Arts & Entertainment

June 17, 2021

HOBOKEN, NJ - "It's Sinatra's World, We Just Live In It..." Here in Hoboken, Sinatra's legacy will loom even larger—as officials announce plans to install a Sinatra Statue, in the amphitheater at Sinatra Park, located on Sinatra Drive, along the city's scenic waterfront. Frank often spoke of ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Did you miss live music over the past year? We certainly did. Thankfully, there's something for everyone in this year's Hoboken Summer Concert lineup, with a variety of genres and locations offering a tremendous selection of musical entertainment. “I’m thrilled to invite ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ – Words left unsaid, deeds left undone, songs left unsung—musician Brett Altman is having none of that. His latest single, “Waiting,” is an upbeat shot of musical courage that asks the timely question, what are we waiting for? “‘Waiting’ is about overcoming the fear of rejection ...

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EWING, NJ -- Several World War II aircraft will be flying into Trenton-Mercer Airport this week for tourists to view. The CAF AirPower History Tour featuring historic World War II aircraft will provide cockpit tours, flight demonstrations, and rides.   The event features the B-29 Superfortress ...

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WAYNE, NJ — AAA expects a significant rebound in the number of Americans planning to travel this Memorial Day weekend. From May 27 through May 31, more than 37 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home, an increase of 60% from last year when only 23 million traveled, the ...

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The Starlight Junkies are hooked on putting out music, no matter what. After launching in late 2019 with tentative plans for touring, the world got pretty weird for performing artists in 2020. Nevertheless, their light continues to shine in 2021, with the release of their latest single, “So ...

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TRENTON, NJ — Struggling under coronavirus restrictions and travel limitations, New Jersey’s tourism industry took a major hit last year, with the number of people visiting the state — and the amount of money they spent — registering dramatic declines, according to the state’s 2020 tourism ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Have you been missing live music as much as we have? As COVID numbers decline amid increased vaccination efforts, people seem more and more prepared to culturally re-engage. They'll get their opportunity locally May 21-23, as the inaugural Rock The Haus event comes to uptown ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ – A celebrated member of the New York Metro music scene, James Mastro has released his debut solo single “My God”, via Velvet Elk Records/OneRPM. With credits including songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, arranger and producer, Mastro currently plays with the ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - The weekend before Memorial Day, art returns to the streets of Hoboken. City officials have announced the Hoboken Outdoor Citywide Art Walk & Craft Market 2021—a self-guided, citywide walking tour of displays of artists’ work, photography and a crafts market. On Saturday, ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - There’s a timely new art exhibit coming to Main Street Pops’ Gallery at Pilsener Haus, and it is literally “ripped from the headlines”.  Face Time by Barbara Shelly showcases abstract portraits that are thoughtfully inspired by current events.  This self-taught mixed media ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - This Saturday, May 1, The Roig Collection will be opening their newest gallery—The Giving Gallery—in the heart of Hoboken’s main thoroughfare. We are happy to announce our newest gallery opening this Saturday, May 1st on Washington Street in Hoboken,” said artist Ricardo Roig. “The ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Greetings, normal humans. The robot apocalypse gets a sneak preview here in Hoboken, as Netflix is executing a promo takeover of the Valero 425 Newark Street (at Observer) for their upcoming release, The Mitchells v. The Machines. The Mitchells v. The Machines is an animated ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Earth Day feels more special this year as we have never appreciated the great outdoors more! Here’s a perfect way to celebrate this weekend and get psyched to get out of our homes and play outside again soon. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a thrilling virtual adventure  ...

