Fish Story
What’s swimming in the Hudson?
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This summer, a so-called prehistoric fish washed up in Weehawken near Riva Point. It turned out to be a five-foot sturgeon. According to the New York State Department of Environmental Protection, s...
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Hoboken—1914-1919
Our town played a key role during World War I
by Darian Worden
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As we mark the 100th anniversary of World War I, it is a good time to reflect on Hoboken’s role in that deadly conflict. A port city with large immigrant communities, Hoboken was the port of embark...
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Strong? Athletic? Team Players?
They must be athletes, or firefighters—or both
by Story and Photos by Jim Hague
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Where there’s fire, there’s fire power in the form of athletic prowess: More than 20 current members of the close-knit brotherhood known as the Hoboken Fire Department were once standout athletes i...
Band of Brothers
Bikes are the bond
by Kate Rounds
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I thought I knew Jersey City pretty well, but one morning last summer, I was on my bike, and I found myself in a really cool place that I’d never seen before. Chipper’s instructions were good. I wa...
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How two Hoboken brownstone owners remodeled their homes to accommodate growing families
by Kate Rounds
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BLOOMFIELD STREET Elizabeth and Dean Gels had been living in California for 10 years when Dean’s job situation necessitated a move to the East Coast. A former banker, he and Elizabeth now work full...
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If You are Hungry or Homeless…
The Hoboken Shelter offers food, a roof over your head—and much more
by Kate Rounds
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For more than 30 years, the Hoboken Shelter has been caring for community members who have fallen on hard times. Jaclyn Cherubini has been executive director for 10 years. Homelessness, she says, i...
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Businesses Make Hoboken Work
by Kate Rounds
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MAID IN HOBOKEN 727 Monroe St. (201) 659-9500 maidinhoboken.com If you’re looking for a twenty-first-century cleaning service, this may be it. The company is less than two years old and is already ...
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Views from Pier C (top) and the 14th Street ferry terminal.
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Sullivan’s Bar & Grill
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Much has been written about Sullivan’s, but whatever’s been said bears repeating because some folks might be new in town and others may have taken leave of their senses—specifically the sense of ta...
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Precious
by Alyssa Bredin
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When you’re looking for fine Chinese cuisine, try Precious. This establishment lives up to its name; it is a precious gem in the middle of downtown Hoboken. The interior is ornate, yet modern. Red ...