‘Don’t Tell Jersey City’ Comedy Show


When: Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 7 PM

Where: Purchase a ticket and the exact location of the show will be emailed to you at noon on the day of the event

Don’t Tell Comedy
For people who love laughing and despise overpriced drinks!

Secret Comedians
Secret Location

BYOB to a secret location (revealed at noon on the day of the show) and see the best comedians from around the country! You never know who might show up.

How does it work?
Purchase a ticket and the exact location of the show will be emailed to you at noon on the day of the event.

What to expect:
Join us at a secret location to experience a diverse lineup of hilarious (secret) comedians! Our secret locations have included storefronts, residences, rooftops, and the occasional steam ship! Come to Don’t Tell Comedy have a few drinks, laugh, and meet new people.

Check out their website for more info


Jersey City Trivia Night


When: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 7 PM

Where: Atlas Public House – 130 Newark Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302

Which cast member of the show Friends had Kojac actor Telly Savalas for a Godfather?

Come on down to Trivia Night at Atlas Public House on Tuesday, March 26 at 7pm and find out. Not only is this a great opportunity to show off your passion for trivia and fun facts, you’ll also get to mingle and learn more about the event’s host, Jersey City Ties. Feel free to bring friends.


Adult Drawing Class at WORD

adult classes

When: Monday, March 18, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Where: WORD Jersey City – 123 Newark Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302

Drawing classes are back at WORD Jersey City. Bookseller and illustrator/artist Chazz Jogie will lead a five-week course this March—on Sundays for kids and on Mondays for adults—that will culminate with a mini art show in the store. This time around, students will learn how to illustrate their own comic book pages, and at the end of the course will have the opportunity to present their work in an open workshop.

The class price includes all necessary materials for the session (sketch pad, pencils, sharpener, and eraser) as well as a small snack for the kids’ classes. Classes are available à la carte or as a full course. Kids’ classes begin on March 3 and adult classes begin March 4; the kids’ class will run from 2 to 4 PM and the adult class will run 7 to 9 PM.

Members of WORD’s Inner Circle program will receive their usual 10 percent discount.

KIDS’ CLASS DATES: March 3, March 10, March 17, March 24, March 31

ADULT CLASS DATES: March 4, March 11, March 18, March 25, April 1


JCTC Play Reading: I Don’t Know How She Does It at Merseles Studios


When: Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 8 PM

Where: Jersey City Theater Center – 339 Newark Ave, Jersey City, New Jersey 07302

How does one Puerto Rican woman rise from public housing to become a Pulitzer Prize winner, despite an apathetic Virgin Mary, tragic loss and an epic downpour of bird poop? This one-person show cycles through eight moments in one Boricua’s life to explore how imagination and humor help her survive and achieve despite struggles and haters—most especially herself. Each of the eight monologues suggests a different setting and stage in the speaker’s life. The show is loosely autobiographical, inspired by the playwright’s own journey to overcome “brown shame”, her lack of faith and the loss of her infant son.

Nancy Méndez-Booth is a writer and spoken word performer, and teaches writing and Latinx literature and culture at colleges and universities in New York and New Jersey. She grew up in NYC public housing, where shy brown girls were taught to be quiet and not to aspire to attend Amherst College nor complete two graduate degrees (both from Rutgers-Newark). Her writing has appeared in print and online, most recently in Kweli Journal, as well as Poets & Writers, Salon, OZY, VIDA: Women in Literary Arts, her blog (nancymendezbooth.com/blog), and is forthcoming in the Latina Outsiders: Remaking Latina Identity anthology, to be published in 2019. Nancy has performed at Northeast venues including The Moth, Cornelia Street Cafe and Midtown International Theatre Festival, and “Brown Privilege”, one of her most recent pieces, is available for viewing online.

$5 Suggested Donation

Doors: 7:30PM
Play Reading begins at 8PM

Here’s Your Chance To Bike In Jersey City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade


When: Sunday March 10th at 11 AM – 2 PM

Where: Lincoln Park in Jersey City

Get outside and get some fresh Eire: Ride your bike with us in the Jersey City St. Patrick’s Day Parade! On Sunday, March 10, the Bike JC contingent will once again ride along with the floats and marching bands in this traditional and fun event, which also serves as our informal kickoff for the peak biking season.

