Hoboken Week in Review: 10/16/2011

Weekly Recap for Hoboken, NJ – October 16, 2011

Once again, check out the Hoboken Weekend Planner for some suggestions for today (The Digable Arts Festival is a must-see!)

A selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, October 16, 2011:

Politics and City Happenings

  • Wasteful “Education”Many parents in Hoboken think the Board of Education is a corrupt group of people who spend your tax dollars as if it’s their own personal expense account.
  • City loves anti-role modelsThe rate that public officials get away with vomit mouth is becoming alarming in this state!
  • 14th St. Viaduct UpdateThe uptown landscape is changing before our eyes, include new traffic patterns.
  • Cops DWIThe night shift is dangerous to Hoboken cops in more ways than one – should they be paid more to deal with it?
  • Hoboken Help WantedIf you need a job, you can get one in Hoboken. You might actually have to work, but it’s still money!
  • Proper use for 911Only call 911 when you’re outside of the city you live!
  • Superheroes or super-pains?Are these costumed characters really any good? Couldn’t they still help without their fruity outfits?

Business Updates & Events

Today in History

  • 1964: China blows up it’s first Nuke.

Inspirational Quote of the Week:

“The road to positivity is strewn with the abandoned vehicles of the faint-hearted.”

– Peter McWilliams

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5 years 11 days ago

Why is it that people in hoboken complain about every thing ? They complain about noise. Then I notice that the HPD place a sign on first street to ask people to be quiet and I heard someone complain about the sign as I was walking home the other day……..