Bringing movie sets back to NJ
Weehawken and other area residents talk about film tax breaks returning to state
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Film historians often attribute the origin of the term “cliffhanger” to the 1914 silent film serial “The Perils of Pauline” in which the main character clings to the Palisade cliffs near Fort Lee. ...
Support Einstein, an independent thinker for council
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Dear Editor: Joshua Einstein is the independent At Large Hoboken City Council candidate our city needs. As an out of the box thinker unbeholden to any local political faction, he is free to speak o...
Puerto Rico gets help from Hudson County
Local officials and agencies organizing after hurricane
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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My sister Kathy sent a message to the rest of the family last month, after Hurricane Irma passed just north of Puerto Rico, to let us know she was okay. While there was significant damage on the is...
SAULINO, MICHELINA
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A funeral mass was offered Oct. 6 at St. Ann’s RC Church, Hoboken, for Michelina “Madeline” Saulino. She passed away Oct. 2. A lifelong resident of Hoboken, Madeline (affectionately called “Babe” b...
Golden Door International Film Festival kicks off
Hosts an array of features, shorts, and gala events
by Al Sullivan
Reporter staff writer
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Many people know about film festivals such as the Sundance Film Festival, traditionally held in January, and Robert DeNiro’s Tribeca Film Festival in April. But Jersey City has become known for the...
Columbus symbolized inspiration, imagination, and intensity
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Dear Editor: The second Monday in October is set aside to honor Christopher Columbus. It is now well known that Columbus was not the first European to sail to the “New World.” The Vikings landed in...
SECAUCUS BRIEFS
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Clarendon School fourth grade students participate in classroom economy At the onset of the school year, students in Miss Tara Mizzoni’s fourth grade class at Clarendon School were introduced to Ec...
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
North Bergen’s freshman girls’ soccer sensation
Luperon scores goals in bunches for Bruins
by Jim Hague
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Kiomy Luperon (pronounced KEE-OH-ME LOOP-ER-ON) didn’t know what to expect when she tried out for the North Bergen High School girls’ soccer team for the first time in August. There is always that ...
SCARPULLA, FRANK R.
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A funeral mass was offered Oct. 5 at Our Lady of Libera Church for Frank R. Scarpulla, 90, of Brick Township. He passed away on Oct. 3. Born in Hoboken he lived in Brick and was formerly of North B...
Columbus symbolized inspiration, imagination, and intensity
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Dear Editor: The second Monday in October is set aside to honor Christopher Columbus. It is now well known that Columbus was not the first European to sail to the “New World.” The Vikings landed in...