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Last chance to get tickets for Moms Night Out
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Are you ready for Mom's Night Out this Thursday? Last chance to get your tickets for our Moms Night Out! Enjoy an evening of connecting with other moms, champagne, lite veggie bites, a dessert table, amazing raffles, and more.

- When: Thursday, February 9th from 8-10pm
- Where: Downtown Med Spa: 115 Christopher Columbus Dr, Jersey City
- Tickets here: https://jcfamilies.com/event/moms-night-out-in-jersey-city/

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8 Places To Go Skiing in and Around New Jersey
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Besides the benefits skiing has on your cardiovascular, muscle health, and flexibility, it’s great fun to enjoy with your family! Before planning your next ski trip, look at our list of 8 Places to Go Skiing in and Around New Jersey!

https://jcfamilies.com/best-places-to-go-skiing-in-new-jersey/

Posted on: 1/31 18:45
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2023 Family-Friendly Events in Jersey City
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JCFamilies strives to bring you the best family-friendly events in Jersey City all year round. Break out those calendars and check out this list of 2023 family–friendly events in Jersey City.Be sure to save and share this list of some of the most exciting events happening in town this year. Check back to this resource often as we continue to add new information!

https://jcfamilies.com/2023-family-friendly-events-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 1/31 18:44
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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wth is taking so long to open the whole foods? what's going on? why the delay?

Posted on: 1/30 21:44
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Re: NJ Teacher Shot Dead; Husband Arrested in PA After Their Daughter Calls 911
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A good life was cut short. Now victim’s family and friends are raising $50K for her daughter to thrive

Updated: Jan. 26, 2023, 5:10 p.m.|Published: Jan. 26, 2023, 3:45 p.m.

By Joshua Rosario | The Jersey Journal

Temara King’s future was coming into focus.

The 35-year-old Jersey City mom planned to open her own fitness-dance class business and she had just earned a promotion to learning disability teaching consultant at Dickinson High School.

But Tuesday morning, those plans came to a tragic end when authorities say King was fatally shot by her ex-husband in her Bergen Avenue apartment. She leaves behind a 14-year-old daughter.

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A GoFundMe campaign, posted Wednesday by King’s cousin, Dynisha King, has already raised $9,000 of the $50,000 goal.

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https://www.nj.com/hudson/2023/01/a-go ... r-daughter-to-thrive.html

Posted on: 1/27 15:02
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NJ Teacher Shot Dead; Husband Arrested in PA After Their Daughter Calls 911
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NBC News

NJ Teacher Shot Dead; Husband Arrested in PA After Their Daughter Calls 911

The Hudson County prosecutor's office is investigating -- and the woman's 14-year-old daughter was supposedly the one to call 911

By Brian Thompson • Published 1 hour ago • Updated 32 mins ag

A third-grade teacher in New Jersey was shot to death at her Jersey City home early Tuesday, allegedly a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her husband, who was arrested out of state hours later, a high-level police source and other law enforcement sources confirmed.

Sources identified the victim as Temara King, who celebrated her 35th birthday just two weeks ago and taught at Public School Number 5 on Merseles Street. She was killed at her apartment on Bergen Avenue shortly before 7:30 a.m. Sources said her 14-year-old daughter was the one who called 911 and told the dispatcher her dad shot her.

The father, identified by sources as 39-year-old Lucus Cooper, was apprehended by Pennsylvania State Police later Tuesday, the high-ranking police sources said. Charges against him weren't immediately clear, nor did Hudson County prosecutors, who were leading the investigation, immediately confirm the details of the case publicly.

Family members described King as a loving mother. She also was a loving teacher, Jersey City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Norma Fernandez indicated.

"Our hearts are broken at the sudden violent loss of Temara King," Fernandez said in a statement. "She was an outstanding educator and dedicated faculty member. She will be missed and our prayers go to her family as they cope with the tragedy."

Investigators were seen loading up evidence throughout the morning.

King earned a master's degree with a specialty in special education and recently was promoted.

https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/ ... on-bergen-avenue/4065137/

Posted on: 1/24 20:36
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Re: Gastroenterologist
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strongly recommend Dr. Ken Miller in the city, both our PC and dentist go to him as well. He's the doctor that other doctors go to.

