“Holiday Charity Event Talent Show”
St. John’s Food Pantry Charity Event Holiday TALENT SHOW Saturday November 19, 2016 St. John’s Lutheran Church 155 North St. Jersey City NJ DOORS OPEN 5:30 SHOW TIME 6:00 $25 ADVANCE TICKETS / AT DOOR $30.00 THE NIGHT INCLUDES… MUSIC-SINGING-BANDS-COMEDY & DANCERS DINNER/GIVE AWAYS/LIVE ENTERTAINMENT/RAFFLES & MORE!!
“72-Unit Project Approved at 429-437 Bergen Ave, Jersey City”
Plans have been revealed for a new mixed-use development on the West Side of Jersey City. A new five-story building will be coming to 429-437 Bergen Avenue, at the southwest corner of Clendenny Avenue, in Ward B. The development will consist of 72 residential units on the top four floors and 2,150 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. Fifty off-street parking spaces will be provided on site on one story behind the building.
“And Then They Came For Me: Remembering The Word of Anne Frank”
From November 15th-19th, the Jersey City Theater Center will be displaying this tear-jerking multimedia play, by award-winning playwright James Still and directed by Susan Kerner. The message of And Then They Came For Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank resonates beyond the 20th century genocide in Europe. As performed by a racially diverse cast, the play speaks to the senseless persecution of people worldwide based on nationality, religion, race, and gender. Come see videotaped interviews of two teen-age friends of Anne Frank – Holocaust survivors Eva Schloss and Ed Silverberg – with live actors recreating scenes from their lives during WWII. Eva Schloss, Anne Frank’s posthumous stepsister and internationally honored Holocaust educator, will participate with the actors and director in a post-play discussion.