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Hoboken Week in Review: 9/28/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – September 28, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review September 28 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts on Hoboken411.com for the week ending Sunday, September 28, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • PATH OutageThrew people for a loop. Things could be much worse, don’t ya think?
  • Jimmy John’s Credit Card BreachYou know shit is hitting the fan when sandwich shops have financial data compromised!
  • Mom’s hate treesThey won’t staple fliers to toddlers now, would they?
  • Yelp addicts!Hardly anyone tries a restaurant these days without Googling or Yelping. No sense of adventure any more!
  • Arts & Music FestivalLast one of the year – happening TODAY.
  • HPU HypocrisyMaking frequent illegally parked stops to skim money from the people that pay their salaries. Such a sick premise, isn’t it?

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Two reasons why people hate and or fight change People fear the unknown and There are always people profiting from how things are Mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 9/21/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – September 21, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review September 21 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts on Hoboken411.com for the week ending Sunday, September 21, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Genius! (Not)The “mayor” proclaims Hoboken has a parking problem. No shit, Sherlock!
  • Socialized TransportYou want the FLU or Bed Bugs? Ride the community shuttle free!
  • Dog Park FixSomeone at city hall figured out how to get things done. On your own!
  • HPU HypocrisyDay in and day out theft.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

No man ever steps in the same river twice For it is not the same river and it is not the same man There is nothing permanent except change Heraclitus

Hoboken Week in Review: 9/14/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – September 14, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review September 14 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts on Hoboken411.com for the week ending Sunday, September 14, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Sense isnt democratic A senseless opinion thats advocated by the majority is still senseless mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 9/7/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – September 7, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review September 7 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts on Hoboken411.com for the week ending Sunday, September 7, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Biker warningsStiff fines for poop offenders – but bicyclists are much worse!
  • Uber MoronBobble-headed councilman makes a video of a taxi ride. And you’re paying his platinum health care? Haha!
  • Tag-along “mayor”The distinguished college that calls Hoboken home, calls a different Mayor to make a special speech.
  • Park downgradesLots of money spent to make dog runs worse than before.
  • Crumbling…Signs of decay (literally) all over Hoboken.
  • Rumbling…“Improving” safety comes with some drawbacks.
  • HPU THEFTParking is a (financial) privilege for the city.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Don’t obsess over having the latest version of a product For there was a time that the previous version was the latest mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 8/31/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – August 31, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review August 31 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Happy last day of August! Here’s your usual selection of noteworthy posts on Hoboken411.com for the week ending Sunday, August 31, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

One man's panic funds another's picnic Mokokoma Hoboken411

Hoboken Week in Review: 8/24/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – August 24, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review August 24 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, August 24, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Headaches (in reverse)Other news agencies also saw the problems the new “reverse angle” parking uptown present…
  • Viaduct ConcernsSome folks think important safety issues overlooked…
  • Ice Bucket ChallengeLike planking, this time coercing people via charity and shame.
  • Real Life AppsThings that used to strengthen individuals spinning the drain…
  • Movies Under the StarsDone for the season, now we’re just left with super sharp HD and crystal clear cinema sound in the privacy and comfort of our own home. What a drag.
  • HPU revenue stream“Come to Hoboken – It’s Great!” properly translated means “We need you here so we can TAKE your hard-earned money!”

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

  • Prime CycleSlick new fitness center ready to make you sweat at Maxwell Place.
  • Tally-HOBahama Mama’s no more – same space – new branding.
  • Plum on the RunHigh end restaurant sells tasty common food in a no-nonsense truck.
  • Pier 13Well-marketed venue in Hoboken – with some odd closing situations.
  • WashioRobotic way to do your laundry. Careful what you wish for and rely on!
  • Hoboken Farmers’ Markets: Chugging along Tuesdays downtownThursdays Uptown and Saturdays Uptown. (weather permitting)
  • Bow Tie CinemasCan you decipher the hidden messages in most popular movies?

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Culture, religion, and education, are conspiracies to standardize worldviews mokokoma