Posted on: 1/21 16:12
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Gastroenterologist
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Hi everyone,

Looking for a great gastroenterologist.
Any recommendations?

Thanks!

Posted on: 1/20 23:18
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New Mom’s Day Out with Babies: An Event For New & Pregnant Parents
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Hi New Moms/Parents!

We are thrilled to bring this event to you! A perfect opportunity to meet new friends, connect with old friends, and make a new playgroup for your baby or toddler. This will be our monthly event for new parents to connect and their babies!

When: Wednesday, February 8th, 2022: 10:30 am-12:30 pm
Where: Nimbus Arts Center: 329 Warren Street, Nimbus, Jersey City

Tickets are $11 per person (No fees for the kids)

Get your ticket here: https://jcfamilies.com/event/new-moms- ... for-new-pregnant-parents/

Posted on: 1/19 19:21
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Re: Mayor Fulop not running.....
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Quote:

MDM wrote:
Getting himself in order to run for Governor?
Or perhaps he wants to get out while the getting's good. The city is somewhat out of control. The road surfaces being one thing.

Posted on: 1/8 22:49
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Re: Mayor Fulop not running.....
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Getting himself in order to run for Governor?

Posted on: 1/5 17:40
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Mayor Fulop not running.....
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..for Mayor again. (hmm is there a Mayor WheelMan in our future?)



Dear Jersey City resident,

I hope this email finds you well and your 2023 is off to a great start.

I wanted to share with you a decision I made over the new year. I’ve decided with certainty that this will be my last term as mayor and despite no term limits in Jersey City, I know that I won’t be standing for re-election as Jersey City's mayor in 2025. You can learn more here.

I am forever grateful that you elected me for three terms as your mayor - something that hasn’t been done in more than 50 years, and you did it with record pluralities. In turn, I put everything I could into serving as mayor knowing that I strived every single day to make you proud and move the city forward.

We have done so much together to move Jersey City forward. Our city has become a national model on so many fronts and truly one of the best renaissance stories in the country. I know that three terms is a substantial amount of time to leave a city better than the way it was when we started and I believe we did that.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve this amazing city

I love Jersey City as it is a very special place with the best communities working together towards a better future

Thank you Jersey City.

Sincerely,

Steven M. Fulop

Posted on: 1/3 22:46
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$1975 Whole Storefront - Retail or Office - has private bath!
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Quite a regular


$1975 Flexible Start anytime! (609) 285-3663

Whole Storefront - Retail or Office - has private bath!

Right on Newark Ave Downtown the Hippest Area in Downtown Jersey City

Perfect for Lawyer, Accountant, Realtor, Startups etc. Most Brooklyn like area of JC - just 5 Blocks from Grove PATH Subway to Manhattan (5min) - CitiBikes station right out front - near White Eagle Hall (800 person music venue) think Brooklyn's BAM

Space has been an Account's Office - Law Office and for 6 years it was an Art Gallery and a Vintage Boutique - it can have 4 to 5 desk areas! see 30 photo slide show. $1975 is for the whole full Storefront space! It is right on Newark Ave (the main drag in JC)

Posted on: 12/30 19:49
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Chess, Coding, ELA and Math Classes (PreK - 11th grade) at AlphaMinds Academy- Register Today!
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Not too shy to talk


Dear Parents,
This winter, help your child reach their full academic potential and explore new interests with AlphaMinds classes!

Registration is open of the Winter-Spring 2023 session at AlphaMinds Academy - Classes start on January 7th.

In-Person & Online Classes!

