The Native Plant Society of New Jersey (Hudson County Chapter) is having its first native plant sale Sunday, Sept 26th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Canco Park in Jersey City.
Workers on the the $6.7 million upgrade to the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Mall have been working furiously to ready the street for this weekend’s 10th Annual All About Downtown Jersey City Street Fair.
After more than a year’s hiatus due to Covid-19, this September Jersey City-based North River Sing Community Chorus will spring back to life with auditions in August and September, in-person rehearsals for fully vaccinated members, and a new slew of its signature Broadway and jazz standard songs. In January 2022 the chorus will also resume […]
After a nine-year closure triggered by Superstorm Sandy, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection marked the Liberty State Park Nature Center’s return to life Wednesday, June 23, with the completion of a $3.5 million restoration.
The chief executive officer of Servpro announced a “Firefighter Appreciation Program” that will enable firefighters, first responders and their families to attend a major professional golf tournament to take place at Liberty National Golf Club his summer free of charge.
American naturalist and nature essayist John Burroughs may have put it best. “I go to nature to be soothed and healed and to have my senses put in order.” After a ten-month-long lockdown and a nerve-wracking election culminating in last week’s Capitol insurrection, we could all use a little soothing and healing. Below are eight […]
New Liberty Science Center genomics exhibit shows how ancient Woolly Mammoth DNA could help endangered elephants and the environment.
The Jersey City Brew Club announced the winner of its annual homebrew contest, who will get to brew a batch of the winning recipe at Departed Soles Brewing.
The virtual Jersey City Comedy Festival, running August 12 through August 15, will feature emerging comedians from all over New Jersey.
Lappas’ campaign is remarkably similar to Mayor Steven Fulop’s “Stop the Drop” initiative, a program he launched in 2013 (now on hiatus due to Covid-19) to reduce litter and provide summer jobs for kids at the same time. Lappas had never heard of “Stop the Drop.” But Mayor Fulop is aware of Adopt-a-Block, according to Lappas, and likes it.