Home Run on the Hudson: Baseball’s History in Hoboken and Jersey City
As baseball’s pennant races heat up, take a closer look at two New Jersey historical sites: Hoboken's Elysian Fields and Jersey City's Roosevelt Stadium, that both helped shape America’s pastime.
Weekend Walks: A Photographic Tour of India Square
Jersey City regularly ranks as one of the most diverse cities in the US. In honor of this, we decided to visit the India Square subsection of Journal Square for this week’s Weekend Walk.
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.
#IAmTrenton: New Campaign Aims to Change Perceptions of New Jersey’s Capital City
A city foundation has placed billboards throughout the region advertising the work of 17 local residents and groups.
GRAMMY Museum Experience Coming To Newark’s Prudential Center
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.
Finally! The Beautifully Restored White Eagle Hall Reopens This Month
After six years of redevelopment and with a top secret fall schedule, White Eagle Hall is set to be the coolest place in town.
5 Fun Things to Explore in Bergen-Lafayette
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.
Jersey City Approves $9 Million Purchase of 25 Journal Square for New Museum
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has reached a deal to purchase the property, which officials want to open an art museum in.
Journal Square’s Apple Tree House Set to House Museum of Jersey City
Apple Tree House, built in the 1700s, will be converted into a facility celebrating Jersey City’s history.
Legal Dispute Over Sale of Golden Cicada Drags On
A lawsuit has emerged over plans to redevelop the popular and often romanticized dive bar, pitting local developer The L Group against the property’s owner.