Ten Historic Sites in Jersey City Jersey City is filled with vibrant culture from local businesses, nonprofit organizations, food, and most importantly, its people. This city we call home also has an incredible history you can explore by visiting historical sites. So, get ready
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
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage in Jersey City Hispanic Heritage Month takes place every year in September and October to recognize and celebrate the diverse cultures and contributions of Americans of Latin and Hispanic descent. Here in Jersey City, we are lucky to be surrounded by so
WHERE TO CELEBRATE JUNETEENTH IN JERSEY CITY This Sunday marks the 157th anniversary of Juneteenth, a holiday known well to African Americans across the United States and one every American should be uplifting and out celebrating with their community this weekend. The history of Juneteenth,
The Peacocks have strutted home to a city ready to celebrate their incredible March Madness run that left the country stunned and the Jersey City community proud. The parade, held on Friday, March 1, started at the statue of Abraham Lincoln between Lincoln Park and
14 Reasons Why We Love Jersey City We’ve all spent a lot more time close to home over the past 11 months. Maybe that’s allowed you to get to know your neighborhood better. Maybe you’ve had a chance to explore other areas of Jersey City.
Juneteenth: The Emancipation Holiday June 19th is just another summer day for many, but for the last 155 years, African Americans across the United States celebrate freedom from slavery on this day known as “Juneteenth”. Juneteenth is the anniversary of the day Union troops came