Want Somehting Different? Try City Deli

Want Somehting Different? Try City Deli

You’ve had a meal at almost all of the restaurants in Downtown Trenton, but have you stepped into City Deli? You’d be surprised to find such variety on their menu. Everything from Hispanic to Italian— and even some Greek! The best part, it’s all home made.

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The Trenton Circus Squad, From A TCNJ Student's Perspective

The Trenton Circus Squad, From A TCNJ Student's Perspective

With a name that elicits a raise of one’s eyebrow, you would not anticipate all the good this organization has brought to the Trenton area. A truly unique non-profit, the Trenton Circus Squad was co-founded back in 2015 and has seen growth over the years. Currently, the group employs approximately 50 members between the ages of 12 and 18 years. This program is in no way meant to be a circus training school, instead it is a place where the arts of the circus are utilized to teach real life skills.

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A Stroll in South Riverwalk Park

A Stroll in South Riverwalk Park

At the corner of Lamberton and Lalor streets above Route 29 sits 6.5 acres of beauty in the Capital City. South Riverwalk Park offers Trentonians and more a picturesque landscape of Trenton’s riverfront along with playgrounds, pavilions, bikeways and pathways, a historic interpretive area and an urban streetscape.

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Rescue Mission of Trenton holds ribbon cuting ceremony at new home

Rescue Mission of Trenton holds ribbon cuting ceremony at new home

Five homeless women now have a home after the official ribbon-cutting of a rehabbed residence on South Clinton Avenue in Trenton.

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Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series

Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series

The Levitt AMP Trenton Series will enliven the historic Mill Hill neighborhood for the fifth year, filling Mill Hill Park with multi-dimensional arts experiences and the joyous sounds of free, live music. The upcoming series will continue to bring together a richly diverse group of people to enjoy the arts in this underused neighborhood gem, while spurring economic activity and building a culture of community engagement.

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Art All Night

Art All Night

Art All Night - Trenton is a two days arts extravaganza occuring annually on the 3rd weekend in June. AAN encourages any artist of any age, medium or skill level to submit one piece of art to be hung in a gallery-like setting. It is FREE to submit and FREE to attend. The event also features over 40 bands on two stages, interactive events and demo's, food trucks, informative classes and much more!

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Admiring Circle F Lofts

Admiring Circle F Lofts

The city of Trenton is flooded with locations up for rent or sale. Located towards the outer perimeter of the city, Circle F Lofts is a modern living community that provides the perfect atmosphere for all household types giving you the opportunity to be nearly in arm’s length of the fast-paced city, Trenton, while also providing the opportunity for suburban living.

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Trenton Battle Monument

Trenton Battle Monument

Have you had never noticed the massive ivory pillar with that familiar statue placed atop? Located in the heart of Trenton, this symbol shines out from its surroundings as an impressive piece of craftsmanship. However, one may ask why such an impressive structure was placed here of all places. Due to personal curiosity, the answer was uncovered.

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Taste Trenton cooking up city restaurant tour June 7-9

Taste Trenton cooking up city restaurant tour June 7-9

The popular Taste Trenton returns to the capital city for three tasty days — Friday through Sunday, June 7, 8, and 9.

Designed to showcase the variety of Trenton cuisine, coordinators have devised a small-plate, restaurant-crawl-styled event that offers participants the opportunity to sample special deals at the 20 or more participating restaurants.

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The Old Barracks Museum Receives TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

The Old Barracks Museum Receives TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence

The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton, NJ has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. The achievement celebrates businesses that are consistently excellent – having earned great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor by delivering a quality customer experience over the past year.

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Boys and Girls Club new Garden, Outdoor Education & Play space

Boys and Girls Club new Garden, Outdoor Education & Play space

On Tuesday May 14th a cloudy morning turned into a bright afternoon as the sunlight peaked through the rain to shine down on the groundbreaking of the Boys and Girls Club new Garden, Outdoor Education & Play space located at 212 Centre Street in Trenton.

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The Capital City Farmers Market

The Capital City Farmers Market

The Capital City Farmers Market will run every Thursday, May 9 through October 26 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Mill Hill Park located at 165 E. Front Street, Trenton, NJ. Each week the market draws around 4,000 visitors -- workers from the surrounding state/government offices and private businesses, as well as residents and tourists.

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Rain can't stop 97-year-old tradition: Trenton's Great Egg Hunt at Cadwalader Park goes on

Rain can't stop 97-year-old tradition: Trenton's Great Egg Hunt at Cadwalader Park goes on

It's been a tradition since 1923. Despite heavy rains early Saturday, the Great Egg Hunt at Trenton’s historic Cadwalader Park took place as scheduled.

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BRINGING THE FUN BACK TO TRENTON’S WATERFRONT
Money: America’s Superstar Cities

BRINGING THE FUN BACK TO TRENTON’S WATERFRONT Money: America’s Superstar Cities

This summer the Trenton waterfront is getting a major update with the addition of Cooper’s Riverview. The atmosphere promises to be fun and festive while providing a superb dining experience.

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Where You Should Move to Make the Most
Money: America’s Superstar Cities

Where You Should Move to Make the Most Money: America’s Superstar Cities

A tech-driven concentration of talent since the 1980s has helped the rich get richer. But it has also sharpened an urban-rural divide that, some say, threatens growth.

