Loew’s Jersey Theatre Shuts Down For $72 Million Renovation
The historic facility in Jersey City will be closed for several years.
Jazz and Cocktails Coming to Provost Listening Room in Jersey City
A new business hosting their first performance this weekend will be bringing jazz LPs, small plates, and live music to the Powerhouse Arts District.
Artist Paula Scher Responds to NJPAC’s Plans to Destroy Her Famous Mural
Last month, NJPAC appeared before Newark’s historic preservation commission to plead its case for demolishing a protected landmark. They even hired an expert to badmouth a famous mural that NJPAC had originally commissioned and praised.
Will a New Performing Arts Center Anchor Asbury Park’s West Side?
Plans for a performance venue presented earlier this year have been scraped by the city, but a new music and arts hall could still be coming to Springwood Avenue.
Menorah Lighting This Sunday, #LightOverDarkness Mural Honors Jersey City Shooting Victims
Join us at the SW corner of 575 Manila Avenue, this Sunday at 5:30PM for a Hanukkah menorah lighting. The community is also invited to write positive messages, mitzvahs, and prayers on a new interactive mural.
Green Villain Bringing Back the Funk with Block Party
Saturday, July 21, at Hudson Exchange West in Downtown Jersey City, Green Villain will host a Block Party complete with live painting, music, and food.
Jersey City Agency Plans to Pay French Lawyers for Pompidou Project Services
A law firm in Paris could receive thousands of dollars from a Jersey City agency.
Jerseyscapes Art Exhibit will Highlight Local Landscapes and ‘People-Scapes’
Twenty artists will display visual art depicting scenes around the Garden State in an exhibit at New Jersey City University.
Paterson Millionaire Catholina Lambert Unknowingly Owned Painting by Da Vinci
One of Paterson’s wealthiest residents unknowingly owned a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Bridge Arts Festival Brings Contemporary Culture To Bayonne September 9th
The Bridge Arts Festival comes to Bayonne on Saturday, September 9th for a day of culture, music, dance, and arts at the Dennis P. Collins Park.