ArtSCENE March 2018 IN AND AROUND HUDSON

WOMEN’S HISTORY EVENTS

ARTSCENE MARCH 16 2018

BRIDGE ART GALLERY, 199 Broadway at 7th St, BOHO. www.bridgeartgallery.net. Thurs, Mar. 15, 6:30 pm: WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH SPEAKER SERIES. Fireside Chat with Michelle Richardson and Dr. Shaley V.K. Simms.

 FILM

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HUDSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery, 71 Sip Ave, 6th Floor, JC. www.hcc.edu/cultural-affairs. (201) 360-4176. Now through Apr. 28: INDIE FILM FESTIVAL. “This indie film festival features a collection of short films conceived and directed by women filmmakers.” All films are show at all screenings, which are: Thurs, Mar 15 at 12 pm; Thurs, Apr12 at 2 pm; Tues, Apr 17 at 10 am. and 6:30 pm.; and Sat, Apr 28 at 1:30 pm. Screenings are open to the general public, and there is no charge for admission.

 

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LOEW’S JERSEY CITY, 54 Journal Sq, JC. www.loewsjersey.org.  Sat, Mar. 17 at 7 pm. Tix: $8 adults; $6 seniors. THE QUIET MAN starring Maureen O’Hara and John Wayne. This 1952 romantic comedy directed by John Ford is a classic with beautiful cinematography and a great screenplay.

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 ON STAGE

JERSEY CITY THEATER CENTER, Merseles Studios, 337 Newark Ave, JC. www.jctcenter.org. Playreadings:  Tues, Mar. 20, 7:30 pm, $5 donation:  THE FOREST by Lia Romeo. Wed, Mar. 21, 7:30 pm, $5 donation: WISH BONE by Phoebe Farber. Fri, Mar. 23, 8 pm, Tix: $15-$20: 2B OR NOT 2 by Anna Pasquale. Tues, Mar. 27, 7:30 pm, $5 donation: THE OTHER WHITE MEAT by Erin Mallon. Wed, Mar. 28, 7:30 pm; $5 donation: PUSHING THE RIVER by Rosemary McLaughlin. (Pictured: Playwright/actor Anne Pasquale.)

  

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ART HOUSE PRODUCTIONS, 262 17th St, JC. (201) 918-6019; www.arthouseproductions.org. Tix: $25; $18 students/seniors.  Thurs, Mar. 15-Sun, Apr. 1: GRACE, OR THE ART OF CLIMBING by L. M. Feldman. Directed by Adin Walker. “Faced with a painful chapter in her life and fighting the inertia of depression, Emm decides to enter the world of competitive rock-climbing. Her quest through the rugged and humorous terrain of physical training and personal relationships charts the journey of a young woman suspended between muscularity and vulnerability, falling and climbing, parents and children, and the ardor and grace of being human.”

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ALIGHT IN THE DARK- Artist Joyce Yu-Jean Lee’s ‘State of the Dysunion’ Extended at NJCU through Mar. 28

Lee’s Work Explores Media’s Impact and The Search for Hope in a Dystopian Culture

 Alight in the dark

By Sally Deering

 We live in the Information Age where we eat, sleep and ‘digest’ news 24/7. Since Donald Trump became the 45th President of the U.S., and reports of Twitterbots and other Internet propaganda machines churning out lies have become the norm for news, it seems impossible for people to get a grip on the truth.

In an effort to make sense of media messages put out during Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s year-long presidential campaigns in 2016, and these dystopian times since Trump’s election, mixed-media artist Joyce Yu-Jean Lee presents “State of The Dysunion” a new art installation on view at the Visual Arts Gallery on Culver Avenue adjacent to the NJCU campus. The show has been extended through Mar. 28. Continue reading ALIGHT IN THE DARK- Artist Joyce Yu-Jean Lee’s ‘State of the Dysunion’ Extended at NJCU through Mar. 28

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OLC School’s “Taste of Jerxey City” May 11

OLC School’s ‘Taste of Jersey City’May 11, 20187p-11p 2 Seatings 7p-830p and 9p-1030p

Enjoy wonderful ambiance, great food, beverages and music with views from the rooftop in prime Jersey City near Grove street.

