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Sean Hagerty, founder and artistic director of Shakespeare@ in Jersey City, didn't start out as a Shakespearean actor. That happened long after he'd established himself as a performer. He was studying in England, and a colleague cajoled him into...
On Sunday, March 24, at 4 p.m. members of the public can join the Hoboken Historical Museum at 1301 Hudson St. to celebrate the publication of its latest oral history chapbook, "The Basic Goodness of People," based on the...
Hudson County residents are invited to join Angel Hugs 4 All, Continuing Education, and the Office of Student Activities for a special family workshop in celebration of Women’s History Month. In this hands-on crafting class students will learn how to...
Art Fair 14C, an initiative of the Jersey City Arts Council, will showcase contemporary art in New Jersey and beyond. A juried show will highlight the works of individual artists as well as more than 100 curated galleries. The exhibit...
Playwright Randy Noojin will present a reading of his new play, “Joe Hill & The Wobblies,” as part of the annual Hudson Theatre Works play reading series, PlayWorks. The performance, suitable for high school age audiences and older, will be...
Hudson County Community College’s Department of Cultural Affairs invites the community to a collaborative exhibition that explores the repurposing of what was the economic spine of Jersey City’s industrial past. “Urban Crossroads: Reimagining Jersey City’s Abandoned Infrastructure” is the result...
The Guttenberg Arts Gallery is presenting an exhibit called “The Human Condition,” featuring the works of 13 area print makers who have a shared history producing an arts publication called Carrier Pigeon: Illustrated Fiction and Fine Art. Carrier Pigeon...
Roomful of Teeth, an eight-member vocal ensemble, was founded in 2009 by composer and artistic director Brad Wells. The members have used their classical discipline to create vocal arrangements with a shared aim to “push the potential of the...
Union City filmmakers are in the post-production phase of "The Forgotten Olympian," a documentary detailing the life of Otis Davis, who won two gold medals in the 1960 Rome Summer Olympics. Davis, a resident for almost 30 years, is...
Rock and roll was in his Mark Rivers’ blood, going back to when he was young and his grandmother brought him to see Elvis Presley in concert. His grandmother also purchased him many of the Elvis albums. A native of...
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