Lior Space has created the Kidprenuer Marketplace exclusively for NJKW and will be the host for the kidprenuers and vendors NEW YORK , AND NEWARK, NJ, UNITED STATES, August 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- New Jersey Kids Fashion Week (NJKFW) and KidZNewswire (KDZN) are pleased to announce their partnership for the upcoming fashion show on Saturday,September 22, 2018. The companies will collaborate to deliver media services to participants and attendees. KidZNewswire will provide press release distribution services to sponsors, vendors and models participating in the event. Both companies are solely focused on children so it made sense to team up to bring awareness to issues affecting children as well as highlight child oriented businesses. Fashion and media collaborate to bring awareness to the plight of children in the community. “We are so excited to be doing a Kidprenuer Marketplace in collaboration with our sister and lady boss Josie Payoute. It's going to be an amazing … [Read more...] about New Jersey Kids Fashion Week and KidZNewswire Announce Media Partnership
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Despite the fact that Gov. Phil Murphy has said he will not seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, he is on a roll, living up to his campaign promise to introduce an aggressive progressive agenda after eight years under the utterly non-progressive Gov. Christopher Christie.Murphy’s support in key progressive pockets like Hudson County helped him win against Republican Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. But it was not his progressive agenda that brought him victory. It was the fact that he was not Chris Christie.New Jersey is really not a progressive state, despite its tendency to vote Democratic in national elections and sometimes elect Democrats as governor.The election of Republican governors like Christie in 2009, Christine Whitman in 1993, and Tom Kean in 1981 all attest to the unpredictability of the state’s voting base, something Murphy needs to be concerned with as he plunges ahead with new taxes.Taxes mean more to New Jersey voters than a progressive agenda. … [Read more...] about New Jersey is not a progressive state
Monsy Alvarado NorthJersey.com | The Record Published 8:18 p.m. UTC Aug 6, 2018 The spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement in New Jersey has edited and written articles for anti-Muslim groups, including one that the Southern Poverty Law Center has described as the largest of its kind in the nation. Emilio K. Dabul, who is in charge of providing information on ICE activities in New Jersey to the media, was an editor for ACT for America, according to an editorial in The Star-Ledger. "ACT for America is listed as an anti-Muslim hate group because it pushes wild anti-Muslim conspiracy theories, denigrates American Muslims and deliberately conflates mainstream and radical Islam,'' according to information in the Southern Poverty Law Center website. Dabul, who has described himself as an Arab-American and a descendant of Syrian-Muslims, referred all questions to Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in Washington, which he said could provide … [Read more...] about ICE spokesman in New Jersey has written for anti-Muslim groups
Unless you live in a bomb shelter and have canceled your cable TV and internet services, you’ve heard that the newspaper business has run aground. Advertising revenue is down 67 percent since 2005, and as panicked publishers shutter newspapers, reduce the number of days they publish, lay off journalists and cut local coverage to balance their books, the likelihood that great swaths of the country will become “news deserts,” devoid of accountability reports on government and corporations, have grown. The state of New Jersey thinks it’s found the secret to making the desert bloom: A $5 million subsidy for a university-led consortium that will dispense grants for local news coverage. “Never before has a state taken the lead to address the growing crisis in local news,” said Mike Rispoli of the Free Press Action Fund, the advocacy group that advanced the consortium idea. “Trustworthy local journalism is the lifeblood of democracy; it allows people … [Read more...] about The State of New Jersey Wants to Subsidize News. Uh-oh.
Jim Walsh Cherry Hill Courier-Post Published 2:41 p.m. UTC Jun 20, 2018 TRENTON – Some South Jersey firms “have helped spawn an endless cycle of theft” by purchasing scrap metal and other goods stolen by people seeking drug money, a watchdog agency said Tuesday. The State Commission of Investigation expressed hope its report would spur regulatory changes for companies that serve "as de facto cash machines for addicts." It said the crackdown could include limits on cash transactions, increased security measures and a new role for New Jersey State Police in licensing scrap yards and secondhand goods stores. But the 70-page report prompted strong objections from businesses named by the SCI, with several merchants insisting they were the victim of unfair smears. More: Listen: 911 calls from Deptford police shooting More: Men beat murder charges in two Camden cases "I’m very upset," said Fred VanGeldren, who operates Sgt. Scrap, a metal recycler in Haddon … [Read more...] about NJ Report: South Jersey firms profit from opioid crisis