Check-in for riders starts at 11:00 a.m. on JFK Boulevard between Belmont and Bentley Avenues at the east end of Lincoln Park. The parade steps off from there around noon and rolls north along JFK to the reviewing stand in Journal Square, with a party there afterward inside the grand and historic Loew’s Jersey Theater.
Riding in the parade is slow, informal, and not at all strenuous; mostly we ride leisurely patterns around the boulevard and other marchers, smile, wave to the crowds of spectators, and, of course, WEAR LOTS OF GREEN!

If you’d like to join, please email Ron at rapidron1@msn.com, and tell him how many other riders are coming with you. (However, if you just show up at noonish at the start, nobody’s going to mind.)


The Cliffs Interior Wide View.jpgDeveloper Manhattan Building Company Releases 60 Homes Within Six-Story Luxury Building at 100 Paterson Plank Road.

A unique offering of 60 luxury condominiums in a building expressly redesigned to combine industrial flair with an ultra-health and wellness lifestyle has been released for sale at The Cliffs Collection, a converted factory now featuring expansive loft-style residences set against the tranquil Basalt Cliffs lining Jersey City’s Hoboken border.

The sales launch follows the completion of a comprehensive modernization program at the five-story building which includes a new suite of amenities that incorporates elements of Blue Zone Living, a lifestyle concept emphasizing a balance of diet, good habits and social engagement to initiate healthier, happier and longer lives.  

The Cliffs BedroomAvailable for quick delivery, the newly-released studio-to-four-bedroom condominiums feature open floor plans ranging from 570 to 2,200 square-feet of soaring living space at introductory prices starting from the $500,000s.  Residences are fully customizable, allowing for buyers to work with in-house designers or on their own to tailor their new home with myriad of selections and options – while still enjoying near-immediate occupancy.

“There is simply nothing like The Cliffs Collection offered in Hudson County,” says Sanford Weiss, CEO of Manhattan Building Company, owner and developer of The Cliffs Collection.  “Of course, it starts with the homes themselves where no stone has been unturned. These condominiums defy market standards with unique and oversized living spaces outfitted with designer features and finishes that pay homage to the building’s industrial past.”

Located at 100 Paterson Plank Road in Jersey City, the pre-war building began life in the early 1900s as a boiler factory, and its classic exterior has been restored as part of its rebirth as a signature landmark residential building.  

A mix of old and new will be found throughout the new residences, including soaring 10-to-14-foot ceilings, oversized windows framing panoramas of Hoboken, the Manhattan skyline and the cliffs; exposed brick walls and spiral duct work, engineered wide plank oak flooring, custom built-in closets, kitchens with state-of-the art appliances and industrial-themed fixtures and lavish baths with Kohler fixtures and white glass wall tiles.

The Cliffs Living Kitchen“Buyers can also purchase a home ‘as is,’ allowing for them to privately complete renovations and improvements,” says Joshua Biegel, Project Director for The Cliffs Collection.  

A creative suite of recreational and social amenities at The Cliffs Collection include a fully-equipped fitness center with Himalayan salt sauna, residents-only lounge and library with fireplace, children’s playroom and an industrial-inspired lobby with concrete floors and adorned with historic photos of the building.

Outside, a private urban oasis awaits with an updated courtyard with roofdeck and lounge, beautifully landscaped Zen Garden and hammock area, and an outdoor kitchen with gas grills, fire pits and water features all uniquely set against the breathtaking geological cliffs that nearly touch the building’s western edge.  Residents will also enjoy 24-hour concierge service, bike storage and secured, covered on-site parking.  The pet-friendly building also provides a dog run.

To promote a healthier lifestyle, residents have access to the onsite Sancri Wellness Center, a holistic retreat that stimulates Blue Zone Living with body treatments, yoga room with yoga and meditation classes, as well as a complete wellness events calendar featuring nutritional speakers, health programs and more. Blue Zones are geographic regions worldwide where residents share common lifestyle traits and live exceptionally long lives. 

