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Great Resources for Jersey City Senior Citizens It was 1988, when, through Proclamation 5847, President Ronald Reagan deemed today, August 21st, as National Senior Citizens Day. This day holds even more validity 30+ years later as older people are living longer, healthier and more
An Outpouring of Jersey Pride at Homegrown If there’s one thing we’re known for more than our bagels, beaches, and Taylor Ham in New Jersey, it’s our home state pride. The new bar HomeGrown, formerly Headroom Bar & Social, embodies that Jersey pride by
Jersey City Opens Skatepark in Bergen-Lafayette Years ago, Jersey City won a National design competition with the Tony Hawk Foundation (now known as The Skatepark Project) and received a grant to help build the newest, and best, skatepark in New Jersey. What set Jersey
West Side Community Fridge Offers Free Food Aid comes in many forms during tumultuous times of need. One of our most basic and constant needs is to eat, but sometimes that’s just not something we can provide by ourselves and requires a little help from
Father’s Day: Dad’s Making a Difference It’s Father’s Day, so we’re highlighting amazing dads making a difference who deserve some recognition for all that they do to bring a little more “good” to the Jersey City community. Frank “Educational” Gilmore, Founder of the Educational
Jersey City Heroes in Action During our April 29th Jersey City Heroes in Action Instagram livestream, we interviewed heroes from seven incredible organizations and heard all about their amazing causes benefiting our community. Each had 20 minutes to give information about what they’re doing and
Jersey City Businesses Pivot for COVID-19 With the COVID-19 crisis continuing its month-long negative effects on every industry in Jersey City with no signs of slowing, local businesses have been forced to shut their doors and do little more than hope for a swift end