TASTE delicacy’s from some of Jersey City’s top restaurants, drink craft beers and wine while listening to DJ Arian.Join OLC School’s annual fundraiser, this year for our school gym renovation. $60. per person inclusive- food, beverages (wine, beer, soda), entertainment For tickets and information, please contact tina.posey@gmail.com

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MUSIC ON BROADWAY FRIDAY MARCH 16, 2018

Music Broadway Bayonne for Friday, March 16 presented by  Mayor Jimmy Davis and The Bayonne Urban Enterprise Zone

Featuring live entertainment at various Bayonne restaurants, cafes’ and taverns. 

Friday  March 16th    listings

MUSIC BROADWAY BAYONNE FRIDAY MARCH 16, 2018

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Street Closure Bayonne

Bayonne: East 21st Street Between Avenue E and Prospect Avenue to Be

Closed During Day on Thursday, March 15

The Bayonne Police Traffic Division advises that East 21st Street between Avenue E and Prospect Avenue will be closed on Thursday, March 15, from 6:15 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., due to concrete pouring work.

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HOBOKEN STORM INFORMATION

Winter Storm Warning Issued; Drivers Reminded to Move Vehicles from Snow Emergency Routes as Plowing in the City has Commenced.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for our area with a forecast for 12 to 14 inches of snow and wind gusts up to 35 miles per hour. Crews from the Department of Environmental Services have begun plowing city streets.

Parking Prohibited on Snow Routes
Drivers are reminded that parking is prohibited on snow emergency routes when streets are snow covered or when a snow emergency is declared. Vehicles parked on snow routes are subject to ticketing and towing. The decision on when to tow vehicles from snow routes is made by the Office of Emergency Management based on road conditions.

This is necessary to move police, fire, ambulances, and snow plows throughout Hoboken in time of emergency for the safety and welfare of all our citizens. Emergency Snow Routes in Hoboken are labeled with street signs that read “No Parking When Road Is Snow Covered.” A map of snow routes is available at www.hobokennj.gov/snow.

Snow Emergency Routes & No Parking Permitted:
Washington Street (Both Sides)
Observer Highway – (Both Sides) Henderson St to Hudson St
Willow Avenue West Side – Observer Hwy to 11th St
3rd Street – North Side – Jackson St to River St
4th Street – South Side – River St to Jackson St
5th Street- South Side – Clinton St to River St
9th Street – North Side – Clinton St to River St
13th Street – North Side – Washington St to Madison St
13th Street – South Side – Washington St to Hudson St

Discounted Garage Parking
The City of Hoboken will provide reduced rate $5 per day parking in municipal Garage B (located on 2nd Street between Hudson and River Streets) and Garage D (215 Hudson Street) for residents with a valid Resident parking permit or Temporary parking permit placard through 8am Thursday morning. In addition, Hoboken residents with disabilities who possess either a handicapped license plate or hang tag for their permitted vehicle may also park in the Midtown garage (371 4th Street) for the same reduced rate. Garage parking space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. When discounted parking is offered, garages frequently fill before the start of the discount period. Residents who wish to park in the garage outside of the discounted hours will be charged the regular garage fees durin
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scount hours.

Keeping Sidewalks Clear
Property owners/occupants are reminded that they have six hours after the completion of a storm to remove snow and ice from sidewalks adjacent to their property, along with adjoining wheelchair ramps or curb cuts. Residents are urged to assist elderly or disabled neighbors with clearing snow from their properties. It is illegal to shovel snow back onto streets or onto fire hydrants. The City is responsible for clearing sidewalks around City-owned properties.

The City performs proactive inspections and also relies on citizen complaints to help identify those property owners that are not meeting sidewalk safety requirements. The vast majority of property owners comply with these regulations, but the City will issue fines to those who do not keep sidewalks clear.

Reporting Problems
To report an unplowed street, unshoveled sidewalk, or other problem, residents can submit an online complaint via www.hoboken311.com or via the Hoboken 311 mobile application.

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