Performing arts centers, museums and concert halls may be closed, but we still have plenty of coverage about Jersey’s entertainment scene. While you’re cooped up at home, catch up some of our favorite feature articles focused on the arts from the past year.
With a new name and a new leader, the 110-year-old institution aims to polish its image as a cultural hub. (Jan 2020 issue)
After almost 40 years and the loss of singer/songwriter Pat DiNizio, the band heads to the New Jersey Hall of Fame. (Oct 2019 issue)
The city’s $172-million arts complex has finally been unveiled. (Sept 2019 issue)
The Italian-born artist/actor says his first visit to New Jersey changed everything. (Aug 2019 issue)
Local artists are still strumming in varied venues throughout the state, from cafes and churches to libraries and living rooms. (Aug 2019 issue)
Anger at the current political landscape inspires the actress/comedian’s latest episode as author and activist. (July 2019 issue)
The legacy of Renaissance man Paul Robeson has been virtually erased from American history. On the centenary of his graduation, the university is working to restore it. (May 2019 issue)Click here to leave a comment