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Trenton ranked No. 18 IT town in nation

Trenton ranked No. 18 IT town in nation

Trenton is ranked the No. 18 Tech Town in the country according to a study released Tuesday by information technology association CompTIA.

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Circle F Lofts Opening Reception

Ajax Management launches Circle F Lofts

Ajax Management hosted an opening reception at Circle F Lofts on October 9, 2018, the newest apartment building in Trenton NJ to offer luxury amenities to residents.

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The new Trenton HS is starting to look like a school

The new Trenton HS is starting to look like a school

Another school year has come to a close, so it's time for a look at the progress of the construction of the new Trenton Central High School, which is scheduled to open its doors to students in the fall of 2019.

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Levitt AMP Music Series Events Schedule

Levitt AMP Music Series Events Schedule

For its fourth year, the Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series will activate Mill Hill Park—an easily-accessible, underused park in the state capital’s historic downtown core—building upon the progress of the past three years, spurring economic activity and community participation, giving people of all backgrounds a place to connect and enliven their community through free, live music.

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Reed Gusciora wins Trenton mayoral election

Reed Gusciora wins Trenton mayoral election

Reed Gusciora defeated Paul Perez in yesterday’s runoff election to become Trenton’s next mayor, according to unofficial results from the Mercer County clerk’s office. Gusciora earned 52 percent of the vote to become mayor-elect. However, only 8,645 people — or about 22 percent — of eligible voters cast their ballot in the June 12 election.

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L.A. Parker: Parklets springing up in Trenton again

L.A. Parker: Parklets springing up in Trenton again

Outdoor dining has again gained interest on Trenton streets as Isles,Inc. reintroduced parklets. A parklet is a sidewalk extension that provides more space and opportunities for people using the street. Parklets may use several parking spaces as is the case at 128 West State Street Café and at Dapper’s Jamaican Restaurant at 254 North Clinton Ave.

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Dr. Bhattacharya Wins the 2018 ACS Outstanding High School Chemistry Teacher Award!

Dr. Bhattacharya Wins the 2018 ACS Outstanding High School Chemistry Teacher Award!

Each year, the American Chemical Society (ACS) recognizes a high school chemistry teacher for innovation in classroom and learning activities. Early in the year, educators from area schools were asked to nominate teachers for the awards. The selection criteria included teaching quality, ability to challenge and inspire students, extracurricular work in chemistry, a willingness to keep up-to-date in the field, evidence of leadership, and/or active involvement within the profession and emphasis on laboratory safety.

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Trenton’s Matthew Olosunde excited to be with USMNT after surprise call up

Trenton’s Matthew Olosunde excited to be with USMNT after surprise call up

Trenton native Matthew Olosunde had just finished up a training session with the reserve team at Manchester United when his phone rang with United States assistant coach Richie Williams on the other line.

Williams called to inform Olosunde that the senior national team was tracking his progress and wanted to invite him to the training camp this week in Philadelphia ahead of a friendly against Bolivia on May 28 in Chester, Pa.

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Trenton mother selected as MCCC’s 2018 commencement student speaker

Trenton mother selected as MCCC’s 2018 commencement student speaker

Latasha White, who is graduating with an A.S. degree in Public Health and will complete her A.S. degree in Nursing in December, will be the student speaker for Mercer County Community College’s commencement ceremony on May 17.

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Couple turns abandoned Trenton property into Jamaican restaurant

Couple turns abandoned Trenton property into Jamaican restaurant

Jacqueline Danvers showcased a commercial piece of Trenton — and a suite of Jamaican cuisine — when she transformed her cooking passion into a full-fledged business this weekend.

“This was an opportunity to fulfill my dream,” Danvers said Saturday during the grand opening of Restaurant 5Oh4, a Caribbean and soul food establishment at 504 N. Clinton Ave. “The space was here.”

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Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series
Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series
Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series

Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series Returns

Now in its fourth year, the Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series presented by the Trenton Downtown Association will build upon its progress, spurring additional economic activity and community participation in the central and accessible Mill Hill Park. The upcoming series will further transform this underused space, giving people of all backgrounds a place to connect and enliven their community through free, live music.

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The Capital City Farmers Market
The Capital City Farmers Market

The Capital City Farmers Market

The 2018 Capital City Farmers Market will be offering locally grown produce, hand-crafted teas, flowers, potted plants, sweet treats, freshly brewed coffee, cold-pressed juices, fresh bread, prepared foods and more! This longtime running market held in the heart of downtown Trenton, Mill Hill Park, is a lunchtime oasis for anyone in the downtown area, workers and residents alike. The market runs for six months and is set to start on Thursday, May 17th and run until October 25th, from 11 am - 2 pm in Historic Mill Hill Park, located at 165 East Front St.

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Trenton Makes: more than garden-variety farmers’ market

Trenton Makes: more than garden-variety farmers’ market

...endeavor to make the market as attractive to the vendors as it is to the customers. Vendors, for example, are offered the opportunity to sell their wares only part of the time and several take advantage of this offer, signing up for weeks rather than months. TDA provides the tents and supplies for the booths and also cleans up after the market’s closing times. Vendors only need to bring their wares and tables.

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Second Saturdays - Family Fun Day at the Old Barracks

Second Saturdays - Family Fun Day at the Old Barracks

Join the Old Barracks Museum for a Family Fun Day, ​the Second Saturday of every month! Children 11 and under will enjoy story-time, scavenger hunts, snacks, ​and activities around the Old Barracks Museum.

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