City Drops Lawsuit Against Friends of Loew’s, Here Are The Movies Van Vorst Park Will Screen This Summer

**Mayor Steven Fulop just announced that the city is dropping its lawsuit against Friends of Loew’s (FOL). The city had been hoping to break FOL’s lease on Loew’s — which runs through 2020. Going forward the two will work together… Continue Reading

Low Fidelity, Choc-O-Pain Opening Soon in the Heights, Taphaus to Open Third Biergarten

**Low Fidelity — a new bar by the team that bought us The Archer — will open in Jersey City Heights sometime in late June. Located at 328 Palisade Avenue, the bar recently got its new signage installed. —Low Fidelity… Continue Reading

Red Cocktail Lounge Opens Friday, Newport 10K Registration Deadline, Trader Joe’s Hoboken Opens May 19

**Raval’s new underground dance and cocktail lounge — Red — is slated to open Friday night. It’ll be located inside Raval restaurant (in the basement) and it’ll be open from 9pm to 3am this Friday and Saturday. —Red Jersey City… Continue Reading

Neighborhood News: Jersey City Named Most Diverse City, PA Mulls Airport Tax for Taxis & Uber

**WalletHub has named Jersey City the most diverse city in the country. The 2017 study looked at 501 of the most populated U.S. cities across three key metrics: ethnoracial diversity, linguistic diversity, and birthplace diversity. Three Maryland cities ranked 2… Continue Reading