Jersey City, NJ â€“THE HAMILTON PARK CONSERVANCY presents the 7th Annual Hamilton Park BBQ Festival, Saturday, September 24, 2016, noon to 8 pm, at McWilliams Place, on the east side of Hamilton Park. The BBQ Festival is a fun, end of summer neighborhood event. Proceeds of the Hamilton Park BBQ Festival benefit the Hamilton Park Conservancy (501(c)(3) dedicated to assisting the city in the maintenance, improvement and preservation of the five-acre Victorian-era park in the historic district of Hamilton Park. The Conservancy is responsible for the Lawn Renovation Program, and maintenance of two community tennis courts. The park was named for founding father Alexander Hamilton by his friend and fellow federalist, John B. Coles. Continue reading 7th Annual Hamilton Park BBQ Festival Saturday, September 24th, 2016 Noon to 8pm
Â Â Next Up:Â Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2
By Sally Deering
Â Never mind getting upstaged by fancy swordplay or an actor taking too long for his death scene. Hudson Shakespeare Companyâ€™s adaptable actors must endure teens on skateboards, barking dogs, ambulance sirens, even low-flying helicopters while they project the dense and rhyming lines of The Bard.
Such is the actorâ€™s life when performing with the Hudson Shakespeare Company, now in its 25th year. This summer, the ensemble puts on three Shakespeare plays and will bring Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 to Hamilton Park on Thurs, Aug. 18 at 7 pm.Â Admission is free thanks to support from the Hudson County Office of Cultural Affairs and other supporters of the arts.
On a recent Thursday evening, local park-goers gathered in Hamilton Park for Edward III.
In a quasi-amphitheater setting that turned the steps leading down from the gazebo into audience seating and the circular walkway surrounding the gazebo into the stage for the play, the actors adorned in capes, boots, breastplates and leather accoutrements acted Edward III against a moving backdrop of kids playing ball, people walking their dogs, and commuters heading home from a long day at the office. Continue reading URBAN SHAKESPEARE Â Hudson Shakespeare Company plays The Bard in Hamilton Park, Jersey City
“River View Observer Best Pick Developers for Jersey City.”Â
Brothers Eric Silverman and Paul Silverman have been developing real estate in Jersey City since 1981, but they are not ordinary developers. While others are making a splash building modern skyscrapers and luxury condos on the waterfront, the Silverman brothers have spent the last three decades quietly transforming former warehouses into mixed-use buildings, schools into residences and abandoned storefronts into fashionable shops throughout Jersey City.
The brothers founded SILVERMAN, now the foremost developer of mixed-use residential buildings, historic landmarks and creative retail destinations in Jersey City, and today serve as a major engine behind the city’s revitalization. The company provides affordable and market-rate housing options to the greater community of Jersey City while building family oriented neighborhoods and supporting local retailers. Continue reading Eric Silverman and Paul Silverman, Founders and Principals of SILVERMAN