The Cliffs Fitness“Complementary shuttle service will be provided to the Hoboken PATH station from our front door, bringing the work centers and vibrant nightlife of Manhattan close to home,” Mr. Biegel points out.  “We’re also just blocks from all the entertainment, dining, shopping and more that line Hoboken’s lively Washington Street and Newark Avenue retail corridor.  The 2nd Street Light Rail Station is steps from The Cliffs Collection, providing convenient access to both downtown Jersey City and uptown Hoboken.”

An on-site sales center and fully-furnished model home are open and available to tour at The Cliffs Collection.  For additional information or to schedule a visit to tour the building, please visit www.thecliffscollection.com or call 201-222-0920.

Jersey City Ranked Most Diverse US City


A recent WalletHub study recently named Jersey City ‘the nation’s most ethnically diverse city,’ making this yet another proud Jersey City moment for the books.

In order to identify the most ethnically diverse places in America, WalletHub compared more than 500 of the largest U.S. cities across three key metrics: ethnoracial diversity, linguistic diversity and birthplace diversity. JC took the number one spot for the third year in a row. Pretty cool right?

To see which other cities made the list, click here. 


The 5th Annual New York City Drone Film Festival


When: Fri, Mar 1, 2019, 5:00 PM – Sat, Mar 2, 2019, 11:59 PM

Where: Liberty Science Center – 222 Jersey City Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07305

The New York City Drone Film Festival is the world’s first event dedicated to celebrating the art of drone cinematography by showing the best drone films in the world on the big screen. The festival offers an international platform for filmmakers from every corner of the globe to exhibit their work in front of industry professionals and the drone community. The 5th annual New York City Drone Film Festival will take place March 1st & 2nd 2019.


Friday March 1st, 2019 @ LIBERTY SCIENCE CENTER

  • 4:45pm DOORS
  • 5pm – 5:45pm: LEGAL & POLICY PANEL
  • 6pm – 6:45pm: DRONE TECHNOLOGY PANEL
  • 10:30pm – Midnight: AFTERPARTY with DJ HESTA PRYNN


  • 10am – 4pm: DRONE EXPO
  • 10am – 4pm: SKYDIO R1 DEMOS

Click here for more details

Sustainable Jersey City Launches Eco-Ambassador Program at Hudson County Community College


Sustainable Jersey City Launches Eco-Ambassador Program as Part of Their Annual
Certificate Program In Urban Sustainability at Hudson County Community College
Unique program offers 30 hours / 10 consecutive Monday nites of interactive classes for community stakeholders as primer in sustainability and resiliency.

Local community organization Sustainable Jersey City (SJC) has refreshed its flagship education program to include new learning modules in Wholistic Approaches To Life & Work, Green Infrastructure, Energy Efficiency, Waste Streams and Permaculture, for residents and businesses. CEUs may be available from the US Building Council.

Nine instructors from the region will teach the 10-week course that starts on Monday March 18th, with consecutive Monday evenings, ending May 20th. Each Monday nite session takes place from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at Hudson County Community College, a short walk from the Journal Square PATH transit hub.

The course is both personal and community focused. The new SJC Eco-Ambassador Program is nested in the course and candidates who are interested to reduce their waste stream footprints, both Food Waste and Plastics + Other Materials Waste, will be asked to participate in a study case and share details of their efforts over the next year with the assistance of SJC’s EcoAmbassador Program Instructors.

For more details and to Register for the Certificate Program In Urban Sustainability visit SJC’s Event page on their website HERE. 

Heights House Concert Series Featuring Kirsten E Maxwell


When: Sunday at 2:30 PM – 5:30 PM

Where: Heights House Concert Series, JERSEY CITY HEIGHTS

Kirsten Maxwell is a New York raised singer/songwriter, now based out of Nashville. She has toured extensively over the past four years, and shared stages with such musical greats as Melissa Etheridge, Ferron, and Karla Bonoff.

For further information and to reserve seats, please email
or call Laura at 201-310-1322

Suggested artist donation is $20/guest.
All interested persons must register in advance, as seating is limited.
This is a private event.
Door opens at 2:30 and the performance will begin promptly at 3:00.