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Re: Next Step Broadway
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My children have attended Next Step Broadway for more than 5 years. My daughter adores the school; she loves being a part of the environment, loves her classes and has had an opportunity to develop her dance and acting skills in an environment where she is encouraged, but not beaten up. Amy has brought in new teachers over the years who have pushed the school to a new level. Even my son loves the acting class and has agreed to take his second dance class petitioning his friends to join him - I cried at last years show, glowing with pride and cannot wait for another stellar year.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:07
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Re: Goods & Greens replaces DOCO Market in HP - CLOSED
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Photography studio

Posted on: Yesterday 18:55
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Re: Flooding around Grove St between Grand and York
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On, May 8, 2013 at 8:27am (~6 months after Sandy), I stood on the Taqueria corner and took a picture of the water on Grove lapping over onto the sidewalk. The water level didn't quite reach the doors of the parked cars on the west side of Grove but it was close.

I don't have any picture proof since then. It doesn't seem to happen THAT often but once is enough to be a pain.

I don't know about the church either but you might have some noise from Taqueria patrons.

Posted on: Yesterday 10:15
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Re: Blacked Popup/ Launch Party
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I had gone to this and found it pretty damn cool...

Posted on: Yesterday 9:11
Losers always whine about their best. Winners go home and f___ the prom queen.
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Re: 52-year-old Jersey City woman missing for more than a week, police say
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Fear not, the JCList detectives are on the case!

Posted on: Yesterday 8:56
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Re: Jersey City: Newark Avenue - Pedestrian Plaza
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Posted on: Yesterday 8:08
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Flooding around Grove St between Grand and York
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Hi, I'm looking to rent a garden apartment in this area but am concerned about potential flooding problems on this street. I was here for Sandy so I know how bad that street was hit but how is it in more normal heavy rain conditions. This is a ground floor unit in the middle of the block on the west side of Jersey Ave.

Any other concerns about this location? Is that church on the corner pretty loud? Any updates on opening Grove St and putting up new buildings along Grand st?

Thank you

Posted on: Yesterday 7:51
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Re: Any good Chinese restaurants that deliver?
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dtjcview wrote:
A question to all the food snobs that have crawled out of the woodwork. Are there any restaurants in JC that combine, fast delivery, good price, decent portions, high quality and authentic international food?

I can't think of anywhere you don't have to compromise. In fact it is near impossible to find any authentic international cuisine in JC - or in the whole of the US for that matter outside NYC.

I'd kill for some authentic Spanish, Greek, Turkish, North African, French, German, Dutch or Polish food delivered. JC can't even do quality Indian delivery despite Newark Ave.

Shut up and eat your pizza, hot wings, chow mein, chicken korma, and corned beef and cabbage. That's all the American palette expects.


Who delivers corned beef & cabbage?!! With horseradish mustard....mmmm

Posted on: Yesterday 0:14
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Re: Any good Chinese restaurants that deliver?
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A question to all the food snobs that have crawled out of the woodwork. Are there any restaurants in JC that combine, fast delivery, good price, decent portions, high quality and authentic international food?

I can't think of anywhere you don't have to compromise. In fact it is near impossible to find any authentic international cuisine in JC - or in the whole of the US for that matter outside NYC.

I'd kill for some authentic Spanish, Greek, Turkish, North African, French, German, Dutch or Polish food delivered. JC can't even do quality Indian delivery despite Newark Ave.

Shut up and eat your pizza, hot wings, chow mein, chicken korma, and corned beef and cabbage. That's all the American palette expects.

Posted on: 8/29 23:36
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Re: New Jersey City University plans $42M expansion
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Me thinks their woodwind and jazz departments are going to take major hits.

Posted on: 8/29 23:15
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Re: Any good Chinese restaurants that deliver?
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I just want some 80's style table side service of Peking duck.

Posted on: 8/29 23:13
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Re: 52-year-old Jersey City woman missing for more than a week, police say
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GrovePath wrote:
That is very late to be just starting out on a really long drive - at 3:40 am it is easy to make a wrong turn onto unknown roads leading to rivers and creeks --


She left @ 12:15PM - not AM! And the fact that her car was by Easton that many hours later (not a long drive) does not bode well.

Hope she is found alive and well!

