Spring 2007 Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

5/7/2007 Update:

A massive crowd (must have been the biggest ever) and a perfect day. I got burnt before I could stay for the “headline act” of Dr. John, but was still a good time!

See more random snapshots below.

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Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411

Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
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Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411
Hoboken Arts And Music Festival May 2007 Hoboken411.com Hoboken411

5/4/2007:
Hard not to forget, this Sunday!

2007 Edition, starting with the Spring event on May 6th.

Description – Street fair, Festival, Food vendors
Services – Artists, Photographers, Craftpersons, Local business, Music/art performances
Website – www.hobokennj.org
Address – Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone – (201) 420-2207

Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival

Sunday, May 6, 2007 11AM – 6PM

Overview:

  • Washington Street – Observer Highway to 7th Street
  • Featuring over 300 artists, sculptors, photographers and craftspeople
  • 3 stages of live performance

Peformance Venues:
Observer Highway Stage

Sixth Street Stage

  • 12:30pm – 1:00pm – Engineered Improvisation (from Stevens)
  • 1:15pm – 2:00pm – The Wiz (Hoboken High School)
  • 2:00pm – 2:45pm – Wild Carnations (featuring former members of the Feelies)
  • 3:00pm – 3:45pm – Karyn Kuhl
  • 4:00pm – 4:45pm – Verdict
  • 5:00pm – 6:00pm – Joe Taino

Children’s Stage – 3rd & Washington Streets – With Host Polka Dot

Contact Person: Geri Fallo
Hoboken Division of Cultural Affairs, 94 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: 201-420-2207 or Fax: 201-420-2388
Web Site: hobokennj.org or MySpace

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183 Comments on "Spring 2007 Hoboken Arts & Music Festival"

trueqwest
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trueqwest

So, did anyone get to check out any of the bands playing in the bars? I heard that the band playing at FarSide, Daddy No Bux was pretty good, but I’ve gotten mixed reviews on the Hoboken Acoustic Jam, which played at Mercy Grill.

I’ve seen the HAJ at Elysian back in the day, and didn’t think they were too bad.

emarche
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In case you haven’t been following (or, apparently, as a result of your head being so far up your own ass you can’t hear us), WE HAVE PROVIDED OUR ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTION SEVERAL TIMES.

What’s your answer to the question?

YipYap
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Not enough money to provide? So poor people should not have kids? If that were a vaild point the human race would have died off eons ago.

Few if anyone on this board and only a small percentage of people in our town could even be considered poor by American standards. By World standards we are gluttonous capitalist kings and queens. Infact we live in the richest society the world has ever known. Most of us have educations that 99% of the rest of the world will never have, and we have incomes that provide wealth that 90% of the people in the USA will never achieve.

Katie, infertility it is a condition and has nothing to do with being selfish.

and to your other exceptions..

Desire? Do you not desire sex?

Money? See above!

Inclination? goes hand and hand with desire.

Time? That is only a human measurement that mother nature cares nothing about.

Again I will ask the question, which is more selfish, to have or have not?

hobokentownie
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hobokentownie

[quote comment=”25638″][quote comment=”25634″] Just move out of my way when I am walking with my stroller or you will get hit. Peace Out. :twisted:[/quote]
This is exactly the wrong attitude. It’s NEVER ok to strike someone on purpose in this situation.

But should you do so, and you choose me to strike, I will be inclined to teach your wonderful little snot nosed entitled p.o.s. child a colorful new vocabulary and if I’m really angry, what it looks like to see mommy/daddy cry after being punched in the face.[/quote]
Smack down at 5:00 p.m. after I get my 5 kids from 4 different daddies. Skinny cracker talk smack, you’ll get hit in the cankle stare and SAY NOTHING.

I’ve got to go get my block of government cheese. 😳

homeboken
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homeboken

[quote comment=”25631″]Better than being a dope, “oh I want to carry his baby, maybe it will bring us closer” or “my clock is ticking”.

That is WEAKMINDED!!

I couldn’t agree more – excellent point, Chip.[/quote]

Don’t forget the BWS “Bored Wife Syndrome”. It is a common trend out there:

Woman gets engaged, and she is the center of attention of all friends and family, engagement party, wedding shower etc. Then the wedding comes and goes, and she is bored. No wedding to plan, no satisfying career, honeymoon is over 2 months into the marriage.

So, let’s get knocked up, then she becomes the center of attention again while she is pregnant, spends 9 months of everyone fawning over here and haveing the obilgatory baby shower. Baby is born, and she then can spend the rest of her life making the Mommy and Me team the center of attention.

Having kids can be great, hell, none of us would be here if our parent’s didn’t take care of business. But the woman that use children to fill a void in their life are sad. These are the women that we are all talking about here.

Kudos to the likes of Katie, Chip etc. Woman that don’t need a kid to make themselves feel “fullfilled.”

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