The Latest Noise Presents an ALEOproduction: The Last Waltz 5.0

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In November 1976, a bunch of the finest musicians of the time came together to celebrate THE BAND’s final performance, The Last Waltz at the esteemed Winterland Ballroom.

THIS November 2018, a bunch of Hudson County’s finest musicians will come together to recreate this historic event at White Eagle Hall.
For the 5th time.

Friday, November 16th at White Eagle Hall

8 PM

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John Hammond: Acoustic Blues

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General Admission: $25 @ door / $20 advanced purchase (automatically applied at checkout) VIP Tickets: $45 (only 12 VIP seats available for this show)

Grammy winner and Jersey City resident John Hammond was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2011. “John’s sound is so compelling, complete, symmetrical and soulful with just his voice, guitar and harmonica, it is at first impossible to imagine improving it,” says his longtime friend and collaborator Tom Waits. “He’s a great force of nature. John sounds like a big train coming. He chops them all down.”

FRIDAY, November 16th at 7 PM 

CAF LIVE, 39 Erie Street in downtown JC

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JC’s Big Read

2018-11-06_12-46-54The Jersey City Arts Council’s Literary Arts Committee is actively raising funds to provide free copies of Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel to 100% of Jersey City’s high school and college students so they can participate in the 2019 NEA Big Read. Fundraising ends November 27, 2018.

Jersey City has selected to read Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel this coming March for the NEA Big Read. Mandel is the author of four novels, an Arthur C. Clarke award winner and a National Book Award Finalist. Her post-apocalyptic novel Station Eleven is a New York Times and international bestseller. The NEA Big Read will be celebrated as a month-long, citywide event, with more than three dozen programs, including literary readings, special workshops, slams, short films, art shows, and youth activities—all culminating in a visit from the writer Emily St. John Mandel on April 3.

The Arts Council’s campaign asks residents to donate just $5 to help ensure that every Jersey City high school and college student can participate in the NEA Big Read. The Literary Arts Committee has partnered with publisher Penguin Random House to print and deliver up to 25,000 copies of the book at cost, a savings of more than $250,000 from the cover price. Each $5 donation from the public will put a free copy of Station Eleven into the hands of a Jersey City student. The most generous donor will be thanked, with a logo if appropriate, on the back cover of all 25,000 books.

“The NEA Big Read is going to be filled with fun and thought-provoking events, all sparked by this wonderful novel,” said Robinson Holloway, Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Arts Council. “We want everyone in Jersey City to participate, and we know that for many students the purchase of an un-assigned book can be a luxury. Penguin Random House has been an extraordinary partner, and we can’t wait for 25,000 conversations to start.”

Fundraising ends November 27, 2018, to allow time to print and distribute the books for the start of the NEA Big Read festivities in March 2019.

HOW TO DONATE:
Donations of $5 (or more) can be made with a credit card at jerseycityartscouncil.org/big-read/ or a check made out to Jersey City Arts Council can be mailed to JCAC, 331 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07302.

The Jersey City Arts Council is registered as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. The NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

IMPORTANT LINKS:
www.jerseycityartscouncil.org/big-read
www.arts.gov/national-initiatives/nea-big-read
www.emilymandel.com

Nimbus Gala 2018: Take Root

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Saturday, November 17th 

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Raising Funds for Construction and Equipping the Nimbus Arts Center at the Lively.

In December 2019, Nimbus Dance Works will open the Nimbus Arts Center at the Lively, located at 321 Warren Street in Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District. One of the most significant investments in the arts in Jersey City history, the comprehensive arts center will include a 150-seat black box theater, studio and rehearsal space for Nimbus Dance Works’ Company and School, and partnership with Saint Peter’s University and Pro Arts Jersey City.

Take Root is an immersive evening of dance celebrating the company with excerpts performed from Nimbus classics and new works. Enjoy drinks, light fare, live & silent auction, live music and dancing – Take Root will bring together friends, arts lovers, and leaders from community, business, and politics in support of this important cause.

The Jersey City Record Riot!

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WOW! RECORDS RECORDS & MORE RECORDS! Come shop at the final Jersey City Record RIot of 2018! Over 30 tables of LPs, 45s, CDs and other music stuff await you. Dealers from all over the NY/NJ area, including quite a few local JC dealers, including Dave P, Deepcreep, Iris Records & others. Free admission all day!!! All genres of music are included, all price ranges, something for everyone. Don’t miss this fun vinyl event!

Theater: Trojan Women

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Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) presents Trojan Women, a modern multimedia and multilingual adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy. The Trojan Women by Euripides, directed by Olga Levina, JCTC’s Artistic Director.

