Hoboken Week in Review – 11/29/2009
2009 Holiday Season has officially begun!
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving like I did! A peaceful and relaxing weekend I’ve had so far.
Now that they super-hype of “Black Friday” is behind us – what do you think the news of this major shopping day will be? Good news or bad for the economy?
Here’s a condensed Holiday Weekend version of the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, November 29, 2009…
City Hall still hasn’t provided statements or official policy notices for the following:
Lots of ego-boosting chatter and banter regarding the fate of HUMC Hospital in Hoboken – but the answer will come out when (and if) they show us the money. Until then, it’s anyone’s guess.
- DRUNKS! (Again)
Even parked cars along a straight road are never safe from wild drunk drivers in Hoboken.
Compare the corner of 4th and Bloomfield now – and over 50 years ago. Readers remember the old business…
A Hoboken record company VP gets cuffed for not sending a Twitter message regarding some wild crowds at a Long Island Mall!
Some questionable “Not safe for kids” stickers appear all over various signs in Hoboken. Who’s responsible for removing them?
- COMING SOON: An Indian Takeout Restaurant coming to Washington Street.
- UPDATED: Bar None gets transformed into Room 84 (underground dance/lounge) – and Piri Piri BBQ has an updated takeout menu!
- NOT DOOMED: Just changing ownership – Mile Square Bar Restaurant isn’t doomed!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.”– Douglas Adams