Hoboken Week in Review – 10/4/2009
Fun business updates rolled in this past week!
So what made the hottest entries for the week ending Sunday, October 4th, 2009?
Same Hoboken, Same Script, different characters
Do you have any reasonable suggestions to alleviate parking headaches in Hoboken?
Hoboken soccer moms shake their head in virtual disgust with the way the city is run – this time the collapsing soccer field.
The seven remaining Mayoral Candidates get their names arranged on the ballot.
Interim Mayor Zimmer crafts press releases to make her look like a hero. Up next: She invented time.
Mayoral hopeful Beth Mason announces who’s she’s rolling with during the election campaign.
A reader wonders where he and his band can rehearse in Hoboken.
Be careful paying via credit card with our wacky digital payphones in town. You’ll be much poorer afterward.
Some slaps an “offensive” sticker of the President of the United States on a street sign. Political debate ensues.
Are mice really a problem now? Or is this just the annual ritual to seek warmer quarters for the pesky varmints.
- GOOD LUCK!
A Hoboken couple abandons the Mile Square to backpack the world. Cool stuff!
- NOW OPEN: The much awaited Taco Truck gets rolling; Ricky’s Halloween opens their doors for the next month; A ladies clothing store named People rings customers up.
- COMING SOON: The old Bar None Club gets renovated into a swanky lounge called Room 84; A sweet new Pancake House is on the way (you’ll love it!)
See what’s happening this week on Hoboken411 event calendar!
- Today is the Annual Pet Parade! (1pm)
- The Downtown Farmers Market on Tuesday
- After you stock up on veggies- have a beer and test your trivia skills at Mikie Squared on Tuesday
- The Uptown Farmers Market on Thursday
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Be courteous to all, but intimate with few, and let those few be well tried before you give them your confidence. True friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the appellation.”– George Washington