Hoboken Week in Review – 5/18/2008
Here’s your weekly snapshot of the hot topics in and around the mile square.
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Here are the Top 10 articles published or re-treaded this week that had the hottest overall chat action in Hoboken!
Hottest topics of the week
- Turned up a notch
Hot uptown restaurant The Turning Point refreshes their menu, and gives to charity.
- Real Estate Slowdown
Toll Brothers has yet another snotty quarterly conference call, this time with not so great news.
The Lost ScissorsSybil’s Cave
All this work being done to restore the mysterious and historical cave along Sinatra Drive. Ribbon-cutting coming soon!
- Lackawanna Lit Up
More politicians gather to celebrate the restoration of the clock tower.
- Elephant Dinner
Lot’s of political chatter about a Republican Dinner.
- Oh, Kelly!
Progress being made at the old dive bar next to Madison. Some people can’t wait, others miss the old place.
- APW update
The acts are finally shaping up for the All Points West Festival in Jersey City this August.
- Hummmm, can I see? Please?
It’s getting tricky and dirty when it comes to the finances of Hoboken University Medical Center. I wonder who might be nervous?
- Walk on the doomed side
Fabco Shoes in officially becoming a Starbucks. That sucks!
- Open artists tour TODAY
Over at the Neumann Leathers Building downtown. Go check it out, it’s fun!
- More High-Rises on the way!
Even though things aren’t the best, Toll Brothers still plans to move ahead with more condos/apartments uptown.
- It’s just candy, folks
A minor update about a tiny candy shoppe opening, turns ugly. Why?
- Hoboken Pavement Park
Councilwoman Dawn Zimmer suggests kids play on the oily pot-hole ridden streets. Hey, what’s the status of the SW Park??
- Tree saplings make top news
On the city website, at least. Oh wait, it was another PR photo session. I forgot!