The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place.
Condo owners at the nearby Mandalay on the Hudson are claiming the 1,998-unit proposal would enrich developers “at the expense of residents' safety and quality of life.”
The 95-year-old venue forms seven-member, volunteer-based body with Black executives from Goldman Sachs, Facebook, and AllianceBernstein.
A non-profit that was launched to help businesses in the Mile Square City cope with the financial impact of coronavirus is having their third digital fundraiser later this week with Yo La Tengo headlining the festivities.
The city will be partnering with Newark-based AeroFarms on the endeavor, which will create ten farming sites that aim to annually produce 19,000 pounds of produce available free to residents.
Dozens of craft beer companies from Little Ferry to Cape May are finding creative ways to give back while keep themselves and the restaurant industry afloat in a tough environment.
Downtown pick-up and delivery-only restaurant Ghost Truck Kitchen has transformed Tuesdays into a Day of Giving, feeding the frontline workers at Jersey City Medical Center.
Jersey City restaurants and volunteers organized as fast as you can say bon appetit to feed the community’s seniors affected by Coronavirus social distancing.
The company is working with World Central Kitchen and chef Marcus Samuelsson to provide meals for those in need and help food service workers earn steady paychecks amid COVID-19 restrictions.
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.