The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation: Imagine a Better New Jersey

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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

Morris County / Madison

Throughout our half-century of operation, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has endeavored to illuminate the vital resonance and importance of these masterpieces for contemporary audiences through our world class stage productions and high-impact education programs.

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Dodge's Technical Assistance Initiative helps strengthen the infrastructure of non-profit organizations by offering high quality workshops to our grantees focusing on those issues they report concern them the most: leadership, organizational capacity building, board development, fundraising, communication strategies and assessment.

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From the Local News Lab: The Rise of Hands-on Journalism September 21st, 2014 Dodge

Digital journalism has made possible some incredible storytelling in recent years. Visually stunning reports on issues as diverse as gun violence, environmental disasters, and surveillance have brought stories to life on the screen. Increasingly, however, journalists are experimenting with innovations that move journalism off the screen and into people’s hands. Josh Stearns This spring Radi...

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Highlands Festival at Waterloo features non-stop music, history, and family fun September 18th, 2014 Dodge

The Highlands Festival at Waterloo is not only a celebration of the natural resources of the New Jersey Highlands but also the amazing talent of our region’s musicians, artisans, chefs and creative people. For the second year, the New Jersey Highlands Coalition is excited to present the two-day festival, Sept. 20-21, at the historic, picaresque Waterloo Village. We promise it offe...

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