Hoboken Week in Review
Hoboken Week in Review – November 22, 2015
What was published on Hoboken411 the week ending Sunday, November 22, 2015? See below!
City Happenings & Political Quackery
- Dumb pedestrian bridge – Like that will EVER work between NYC and NJ.
- Zero Visibility – All the new “safety” measures taken in Hoboken has made the city a virtual gauntlet to traverse.
- Smelly Shrimp – The mystery of a ton of rancid seafood that materialized at a downtown park.
- Road Wrecking – We have almost no perfectly paved roads left in Hoboken.
- Parking Hell – A town run by idiots inflicts pain and suffering on normal residents.
- Bicyclist Death Wish – They seem to think that dinky helmets and road paint will keep them safe.
- Hoboken Police Scanner – Our gear got fried. You want to help get it back online, we need donations. Otherwise it’s not coming back here.
Business & Other Hoboken Updates
- Sinatra’s 100th – There are only two places in town for a “genuine” Frank Sinatra celebration.
- Harrison Flats – Weird to see a Hoboken apartment with no windows towards the street.
- TransitScreen – A posh building uptown gets a fancy screen with public transport info on it.
- Grand Vin – New restaurant looking to hire some help when they open.
- Practical Christmas Gifts – For the ladies in your life.
- Control your emotions! – Many don’t understand how outside influences control your feelings inside.
- Bow Tie Cinemas – What was the last good movie you saw?