At the turn of the last century, Fort Lee became the first American film town -- one in which an entire population was employed by the motion picture industry.
"A monolithic view of Black New Jersey is probably a flawed view," said Rutgers historian Clement Price.
Performing arts groups in New Jersey have been struggling to survive during the down economy. NJPAC looks to stay competitive and draw a wide audience.
Before the Civil War, Jersey City was the last stop on the New Jersey Underground Railroad route for many runaway slaves seeking freedom.
Celebrating Black History Month -- To learn more about New Jersey’s Underground Railroad, there are documented stops throughout the state that can still be visited today.
Franklin Lakes' resident Nancy Rosin is a true romantic and is passionate about all things Valentine's Day -- especially handcrafted, antique cards.
Thomas Edison archivist says there's more to learn about the 'Wizard of Menlo Park' beyond his role as an inventor.
If you love the idea of Valentine’s Day but want to explore more creative ways of celebrating, Discover Jersey Arts has done the footwork for you.
"The Convert," now at the McCarter Theatre, is about a young girl’s journey from life in a tribal village to a world of education and modernity in a Catholic mission.
The benefits of design in health care can be seen at Capital Health Medical Center.
The mural, designed by Philadelphia artist Cesar Viveros-Herrera, celebrates the rural and agricultural heritage of Vineland.
Shining a light on how things have changed in the field of arts education, for better or for worse.
A new production of the holiday classic pays homage to American Repertory Ballet’s history and company founder Audrée Estey.
"The Dangers of Electric Lighting" explores the darker side of Thomas Alva Edison, his rivals and industrial transformation.