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Jersey City Opens Skatepark in Bergen-Lafayette

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

Jersey City Residents Explore Nature’s Gym

Jersey City Residents Explore Nature’s Gym As the mercury rises so does our desire to emerge more frequently from our sedentary quarantine quarters. The summer is in full swing, but it is certainly a far cry from the season we recognize. And whether you need

List of Women-Owned Jersey City Businesses

List of Women-Owned Jersey City Businesses This month we’ve highlighted some incredible business owning “Boss Women”  from all over Jersey City. To culminate this special month, we wanted to showcase the amount of female owned businesses we have right here in our city! We took

Learn to Dance in Jersey City

Learn to Dance in Jersey City   “The truest expression of a people is in its dance and in its music. Bodies never lie.” -Agnes de Mille Whether standing alone in front of a mirror in an empty studio, experiencing joy with a group of

14 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Jersey City

14 Places to Watch the Super Bowl in Jersey City   Super Bowl LIV takes place this Sunday at 6:30 p.m! The Giants may not have made it to the Super Bowl this year, but the San Francisco 49ers vs.The Kansas City Chiefs game in

Don’t Trek with Pain in Your Neck

(Article originally published on September 5th, 2019 – Scroll to bottom for update!) Don’t Trek with Pain in Your Neck Jersey City ranks third in the nation for the longest commutes. 97.1% of Americans commute to work so odds are you can understand the perils

Marathon Runners: Hitting the Wall

Marathon Runners: HITTING the WALL. Running the Distance Many moons ago when I ran a marathon, one of the dreaded conditions one might encounter when running any kind of endurance race is hitting the “Wall.” For trained marathon runners it tends to happen between the

Eyes on the Prize: Coaching for Change

Eyes on the Prize: Coaching for Change   Many, many years ago, my third grade teacher, who I don’t recall as a woman prone to smiling, told me that she could tell my dad was smiling the whole time she spoke to him by phone

The Looks and Stares, But Not at Jane Do

The Looks and Stares, But Not at Jane Do   Eyes, just so many eyes on you. From the moment you walk into a gym and the moment you walk out, eyes are always staring your way. Sometimes it’s judgment, and other times it’s attraction,