Arts & Entertainment Top Stories

September 8, 2020

BARNEGAT, NJ – Pirates Day, always a favorite between locals and visitors, has been called off this year.  Captain Kidd’s descendants did not dock due to inclement weather a couple of years ago. The 2020 Annual Event is cancelled this year as regular buccaneers evaluate the threat of too many ...

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NEW JERSEY — New Jersey’s much-anticipated wait for indoor dining looks to be over and just in time for Labor Day. On Friday after nearly five months, restaurants will once again be able to serve indoors while following coronavirus limits, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday at his press briefing ...

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A coalition of funders has established the New Jersey Arts and Culture Recovery Fund (NJACRF) to help ensure the survival of the state’s cultural sector that has faced economic devastation from the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Fund has so far raised more than $1.6 million, including a lead matching ...

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New Jersey- Arts and tourism covers some of our state's beloved assets. ArtPride NJ and the NJ Tourism Industry Association has put the call out to remind the Murphy Administration that even with a limited budget, appropriations for the upcoming 2021 should be retained. In February when Governor ...

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New Jersey- PBS Travel Host Erik the Travel Guy, a resident of New Jersey will be taking middle school students on a virtual field trip to new destinations every Tuesday starting September 1. This free, interactive 30 minute online series, called Vacation Tuesday will engage students with ...

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BEACH HAVEN - The powerful winds from Tropical Storm Isaias destroyed the temporary out theatre venue at Beach Haven's beloved Surflight Theatre. The theatre has had to have their performances outdoors at Bicenteninial Park due to the coronavirus. The storm winds did extensive damage to it's ...

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NEW JERSEY - July 27th is National New Jersey Day. Today we're going to find out what's unique about the Garden State, and maybe settle some serious issues. New Jersey was the third state to ratify the Constitution of the United States of America, the first state to ratify the Bill of Rights.

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LITTLE EGG HARBOR- Friday night just got brighter and Grease is the word as the Edward Thornton Little Egg Harbor Community Center announced their July 24 movie screening of Grease. This 1978 classic musical will have everyone singing along.  The film will begin at dusk, approximately 8:30 pm and ...

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TUCKERTON-  Accolades from a recent South Jersey readership poll listed Tuckerton Seaport for Best Boat Ride per Brooke Salvanto, Executive Director of the Tuckerton Seaport.  The popular Water Ferry Service is bringing riders across the bay to enjoy the Long Beach Island Region. The Tuckerton ...

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