A foreign army marches through the defeated city of Troy. They destroy every vestige of civilization left after a brutal war. They’ve slaughtered the men and captured the women, whom they brutally assault and separate from their children. Will the only survivors of Troy be massacred as well? Will the women be forced into marriage or slavery by their conquerors or will they be made to live like refugees in their devastated city, subject to the whims and desires of the occupying soldiers?

Trojan Woman is that rare work of literature that has gained more power and relevance with time… JCTC’s production of Trojan Women highlights women’s strength, wisdom and compassion and is meant to spark a conversation about the ways “the others” are dehumanized through prejudice, oppression and violence in society. For thousands of years, men have fought wars, but women endure the aftermath, binding the wounds, mopping up the blood and stitching civilization back together. JCTC has brought diverse team of artists from multiple arts disciplines and cultural backgrounds to create Trojan Women for 21st century audiences. Join us at JCTC/Merseles Studios November 2-18; Thursday-Saturday, 8:00-9:30; Sunday, 6:00-7:30

First Annual Jersey City Bergen Apple Fest

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Saturday, November 3rd at the Apple Tree House

The Bergen Square Historical SocietyJersey City Landmarks Conservancyand the Jersey City Office of Cultural Affairs presents the First Annual Jersey City Bergen Apple Fest!

Join local historian Dr. James Dievler on a walking tour of Bergen square, beginning at 11:30 am at 71 Sip Avenue, and conclude at the Apple Tree House.

During the event:
– Take a free tour of the Apple Tree House
– Taste NJ’s 10 most popular apples with the Gardeners of Somerset Valley
– Taste-test home-baked Apple pies and desserts as part of our contest
– See period costumes with the Daughters of the American Revolution
– Listen to live music and partake in classic Fall activities

Entry is free and open to the public. Call the Office of Cultural Affairs at (201) 547-6921 for additional information.

***Interested vendors and dessert contest participants must read the following information and visit https://www.jerseycityculture.org/bergenapplefest2018/ to download and complete the application.*

 

Stratford on Duncan: Henry VI Part 2

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Saturday, October 27th at 3 PM

Stratford-upon-Duncan closes out their 2018 season of staged readings with Henry VI Part 2. Join us as we see how King Henry VI deals with inability to quell the bickering of his nobles, the death of his trusted adviser Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, the rise of the Duke of York and the inevitability of armed conflict, leading into the beginning of the Wars of the Roses. Admission is free…refreshments will be served.

Terminal of Terror 3: The Freak Show

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October 27th & 28th at the Central Railroad Terminal

Join us as we transform the historic Central Railroad of NJ into The Terminal of Terror 3 on October 27th Located in a one of a kind venue over looking the gorgeous Manhattan skyline in the heart of Liberty State Park. All aboard!

This year we are going bigger and better, with more attractions, bars and facilities.

Saturday 11am-4pm Spooky Circus (in collaboration with JC Families)
Saturday 9pm-2am- Terminal of Terror Part 2

There will be Food Trucks, Activities, Spooky entertainment, a Costume Contest with a large cash prize and much more!

There will also be a Family Friendly event Saturday from 11am-4pm in collaboration with JC Families!

Biggest Surati Lights of Diwali 2018

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October 24th through the 28th 

Surati for Performing Arts  in partnership with  Art House brings the largest, most culturally relevant Diwali festival in the East coast to the people of Jersey City and beyond which will run for 4 days.

Diwali celebrates light over darkness and good over evil and this year people will celebrate three-fold with three distinct events.

Rimli Roy’s “RAMAAVAN” – A Musical – An original Broadway style production with world genres – songs, Indian classical and contemporary dance theater, drama, song, opera… that links the story of Diwali with Prince Ram from India and King Ravan from Lanka. Inspired by the Indian epic tale of love, courage, revenge and righteousness – “The Ramayana”.
Family-friendly.
Shows Wed Oct 24 – Fri Oct 26 at 7:30 pm, Sat Oct 27 at 12 pm
At the Art House theater, 262 17th St, Jersey City, NJ
Buy tickets at www.suratiinc.com
2. Diwali Ethnic Bazaar and Street fair
Inside all covered tents, Vendors, Kids Zone, Food, Drink, Sparklers, Interactive dance and music, Rangoli, Henna
Sat Oct 27, 11 am – 7 pm
17th Street, between Coles St and Jersey Ave, Jersey City
Entry is free
Online registration coming soon.
3. Diwali Spectacular – Indoor Gala style Diwali Party
Delicious Indian Dinner buffet spread, Live entertainment, DJ, Dance, Fashion Show, Cash Bar, Special Kids hang out room
At Art House, 262 17th St, Jersey City, NJ
Limited tickets go on sale soon at www.suratiinc.com