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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
TEDx, the localized spinoff of the popular TED talks, will be returning to Jersey City this December for its fourth year.
This fall, the Hamilton Park Neighborhood Association (HPNA) is planning to host the area’s first House Tour.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has reached a deal to purchase the property, which officials want to open an art museum in.