Dan Fenelon’s show “Primordial Pop” at Jersey City’s Novado Gallery features vibrant folk-art- inspired images sure to delight adults and children alike.
Municipal Council President Joyce Watterman put the kibosh on amendments to an inclusionary zoning ordinance (IZO) offered by councilman-at-large Rolando Lavarro at last Wednesday’s Council meeting.
Homegrown opened on July 28 in the Power House Arts District, a neighborhood now known more for its luxury loft condos than for art.
With national politics taking center stage, it would be easy to overlook an important school board election on the November 3rd ballot.
Today the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor released its findings regarding the May 5 melee on Bostwick Avenue involving civilians and police.
DISTORT is one of the biggest names in Jersey City art, and I mean that literally: If you’ve walked around town, you’ve seen his name painted in big block letters on the many murals he’s contributed to the local streetscape. DISTORT is not shy about taking up space —- his mural by the Holland Tunnel […]
A referendum on the November 3rd ballot that would impose a yearly “Municipal Art and Culture Levy” of “$0.02 per $100 of assessed valuation” on Jersey City property owners.
Councilman-at-large and former Fulop ally Rolando Lavarro is panning an affordable housing plan announced this morning by the mayor and council president Joyce Watterman.
With Wednesday night’s re-election defeats of board trustees Sonya “Terry” Still, Peter Went and Robyn Grodner, the turmoil at The Ethical Community Charter School (TECCS) over the ouster of former principal Marta Bergamini, may be over.
The Front Bottoms are the best rock band in New Jersey. I can make this claim because I’ve heard them all, and yes, they’re better than that one you’re thinking of.