Hoboken Week in Review: 5/15/2011

Hoboken411 week in review May 15 2011 - Hoboken Week in Review: 5/15/2011

Some of the most noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, May 15, 2011:

Politics and City Happenings

  • Council Election Complete!A Hoboken rarity – no runoff elections! The Mayans were right!
  • Bookmarking FraudThe last few weeks were not without highly questionable incidents. Here’s a handy list of bookmarks we’ll surely be revisiting again in the future:
    • What next for Tom Greaney? – will he “sail away,” “fly by night,” or continue his involvement in Hoboken now that he’s no longer useful?
    • Out of town voters – Will that happen again in 2013?
    • 4th Ward Fraud – Will more Zimmer supporters vote where they’re told? Or where they live?
  • Ohaus Lynch Mob ContinuesThe Kids First group of political thugs are looking for any possible loophole to rid Hoboken of a highly respected and loved teacher of the arts. Sounds more like society de-volving!
  • Why such voter apathy?The never ending mystery of why hardly anyone votes in municipal elections.
  • Cake Boss hops the riverExpands to NYC Times Square. Will than lessen the load in Hoboken?

Crime and Incidents

Business Updates

  • Pilsener HausProgress on Hoboken’s only biergarten plugging along – and will be open this summer!
  • Hoboken Farms“Big Red” named the top marinara sauce! Way to go!
  • La Bella TorteAnother food truck makes it’s way to Hoboken, with desserts & cannoli’s!
  • Italmoda TailorThe only place in Hoboken you should go for your garment repair and modification needs.
  • Joe’s Prime MeatsA new owner with delicious food, meats and much more. Highly recommended!

Hoboken Events

  • Macy’s Fireworks 2011You heard about it on 411 first (as always!) – Back on the Hudson again this year. How will waterfront hold up? What will the city do to prevent disaster? Cross their fingers again?
  • Hoboken Cove BoathouseGetting ready to start the 2011 Kayaking season – and needs volunteers.
  • Liberty HumaneHaving a wine-tasting & fundraiser TODAY. Check it out!
  • Youth Drama CampMile Square Theater providing a cultural way for your children to spend their summer in Hoboken.
  • Forgot what a theater looks like?Then head over to Clearview Cinemas to watch a new release movie!

Inspirational Quote of the Week:

“Nothing doth more hurt in a state than that cunning men pass for wise.”

– Francis Bacon

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