Hoboken Week in Review: 3/6/2011
Miss the St. Patty’s Parade “Fun?”
If you want to catch up on what you missed yesterday – check out the Hoboken St. Patrick’s Police Blotter
So much mayhem – it makes you wonder if it’s a “tradition” that is really necessary in this town…
Read on for what else happened last week…
Some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, March 6, 2011:
Politics and City Happenings
- HUMC Shenanigans continue… – What’s going on at the Hospital? What are they hiding? You voted for this nonsense?
- Hoboken Property Tax Appeals – You have less than one month to get your ducks in a row to have a chance at significantly reducing your property tax burden.
- Shocking – Even with high property taxes – the city can’t even keep simple things like light poles in order and dogs get zapped.
Crime and Incidents
- Blotter Updates – See the Hoboken Police Blotter category to peruse some of the noteworthy incidents in the Mile Square.
Business & Events
- Hungover? – Head over to Village Pourhouse for your “Rehab.”
- Mediterranean Joy – The Two Pitas in a Pod lunch truck is a smashing sensation.
- Hoboken Bakery Wars coming soon – Cammareri’s Brooklyn Bakery coming to Hoboken!
- Spicy Breakfast – The Taco Truck puts a Mexican Spin on your morning eggs.
- Color Me Business – The Hoboken Business Center adds commemorative lighting to spruce up the far SW corner of town.
- Jameson Whiskey Tasting – This week! Save 25%!
- Business Updates – New uptown Hair Salon – one midtown Real Estate office changes name – and Chinese restaurant jumps on the Mediterranean Food Bandwagon.
- Take a break – Have no plans today? Catch a flick at Clearview Cinemas.
Other Hoboken Updates
- New Feature – When ordinary Hoboken Photographs don’t cut it – you turn them into beautiful works of art instead: Hoboken Digital Art.
- Kardashian – Kim Kardashian will be making regular appearances in the Mile Square.
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“The state is the great fiction by which everybody seeks to live at the expense of everybody else.”– Frederic Bastiat