The Fresh Start program, currently in six New Jersey libraries, aims to connect the formerly incarcerated with tools to keep them out from behind bars.
Correspondent Raven Santana caught up with the two Jersey girls, Pearl Gabel and Megan Coyne, behind the infamous memes and tweets gone viral on the state’s official twitter account.
Leah Mishkin looks at how the idea behind 3D sidewalks made its way from India and Iceland to New Jersey.
Middle school students from The Elisabeth Morrow School visited and played music for the seniors at the Bergen Family Center in Englewood.
After over 50% of people surveyed had a general lack of knowledge about the museum's focus, the Newark Museum has changed its name to The Newark Museum of Art.
The media students at West New York’s Memorial High School will be the first New Jersey students to take part in a mentorship experience that teaches the ins and outs of filmmaking.
At the intersection of art and science, one Rutgers University-Camden professor has collaborated with students to create a "plastomach" — a plastic-eating stomach sculpture.
Serving as a reminder of the past and an opportunity to heal, a Monmouth University professor is capturing the voices and perspectives of those affected by Superstorm Sandy through a new art exhibit.
At the Hayes Park Recreation Center, which is free for all residents seven and up, the girls do everything together, from homework to yoga and even dance in a competitive stepping team.
The Monmouth County Historical Association opened an exhibit on Bruce Springsteen that contains over 150 items, from rare concert posters to articles of clothing from past shows.
The governor was in Paramus to celebrate 100% of New Jersey public schools offering arts programs.
The 23-story tower at Livingston Avenue and George Street is the home of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, and hundreds were on hand this week for its official opening.
Newark joins the list of metropolitan entertainment epicenters to host the MTV Video Music Awards.
From Nelson Mandela, to composer and instrumentalist Fela Kuti, to education activist and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, student participants in the program have chosen a number of iconic ...