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Celebrate Black History Month with the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance

A free film screening will mark the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance’s fourth annual celebration of Black History Month in the City of New Brunswick. At 6 p.m. Thursday, February 25, the Alliance will screen “The Changing Face of Harlem” at Crossroads Theatre Company, 7 Livingston Avenue, followed by a community discussion about the film. […]

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English Conversation Cafes to Begin in February at the Library

The New Brunswick Free Public Library and The Conversation Tree: Community-Based Language Partnerships will continue to provide English Conversation Cafes, beginning in February 2016, one of which will have childcare programming provided by Harmony Family Success Center at the Puerto Rican Action Board. The English Conversation Cafe is an informal conversation group for community members over […]

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Be Selfless, Be Sustainable – Honoring New Brunswick’s Green and Clean Initiatives

It’s the season of giving and the perfect time to take a look back and reflect on what we’ve done and where we want to go. On November 17th, at the Sustainable Jersey Luncheon at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities, New Brunswick accepted their very first Sustainable Jersey Certification on stage before hundreds of […]

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The Hub City and a Collaborative Course: Connecting Students and Citizens

On Wednesday evening, Mayor Jim Cahill visited the Advancing Community Development class on Busch campus to have a discussion with college students studying ways to impact their communities. This Rutgers University course looks to bridge two communities that go hand-in-hand; the University and the City. Although the University calls New Brunswick home, it can be […]

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Cultural Ambassador Candidates Sought to Represent New Brunswick in Japan

The New Brunswick Sister Cities Association currently seeks candidates with interests in Japanese culture to apply for a position as an International Cultural Ambassador to Fukui City in Japan. The City of New Brunswick and Fukui City have been joined together through the international Sister Cities program for 32 years. As part of the program, […]

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Middlesex County Seeks Young Artists’ Interpretations of Recycling for Fall Contest

The Middlesex County Improvement Authority is looking for the next great young artist to pep up the cover of its 2016 online recycling brochure. As of Oct. 1, the MCIA’s Recycling Division is opening up an art contest to all Middlesex County youth, fifth grade and younger, who are interested in sharing their talents with […]

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