Must-See on NJTV: Newark Mayoral Candidates on NJ Capitol Report; Bebe Neuwirth on TAP & more

Posted 4/15/2014



Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm

 Tonight, news from across the state, including (subject to change):

  • Tax day in New Jersey
  • Michael Aron returns with coverage of Gov. Chris Christie’s Town Hall in Somerset
  • An interview with New Jersey Charter Schools Association President and CEO Carlos Perez
  • An interview with Acting State Comptroller Marc Larkins about New Jersey municipalities improperly padding executive salaries
  • A refurbished helicopter from the Vietnam War arrives at the Vietnam Era Museum in Holmdel

 Click here to watch tonight’s program & get more news at NJTV News with Mike Schneider online



A New Jersey Capitol Report special

Wednesday, 4/16 at 8pm  

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production


This special half hour of New Jersey Capitol Report, “Newark at a Crossroads,” goes in-depth with the two candidates for mayor of Newark:

Ras Baraka talks about how economic development will help reduce crime in Newark and which educational reforms really work;

Shavar Jeffries
, describes how he would improve Newark by reducing the murder rate and taking a zero tolerance approach to gangs.



Thursday, 4/17 at 7pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

Tim McLoone, Owner, McLoone’s Restaurants offers tips and tools to having a successful business and why philanthropy is so important to him, his family and his staff.

Thomas P. Weatherall, President & CEO, Make-A-Wish New Jersey and Sarah Stover, Make-A-Wish Recipient talk about Sarah’s unique wish, which was to give back to an organization that is helping to educate young girls in Africa.


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Saturday, 4/19 at 6:30pm; Sunday, 4/20 at 10am


On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political news-makers and Trenton headline discussion. While Michael Aron is on medical leave, NJTV welcomes guest host  Marie DeNoia Aronsohn to the program. This week, encore discussion about Human Trafficking with FBI special agent Vern Addison and assistant NJ attorney general Tracy Thompson.


This week’s On The Record also offers a segment of Governors’ Perspectives with Kent Manahanfeaturing discussion about getting NJ’s economy in gear with former Governors Tom Kean & Brendan Byrne.

Learn more about On The Record here


Sunday, 4/20 at 11am; Wednesday, 4/23 at 8pm

Maddie Orton talks to stage and TV star Bebe Neuwirth, whose fame stretches from Cheers to Chicago on Broadway.

Plus, the symphony takes on a movie classic and a ballet company puts its spin on gym class for hundreds of New Jersey students.


Saturday, 4/19 at 2pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

F. Michael Giles, JSC, Board Member of the New Jersey Sharing Network Foundation and family member of an organ donor talks about the importance of organ donation and how his late son saved many lives by being an organ donor.

Paige Dellavalle, Jersey Girl and the Co-Owner & Designer of Stella Valle talks about her unique jewelry line and how it reflects her military background.

Ariel Valenti, Burlington County District Manager and Assistant VP, Wells Fargo discusses the importance of hiring military veterans and the skills this population brings to the corporate world.



Saturday, 4/19 at 12pm; Sunday, April 20 at 8:30am & 11:30am 

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

 The Special Olympics USA games will be hosted by New Jersey during June of 2014. 3500 athletes will compete in 16 sports with the support of thousands of people.

Michael Strusiak, NJ Sharing Network Volunteer and Transplant Recipient, was in failing health with renal cancer six years ago before receiving a kidney and pancreas transplant. Michael received his donated organs from Kristen O’Hara, a high school student who was killed in a car accident. Her legacy lives on in Mike and all the recipients whose lives Kristen has touched.

 Mitsu Yasukawa / The Star Ledger


Sunday, 4/20 at 8pm 

 Painters of the Jersey Shore, the Art of the South Jersey Duck Decoy, Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company

“Coastal Impressions: Painters of the Jersey Shore, 1880-1940” brought together a group of rarely seen artists in an exhibition at Morven Museum & Garden…

State of the Arts visits iconic spots along the state’s coastline for a look at what has changed and what hasn’t .

David Billig, 23, of Seaville, shows “great promise” as a traditional duck decoy carver, says his mentor Jamie Hand. State of the Arts visits the carvers in Cape May County to get a firsthand look at a traditional art form that is truly native to South Jersey.

The renowned Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company, based in New Jersey for over 30 years. State of the Arts marks the occasion with a behind-the-scenes look at the company in rehearsals, a conversation with artistic director and choreographer Carolyn Dorfman, and excerpts from recent works.

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20071115MY 1/5 This is for IAMNJ. Portrait of Carolyn Dorfman, the artistic director of the Union-based modern dance company, during a rehearsal at Joys Soho in Manhattan on 11/15/07. Mitsu Yasukawa / The Star Ledger