There were headlines: stories of NFTs sold for eye-popping sums, pushed by cryptocurrency hype men determined to stoke the fires of FOMO. Was this the future of art, or just another Internet-driven fad? Were we just going stir-crazy?
Jersey City Public Schools announced today that students will return to remote instruction for one week starting Monday January 3.
Permit me to offer up my own odyssey toward the still-elusive goal of getting from point A (the test) to point B (the results).
The Hebrew word “masbia” means to satiate. Fittingly, it’s also the name of a Jewish nonprofit that came to Greenville yesterday to provide satiating quantities of free halal meat to newly arrived Afghan immigrants, among others.
An unidentified teenager has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of 16 year-old Pedro Rodriguez in Bergen-Lafayette on December 16.
Starting on January 3, Ward E streets will be swept two times a week, down from the previous four.
“Non-Linear,” a presentation of fifteen new pieces by Anne Novado herself. The show, which is up until January 22, is a particular treat for those of us who’ve seen Novado’s excellent paintings tucked away, modestly, on back walls of the gallery, and wished we could be immersed in her vision.
Continuing a rash of recent shootings in Jersey City, police are investigating a series of gunshots fired last night in the Downtown neighborhood of Van Vorst Park.
The community organizing group Jersey City Together and the Northern New Jersey Democratic Socialists of America are condemning the owner of a West Side building for failing to provide heat and repairs to its tenants.
A violent 70-minute November crime spree has a man and woman facing federal conspiracy and gun charges that could result in lengthy prison sentences.