Posted on: 8/29 22:06
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Re: South House
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http://www.southhousejc.com/

Not much info but a placeholder website. Says to email info@southhousejc.com with inquiries.


Posted on: 8/29 20:59
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Re: Jersey City Planning Board Approves 21-story McGinley Square Tower
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Out of curiosity, I just looked at the AJ Madison website. The difference in price between white and stainless Bosch stoves and refrigerators is $90.00 and $100.00 for Miele dishwashers. Retail. What do you suppose the difference is when you order 200?



Posted on: 8/29 19:16
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Re: South House
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Seems cool! The Turtle Club is actually one of the nicer spots in Hoboken. This seems like a good fit for our town - Southern food and live music hits a sweet spot for me and the old lady...

Posted on: 8/29 18:47
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Re: Need a Job? Try City Hall - They're Hiring
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i work in technology and i can tell you that most of the tech jobs listed and their budgeted salary is why people in tech hate going into government. you get paid nearly half what a private sector job would pay and you have to fight 10 times harder to get budgets to work on projects. whoever takes that CTO job better have the patience of a saint.

Posted on: 8/29 18:30
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Re: Jersey City planning $20M City Hall annex on MLK Drive
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remember this bad deal -

http://www.nj.com/hudson/voices/index ... building_vote_proves.html

Editorial: Building vote proves council is inept
By The Jersey Journal

How much more evidence is needed to show that the people of Jersey City are being ill-served by those members of the City Council whose strings are being pulled by a City Hall administration that cares little for the taxpayer or well-being of its citizens. This is either an intellectually deficient or a sinister bunch in power.

The latest exhibit for the court of public opinion came last week, when the council approved bonding that would allow the city Parking Authority to buy the building that the agency has been renting at 392-394 Central Ave.

The purchase price was a highly questionable, $4.2 million in a down real estate market. Actions of these of elected officials in providing the agency with a go-ahead to buy this building is tantamount to malfeasance.

These self-appointed masters of investment and property acquisition refused to pay the $500 or so for a new appraisal of the building. Instead, they were content to rely on a year 2000 appraisal when the real estate market was booming. Their ineptitude was so blatant that it is easy to suggest their actions may have been planned.

Among those who approved the funding was Councilwoman Nidia Lopez, who has some trouble filing New Jersey tax returns. Another was Councilman Mariano Vega, who has so badly botched his campaign filings with state ELEC that it is difficult to accurately determine who donated to his war chest in May's municipal race. These are people who should not be making decisions with taxpayers' money.

The ordinance was introduced with a 5-4 vote but bond ordinances need six votes for approval on the second reading. Conveniently, it was Vega -- who once frighteningly chaired the city Tax Enhancement Committee -- changed his vote to yes. The councilman, who faces federal corruption charges and refuses to step down claiming he did nothing wrong, said he was convinced by supporters that this was a good deal for the city. He made this explanation with a straight face.

Downtown Councilman Steve Fulop, Ward F Councilwoman Viola Richardson and Councilwoman at large Willie Flood did the right thing by voting against the bond ordinance. Fulop argued for the new appraisal and noted that one of the property owners contributed to the Team (Mayor Jerramiah) Healy slate in this year's election.

Perhaps a review of past real estate deals approved by this City Council is a necessity. This city government cannot be trusted.

Posted on: 8/29 18:24
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Re: OPEN JERSEY AVENUE TO LIBERTY STATE PARK!!
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Quote:

Monroe wrote:
Nonsense, it made perfect sense for NJ to kill the tunnel to Macys basement. Here's a good piece for you to read.

No, it was a miserable decision, possibly one of Christie's worst to date.

ARC would have doubled tunnel capacity, and built a new station in NYC next to Penn Station. This is a much-needed infrastructure improvement, and every year of delay produces a huge increase in costs.

Worst of all, he almost certainly killed the ARC tunnel not to save money, but to snatch it and redirect it to unrelated road projects, and build his cred with conservatives (http://www.streetsblog.org/2012/04/10 ... -lied-to-kill-arc-tunnel/).

His short-sighted move almost certainly pushed back any solution to this major issue by 10 years, possibly more.

The only person to whom it makes sense is Christie, and those who inexplicably worship him.

