Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month National American Indian Heritage Month is celebrated in November to recognize the first Americans’ significant contributions. It was first recognized in 1915 with the annual meeting of the Congress of the American Indian Association, and in 1990 President George
What To Do With The Rest Of Your Summer In Jersey City These are truly the dog days of summer. Despite what your acquaintances wrote in the pages of your high school yearbook, it can be hard to H.A.G.S. when it’s 90º or more every
Recap: 3rd Annual Art Fair 14C at Mana Contemporary The third-annual Art Fair 14C, produced by Art House Productions, was held on November 12-14, 2021 inside Mana Contemporary’s 40,000-square-foot Glass Gallery. Over 120 artists and galleries set up shop in 60 exhibition booths and Juried
‘Sister Cities: Discovering Common Threads’ Documentary Screening & Art Exhibition Recap On Wednesday, October 27th, Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) hosted an art exhibition and short documentary film screening of “Sister Cities: Discovering Common Threads,” featuring participants’ work from the 2021 Jersey City Summer
Celebrating The Nine Nights of Navratri in the Heart of Indian Square, Jersey City Navratri, derived from Sanskrit where ‘nav’ means nine and ‘ratri’ means nights, is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated widely across India. This year, Navratri falls between October 7th
Exclusive Interview: Celebrating Jersey City’s Diversity at the Sister Cities Mural Every summer, Jersey City gets a beautiful new mural created by our city’s talented young artists through the Youth Summer Public Art Program as part of the Jersey City Mural Arts Program (JCMAP).
93rd Academy Award Nominations Oscar nominations were announced on March 15th and now is the time to catch up on some of the best films of 2020. The film industry, from blockbuster to independent, suffered a major blow due to the pandemic. Movie theaters are