This weekend, Jersey City has something for everyone. SMUSH Gallery is celebrating its 5th anniversary, White Eagle Hall will have a special showing of “Rock’n’Roll High School,” and The Sacred Comedy Show is back with its special mix of comedy and meditation. Plus, there’s live music, a Super Smash Brothers Tournament, and more. 

Jersey City Free Public Library Presents:
National Tell a Fairy Tale Day Story Hour for Children

“Tell a Fairy Tale Day is an international celebration of the fairy tale. To celebrate, Ms. Shelley will read favorite fairy tales and possibly ask the children to make up and share their own fairy tales!”

Sip Smash: Super Smash Brothers Tournament & Experience

“Come join us for a night of Smash, Comedy & Music as you compete to take home the Sip Smash Title!” This event will feature a performance by Billy Retro Gamer Band.

Kennedy Dancers Presents: Latin Medley Class & Social

The Kennedy Dancers will be hosting this “Latin Medley Class & Social” fundraising event. There will be refreshments available for purchase. 

Corgi Comedy Club

Corgi Comedy Club is back at Corgi Spirits this Friday night, hosted by local comedians Ryan Rummel and Alex Grubard. 

Jersey City Mural Art Walk

Join FreeWalkers “to travel through downtown Jersey City including the neighborhoods of the Heights, Western Slope and Journal Square. Along the way, we’ll walk through Hamilton Park, Pershing Field Park, Riverview Fisk Park and Leonard Park. We’ll enjoy approximately 100+ various mural artworks and the magnificent views of the NYC Skyline and the Hudson River from Riverview Fisk Park.”

Party With Wednesday at Glitter & Glam

Glitter & Glam at Newport Centre will be hosting a Wednesday Addams-themed party this Saturday, featuring dancing, painting, and hairstyling.

“11,103” Film Screening at Five Corners

The JCFPL is hosting the New Jersey premier of Jeannette Ifurung and Miguel Alcazaren’s documentary film “11,103,” “about Martial Law survivors in the Philippines.”

The Sacred Comedy Show

The Sacred Comedy Show, “A more conscious kind of standup, where comedy meets wellness,” is back this Saturday evening. There will be comedy, a meditation circle, and local women-owned vendors.

White Eagle Hall Presents “Rock’n’Roll High School”

Head to White Eagle Hall this Saturday night for a special screening of the 1979 film “Rock’n’Roll High School,” “a vehicle for the legendary New York City punk band The Ramones.” This event will include a panel discussion and live music.

SMUSH Gallery’s Tropi-Papi Quinceañera
(minus 10 we’re turning 5) Birthday Party

“Celebrate a 5th year of art and community like no other right here at SMUSH Gallery. Enjoy fun & friendship, inflatable palm trees, food & drink, games, and a silent auction. Hosted by DJ Chupacabra aka Buttered Roll with Special Guest QWERT Poetry.”

Joey Preziosi Live at 902 Brewing Co.

Joey Preziosi will be playing at 902 Brewing Co. this Saturday. He “blends a wide variety of music ranging from, blues, rock, flamenco, gypsy jazz, fusion, and singer-songwriter pop.” Live at Fox & Crow

Head to Fox & Crow this Saturday for a live performance from

Sing Along Sundaze at The Factory

Sing Along Sundaze is a weekly downtown brunch event featuring a DJ that will be playing “a mix of Old School and New R&B to sing along” with. 

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Emily was born and raised in New Jersey, and graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in architecture. She has a background in design, public health, radio, and comedy.