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Pedestrian Killed on Marin Boulevard Downtown

Update: Jersey City identified the victim of Saturday’s fatal crash as a male cyclist, not a pedestrian as first reported. “It appears the driver attempted to turn left at the intersection when the vehicle made impact with the bicyclist,” said Jersey City spokeswoman Wallace-Scalcione told Patch. “The driver remained on scene and called 911.” For […]

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Keith Garcia’s Calm and Curious Trip Extended at Deep Space Through November

In Keith Garcia’s paintings, objects of desire are often very far away.  Stages in the distance tantalize with floodlights and hot color.   Lush hills are visible through the windows of sparsely decorated living rooms.  A warming fire beckons the viewer’s eye across vast expanses of icy water.  Perfectly round full moons hang, watchfully, in […]

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This Weekend

This weekend, Jersey City has great events, like the Run for Liberty 5K, Days of the Dead Celebration, and the Sgt. Anthony Park Fall Fest. Plus, there’s comedy, live music, and more. Tiny Travelers Haiti Treasure Quest Book Reading and Signing | Fri., Nov. 3 | 11 a.m.-12 p.m. | Priscilla Gardner Main Library – […]

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