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Sunday Meet the Artist Series - Winard Harper presents Gene Ghee
Featured Artist
Winard Harper, himself one of the famous drummers of our time, brings world class Jazz artists to Jersey City - every Sunday evening and early enough so that you can bring the kids! Moore's Lounge is a legendary venue - offering Jazz acts since 40 years to the Jersey City downtown community and beyond - no need to travel to NYC if Jazz is what you need most and no need to spend a fortune. Come to Moore's Lounge on Sunday, enjoy superb Jazz music and find out more about the featured Artist's fascinating life and career.

Sunday Meet the Artist Series - Winard Harper presents Gene Ghee Ski Trip to Mountain Creek
Four mountain peaks. Eight lifts. One ticket. All a bus away.

Conveniently located just one hours’ drive from Jersey City, Mountain Creek has a variety of terrain suitable for every ability level, and delivers a true mountain experience both on and off the slopes.

▶ ▶ Tickets start at $30:

Activities: Boarding, skiing, snow tubing, and zip lining.
Restaurants, bars, outdoor fires, and an indoor chalet provide the perfect setting to come in from the cold.

▶ ▶ Book your #JCSkiTrip:

▶ Grove & Columbus, Jersey City
▶ Hoboken PATH Station

▶ Mountain Creek – Vernon, New Jersey

▶ 9:00am to 4:30pm


 AM 9:30--PM 0:00
Ski Trip to Mountain Creek GJC Wellness Day
Spend a day surrounded by wellness, fitness, healthy living, and delicious food.
We wanted to bring our neighbors a little closer and share in a day of wellness and fitness by showcasing local businesses and industry leaders.
Participate in kickboxing, yoga, meditation, workshops, and a panel discussion.

All participants entered into a raffle worth $450
All participants take home a swag bag and discounts worth $350

GJC Wellness Day

 AM 10:00--PM 4:00
GJC Wellness Day Put Your Best Face Forward in 2017
Put your best face forward in 2017 with Luca Cusolito of Creative Enabler and Tracey Noelle Luz of Spread Your Fire Productions!

We want to help you shake the dust off your online presence and get poised for success with a brand new headshot and an updated mini-resume/LinkedIn profile!

Whether you are looking for a new gig or building your own empire in 2017, we're going to make you look good.

◃◃ Professional photoshoot
◃◃ Three edited headshots
◃◃ 10 minute makeover/touch-up with professional make-up artist
◃◃ 45 minute personal branding strategy session
◃◃ Professional copywriting to spruce up your social media profiles

Click here book your spot:

Creative Enabler // Luca Cusolito
Hate LinkedIn but know you need to figure it out? Luca will work with you to refresh your profile and create new language that will make you irresistable to new employers or prospective clients. Luca will also develop a personal branding strategy around your professional goals that you can use on LinkedIn and other social media channels.

Fun fact: LinkedIn will get you four times as much website traffic over Facebook and Twitter. Isn't that crazy? You can't afford not to explore how LinkedIn can grow your personal brand or independent business in the new year.


Spread Your Fire Productions // Tracey Noelle Luz
Spread Your Fire Productions is a full service production company that creates beautiful imagery to share your vision, tell your story and build your brand. Tracey has secret powers that capture your distinct energy for portraits that are authentic, unique, and decidingly you. You'll spend 20 minutes with Tracey to get the right shot and will walk away with 3 edited web-ready images that you'll be excited to show off as your new profile images.


Andcowork is Jersey City's premier collaborative and social co-working space, with premium creative space and a roster of events that connect creative professionals with their community,

Click here book your spot:

 PM 4:00--PM 5:00
North River Sing Community Chorus Concert

 PM 6:00--PM 7:45
North River Sing Community Chorus Concert Wag The Dog
At the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theratre

Starring Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Anne Heche, Woody Harrelson, Denis Leary. Directed by Barry Levinson. 1997, 97mins., Color. In 35mm.

A political leader is in trouble, and his team decides the best way to save him is divert the public's attention. A "spin-doctor" is hired, and he in turn engages a Hollywood producer to "stage" a big, flag-waving event -- namely, a war. A plot that could have felt a bit too out there began to seem like the evening news as the Clinton scandals broke, followed by the second Gulf War, and now a campaign that saw one candidate emerge from the light-streaked clouds of a fox machine at his convention. In addition to its unnerving prescience about manipulative politics, shallow news coverage and the public's credulity and short attention span, the movie boasts spot-on performances, including De Niro who, as the cynical spin doctor, proved again that he is very good at satirical comedy. And Hoffman embodied everyone's worst assumptions about the callowness of Hollywood. For better or worse, "Wag The Dog" is not just a very funny movie, it's a great cautionary tale.

$8 for adults; $6 for seniors (65+) and children (12 & younger). Combo pricing for seeing more than one.

 PM 8:15--PM 10:30
Wag The Dog Citizen Kan - at Loew's Jersey
At the Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre

Starring Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Everette Sloan. Directed by Orson Welles. 1941, 119mions., B&W. In 35mm.

At this point in history, "Citizen Kane" is synonymous with "great film", but we should not offhandedly overlook why that is so. Welles came to Hollywood at age 24 as the acclaimed boy genius of stage and radio, and was given unprecedented creative control over his first film. Welles -- who assembled and extraordinary crew that included Herman Mankiewicz, Robert Wise, Bernard Herrmann and Gregg Toland -- used that freedom to the hilt, including breaking conventions in linear narrative, introducing long takes in deep focus and high contrast, and creating innovative sets. But perhaps most strikingly, Welles' subject was very unusual for an American film: a less-than flattering take on power, politics, motivation and character in a story that was loosely based on the life of two American media moguls: most famously, William Randolph Hearst; and also Colonel Robert R. McCormick. Not surprisingly, Hearst did his best to suppress the film, and it was not a box office success. Because of the film's financial failure and Hearst's efforts, Welles' star fell considerably in the eyes of Hollywood's moguls, and for the rest of his life was considered difficult by them. But both in terms of both technical innovation and daring subject matter, "Citizen Kane" went on to influence every generation of filmmaker since. It also helped introduce some great film actors, including Joseph Cotten, Everette Sloan, and Agnes Moorehead. It remains an extraordinary bit of cinema that must be seen on the Big Screen.

$8 for adults; $6 for seniors (65+) and children (12 & younger). Combo pricing for seeing more than one.


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