Hoboken Week in Review: 3/4/2012
Weekly Recap for Hoboken, NJ – March 4, 2012
A selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, March 4, 2012:
Politics and City Happenings
- Hoboken LepreCon – The “replacement” for the annual St. Patrick’s Parade (at least when it comes to booze!)
- Illegal Parking Tickets – Residents get fined – despite “following the signs.”
- Local Biz helps Charter School – A bank helps a new charter school expand.
Updates & Events
- Hoboken on Rye – The only Jewish deli in town finally opens.
- Curves – A quaint ladies gym apparently shuts down.
- Revival Vintage Boutique – Hoboken’s premiere retro shop expands tremendously.
- Barsky Gallery – More artsy options for residents.
- Ferrazz Hair Remodels – Even salons need makeovers themselves.
- Clearview Cinemas – A selection of new movies added to the lineup this weekend…
- Low Carb Living in Hoboken – The low-carb reviews, tips, tricks and snacks continue – for a slimmer, healthier and happier you! If you haven’t started – you can still start today!
Today in History
- 1791: Vermont became the 14th State in America. Don’t you wish you lived there?
- 2007: Estonia partakes in the World’s first electronic voting via the internet. I’m sure some people in Hoboken don’t like “getting out the vote.”