Hoboken Week in Review: 8/4/2013
Hoboken Week in Review – August 4, 2013
Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, August 4, 2013:
Politics and City Happenings
- Life after Maxwell’s – What Hoboken might look like down the road…
- 1600 Park – A few questions regarding this so-called “open space” coming soon uptown.
- Flower hate in Hoboken – Odd new trend. Disdain for horticulture. Must be something in the Red Bull.
- Traffic Standstill – Light Rail + poorly timed lights = everyone going nowhere quick.
- A Rain Garden – First ever “water containment” system uptown hopes to make a dent in flooding.
- Shake, Rattle and Roll no more – Hoboken411 shares a long-time noise complaint which gets action right away.
Updates & Events
- Harrison Tower – We find the oddest location where a condo tower is proposed.
- Honschar – Notorious NYC sidewalk artists “breaks ground” here in Hoboken. Signature styles.
- Maxwell Memories: – Final updates from the Maxwell’s archives last week. They are now closed forever:
- Apple Montessori School – If you missed yesterday’s open house – there’s another one in September.
- Vacation Bible School – Local church offering up some wholesome activities for kids in Hoboken.
- Ongoing Hoboken Farmers’ Markets – The summer-long freshness carries on: Tuesdays downtown – Thursdays Uptown and Saturdays Uptown.
- Bow Tie Cinemas – The great debate – sneaking snacks in to avoid highway robbery.