Hoboken Week in Review: 6/13/2010
What happened last week in Hoboken?
Hoboken – like deja vu all over again! Don’t forget that you can pretend that walking on the street over on Sinatra Drive is the most amazing thing since sliced bread today from 10am to 6pm!
What were some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, June 13, 2010?
- Hoboken Botches trees in Church Square Park – A simple visit from the “tree doctors” results in an all-out bludgeoning of half a dozen trees. Where’d they find these guys? HUMC?
- The Muni Garage Drama – The city botchery doesn’t end with trees! See what spin comes out of City Hall tonight at 7pm. Which residential neighborhood will get ruined by this filthy garage?
- Traffic Standstill – One pesky light in Jersey City causes an ozone hole above Hoboken.
- Walkway to Nowhere – Stevens Institute working fast to complete their part of the waterfront walkway, but Hoboken’s section of the river deathtrap remains untouched.
- You will have no park this summer! – The silly bean-shaped
playgroundpark won’t open till the grassleaves turn brown this Fall!
- Clam Broth House is Back! – See exclusive Hoboken411 review of a real seafood restaurant that keeps the menu close to the original!
- Wicked, yo! – Update about the Wicked Wolf Tavern – Hoboken’s latest waterfront bar & restaurant.
- Ben & Jerry’s for sale – Owners of the popular mid-town ice cream shop decide it’s best to re-focus on areas outside of Hoboken.
- Relaxing – A new massage parlor opens up on downtown Hudson Street..
Other Hoboken Updates
- Happy Anniversary! – Popular deli Park & Sixth celebrates their first successful year in Hoboken!
- Want a free bike? – Enter the fun & creative Hoboken411 Bike Giveaway Contest!
- Hoboken Farmers Markets! – The Downtown Market (Tuesdays) starts on June 29th – and the Uptown Market (Thursdays) is in full swing already!
- Ooh! Ahh! – Don’t forget! The Macy’s Fireworks Spectacular back on the Hudson River on July 4, 2010!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Transparency is the best disinfectant. If they would disclose everything and give the public time to review it, that would change the discourse dramatically.”– Keith Ashdown