The Center for Latino Arts and Culture at Rutgers, the State University and the New Brunswick Free Public Library are hosting an exhibition going on now through October 25, 2013. Produced by the Centro Académico y Cultural San Pablo in Oaxaca, Mexico, the … Continued
Reminder: There will be no garbage pick up on Monday due to the Columbus Day holiday. City and County offices will also be closed on Monday, October 14 for the holiday.
Rutgers University students will be available today, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the library’s Carl T. Valenti Community Room to provide hands-on assistance on selecting, checking out and downloading eBooks and audio books from eLibraryNJ.com to PCs, iPads, iPhones, Kindles and … Continued
This past Sunday’s Ciclovia was for everyone to take advantage of the City’s streets in creative ways. Residents, Mayor Cahill, and Ciclovia-Founder Gil Peñalosa enjoyed the day which also featured activity stations, bike give-a-ways, and community camaraderie!
New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill and Fukui Mayor Shinichi Higashimura signed the Sister Cities Covenant Reaffirmation today affirming their 30-year Sister Cities relationship.
On behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, here’s an invitation to you to a special film showing of Girl Rising! October 11th is the International Day of the Girl – recognizing girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around … Continued
A 2-hour workshop of “5-Keys for Happy, Healthy Family Eating” is offered to help parents worrying about their children’s eating habits, including picky eating, over eating, and avoidance of fruits and vegetables, in the Carl T. Valenti Community Room of … Continued
New Brunswick Jazz Festival to Feature More Artists, More Stages Four of the hottest names in contemporary jazz and R&B–Phil Perry, Bob Baldwin, Euge Groove and 2012 Grammy Award Winner, Robert Glasper–will headline the 9th Annual New Brunswick Jazz Festival … Continued