“Non-Linear,” a presentation of fifteen new pieces by Anne Novado herself. The show, which is up until January 22, is a particular treat for those of us who’ve seen Novado’s excellent paintings tucked away, modestly, on back walls of the gallery, and wished we could be immersed in her vision.
Continuing a rash of recent shootings in Jersey City, police are investigating a series of gunshots fired last night in the Downtown neighborhood of Van Vorst Park.
One person was wounded early this evening in a shooting near Triangle Park in Greenville.
Gunshots are ringing out from Greenville to Downtown today.
The 2021 holiday season just might be the best time to shop locally. Here are a few ideas for the procrastinators among us.
Gunfire rang out in several Jersey City neighborhoods over the last 48 hours.
Two youths were taken to Jersey City Medical Center this afternoon following a shooting Downtown.
Yesterday, the railroad operator Conrail sued the Jersey City City Council and the Planning Board over their decision to acquire some of its Downtown property as an area in need of redevelopment.
In the space of one year, Jersey City has provided a setting for all three productions, representing the city’s emergence as a convenient — and apparently affordable — urban movie backdrop.
The United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York has announced the indictment of two men in connection with a tax evasion scheme at Moishe’s Moving Systems. One of the men, Eugene Lemay, was both the president of Moishe’s and the executive director of Mana Contemporary.