A city foundation has placed billboards throughout the region advertising the work of 17 local residents and groups.
On June 4th, a unique farmers’ market that’s raising money to fix up a Gothic-style church starts its second season, with the group behind it looking to improve upon last year’s positive results.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has reached a deal to purchase the property, which officials want to open an art museum in.
BikeJC has opened up registration for their 7th Annual Jersey City Ward Tour. The 15-mile tour takes riders on a police escorted, relaxed (10mph) ride through all Jersey City wards.
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.
Apple Tree House, built in the 1700s, will be converted into a facility celebrating Jersey City’s history.
Just announced this week, the GRAMMY Museum Experience is set to open their first East Coast location this fall on the ground floor of the Prudential Center in Downtown Newark. The new museum could bring thousands of tourists annually to the city.
From a poet laureate’s autobiography to a bestselling author’s sequel, this was a good year for books about New Jersey.
Just one block from the Grove Street PATH station, Green Villain is hosting a Green Villain Exchange (GVX) Art & Music Festival. The currently vacant lot at 335 Barrow Street is slated for development next year. So why not take advantage and host a party before that happens
Over the past week, the story on how a Monopoly-themed mural at the tip of the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza wound up officially painted over, has materialized into a public discussion. Commission, censorship, hypersensitivity, freedom of expression in art, and corporate sponsorship are now the charged pieces at the center of the game board.