Playhouse
October 30, 2013
Absent a Process to Fund Public Art, Cahill Steers $10K to Proposed Monument
October 23, 2013
ArtWorks and St. Peter's Split Cost of New Custom-Built "Art Cart"
October 22, 2013
There are only two weeks left of the New Jersey Blues & Jazz Festival!
October 17, 2013
New Hillel House to Be Built on Rutgers Parking Lot in Complicated Land Swap
October 15, 2013
Are You Down to Earth? Check Out The Free Exhibit This Month.
October 14, 2013
Old Bay, Suydam Farms, and Mike's Courtside each Hosting Events for Beer Drinking Festival
October 13, 2013
Nearly 100 People Turned Out For Candlelight Vigil Thursday on Douglass Campus
October 5, 2013
Multiple Free Events Celebrate Jazz Music at Restaurants on Saturday Leading Into Big Show at Hyatt on Sunday
October 4, 2013
Shinichi Higashimura, Mayor of Fukui, Japan, Will Visit the Hub City October 8-11
October 3, 2013
Museum on Rutgers Campus is Free For Students, $6 General Admission
October 1, 2013
Rutgers University Program Association Organizes Hip-Hop Show For Students
September 26, 2013
34th Annual Environmental Festival Features Duck Race That Benefits Kids with Brain Cancer
September 26, 2013
Brunswick-Based Burlesque Show Blends Art, Dance, Comedy, and Music
September 21, 2013
Festival at Monument Square on Saturday and in Downtown Somerville on Sunday
September 13, 2013
2nd Annual Near Enemy Festival Starts at 7:30PM This Saturday
September 7, 2013
Mario Vargas Remains on Boards For NJ School Development Authority & Robert Wood Johnson Univ. Hospital
September 3, 2013
Hub City Sounds Outdoor Music Series Continues with coLAB Arts Events
September 2, 2013
Over 500 Children and 43 Adults Participated in Summer Reading Programs
September 2, 2013
Mother and Two Children Injured as Their Range Rover Crashed on Route 27
August 26, 2013
28-Day Bicylcle Trip to Disney World Helped Raise Funds for Embrace Kids Foundation
August 24, 2013
Construction Begins on New $84 Million, 16-Story Privatized Dormitory Building
August 19, 2013
Modified Plans Call For Trucks to be Scattered Across New Brunswick and Piscataway, No More Than Two Trucks in Any One Location
August 9, 2013
Second Annual Arts, Music, and Dance Festival Returns to Boyd Park and Other Venues
August 7, 2013
Saturday July 27 Will Mark End of Popular "Restaurant Week" Promotion
July 22, 2013
Several Movies and Events to be Screened on 46-Foot Screen
July 22, 2013
Rutgers Hillel Approved to Build New Mansion on College Ave. Including Cafe, Library, Dining Area
July 11, 2013
7pm Tonight: Memorial Benefit Concert for Sirjode Caracter at Mt. Calvary Missionary Church
July 5, 2013
Fireworks, Live Reading of Declaration, Free Film Screening and More in New Brunswick on Sunday July 7!
July 4, 2013
United Church of Christ Hosted More Than 60 Individuals at Community Forum
July 1, 2013
Richard Phoenix of the NJ Radio Museum Speaks at Library on Early Beginnings of Radio
July 1, 2013
New Brunswick Location of Highland Park Favorite Expected to Be a Hit
June 26, 2013
Dr. Hooshang Amirahmadi, a Professor at the Bloustein School, has now ran twice to be President of Iran.
June 18, 2013
Outdoor Dining Available at Many of Hub City's Best Restaurants
June 14, 2013
President of NJ Radio Museum Will Discuss Evolution of Radio Saturday at 2pm
June 14, 2013
Gala Fundraiser Held at The Palace in Somerset
June 12, 2013
Annual Event Took Place June 1 Along Somerset and Plum Streets
June 6, 2013
Judith Krall-Russo Will speak at the Public Library Wednesday at 1:30pm
June 4, 2013
Hisani P. Dubose to Speak in Henry Guest House Monday at 3pm
June 2, 2013
Before the Grease Trucks, Route 18, or Globalization...
June 2, 2013
City of New Brunswick Remains Epicenter of Regional Hungarian Community
May 31, 2013
Ciclovia, a Popular Tradition Started in Colombia, Is Coming to the Hub City For First Time Ever
May 23, 2013
Annual Week-long Protest Focuses on State Funding For Higher Education, Equal Tuition For Immigrants
May 4, 2013
A Unique Event Taking Place in The Basement of New Brunswick's Oldest Restaurant
April 25, 2013