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Hobroken: “Going Back to Cali”

[Continuing the Hobroken Cartoon Series by local artist Ricardo Roig...]

Manning & NY Giants square off against 49ers tonight!

Local artist Ricardo Roig found a perfect theme for tonight’s NFC Championship game pitting the NY Giants against the San Fransisco 49ers: “Road Warriors (Going back to Cali)”

Go Giants!

Are those quarters in your pocket?

…Or are you just happy to see me?

Local artist Ricardo Roig touches on the recent news of former Parking Utility Director John Corea pleading guilty for his involvement in the missing quarters scheme in Hoboken.

I guess he just couldn’t resist!

Santa’s “Hobroken Naughty List”

What would Santa’s naughty list look like in Hoboken?

Local artist Ricardo Roig submits today’s Christmas Cartoon, entitled “Hobroken’s Naughty List.”

Spot on!

Hobroken: Birthplace of the Keg Raft!

[Continuing the Hobroken Cartoon Series by local artist Ricardo Roig...]

Irene Innovation – plus Art Auction Update!

For one – below is Ricardo Roig’s latest “Hobroken” entry entitled “Home of the Keg Raft” (which has to do with the enterprising Hoboken guys that built their own raft after Hurricane Irene!)

Add that to the list of “Hoboken Firsts!”

Secondly – Ricardo’s silent art auction was re-scheduled for September 10th (due to the storm). So please check it out over at the Monroe Center tomorrow! (720 Monroe Street).

The Hoboken Handshake

[Continuing the Hobroken Cartoon Series by local artist Ricardo Roig...]

Sad state of Hudson County Politics

Ricky is seeing full well what politics in Hoboken and Hudson County is like… tsk, tsk.

Oh – and you can still check out his work over at Imago Salon (113 Washington St.)

Hobroken: “Waterfront Business”

[Continuing the Hobroken Cartoon Series by local artist Ricardo Roig...]

Waterfront Business in Hoboken

An interesting diversion from the usual Ricardo Roig cartoon submission to Hoboken411.

Your best bet to find out the meaning of today’s cartoon – is to visit his booth at the Hoboken Spring Arts & Music Festival on Sunday, May 1st. I’m sure he’ll be happy to tell you more!

He’ll be selling his wonderful paintings, as well as ORIGINAL “Hobroken” cartoons! In meanwhile, you can also get a sneak preview of his work over at Imago Salon (113 Washington Street.)