Hoboken Week in Review: 5/2/2010
Hot & Humid Hoboken!
Stay cool today if you’re planning on attending the Spring Hoboken Arts & Music Festival! We’ll reach a few degrees shy of the record temperature of 90 degrees set back in 2001.
What were some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, May 2, 2010?
- ETHICAL SEIZURES!
Claiming to be a “clean reformer” At-Large Councilman Ravi Bhalla is back in the news with questionable Pay-to-Play circumstances once again. What will we uncover next?
The Hoboken double-parking problem will never go away. Can you think of ways to revise the current system?
- PAVING! (STILL!)
Rain delayed the paving in Hoboken – and the city infrastructure crumbles underneath fresh pavement.
A person is still stealing the gas and water covers on Hoboken’s sidewalks.
- NO MORE CAKE!
A long-time Carlo’s Bakery customer says no more, after “Hollywood” has changed the local establishment for what he feels is for the worse.
Yep! Another great week of exclusive Hoboken business updates!
- Coming Soon: Lot’s of exciting new businesses on the horizon in Hoboken – including Lucky’s Famous Burgers – a new NYC Sports Bar replacing The Mile Square – A new Italian venture from the owners of Grimaldi’s Pizza – and finally a new Pizza and Wing choice over the border in Weehawken.
- Updated: Hair Salon & School Toni & Guy seems ready for business.
To see what’s happening this week, check out the Hoboken411 event calendar!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“It is curious – curious that physical courage should be so common in the world, and moral courage so rare”– Mark Twain