Transit Art
Original artwork adorns each stop on the light rail
by Gilbert Aguon
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After a hard day’s work, you make your way to the light rail station, head down, headphones on. You’re at the Pavonia-Newport stop, on your way to the Martin Luther King Drive station, and you can’...
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Liberty Harbor
From boats and bait shops, fish shacks and forsaken factories, to high-end development
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Back in the day, mention Liberty Harbor and almost everyone would say, oh yeah, the marina. Where Surf City now stands there used to be a fish store and restaurant reportedly owned by Rev. Sun Myun...
Freeform Radio Lives On in Jersey City
WFMU retains the same underground FM concept that started in the 1960s
by Al Sullivan
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Anyone who listens to “the Glen Jones Radio Programme featuring X. Ray Burns” knows that WFMU-FM is about as pure New Jersey as Bruce Springsteen. It is also much, much more, despite a weak broadca...
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VANISHING JERSEY CITY
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HOW WE LIVE JCM
by Kate Rounds
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PARAMOUNT AT THE BEACON The homes we are highlighting in this issue are both owned by newcomers to Jersey City, young adventurers who are really enjoying their new digs and their new town. Join the...
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Businesses Make Jersey City Work
by KATE ROUNDS
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FROGS ARE GREEN (201) 420-8205 info@frogsaregreen.com frogsaregreen.org Most people, even if they’re into cute fuzzy animals, find frogs pretty endearing. The folks behind Kermit the Frog can attes...
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The Jackson Avenue trolley—the last trolley to run in Jersey City—closed down in August of 1949. Jackson Avenue had been a shopping haven, reaching its heyday in the 1940s and ‘50s.
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Foodie Heaven
Jersey City is fast becoming a restaurant destination
by Lauren Barbagallo
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A recent article in NYC Zagat’s touted Jersey City’s “culinary revolution,” recommending seven local spots worthy of a trip across the river. Big-city talents from Nobu and Momofuku have set up sho...
Meadowlands CEO voluntarily taking new role
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SECAUCUS – Thomas Considine is resigning voluntarily as CEO of Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center and not being pushed out, according to njbiz.com. Earlier reports indicated that Considine, who to...
Shooting may be ruled a homicide
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JERSEY CITY -- The shooting of a man in Jersey City Heights on Tuesday may be ruled a homicide, according to several sources familiar with the investigation. The man was fatally shot in the back of...