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.
The hulking, four-building industrial complex at 154 Avenue E was converted into the SilkLofts rental complex in 2014. But before that, the building facilitated the manufacturing of everything from the modern bra to military parachutes and carrier pigeon vests. Last night, a homecoming of sorts was held to commemorate the building's history.
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.
Do you have a technically inclined child? Do they love to build things with their hands? Then you need to consider sending them to JCFabLab’s Art and Tech Summer Camp. See what the program entails.
Mana Contemporary opened in Jersey City in 2011, but until a recent visit on a Thursday afternoon, when and how the public could gain access remained a little mysterious. So here's a handy guide for those wishing to visit the cultural center.
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
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.
Playwright Oscar Wilde once famously claimed that “art is the only serious thing in the world.” If that is indeed the case, Mana Contemporary wants to make sure Jersey City gets very serious over the next few years.
Art House Productions’ building at 136 Magnolia Avenue has been fenced off for a while now and will be torn down, but concerned Journal Square residents can rest assured--AHP will relocate to Cast Iron Lofts.
A city foundation has placed billboards throughout the region advertising the work of 17 local residents and groups.