So of course it’s the holidays… and in lieu of Christmas, we wanted to give our readers some gift ideas and provide some inspiration to those of you who might still be stumped on what to give. We thought about composing a list including but not limited to your typical “bold face watch” for him and “EauRead more
‘Tis the season to give back and spread joy. Check out some local toy drives happening in the area this month! Jersey City’s 21st Annual Toy Drive City Hall, 280 Grove Street, Jersey City Bring a new or unused toy to City Hall until December 13th! They should be brought to the Resident Response Center,Read more
With Christmas weekend coming up quick, places close early or aren’t open at all. We know how tedious it can be to scramble for last-minute ideas, so we compiled a list for anyone who wants find something to eat or a quick thing to do. Happy Holidays! Friday 1. Bryan Beninghove’s Christmas Spectacular December 23rd @ 9:00Read more
Give back this holiday season by donating to families in need for the Jersey City 20th Annual Toy Drive! Donations are being accepted until December 14th at the Response Center at City Hall, 280 Grove Street, Rm. 106. Open to all Jersey City Residents. For more information, call the Resident Response Center at 201-547-4597. OfficeRead more
Hey, you! Yeah, YOU! Gloomy weather got you in the dumps? Is your sweater a little too warm? Have you failed at your lifelong dream to be a potato? While our list of events can’t help with any of those things (weather, your sweater, or being a potato), it can sure spruce up your plans for theRead more
If you’re looking for some amazing holiday eats in the city make sure to fill your plate Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at some of Jersey City’s amazing restaurants! Christmas Eve 1. Grand Sichuan 342 Grove St., Jersey City A Jewish custom is to go for Chinese food Christmas eve! That’s where you willRead more
The beloved children’s opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors is coming to Jersey City! 12-year old boy soprano Alexi Horne will join professionals from Kyrenia Opera Company, led by conductor Constantine Yiannoudes. This special semi-staged production will also feature community members of singing and dancing shepherds: Cantigas Women’s Choir members, joined by students from NJRead more
Strings and woodwinds accompany the Sanctuary Choir and special musicians under the direction of Gail Blache-Gill in a performance of Born a Savior, Born a King. Free will offering.