With its heartfelt sentiment and thrilling excitement, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is an extraordinary ride for fans and non-fans alike.
The latest installment of the Star Wars franchise did not disappoint. Already breaking box office records before its release, the film is expected to shatter previous records.
The highly-anticipated addition to the beloved franchise meant sold-out screenings across the state Thursday night.
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Dec. 18 through Dec. 24.
The Beach Cinema in Bradley Beach is a vaudeville house-turned-movie theater.
At Octopus Music school instructors teach about 200 students. Approximately 50 are children, teens and adults with special needs. They can take guitar, piano, drums, violin or voice lessons.
Ron Howards' "In the Heart of the Sea" chronicles the apparent truth behind one of America’s earliest epics, Moby Dick.
There are more than 40 trains on display at the Garden State Central Model Railroad Club’s annual holiday display. About 3,000 people visit the holiday train display every year.
Giambri’s Quality Sweets has been making treats for over 70 years. They make about 40,000 candy canes a year, starting production in August and wrapping thing up by mid-December.
The Sinatra exhibit at the Hoboken Museum primarily tells Sinatra's story --- starting with his youth to young adulthood in Hoboken, moving through his recording and film career, his political ...
The weekend is here and if you’re looking for a fun activity this weekend or during the upcoming week, here is a list of events happening Dec. 11 through Dec. 17.
It may be an old holiday, but the Hanukkah we commonly celebrate in America is a relatively new creation.
The film takes a daring approach to reinvigorating a classic and manages to do so with grace and excitement. "Creed" feels authentic without being overly-referential and larger-than-life.
At the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City visitors are given a ticket back in time to view more than 130 artifacts retrieved from the bottom of the ocean.
Producer Sam Hoffman wanted to capture and share the unique, Borscht-Belt-style humor he grew up hearing. He created the web series turned stage play "Old Jews Telling Jokes" to help keep Jewish jokes ...