Posted on: 8/29 18:20
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JC Board of Ed and teacher's union agreed on mediator
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Posted on: 8/29 17:22
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Re: Jersey City Planning Board Approves 21-story McGinley Square Tower
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[/quote]

Vindication is being facetious; he's making the point that he shouldn't be entitled to such things.

That said, he's also hilarious. Dark hardwood flooring for the poors, dammit![/quote]

Haha. Wow that totally went over my head! But you will be surprised at how many people actually believe that the government and society should give them a break because they can't afford certain luxuries.

Posted on: 8/29 17:19
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Re: Jersey City planning $20M City Hall annex on MLK Drive
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Hudson County View: Council President Lavarro speaks against Councilman Yun's proposal on building instead of renting.http://hudsoncountyview.com/council-p ... nnex-blasts-yun-proposal/

Posted on: 8/29 17:17
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Re: Danforth Ave below JFK...man slain during robbery...
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out of control... can't wait to see adversaries attack both christie and fulop

Posted on: 8/29 16:09
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Re: Danforth Ave below JFK...man slain during robbery...
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(scumbag number 2)


Second man charged in homicide of 63-year-old Jersey City man defending his wife during robbery

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... robbery.html#incart_river



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Posted on: 8/29 15:56
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Re: 52-year-old Jersey City woman missing for more than a week, police say
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That is very late to be just starting out on a really long drive - at 3:40 am it is easy to make a wrong turn onto unknown roads leading to rivers and creeks -- also some people really don't like family reunions -- perhaps she just went to Chicago instead...

Posted on: 8/29 15:49
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Re: Any good Chinese restaurants that deliver?
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Quote:

jcguy05 wrote:
if you want clean bathrooms goto confucius, but confucius is not chinese food, much less cantonese. Most of the dishes there you wont even find in takeout places in china. Have you tasted their beef chow fun?



Nope. Mom won't let us order dishes she could easily make at home, like chow fun, lo mein, etc. Don't even think about ordering fried rice in her presence. The stuff we have had there are dishes she can't make herself, and we've been fairly happy with them - the dim sum on weekends, seafood medley in some sort of crispy taro nest, the crispy pork chop and squid and there are these prawns in some sort of mayo-type sauce. Don't know the names because we leave the ordering to her.

Posted on: 8/29 15:46
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Re: UBER - car service in Jersey City
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This could set a new precedent for getting around the law.

Posted on: 8/29 15:28
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Re: UBER - car service in Jersey City
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More Hoboken residents, including Councilman At-Large David Mello, are coming out in support of the popular app-based car service, Uber.

While Hoboken is actively enforcing municipal code that says it's illegal for Uber, Lyft or any other taxi service not licensed by the city to pick up fares within the city, many say it's time for the police department to focus on other issues, and for laws to accommodate Uber. Some have even formed a Facebook community, Hoboken Uber Lovers.

WATCH: Hoboken councilman takes Uber ride, says car service should be legal

Posted on: 8/29 15:15
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52-year-old Jersey City woman missing for more than a week, police say
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Steven Rodas | The Jersey Journal

Police officials are asking for the public's help to find a 52 year-old Jersey City woman who's been missing for more than a week, according to authorities.

Susan Lynn Gordon left Jersey City in her car around 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 20, to drive to Wisconsin for a family reunion, but she never arrived, police said.

Gordon's car, a 2007 blue BMW, was heading westbound at the Easton/Phillipsburg bridge toll plaza in Pennsylvania at about 3:40 a.m. on Aug. 21, toll records confirm.

Gordon has a fair complexion, brown hair and hazel eyes.

Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact the JCPD Missing Persons Unit at (201) 547-5427 or the New Jersey State Police at (609) 882-2000 ext. 2554 or missing@gw.njsp.org.

Posted on: 8/29 15:10
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Re: What's going there?
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craigslistdiva wrote:
Does anyone know what is going on at the vacant lot next to the new Pediatric Dentistry and the new Porta Pizza place (I think) location on Newark Ave? It's been excavated for a while now but there doesn't seem to be anything moving in.



I was told it was going to be a women's health center run by JCMC, but that sounded far-fetched to me

Posted on: 8/29 14:34
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Re: Porta Pizza Coming To DTJC
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I peeked into this place today as they were working inside. The space is HUGE, absolutely gigantic.

Posted on: 8/29 14:32
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