EDITOR’S LETTER 07030
Double Exposure
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Seems like in this town, we’re always anticipating the future and celebrating the past all at the same time. Which is as it should be in a vibrant, ever-evolving community with deep generational ro...
Blades of Glory
A Hoboken native is a champion on ice
by Kate Rounds
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T his story is about a sport that I’m pretty sure most of you have never heard of: synchronized skating. It’s an awesomely visual sport, so it will test my writing chops to try and explain it in wo...
Go Out! Live More!
Don’t save those exciting adventures for your AARP bucket list!
by Mario A. Martinez
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I t’s Saturday morning in the early weeks of spring. Gray clouds that had covered the mountain peaks of Killington, Vermont, have cleared away. Snow dusts the slopes, and wind pulls at Jack Foltyns...
Dog Days
Taking a summer vacation? Prepare your pooch!
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Whether you bring your dog with you or board him or her at a facility, summer vacations can present health challenges for dogs. Dr. Michael Tuder, a vet with the Animal Infirmary of Hoboken, says, ...
No Crying in Baseball!
Woman makes history in Hoboken Little League
by Arlene Phalon Baldassari
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J oan Colgrove really, really loves baseball. As a kid growing up in Hoboken, she watched the Yankees play on television, and had a huge crush on Bucky Dent, famous for his three-run homer against ...
Kid Cuts
Getting that first trim doesn’t need to be a hair-raising experience
by Tara Ryazansky
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G etting primped and pampered might be enjoyable for adults, but for kids those snipping scissors can trigger a meltdown.  Luckily, Hoboken has salons that cater to kiddie clientele and make haircu...
Working Out With 07030
Police Chief Ken Ferrante
By Mario A. Martinez
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At a time when most Hobokenites are enjoying the final dream cycle of their REM sleep, Chief of Police Ken Ferrante is already out the door. It’s just before dawn, and the New York City skyline is ...
EDUCATION 07030
Silly on Sixth
Floundering fairy godmothers and wacky witches get standing ovation
by Arlene Phalon Baldassari
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Of all the things that make Hoboken special, Silly on Sixth plays a unique role. For the last 12 years, this program of the Hudson Theatre Ensemble (HTE) has been introducing the magic of theater t...
HOW WE WORK 07030
by Kate Rounds
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Little City Books 100 Bloomfield St. (201) 626-7323 littlecitybooks.com T he handwritten notes posted all over Little City Books say as much as anything about the ethos of this corner bookshop. The...
HOW WE LIVE 07030
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PARK AND GARDEN A llison and Allen Bari, owners of the Hudson Table culinary studio, moved to Park and Garden in October of last year because it had everything they were looking for in an urban ren...