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Rutgers Day Celebrations on All Three Campuses Statewide

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On Saturday, April 30 from 10am-4pm, Rutgers University invites New Jersey residents of all ages to join in the annual Rutgers Day celebration.

As part of the yearlong celebration for the university’s 250th anniversary, all three campuses–Camden, New Brunswick and Newark–will host interactive programming and activities for those who attend.

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Friends of New Brunswick Library Host Annual Book Sale

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On April 15 and April 16, the New Brunswick Free Public Library (NBFPL) will be hosting their annual book sale at their location at 60 Livingston Avenue.

The Library’s book sale is an annual event that takes place each April, and is organized by The Friends of the New Brunswick Public Library, an organization whose mission is to “encourage library awareness, promote use of the library, and encourage reading and life-long learning."

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Alternate Side Parking Rules in Effect From April Through October

Last year, we asked our readers to submit questions using a new online platform called NBToday Listens.  One anonymous reader asked us, "Why is alternate side street parking a thing?"  Here is our answer.

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—The city of New Brunswick uses a system known as "alternate side parking," which requires residents and visitors to refrain from parking vehicles one half of each street for a few hours every week, according to the times posted on signage around the city.

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Corefest Brings Underground Bands to Cook Campus

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—On April 2, Piscataway-based radio station 90.3 The Core invites students and other local residents to attend their 5th annual music festival, this time at the Rutgers University Cook Student Center at 2:30pm.

The event, " Corefest," will take place at 59 Biel Road where students may purchase tickets for $10 with Rutgers ID and regular tickets will be sold for $15.