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Hoboken Week in Review: 4/26/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – April 26, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review April 26 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Below are a some posts that crossed Hoboken411′s desk during the week ending Sunday, April 26, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Observer HighwayHow does reducing capacity improve life in Hoboken?
  • Uber PropagandaTaxi’s claim Uber is unsafe. Pot calling kettle black.
  • Slow down!Hudson St. is a speedway, and some residents clamor for “change.”
  • TrashedWhy people smash stuff for no reason is a mystery.
  • Snakes!Along with the beauty of spring comes squirmy creatures some folks don’t like.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

  • Vagabond Theatre“Rock Musicals” are now for REAL in Hoboken!
  • Two HeathersGet big props with a huge W Hotel pop-up fashion gallery!
  • Blue Eyes CafeAn odd “debut” when first impressions count.
  • Vivi Bubble TeaSounds quirky – but they have some top-notch stuff going on, including lip-smacking popcorn chicken! Hooray!
  • The Golden CarrotSounds like a raw bar, but in fact it’s a jewelry store!
  • Buddha PressCoffee is nothing without cow’s milk. Once again “religion” gets in the way.
  • Bow Tie CinemasAsk yourself this. Are movies more: (A) Entertaining or (B) Social programming.

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

there are things known and there are things unknown and in between are the doors of perception aldous huxley

Hoboken Week in Review: 4/19/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – April 19, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review April 19 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Below are a some tidbits that crossed Hoboken411′s desk during the week ending Sunday, April 19, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Parks cannot be maintained!When “things” become complicated – they naturally become harder to maintain. Case in point: Pier C Park.
  • Hoboken ChainsMom and Pop? Or “big money / cheap shit?”
  • CouncilA tenth of a billion dollars a year. YOUR money gets what?

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands Anne Frank

Hoboken Week in Review: 4/12/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – April 12, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review April 12 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, April 12, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

The unhappiest people in this world are those who care the most about what other people think

Hoboken Week in Review: 4/5/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – April 5, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review April 5 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, April 5, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Bhalla UnfitResident makes case that one local politician is rotten to the core.
  • Not perfectSomeone bitches that the city should tow away an “ugly” car.
  • Ka-Ching!Fancy homes in Hoboken creeping up on the magic $5 million mark.
  • OverloadWe talk about how much “chatting” is too much, while others focus on the absolute importance of silence.
  • THEFTCity steals from everyone in the name of “safety.” Yeah, right.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

  • Office DepotDoomed in Hoboken as well as hundreds of other locations.
  • Mr Game!Students from Stevens create a kick-ass board game. You can still opt in to their Kickstarter!
  • walkTHIShouseHoboken resident offers 3D bling for your Real Estate listing.
  • The AinsworthThey got a sign – that make’s them “official” now.
  • Lonely?Then join a local social group in town and meet other people.
  • Bow Tie CinemasSee show times and trailers for stuff being peddled as “entertainment” these days.

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

if you can cut the people off from their history then they can be easily persuaded karl marx

Hoboken Week in Review: 3/29/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 29, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review March 29 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 29, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • UberSee how things get screwed up? It could be much easier.
  • Laid to restParking has been DOA for a long time, but this sums it up.
  • 8 YearsHoboken looked quite different not too long ago.
  • CriminalCity is the biggest thief of them all – and no one seems to care because they’re too busy screwing around on their phones and tablets.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

  • La IslaNew restaurant coming to feed uptown residents
  • Direct LaundryDry cleaner delivers (clothes) and obnoxious signs.
  • Ricardo RoigOpening a new art gallery next month.
  • CrashedStock broker calls it quits in Hoboken.
  • EliminatedTop ranked and locally represented Villanova University booted out of NCAA tourney.
  • Bow Tie CinemasSee show times and trailers (for “politically incorrect” movies.)

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

progress is mans ability to complicate simplicity thor heyerdahl

Hoboken Week in Review: 3/22/2015

Hoboken Week in Review – March 22, 2015

Hoboken Week in Review March 22 2015 Hoboken411 NJ

Here’s a few noteworthy Hoboken411.com stories from the week ending Sunday, March 22, 2015:

City Happenings & Political Quackery

  • Grade: “F”City FLUNKED snow cleanup for the 2014/2015 season. Expel them!
  • “Creating spaces”The only thing the city created space for was filthy snow.
  • $100 millionNot the Powerball jackpot – but money stolen and flushed down the drain by the city!
  • TrashedCity breaks shit, then uses your money to fix it.

Business & Other Hoboken Updates

Wake-up Quote of the Week:

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment Ralph Waldo Emerson