In Asbury Park: New Partnership to Produce Shows on Boardwalk

  New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the state’s largest provider of arts programming, will partner with national real estate developer Madison Marquette of Washington, D.C. to produce live performances, arts education and community engagement events on the Asbury Park Boardwalk starting in December. The alliance of NJPAC with Madison Marquette, the company driving the transformative […]

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Asbury Angels Inducted Sept. 16

  Nine prominent and influential members of Asbury Park’s music scene have been selected by the Asbury Angels Project to be honored with plaques on the city’s “Boardwalk of Fame,” intended to memorialize those who have made important contributions to the city’s musical legacy. The plaque installation ceremony, honoring the 2016 and 2017 “Asbury Angels,” […]

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An All Star Group Performs on Boardwalk

  By DON STINE Three of the best musicians the Jersey Shore has to offer will be playing in Asbury Park on July 5. Pinnacle, comprised of three musicians from area bands, make up the all-star group. “It’s a supergroup with three guys from three different bands. They are all top-shelf musicians who blow people […]

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A Night Filled with Stars

  The New Jersey Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the class of 2016 was held at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park on May 7. Celebrities descended on the city for the event which honored author Carol Higgins Clark and news anchor Connie Chung, who arrived with husband television personality Maury Povich. Both were […]

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“Radio Jersey” To Debut On AsburyMusic.com

  The legendary DJ Lee Mrowicki, formerly of the Stone Pony, has assembled a star-studded supporting staff for a new show called “Radio Jersey” which will broadcast each weekday on AsburyMusic.com and be heard around the world.  Covering everything from Sinatra to Springsteen, “Radio Jersey” will showcase the Garden State like never before. “Radio Jersey” […]

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