Hoboken Week in Review: 4/18/2010
Relatively Quiet Week
Something about the transition from winter to full-fledged spring usually results in a somewhat calm week in Hoboken. God bless!
What made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, April 18, 2010?
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Starting tomorrow – mega-doo-doo work taking place on several Hoboken streets. Thank Hudson County – not Hoboken City Hall!
Wow, a simple business update about a local dentist turns into an Arnold Diaz “Shame on You” segment!
If you haven’t checked out this affordable, entertaining and heart-warming play at the Monroe Center – well, your time is running out! Don’t be depleted of Hoboken Cultural activities!
The Hoboken Charter School has a new home. Joy.
- TAG-YOU’RE IT!
A citywide tag/garage/yard sale is taking place on May 15th. Kudos to the Hoboken Moms that made it happen!
Hoboken students recognize the turmoil certain individuals go through based on their sexual preferences!
Area residents continue being annoyed by a construction project downtown!
A white couple is suspected of tampering with multiple vehicles in one night!
- GIN & JUICE!
Hip Hopper Snoop Dogg visits Hoboken – then gets shut down by local PO-PO!
Another great week of exclusive Hoboken business updates!
- Coming Soon: Famous NYC bar Village Pour House filling the spot of O’Donoghue’s by late summer or fall!
- Now Open: Stella’s Cuts and Colors on First Street – along with Prime Stop 24 hour convenience at 11th and Willow!
- Updated: Platform (Shoes) moves to 100 Bloomfield Street.
- Doomed: Say your blessings for: Hoboken Style – which left rather abruptly – and the uptown Verizon Wireless store – which is for rent on Craigslist!
To see what’s happening this week, check out the Hoboken411 event calendar!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Happiness consists not in having much, but in being content with little.”– Marguerite Gardiner