The Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund announced April 28 the granting of $1 million to 88 local artists and arts organizations that the city says “expand the impact and inclusiveness of the arts in Jersey City, build community connections through art, and develop creative and economic opportunities for artists.” Funded by a property tax […]
Jersey City has signed a “sister city” agreement with Beit Shemesh, in Israel. Such an arrangement, which the city says “has been in development for many months,”often leads to some type of trade agreement or arrangement that benefits both cities. “A lasting bridge is being built by this new partnership that will enhance key relationships […]
Once again Jersey City has taken the prize for the most ethnically diverse city, besting such multicultural meccas as New York City and Los Angeles.
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.