MAYORAL TRIFECTA – Former Bayonne mayors Leonard Kiczek, Terrence Malloy, and Mark Smith proudly display their plaques.
MAYORAL TRIFECTA – Former Bayonne mayors Leonard Kiczek, Terrence Malloy, and Mark Smith proudly display their plaques.
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AGENT OF CHANGE — Nationally renowned civil rights activist Judy Shepard (second from left) appeared at Amanda’s Restaurant this past Tuesday at a fundraiser for the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Named for her son, who was tortured and murdered for being gay in 1998, the charity promotes acceptance of diversity and differences at outreach events with high school and college students, among other efforts. Amanda’s owner Eugene Flinn (second from right) said he hoped Tuesday’s event, which had around 70 attendees, would raise over $15,000 for the foundation.
AGENT OF CHANGE — Nationally renowned civil rights activist Judy Shepard (second from left) appeared at Amanda’s Restaurant this past Tuesday at a fundraiser for the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Named for her son, who was tortured and murdered for being gay in 1998, the charity promotes acceptance of diversity and differences at outreach events with high school and college students, among other efforts. Amanda’s owner Eugene Flinn (second from right) said he hoped Tuesday’s event, which had around 70 attendees, would raise over $15,000 for the foundation.
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FLYER FLYER PANTS ON FIRE--School board member Peter Biancamano claims that he didn’t know flyers issued in his name during a 2013 City Council campaign contained misrepresentations about the Hoboken school district.
FLYER FLYER PANTS ON FIRE--School board member Peter Biancamano claims that he didn’t know flyers issued in his name during a 2013 City Council campaign contained misrepresentations about the Hoboken school district.
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FIRST TIME OUT--Christine Johnson introduced herself to the Hoboken Board of Education and gathered parents and teachers as the new district superintendent.
FIRST TIME OUT--Christine Johnson introduced herself to the Hoboken Board of Education and gathered parents and teachers as the new district superintendent.
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ART SCENE OR CRIME SCENE?—Better known as one of the last vestiges of large-scale studio space for artists in Hoboken, the Neumann Leathers building became the subject of an evacuation and lockdown last Saturday night after false bomb threats were called in to the police.
ART SCENE OR CRIME SCENE?—Better known as one of the last vestiges of large-scale studio space for artists in Hoboken, the Neumann Leathers building became the subject of an evacuation and lockdown last Saturday night after false bomb threats were called in to the police.
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OPEN DOOR--The Roig Gallery adjacent to First Street and Park Avenue is Hoboken-based painter and screen printer Ricardo Roig’s window to the world.
OPEN DOOR--The Roig Gallery adjacent to First Street and Park Avenue is Hoboken-based painter and screen printer Ricardo Roig’s window to the world.
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LADY IN RED—Elisa Iribarne Brieva’s acrylic portraits are featured in Threshold, the Stevens Institute of Technology art program’s senior exhibition for the 2014-15 school year.
LADY IN RED—Elisa Iribarne Brieva’s acrylic portraits are featured in Threshold, the Stevens Institute of Technology art program’s senior exhibition for the 2014-15 school year.
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ROYAL PLUSH—For her senior art project at Stevens Institute of Technology, Sarah Quiles created her own line of stuffed animals called “Shadow Creatures.”
ROYAL PLUSH—For her senior art project at Stevens Institute of Technology, Sarah Quiles created her own line of stuffed animals called “Shadow Creatures.”
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HEART BEATS—In Stevens art student Julian Chaves’ interactive art installation, lights projected on a geometric heart sculpture pulse in relation to the viewer’s heart rate.
HEART BEATS—In Stevens art student Julian Chaves’ interactive art installation, lights projected on a geometric heart sculpture pulse in relation to the viewer’s heart rate.
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DREAM COME TRUE--Hoboken-based artist Ricardo Roig, here with his wife Michelle, has realized a lifelong dream by opening a gallery for his work on First Street.
DREAM COME TRUE--Hoboken-based artist Ricardo Roig, here with his wife Michelle, has realized a lifelong dream by opening a gallery for his work on First Street.
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