The original Dirty Dozen Brass Band will kickoff the first of the Mardi Gras AC free CRDA summer concerts 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 20, at Kennedy Plaza.
Next week, all eyes will be focused above the streets of Atlantic City, on the sky scraping casinos opening their doors for the first time.
Thursday, June 21
When the storm of 1962 destroyed many of the businesses that kept Sea Isle City buzzing, the town knew it had to show South Jersey that it was still a great place to shop, dine and visit. So, in the summer of 1963, the Tourism Commission came up with Skimmer Festival.
The Greater Wildwoods Tourism Improvement and Development Authority (GWTIDA) announced today that the Wildwoods’ beach has been named the “Best Beach in New Jersey” in a USA Today’s 10Best Reader’s Choice travel awards contest.
On June 16, 1978, the iconic movie-musical “Grease” burst onto the silver screen. This June marks 40 years since the world was introduced to the Pink Ladies and T-Birds, endlessly cool in their satin, pink bombers and leather jackets.
A few years after attending the inaugural 2014 Hop Sauce festival, inspiration struck Rob Zarko, owner of Ship Bottom Brewery in Beach Haven.
A.R. Gurney’s play “Sylvia” will be performed at the Gateway Playhouse from Friday to Sunday, June 1 to 3, and then again from June 8 to 10. A Fool Moon Theatre production, the show is a funny and touching story about human connection, featuring a love triangle between a woman, a man and his…
Kate McCauley Hathaway, mother of actress Anne Hathaway, will star in the play “Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End” at Cape May Stage.
After 30 years in the Los Angeles arts scene, Bill Sterritt needed a change. Last year, he stumbled upon an unused space, small but full of potential, in the Cape May Airport.
THE COMPETITION IS FIERCE
Bayfest, much like Ocean City’s Doo Dah Parade, is one of those annual events that signals the start of everyone’s favorite time of year. It’s a cue for the birds to sing, a green light for flowers to bloom and the official thumbs up to Mother Nature indicating that it’s OK to start preparin…
The shoddy record-keeping of the 1500s has somewhat obscured the specific birthday of perhaps the best writer the English language has ever known. However, most historians agree that William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564.
Some of the area’s best guitarists will play Saturday, April 21, at the Harbor Square Theatre. Dennis Donnelly, Ernie Trionfo and Donald Lee Shough are the featured performers, with resumes that include opening or playing with musicians like Gregg Allman, Boz Scaggs, Willie Nelson, Patti LaB…
The simplified history of the musical genre gypsy jazz is that it was begun by guitarist Django Reinhardt and violinist Stéphane Grappelli in 1930s Paris.
Last year, when Kix McNutley’s in Sea Isle City invited ladies to head to the bar for a pajama party as part of the town’s Girls Weekend, the offer was met with enthusiasm and then some.
Grab your favorite pair of blue jeans, because Go Blue for CASA is back.
Miss America Cara Mund is no stranger to fashion shows. When she was just 14 she ran her first Make-A-Wish fashion show in her home state of North Dakota, which inspired the platform that would go on to help her win the 2018 title of Miss America, “Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion.”
From egg hunts to Easter Bunny brunches to fashion parades, South Jersey is bursting with festive fun for the Easter season. Grab your bonnets and baskets for these South Jersey Easter celebrations.
Wildwood has a gorgeous new events venue ready for business just in time for the summer season. Byrne Plaza, on the corner of Pacific and Oak avenues, has been shined up by the Wildwood Business Improvement District, who revamped the scruffy patch of grass into an event space with all the be…
The phenomenally successful NBC show “This Is Us” just wrapped up its second season last week, much to the dismay of the show’s millions of fans, who anxiously await their Tuesday night ugly cry thanks to the always bittersweet episodes.
St. Patrick’s Day sits pretty low down on the totem pole of holidays. It’s not a day for gift-giving. Few decorate their homes for it. It has religious connections, but most ignore church services in favor of a couple pints of Guinness. It’s not even a holiday that warrants a day off from work.
See the story of the American dream come to life at a performance of “Celtic Nights — Oceans of Hope” 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 21 at the Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts.
UPDATE: Eagles' Quarterback Carson Wentz will not attend the Maxwell Awards due to a family issue. Go to ACWeekly.com for more.
Hear the true story of a woman whose four-legged friend saved her heart in more ways than one during a screening at the Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts & Sciences 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10.