Courtesy of New Jersey Monitor The drawn-out fight over whether the brewery industry is hampered by onerous regulations continued Thursday during a committee meeting discussing legislation aimed at brewery license holders. Brewery owners, bartenders, and restaurateurs packed the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee hearing, where lawmakers heard a discussion of three bills — one to codify […]
Some abstract works register an immediate impression but don’t hold attention; the pieces in Li’s exhibition don’t demand scrutiny, but they certainly reward it. The longer they’re observed, the more they seem to breathe.
For the story of JCAST22 to be fairly told, we must discuss a place that hasn’t always been well integrated into the scene: MANA Contemporary.
he Jersey City Dance Academy marks its 50th Anniversary this month, a milestone the organization will be formally celebrating later this fall.
Hurricanes and walking tours don’t tend to work too well together. The thirty-second annual JCAST may well be a wet one. If the remnants of Ian tickle the Garden State, it might be plenty windy, too. Since the Jersey City Art and Studio Tour encompasses all six wards of Jersey City, that matters — there’ll be […]
There’s folk, opera, r&b, a quick-witted, occasionally foul-mouthed, Dominican-American rapper, and more, in October.
Photographer Jiuxin Jin gives us the city before it puts on its day face: the candid city, weary, a little sarcastic, and a wee bit unwelcoming, too.
The tour, which is produced by city’s Office of Cultural Affairs and is being “presented” by Bank of America, comprises 140 locations throughout Jersey City.
Tris McCall reviews Nation of Language and GIFT at White Eagle Hall
A sneak preview of Deep Space ft. Shamona Stokes (or is it the other way around?) is accessible this weekend at the SPRING/BREAK art fair in Manhattan (625 Madison Ave., NYC), and it’s glorious.