Hoboken Week in Review: 6/12/2011

Happy Heat Wave Relief, Hoboken!

What a refreshing change we’ve had from the oppressive heat from last week!

A perfect day to get out and explore Hoboken!

Some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, June 12, 2011:

Politics and City Happenings

  • FBI Still OutstandingHoboken residents and politicians wait for the other shoe to drop in the FBI investigation.
  • Bhalla finishes lastCareer politician wanna-be Ravi Bhalla suffers an embarrassing defeat in the Hudson County Election. Back to the lowly council, sir!
  • Towering Permit InfernoApplied Housing suffered a 60-day setback on their dreams to add 22 more stories of compartmentalized living spaces to Hoboken.
  • Hoboken411 gets actionThe razor-sharp impediment that bludgeoned a resident’s big toe was fixed the next day. Bravo for reading comprehension!
  • Pier ReflectionsA new stage setup caused music from a pier concert uptown to rattle area residents. Problem solved.

Business Updates & Events

  • Hoboken411 is Authentic and LocalThink about that as your surf the world. What sites are truly local?
  • Hoboken Gay Bar ClosingThe Cage – Hoboken’s only gay establishment is “conjoining” with their neighbor.
  • Hoboken Consignment ShopThe highly popular “Second Time Around” is coming soon to Hoboken, much to the delight of residents.
  • Late Night Happy Hour!Village Pourhouse identified a niche, and that’s folks that have odd-hours and want a good deal!
  • Applegate Farm Ice CreamThe newest ice cream shop uptown hopes to open before the Macy’s Fireworks!
  • Delicious meat & cheeseThe Home by the Range food truck makes a MEAN sandwich!
  • Baby LuckLucky has yet another Hoboken entry – with Lucky Baby Boutique. Who would have thunk we were breeding a clan of gamblers?
  • Dads, Grads, and ScotchMadison Bar & Grill offering an exclusive Monday night event for fathers and sons.
  • Weekend MoviesSee a movie, would ya? Your flat screen TV may be top-notch, but not as big as the silver screen!

Inspirational Quote of the Week:

“Experience, as a desire for experience, does not come off. We must not study ourselves while having an experience.”

– Friedrich Nietzsche

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