The brothers’ success is all the more compelling since at an early age both siblings were diagnosed with autism and because the Rosado family lives in a section of Greenville where street violence is not uncommon.
Early Morning Fire Destroys Downtown Music Studio and Jiu Jitsu Academy
Early this morning the music stopped for JC Studios when a fire destroyed much of the five story building the business has called home.
Dance Review: “Raucus Caucus Tango” at Nimbus Arts Center
“Raucus Caucus Tango” at Nimbus Arts Center (329 Warren St.), is an hourlong show that premiered on Friday, March 11, and made its distress about the parlous state of American politics evident.
Hudson West Folk Festival To Bring Americana, Blues and Roots Music to Nimbus
Folk music ain’t what it used to be – at least in Jersey City – as evidenced by this year’s Hudson West Folk Festival, which takes place on Saturday, October 16 from noon to 10 p.m.
Nimbus Dance Seeks Youth Dancers for Nutcracker
Jersey-City-based Nimbus Dance company is holding auditions Saturday, Sept.11, for youths aged twelve to eighteen for its annual production of “Jersey City Nutcracker.” In addition, children aged 4 to eighteen are needed for many small roles in the show.
Jersey City’s Felipe Rose of Village People Performs This Weekend
Felipe Rose will headline the fourth annual Fringe Fest Equality Rocks Spectacular at the Jersey City Pride celebration in Van Vorst Park.
North River Sing Community Chorus to Hold Auditions, Resume Programming
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 […]
JCAC Announces Two Local Arts Grants
The Jersey City Arts Council (JCAC) has launched two new grant opportunities for artists living in Jersey City: the Antenna Grant for Women in the Arts and the Jersey City Artist Recovery Fund.
Shakespeare@ Home Presents “Julius Caesar”
Actors from Broadway and London’s West End will team up for the Shakespeare@ Home, all-free radio play Julius Caesar. Launching Monday February 22nd at 7pm EST, it features The Tony Nominated actor Patrick Page in the title role, Jordan Barbour as Brutus, Sky Lakota Lynch as Lucius and Keith Hamilton Cobb as Cassius.
Should Politicians Be Judging Art?
Last November, Jersey City voters chose to create a public fund dedicated to the arts. They did not elect the members of the city council or the mayor to be arts judges.