When I was a boy, before I picked up a guitar and set my sights on rock and roll stardom, I dreamed of becoming a race car driver. It was the age of muscle cars: Plymouth Road Runners, Pontiac GTOs, and fire-breathing Ford Mustangs like the one Steve McQueen used to tear up the streets […]
ArtPride New Jersey, the state’s largest arts service organization, has released its guide to holiday arts events throughout the Garden State. Carefully curated, the guide includes shows offered by theaters, museums, performing arts spaces, and galleries. For New Year’s Eve, a comedy show is also on the docket. Listings are provided for children as well […]
When Wang Chen, now 48, came to New Jersey via China in 2000, it wasn’t her intention to focus on table tennis, a sport she began playing at age 7 in her native Shanghai. “When I first came, it was to help my sister with her business in New Jersey,” Chen said. “I thought for […]
Jersey City Theater Center will present two performances of “The Last Match: a Pro-Wrestling Rock Musical.”
New Jersey will permit delivery services like DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Instacart to deliver alcohol, including cocktails, from restaurants, bars, and liquor stores under a new rule announced by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control Friday.
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.
Plans for the nomadic Museum of Jersey City History to take up permanent residency at the historic Apple Tree House on Academy Street are advancing at a rapid pace, according to Martin Pierce, president of the its board of directors.
Like many children in the 1950s, John Scully was fascinated by trains, in his case the Lackawanna Railroad that ran the length of New Jersey, where he grew up, and through Cranberry Lake in Byram Township, where his family had a summer home. Unlike many children, his fascination never wavered, even throughout his adult life. […]
At a special meeting on July 20, the Jersey City Division of Commerce gave the owners another week or so to make their case with the community on whether it should be issued an entertainment license.
During the heart of Pride Month, Jersey City runners launched The Queer Collective, a running club dreamed up by residents Kristina Nungaray and Jules Bursee, two best friends whose goal is to increase the profile of the LGBTQ+ community in endurance racing.