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Buckle up Bayonne, It’s Showtime

by David Mosca | Jersey Journal August 6, 2020  Movies have always served as an escape from the real world. Even getting the movie theater experience seems like a luxury from so long ago. As social distancing continues this late into the summer, people are still looking for relief from being cooped up in their homes […]

Broadway World: Katya Collazo and Adam Davenport Will Star in SHALL WE DANCE For the Bridge Arts Festival’s Stay Home Sofa Series

by BWW News Desk May. 21, 2020  On June 11, 2020 at 6:30PM EST, Katya Collazo (The BlackList) and Adam Davenport (Naked Boys Singing, High Maintenance) will star in “Shall We Dance” written by LIT Council Founder Akin Salawu for the Bridge Arts Festival’s Stay Home Sofa Series. The Bridge Arts Festival Stay Home Sofa Series was conceptualized by husband and wife Cheryl Mack and […]

Who Runs the World?

by Katherine Guest–  Women have loomed into the artistry of jazz for centuries—fortunately this year, the Bridge Arts Festival plans to kicks off their cultural event with an all-female jazz lineup of vocalists, instrumentalists and musicians alike, on Saturday, September 7th

Public Art Installation Features the Many Faces of Bayonne

By Falyn Stempler | The Jersey Journal When Cheryl Mack turned on the morning news one day last spring, she didn’t expect to see anything extraordinary. But when a segment on JR, an anonymous French artist who created the “Inside Out Project: People’s Faces,” she was filled with inspiration. The project, which consists of photo […]

What are Animodules? – Bayonne Community News

What are Animodules? – Peace Ambassadors Come to Bayonne The lived experiences of the people in a community should ideally be reflected in public art displays. But that is not always the case in Bayonne, where commercial statues forged in a faraway warehouse stand along Broadway and a monument dedicated to the victims of the 9/11 […]

Who or what was most influential in 2018?

The year 2018 found Hudson County energized by memorable people, important organizations, and trends that reflected what was happening around the country and around the world. Here is the Hudson Reporter’s list of local luminaries, dodgy characters, major events, cultural shifts, or silly happenings that were influential in 2018. 1 Immigration Activists Activists and elected officials […]