Guide to Kid-Friendly Parks in Jersey City Living in Jersey City has boundless opportunities to have fun and enjoy being outdoors. And if you have kids, there are several parks around the city for all ages to enjoy. Each park offers unique opportunities for
Celebrating National Dog Day in Jersey City National Dog Day, celebrated annually on August 26th, is a special day dedicated to our beloved furry friends. Founded by Colleen Paige, an animal welfare advocate and pet lifestyle expert, her goal was to help raise awareness about
Live Music and Entertainment in Jersey City We’re lucky to live in a city filled with many live music performances taking all over! The various venues offer something for everyone to enjoy, from jazz and rock to world music. So, if you’re looking to
Jersey City’s Marathon Recap The Jersey City Road Runners (JCRR), in partnership with the City of Jersey City and CompuScore, successfully put together its inaugural Jersey City Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, April 23rd. Many runners, both residents and outside of Jersey City, had
Ring in Spring This Week in JC Some say spotting the first cardinal of the season is the surest sign that spring has arrived in Jersey City. For us, we know it’s officially time to say goodbye to winter when we hear the sweet song
Celebrating Black History Month February marks Black History Month, also known as African American History Month. It is recognized internationally, where we celebrate the achievements and contributions of African Americans throughout history and today. There are plenty of opportunities to celebrate this month, from attending
Zoraida Campo’s 100th Birthday Celebration! A few days before Zoraida’s 100th birthday, we were approached by her granddaughter, Luz F., inviting us to capture the special moment. Luz had flown in from Florida early morning to help her beautiful grandmother prepare for her big day.
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