Tag Archives: Atlantic City

NJ Platform: Growing Stories from the Grassroots in South Jersey

Posted on by Milena Velis, Media Mobilizing Project

At Media Mobilizing Project, we always say movements begin with the telling of untold stories. Based in Philadelphia for 10 years, we’ve begun branching out into South Jersey — mainly Camden and Atlantic City — to build a broader community of … Continue reading

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6 Lessons Learned in 6 Months of News Voices: New Jersey

Posted on by Fiona Morgan and Mike Rispoli, Free Press

Engagement is a big buzzword in journalism today. News outlets across the U.S. are hiring “engagement editors,” employers encourage journalists to interact with readers online and through story comments, and new tools are constantly being developed to help newsrooms better reach their audiences. All of … Continue reading

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In Atlantic City, Creative Ideas Take Hold

Posted on by Kacy O’Brien, Creative New Jersey

This week I had the privilege of sitting in on two meetings that are an outgrowth of the community connections and action plans formed during February’s Creative Atlantic City Call to Collaboration. Not surprisingly, the issues raised by our participants … Continue reading

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Creative New Jersey: Catch the Wave of Atlantic City’s Creative Spirit

Posted on by Elizabeth Murphy, Director, Creative New Jersey

Atlantic City and its iconic boardwalk has been one of New Jersey’s – and the East Coast’s – greatest attractions, and has long inspired its residents and visitors. However today, Atlantic City is facing myriad challenges amidst a rapidly changing … Continue reading

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Atlantic City: A First And Last Resort?

Posted on by By Ann Marie Miller, ArtPride

As state and local leaders convene in Atlantic City today to discuss the city’s fate in light of falling casino revenues and increasing casino closures, they should be reminded of recent investments in its arts and culture that are already … Continue reading

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