Hoboken Week in Review 11/12/2006
Welcome new readers! Here’s what we touched on in the last week.
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News, items of importance:
A man gunned down. Mayor painting pumpkins with kids. Story at 11.
- I thought Elks were harmless
They are. But somehow this location in town has had it’s share of violent headlines.
- Small fire
Kind of ruined a small building. No serious injuries.
- Main. Mud. Marvelous.
Pipe bursts. Mud and water everywhere. Welcome to Hoboken, how may I help you?
- 130 Million dollars.
No, not the current Mega Millions Jackpot. The proposed hospital budget! Yikes!
- Parks or no parks?
The ongoing saga regarding political promises, parks and pending public plundering.
- Voting Locations
Like a Ouija board, you can magically find where you need to vote.
- Dubble ya Dubble ya Two
On Veteran’s Day, they broke gound on a costly memorial by Sinatra Park. What was the turnout? 5?
- SW Parks Fundraiser
A great turnout for a great cause.
- Good Kleen Fun
Locals came and supported a friendly neighborhood business and got drunk in the process!
New or Coming Soon:
- Pizza Pizza!
We think Napoli’s, the new brick-oven pizza place will be a smash hit. Can’t wait!
A NYC shoe chain coming to Hoboken to serve needy and trendy women!
- Shredded Pig
Joey’s BBQ finally opened. See what the first brave tasters had to say!
- Big Fun, New Owner
Long time Hoboken establishment changes hands.
- Seize a menu
Carpe Diem, the bar in the boondocks, adds a nice looking menu to their repertoire.
- Da Da
Da Vinci gets gutted. New name and look to follow in three months.
- Princess Lhea
Korean entrepreneurs import lotions into Hoboken.
New clothing shop unlocks the door.
- Down Under
“The Basement Bar” is what appears to be replacing the old laundromat.
- We promise to feature doomed places this week!
The only food review last week. Good food, good service, reliable Hoboken restaurant
Fun, Games and Random Observations:
- Company K
Hoboken Historical Museum providing our town with things to do other than drink.
NJ College Football is on the map for the time being.
Recent Town Incidents:
- Check the Incident Map
Fires, stabbings, shootings and old ladies falling down. All in one easy-to-swallow pill.