GIFT, depicted above, will play White Eagle Hall on Sept. 16 A year ago, White Eagle Hall (337 Newark) announced a change in management. Musicians and music fans in Jersey City, accustomed to disappointment, braced themselves for the worst. Would bookings deteriorate? Would they become more sporadic, or disappear altogether? Jim Testa acknowledged in the […]
North River Sing Community Chorus, which meets in downtown Jersey City, is offering up to five free memberships this fall, spurred by the Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund, which awarded a grant to the choir in June.
Halpern, designer of the “Disaster [Place],” has a well-earned reputation for irreverence.
“We Outside!!: Historical Hip-Hop Tour” series kicks off tomorrow night — Thursday, August 4 — at The Barrow Mansion (83 Wayne St.), which is back open to the public after a long pandemic-era shutdown.
Van Chamberlain and Joy Cleaner at Pet Shop, Carlos Pavan in McGiney Square, Water Street and Adrian Danon at Fox + Crow, others.
Thursday at White Eagle Hall, Forget the Whale in Lincoln Park, salsa and merengue at The Factory, and a quietly exciting show at Pet Shop.
James Jackson, Jr, a Jersey City-based actor, musician, and cabaret artist, portrays “Thought 2” in Tony award nominated “A Strange Loop.”
This isn’t how it’s supposed to be. The Arts and Culture Trust Fund was sold to us as a boon for all Jersey City creators.
Rapper Flo Rida will headline at Jersey City’s Fourth of July celebration. Shaquille O’Neal aka DJ Diesel and Funk Flex will each DJ their own sets prior to Flo Rida taking the stage.
Mayor Steven Fulop, the City Council, and the Arts and Culture Trust Fund Committee have announced nearly $900 thousand in grants to 89 artists and arts organizations throughout Jersey City.