As I walked through Broad Street on my way home with presents and giftwrap in hand, I found myself longing for a memory that now has become a rose-tinted fantasy. The nostalgia of a time and a city that bejeweled itself in Christmas merriment, and streetscapes as alive as a postcard by Currier and Ives.
We traveled the Garden State to find the 10 most beautiful NJ Christmas light show displays to see this year.
When it comes to delivering charm, beauty and holiday events, these NJ Christmas towns do it better than the rest.
These tales I’m about to share are real, as legend goes that is… these are the stories that only a few of us know and wish to continue to pass for future generations. And what is most befitting is that they come from one particularly famous place in Newark… a final resting place.
Spoiler alert: No ghosts were spotted during the events of this article, but it wouldn’t be hard to believe on All Hallows’ Eve!
The owner of the 14th Street Garden Center, which has been located near the Jersey City/Hoboken border for 25 years, shares the secrets of selling Christmas trees.
The recently rebuilt waterfront estate will be included in an upcoming holiday house tour.
With the Thanksgiving season officially upon us, Hoboken residents will have plenty of opportunities to give back to the community and can also look forward to the return of some great local traditions.
While barbeques and fireworks will likely take center stage this weekend, history buffs can also locally explore Hudson County's connection to the holiday by visiting these historical Revolutionary War spots.