Those who want to find out about the young artists and stories behind the city’s longest mural – called “Heroes of the World” in the Greenville section of Jersey City – can attend a Jersey City Theater Center event tonight, Thursday, November 21.
Liberty State Park, accessible by car, bike, and light rail, offers nature walks and history talks for adults and children for each season, including their recent fall leaves walk.
The concert series will start on October 18 at Grace Church Van Vorst.
Garden State residents who want to learn more about the Pine Barrens can head to this year's Chatsworth Cranberry Festival on October 19 and 20.
This Thursday, September 19, Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is celebrating 20 years at White Eagle Hall, where they will host its 19th Annual Preservation Awards.
Newark's seventh annual Classic Car Show will take place on Sunday, Sept. 8, with free activities for all ages.
Hoboken's popular six-day St. Ann's festival will kick off Wednesday, July 24, with a Bruce Springsteen cover band.
Recently, the development team hosted Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to officially open the new property.
The event will feature 100+ food vendors, 50+ international beers live music, cultural dance, food & dessert exhibitions, art installations, and more.
Newark’s newest park, Mulberry Commons, is finally about to open across the street from the Prudential Center. A grand opening celebration has been scheduled for May 14.