Tag Archives: New Jersey

Creative Escapes in the Garden State

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

Keep Your Creativity Alive Over the Summer Essex County This creative escape takes you to Newark, a city near and dear to our hearts.  Head there this coming Thursday July 10th, when The Dodge Poetry Festival will begin a series … Continue reading

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Are Journalists the Unhappiest People on Earth?

Posted on by By Debbie Galant, Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State

In just the last few days, the bodies of the three kidnapped Israeli teenagers were found in the West Bank, a teenager from Livingston was gunned down in West Orange and another teenager leaving a party in Maplewood was shot … Continue reading

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Creative Escapes in the Garden State

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

Keep Your Creativity Alive Over the Summer Now that summer is coming, and for teachers the school year is winding down…how are you planning to refresh your creativity this summer?  We’ve got some suggestions for day-trips that can spark your … Continue reading

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How Do You Build a Truly Creative Community?

Posted on by Donna Drewes, Sustainable Jersey

It’s not surprising, but the places we want to live in are the ones that have embraced and fostered creativity and sustainability. When asked about the qualities that people want in a region, they are experiential; we want a mix … Continue reading

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Hack Jersey: Celebrating Creativity in Journalism

Posted on by Debbie Galant, Director, NJ News Commons

The decline of the American newspaper is generally seen as a tragedy of modern journalism. The villain in the story is the internet, that great disruptor — which, by the way, has disrupted the businesses of book publishing, real estate, … Continue reading

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