Told through a compilation of stories, poems, songs, and narratives, the show sets out to invoke a hard discussion about who and what “America” really is.
For all of its history, Jersey City has been a conduit for transport between NYC and the rest of the country. Over time, the logistics of transportation has changed leaving artifacts of a bygone era all over the city. Now the long forgotten Bergen Arches are the subject of a proposed community-based redevelopment project led by local residents and activists.
As I walk around the area, I see and meet lots of people. Some are new transplants, some have been here for decades and some are born and raised. I wanted to find out their thoughts on the area so I asked them five questions.
The Jersey Journal reported yesterday that the City of Jersey City is in preliminary discussions to bring an art museum to Journal Square. The city wants to buy 25 Journal Square and turn it into a cultural destination.
When it comes to sprucing up the streetscape, Hoboken is following the timeless adage of something old, something new. An old Belgian block street is being restored, and a drain mural competition is underway in celebration of Earth Day. Let's take a look at some of the murals.
This past week, final plans were unveiled for a 26,000 square-foot museum, plaza, and rooftop terrace on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
Weekend Walks is our weekend column where we explore the photographic beauty of various neighborhoods through the lenses of history, architecture and commerce. For this weekend’s walk, we took a stroll through Downtown Hoboken.
The city and Friends of the Loew’s have agreed on a Request for Proposals that would restore the facility through a $40 million revitalization, making room for both national concerts and community events at the iconic building.
As Bergen-Lafayette grows in popularity, so does its amenities. New cultural and community focused activities are popping up all around the neighborhood. These 5 provide good reasons to get out and explore the area.
Gary Lichtenstein Editions presents a radical evening of art at the edge with painter Keith Kimmel tonight. The event is titled “The CO-Lab Experience,” a live interactive performance situated within an exhibition of the artist’s recent and retrospective works. In the CO-Lab Experience, Keith Kimmel will break thru the classic wall of separation between artist and spectator by inviting the public to actively participate in an evening of collaborative painting.