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.
After six years of redevelopment and with a top secret fall schedule, White Eagle Hall is set to be the coolest place in town.
A Jersey City resident is planning to open a new type of coworking space. Called Marketskape, the concept pairs artist studios with a retail component. As opposed to more traditional coworking spaces, this one is catered towards artists and makers. The retail portion provides members a venue to sell their work.
Jersey City could soon approve an ambitious project that now consists of theater spaces, multiple retail storefronts, and two 11-story apartment towers that include affordable units.
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.
In celebration of May being Preservation Month, the Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is hosting two events that will give residents a look at two historic Jersey City neighborhoods.
Is it too soon to laugh at the financial crash of 2008? Find out for yourself next week as the play Subprime premieres at the Jersey City Theatre Center’s Merseles Studios.
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.
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.
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.