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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

Hoboken Week in Review: 8/17/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – August 17, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review August 17 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, August 17, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Garden JumperA man jumps to his death in the early morning hours.
  • Dangerous DrivingSome intersections in Hoboken are hazardous to your health (and car).
  • BackwardsParking now reversed in some spots in Hoboken.
  • Shady RecreationWill families bring their precious ones to the dark side of town?
  • Not for recreational useNo place to play ball without a permit.
  • BusybodiesCar gets window smashed because some nosy asshole “thought” they saw a baby.
  • HPU RobberyThe rules don’t matter to them.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

being in a hurry is the father of stress and worry mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 8/10/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – August 10, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review August 10 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, August 10, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • You can’t cure dumbStandard street signs are not enough for Hoboken drivers.
  • Safety Nanny?Contraptions to “ensure” safety implemented at uptown pier… yikes!
  • Farmers AppWe’re torn on apps for farmers. We kind of liked the “farm stands” the way they were.
  • Hoboken IconA familiar Hoboken mailman retires. Sad, but wish him luck!
  • HPU FUAt what point do YOU get fed up?

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

There are more writers who read than readers who write mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 8/3/2014

Hoboken Week in Review – August 3, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review August 3 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, August 3, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Hoboken FestivalsWhen compared to some others – it turns out our Arts & Music events are top notch!
  • NJ Move Over LawMore state revenue under the name of “safety…” (yeah, right)
  • Automated Parking GaragesHoboken seems to be leading the way with the help of forward-thinking developers.
  • Park PromiselandI think politicians like talking about “vaporware” like parks more than actually implementing them.
  • Consumption CentralJudging by the height of the garbage – Hoboken is the mecca for shoppers!
  • Hidden TaxesWe don’t need parking rules!

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

We preoccupy ourselves with what we had or what we want to have at the expense of what we have mokokoma

Hoboken Week in Review: 7/27/2014

Hoboken Week in Review -July 27, 2014

Hoboken Week in Review July 27 2014 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, July 27, 2014:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Snobby HobokenSome strange website calls Hoboken snobby. They’re full of shit!
  • St. Ann’s FestivalDid you catch the parade? One of the few remaining traditions our “reform” politicians haven’t killed yet.

  • Sandy MoneyA public service announcement asking “who’s money are they fighting over?”
  • Planned ObsolescenceIs street paint purposely of lesser quality?
  • TheftWho is parking “enforcement” good for anyway?

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Belonging to the working class is the economy’s punishment for those who did what they were told to do in class Mokokoma