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EDITOR’S LETTER 07030
Old and New
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In an ever-evolving town like Hoboken, it’s a real challenge to embrace new development, new trends, new businesses, and new neighbors, while maintaining the traditions and charm that have put Hobo...
Schnackies Lives
It was a delicate balance between evocation and restoration
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The layer cakes on the countertop. The vintage milkshake machine. The bow-tied waiters. Yes, this is the legendary Schnackenberg’s—with some subtle changes. To spot them is sort of like spotting th...
Hurling, You Say?
The most famous sport you’ve never heard of
by Dean DeChiaro
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If you were to ask 10 Hobokenites which sport was famously played here for the very first time, nine would tell you that, of course, it’s baseball. But if you put the same question to David Cosgrov...
Heart and Sole
Longtime cobbler heels the town
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So, I buy this cool-looking pair of retro penny loafers. The problem? The leather is so stiff that a year later, I still haven’t been able to break them in. I’m no Emelda Marcos, so when I have a s...
POINT & SHOOT 07030
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Send your Hoboken Photos to 07030@hudsonreporter.com. Be sure to write "Point and Shoot" in the subject line.
ON THE WATERFRONT 07030

More Parks Please!
Fund for a Better Waterfront advocates for open space along the Hudson
by Sean Allocca
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Access to the Hudson can certainly ease the monotony of city dwelling—the honking horns and clanging of passing trucks. The Fund for a Better Waterfront (FBW) was formed around the simple idea that...
ARCHIVES AND ARTIFACTS07030

What the Heck is Going on with Sybil’s Cave?
At one time, hordes of tourists swarmed Hoboken to drink… the water?
by Melissa Abernathy
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Sybil’s Cave, a natural spring carved into the base of the greenish stone bluff known as Castle Point, is one of Hoboken’s best-known landmarks. Anybody who wants to can view its locked entrance on...
HANGING OUT WITH 07030
Hanging out with—Frank Raia
by Amanda Palasciano
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OK, let’s be frank. We should all be so lucky. Noted builder, philanthropist, dual board member, father, husband, rock-and-roll enthusiast, and workaholic, Frank “Pupie” Raia is a born-and-raised H...
WEST SIDE STORY 07030

The Jubilee Center
An after-school home for Hoboken kids
by Gilbert Aguon
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What started as a bunch of volunteers offering homework help has blossomed into one of the most valuable assets for Hoboken families. In 1996, the nonprofit All Saints Community Service and Develop...
HOW WE LIVE 07030
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EDGE LOFTS Bruce Goodrich really took a chance on Hoboken—launching a new business and finding a new home within the last couple of years. And he has no regrets. Two years ago, he and his brother l...

EDITOR’S LETTER 07030

by Kate Rounds

John Sayles
—Our Auteur Next Door
by Arlene Phalon Baldassari

Hoboken’s hallowed ruins by By Dean DeChiaro

HOW WE LIVE 07030

80 PARK STREET
by Peter Traberman

Holistic Hoboken by Lana Rose Diaz