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NEW JERSEY, NJ - Travel is coming back.  As COVID-19 vaccines continue to roll out, one of the first things many people will be doing this summer is looking to get away with families and loved ones. To that end, Airbnb have announced an 8-point plan to help hosts, guests and communities they ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Right on the heels of Earth Day, Main Street Pops will be presenting The 19th Annual WIld & Scenic Film Festival the weekend of April 24 and 25th, with two curated collections of beautiful and engaging independent short films that capture the Earth’s beauty address the challenges ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - With classrooms and libraries at that point shuttered for more than three months, and few signs of an imminent reopening, a group of local women came together in Summer 2020 to discuss ways to keep children reading. From there, Leah Mermelstein recalled, the idea to bring Little ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Just in time for Spring, local pop-up programming company Main Street Pops will launch a monthly Artisan Market under the 14th street viaduct in Hoboken. Following the success of their annual December Holiday Gift Market, Main Street Pops will kick off the monthly outdoor series on ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - Gigs are hard to come by in the COVID age, but creativity never stops. That’s evident with the Jack Breslin Trio‘s latest instrumental jazz album, Trio, containing all original songs by the three musicians. With Jersey-City based Breslin on upright bass, Brian Princing on ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ – What makes a lifelong Hudson County resident uniquely qualified to write a crime novel? There are probably a lot of answers to that… but in the case of Frank J. Musumici, it’s the interaction with such a diverse collection of real life characters that helped inspire his debut novel, ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ – Once renowned for the most bars per square mile, Hoboken might be in the running for yet another impressive title that puts it head and shoulders above the rest. Artist, graphic designer and photographer McKevin Shaughnessy can now add “headhunter” to his résumé, after what began ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Mile Square Theatre premieres its first Podcast play, written and performed by MST playwright-in-residence Joseph Gallo. In February of 2020, Gallo’s compilation of more than 250 Playbills, made-up entirely of shows he had seen on Broadway and Off-Broadway, opened as part of an art ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Mile Square Theater, in association with All for One Theater, is excited to welcome back the critically-acclaimed and award-winning mentalist Eric Walton. Our audiences will recognize Eric from his performances of Eric Walton: Mentalist in 2018 and 2019. Virtual Impossibilities is ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - Main Street Pops Gallery introduces a powerful new art exhibit opening March 1st that just might change your perspective. New Rome by Fabio Esteban examines Western thought through a broken lens that provides an alternative way of looking at life. By transforming imagery of ...

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HOBOKEN, NJ - As part of its Community Resilience program, Mile Square Theatre commemorates Black History Month with a panel discussion about race and theatre this Tuesday, February 23 from 7:30-8:30pm. Actors Nathaniel Stampley, Blaire Brooks, and Erich McMillan-McCall will join a program ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Steve Lenox, Publisher of TAPinto Bayonne, TAPinto Hoboken, and TAPinto Jersey City, recently welcomed Carrie Nawrocki, Director of the Hudson Regional Health Commission, and David Drumeler, Deputy Business Administrator for Hudson County.  Nawrocki and Drumeler, under the ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Steve Lenox, Publisher of TAPinto Bayonne, TAPinto Hoboken, and TAPinto Jersey City, recently welcomed Pam and Ali O'Donnell to TAP'ed into Hudson. Making her on screen debut, Ali, 11, spoke about the hugs her father, Tim O'Donnell, gave her, and they way her little sister, ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Local legend, and some historians, claims that the Underground Railroad, which helped slaves escape the south prior the American Civil War, may have run through a section of Jersey City. Many of these tunnels may still exist below the cemetery’s hills and hidden crypts and ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - An exhibition that seeks to depict the “depths of the artist’s heart, mind, soul and spirit,” will run Saturday and Sundays until March 21 at ART Gallery, 150 Bay Street in Jersey City, organizers said.  The Empowering: a social justice exhibition, is curated by Danielle Scott ...

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HUDSON COUNTY, NJ - Steve Lenox, Publisher of TAPinto Bayonne, TAPinto Hoboken, and TAPinto Jersey City recently welcomed Hudson County Chairwoman Amy DeGise and Hudson County Republic Organization Chairman Jose Arango to TAP'ed Into Hudson. On the eve of President Joe Biden's inauguration both ...

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