Hoboken Week in Review 1/24/2010
Your weekly recap…
Of what happened last week in Hoboken!
What made the most noteworthy entries for the week ending Sunday, January 24, 2010?
Last Sunday, Hoboken resident Mark Effinger, 45, took his life by jumping out an 8th story window at the Hudson Tea Building.
The new Governor of NJ is being told HUMC hospital will be shutting down in a few months – HUMC officials beg to differ.
The usual dose of nauseating politics in the Mile Square this week included:
The Food Network and HGTV are back on the grid at Cablevision.
Chatter about that oddly placed home in-between the bridges uptown…
Sure, the Haitian disaster was epic – but are all the charities legit? Do you know what help we need here in America?
Have you noticed the junky areas all over Hoboken? And how it’s gotten worse?
A lot of folks came down with supposed food poisoning, and were curious as to where it originated from!
The NY Times doesn’t make enough money to pay high-level executives – now wants you to fund their summer homes and fancy cars.
Mike the dog has a new home – and a new name!
Putting the size of the Square in perspective – plus a great uptown Hoboken history lesson!
- UPDATES: Park & Sixth Comfort Food has a revised menu and Super Bowl catering; Bright Horizons Family Solutions celebrates their few months open with a Grand Opening celebration yesterday.
See what’s happening this week on Hoboken411 event calendar!
ON THE RADAR:
- Catch the Jets take on the Colts at The Shannon (Today)
- A Sublime Tribute band plays at McBride’s (Friday)
- The W Hotel “Guiness Record Breaking” Speed Dating Event (Friday)
- Adopt Cats and Dogs with Liberty Humane! (Next Sunday)
Meaningful Idiom of the Week:
“Calm before the storm” – a quiet period just before a period of great activity or excitement.– Hope you pay attention during next 6-24 months…