Everything Jersey City Festival
Fun Day Out in the Jersey City Heights
Jersey City Mayor Jerramiah Healy proudly posses with two Jersey City residents at the Everything Jersey City Festival which was held on Saturday May 22nd.
The annual event which ran from 11am to 6pm along 10 blocks of Central Avenue hosted over 300 + Artisits, Crafters, Festival Food Vendors, and local businesses.
The Festival also had 4 stages of free music and entertainment, and kids attractions. Sponosred by the Central Avenue S.I.D Management Corp in partnership with Mayor Healy, and the City of Jersey City Municipal Council, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise and the Board of Chosen Freeholders and paid for in part by the Jersey City Urban Enterprise Zone Program.
All Smiles After the Cantigas Women’s Choir Performance at St. Matthew Trinity Church in Hoboken
Cantigas Women’s Choir’s assistant director Erasmia Voukelatos, Argentine guest conductor and composer of Magnificat Leonardo San Juan, and Cantigas director Joan Litman beam with pride after the Hoboken-based choir performed the North American premiere of San Juan’s piece on Saturday night at St. Matthew Trinity in Hoboken. Cantigas will perform the same program on Wednesday May 26th at 7:30 p.m. in Manhattan at the Church of St. Joseph at 371 Sixth Avenue in the West Village. PHOTO CREDIT: Angelika Fuelleman/CantigasCanco
Jersey City Mayor Jerrimiah Healy and Jersesy City Council President Peter Brennan cut the ribbon for the Grand Opening of the new Zeytinia Market located in the beautful Jersey City’s Canco Lofts located on 50 Dey Street off St. Paul’s Avenue in Jersey City. Once the home of the American Can Company this property was developed to include 158 lofts and 44 spectacular duplex penthouses. CANCO LOFTS
Bayonne High School junior exhibited Ceramic Piece at the Clay Studio Gallery in Philadelphia
Junior Anthony Rodriguez a Ceramic 2 student of Ms. Terri Graham will had his ceramic piece Slab Vessel displayed at a professional art gallery in Philadelphia PA. Anthony’s piece was entered in the Clay In Mind show at Burlington County Regional High School for jurying where it was selected to be exhibited at The Clay Studio Gallery. This show presents the best of student ceramic art throughout the State of New Jersey. Anthony’s Slab Vessel was selected for a 2ND place award. The exhibit ran from Friday May 7th and run until Saturday May 14th.
Anthony Rodriguez plans on a career in Architecture. His interest in geometric spaces and building design is evident in his winning art work.