‘Rummage & Ruffage’ Opens Up Their Historic Church
The popular Hoboken farmers’ market Rummage & Ruffage has officially moved indoors for the winter and will be featuring over a dozen vendors tomorrow, plus some live music and wine to kick off the holiday season.
TEDx Returns to Jersey City this December
TEDx, the localized spinoff of the popular TED talks, will be returning to Jersey City this December for its fourth year.
New Initiative Aims To Bring Live Music to Jersey City Residential Buildings
The Community Music Residency is a brand new initiative designed to bring classical musicians to larger, residential buildings with an exchange of rehearsal space for exclusive performances.
Zoning Changes Hope to Spark a Journal Square Arts District
Last week, Jersey City’s Council unanimously approved changes to the Journal Square 2060 Redevelopment Plan that they hope will facilitate a new arts district behind the Loew’s Theater.
Beautiful New Bayonne-based Gallery Aims to Encourage NJ Creative Community
On September 24th, Cheryl and Christopher Mack unveiled the grand opening of Bayonne based The Bridge Art Gallery, showcasing local work from Bayonne and Montclair artists.
Expansive Statue of Liberty Museum Coming to Liberty Island in 2019
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.
This Weekend Come Celebrate the Village’s Italian Heritage
Two events are planned this weekend that will celebrate downtown Jersey City’s Italian heritage. The Village neighborhood in Downtown Jersey City was previously called “Italian Village” after its large Italian population. This weekend, residents can explore that history with an Italian themed parade and historic walking tour of the neighborhood.
Getting to Know My Neighbors in Bergen-Lafayette
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.
Waiting in the Wings: Loew’s Theater and its Future
The question of why the Loew's Journal Square has been unable to undergo a Kings Theater (Brooklyn) style full renovation under the Fulop administration (or prior administrations) and become a cultural destination with more jobs and year-round programming, is a complex one. We caught up with Friends of Loew's to get the scoop.
Bergen Arches Proposal Envisions a World Class Cultural Destination in Jersey City
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.