Hoboken Week in Review: 9/12/2010
As the Mile Square Turns…
Your weekly refresh of the the town we love!
The most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, September 12, 2010:
Politics and City Happenings
- Hypocrisy! – The Hoboken Police were courteous enough to give notice to the city council that a very large attendance is expected for this week’s meeting. Carol Marsh snobbishly denies them.
- Are layoffs necessary? – The debate continues on whether cutting the Hoboken Police force should take place.
- Can’t stand the heat – City attorney Michael Kates decides it’s best to leave the mess the administration is involved in.
- Headache – Some residents think the parking permit process is broken.
Crime and Incidents
- Questions – The “missing” Emily case is just plain bizarre.
Business & Events
- WICKED! – Wicked Wolf Tavern opens to rave reviews! Bravo!
- Festival Finale – The Annual Hoboken Italian Festival ends tonight – with a big bang – and Krystal!
- When in Rome… – Downtown Pizza Restaurant has new ownership and refreshed look!
- Brick House – Dozzino getting closer to rocking our Pizza world!
- Music to my ears – Garden Street Music starts fall classes – for both kids and adults!
- Are you fit? – A new workout studio called, uh, “Work it out” will offer fitness classes of all kinds soon!
- Babies love music – A unique way to entertain your children
- Kids Stuff Cheap! – Children’s consignment shop!
Other Hoboken Updates
- Rare! – No lines at the Cake Boss? Hard to believe, but true!
- Celebrity? – Hoboken411 Mascot will make a TV appearance this fall!
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Government “help” to business is just as disastrous as government persecution… the only way a government can be of service to national prosperity is by keeping its hands off.”– Ayn Rand