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Bayonne, a former icon of industry, is taking initiative for a greener future. Problems once deemed intractable are now being taken on head first, oftentimes little by little. Along with the rest of the world, Bayonne is coming to terms with its environmental footprint and...

Rebirth of a Park by Deanna Gondek When I came to Dennis Collins Park in October, unspectacular mounds of dirt were scattered across the three-quarter mile strip of waterfront. Now, as the winter gives way to the spring, a new park is sprouting from the mounds. Two...

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) Community Partners present Broadway Bound at the Bayonne Museum on March 12th at 6:30pm, where the program features critically acclaimed music from Leonard Bernstein’s most famous musicals. If you’ve loved West Side Story, as well as songs from a host of...

At the command of an adamant voice, the sound of snare drums rolling in sync and brass horns resonate. These triumphant battle sounds send electricity up and down your body. These are the sounds of a triumphant battle. These are the sounds of the Bayonne...

It’s that time of year again where the snow breaks fall, Christmas carolers sing “Silent Night” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” while movies such as, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” plays at downtown Bayonne’s Trinity Parish during Bergen Points Christmas Village on Saturday, December 9th. Bergen...

Tis the season for our favorite Christmas album to remind us of the baby in the manger visited by three wise men from far off lands. Whether they are called three wise men, three magi, or three kings, these exceptional gentlemen exemplify the core reason...

Bayonne has historically been a city of makers. Decades as a major industrial city are now in the past and Bayonne is transitioning into the modern urban puzzle piece missing from the New York metropolitan region. In his new book, The New Urban Crisis, famed urbanist...

Owner of Dance With Me Dance Studios by Scott Wordsman @ScottyWords It’s a thick and humid Friday afternoon in the Broadway Town Center, I notice through my windshield, is oddly quiet for a summer day. I’d never been to Bayonne before, despite living just a couple miles north...