News Roundup

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Friday, December 8th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 493 views | Permalink |

Powerhouse Area Grows More Powerful Hudson ReporterNot Just A Development but a Community Hudson ReporterNo Frills Cuban Fare, and Cheer New York TimesColoring a Tropical Paradise New York Times

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Construction-porn Wrap Up

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Monday, December 4th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 512 views | Permalink |

We were pretty busy this weekend criss-crossing Hudson County. On Foot. But don’t cry for us, Jersey City. Just enjoy the construction-porn we collected. Below we have a nice little summary of most of what we came across over the last forty-eight hours: Hoboken W HotelObserver Lofts700 GroveThe Cliffs Jersey City Columbus Tower77 Hudson StreetGrove […]

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JC Vibe Seeks Community Input

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Friday, January 20th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 545 views | Permalink |

Community news site Jersey City Vibe is promising a new version to come soon. More importantly, they are looking for user feedback for improvements. Unlike the site you are reading where the editor doesn’t really care about your opinions, the editors over at JCVibe have put out an open call for suggestions. If you aren’t […]

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Local Blogosphere

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Friday, January 20th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 462 views | Permalink |

Local blogger and Hoboken real estate agent Judy Marciano of Making the Moves has been made secretary of the Hoboken Rotary Club. JC’s LJ has noted that the already decrepit Newport Mall has gotten even worse with the closing of the Pavonia Brick Oven restaurant.

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You Are What You Eat

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Thursday, January 19th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 627 views | Permalink |

Dojo-Mojo has found some information for Jersey City folks looking to get Fresh, Local produce. Essentially, members buy into a farmer’s crop. Then each week as new produce ripens, members recieve the bounty of the land. Technically speaking of course, “local” does not mean “in the downtown.” But members will be able to get their […]

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And What about 98 Cent Stores?

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Thursday, January 19th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 712 views | Permalink |

New area blogger, A Sociologist Looks At Culture muses on the prevelance of 99 cent stores around Kennedy Blvd.

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Grocery Store Wars: The Phantom Stop & Shop

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Tuesday, January 17th, 2006 | Uncategorized | 491 views | Permalink |

A few months back we took note of the abysmal state of local grocery stores. Since then we’ve been doing most of our grocery shopping in Edgewater or in suburban supermarkets [and we keep meaning to place a Fresh Direct order…] Last year, one entrant in the Grocery Store Wars was the proposed uber Stop […]

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Tired of the Transit Strike?

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Thursday, December 22nd, 2005 | Uncategorized | 536 views | Permalink |

Day three of the transit strike has left many people wishing it would all go away. Bloomberg and the city’s MTA has done an excellent job of spinning the media against the unions. However, the fastest way to resolve the whole thing and send the transit workers back underground is to meet their demands; fines, […]

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Mapping Crime

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Thursday, December 22nd, 2005 | Uncategorized | 519 views | Permalink |

Councilman Steve Fulop has begun mapping crime [patience, long load time] in the downtown in hopes that the map will be used as a crime fighting tool. We thought we would help out the project:

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What Not To Wear

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Thursday, December 22nd, 2005 | Uncategorized | 509 views | Permalink |

Blogger Philly2Hoboken has some fashion tips for winter travelers. Normally we tend to stay away from the frivolity of local fashion [after all, ten minutes in a bar in Hoboken would produce a blog’s worth of comments; we mean you, sorority sisters], but this was too good to pass up: “I see the girls & […]

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