Classes for PreK 3 - K Students:
- Logic/Early Math
- Reading (Phonics)
- Chess for Young Beginners

Classes for Students in Grades 1-11:
- Chess (all levels, Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced Level)
- Mathematics (incl pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II and Geometry)
- Coding (Scratch, Python, JavaScript)
- Reading (Fluency and Comprehension)
- Essay Writing


For schedule, fees and registration, please visit our website

Jersey City Locations:
-Boys and Girls Club, 225 Morris Blvd Jersey City NJ 07302 (next to Marin Blvd Light Rail Station)


Hoboken Locations:
-Village Tree House 123 Monroe St Hoboken
-The Hudson School, 601 Park Ave Hoboken


If you have any questions, please email us at info@alphamindsacademy.com or call us at 201.844.8535

Posted on: 12/21 19:26
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Re: Traditional Christmastide at Our Lady of Sorrows
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Rorate Mass tomorrow at 6:00 am. You can then have breakfast with us and hit the Mall when it opens!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EjHCYLukRY

Posted on: 12/16 14:44
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Re: Traditional Christmastide at Our Lady of Sorrows
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Rorate Mass tomorrow at 6:00 am. You can then have breakfast with us and hit the Mall when it opens!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EjHCYLukRY

Posted on: 12/16 14:44
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Only a few tickets left for tonight's moms night out/holiday party!
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LAST CHANCE to grab tickets to our Moms Night Out Holiday Party happening TONIGHT at Downtown Med Spa from 8-10pm! Enjoy a night of pampering with mini facials, unlimited champagne, passed hors d'oeuvres, a dessert table, holiday themed photo corner, exciting goodie bags and giveaways!

Tickets here: https://jcfamilies.com/event/moms-night-out-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 12/15 18:55
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LOEW'S 12-13-2022 ORDINANCE HEARING.
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DON'T TRUST JERSEY CITY. VOTE DOWN THE 12-13-2022 ORDINANCE HEARING. STOP THE TRANSFERE TO THE JCRA. THE CITY WILL SELL THE THEATER AFTER RENOVATIONS TO RECOUP IT'S INVESTMENT !!!!!!

Posted on: 12/14 12:35
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Kansas City Manager Brain Platt talks about the JC Mayor lying
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“Why can’t we just lie to the media?” Platt allegedly asked Hernandez, in a meeting. “In Jersey we had a mayor who would just make up numbers on the fly, from the podium.” Platt is the former city manager of Jersey City, New Jersey.
https://www.kansascity.com/opinion/edi ... ry2wTxHPbYR30hXNsjpaYKLfc

Posted on: 12/9 16:37
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Traditional Christmastide at Our Lady of Sorrows
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Traditional Christmastide

Our Lady of Sorrows, Jersey City

Rev. John Perricone, priest Simone Ferraresi, Music Dir.
All liturgies according to the traditional ordo in Latin
Clairmont Ave & Ocean, with off street parking directly across from the Church.




Rorate Mass, 6:00 am, Saturday, December 17, 2022. The Rorate Mass is lit only by candlelight. Because it is a votive Mass in Mary’s honor, white vestments are worn instead of Advent violet. In the dimly lit setting, priests and faithful prepare to honor the Light of the world, Who is soon to be born, and offer praise to God for the gift of Our Lady. As the Mass proceeds and sunrise approaches, the church becomes progressively brighter, illumined by the sun as our Faith is illumined by Christ. Also known in the Middle Ages as the Missa aurea (the Golden Mass), because of the various promises added to it. Prope est!

Midnight Mass, Saturday, December 24, 2022.
The genealogy of Our Lord according to the flesh will be chanted at midnight and the First Mass of Christmas follows immediately thereafter. The Nativity of Our Lord is recorded to have taken place in the depths of the night and so this ancient liturgy pierces the darkness echoing the refrain of the the angelic hosts singing Gloria in excelsis Deo!. A prelude of sacred music will commence at 11:30 pm by Cantantes in Cordibus, the choir in residence. The choir , accompanied by orchestra, will sing Caldara’s Mass in G, a baroque masterpiece.

Octave of Christmas, 9:00 am, Sunday, January 1, 2023. “Today, the Son of Man is to be circumcised; this first sacrifice of his innocent Flesh must honor the eighth day of his mortal life. Mysteries abound on this day: let us not pass one of them over but honor them with all possible devotion and love.”


Epiphany Blessing of the of the Water, Thursday, January 5, 2023, 7:00 pm. This ritual was borrowed from the Eastern Church which calls it the Great Blessing of Waters on the Eve of -Theophany. It entered the Roman Ritual in 1890, the same year Pope Leo XIII composed his “Exorcism Against Satan and the Apostate Angels,” a longer version of his familiar 1886 St. Michael prayer. After the psalms and the Magnificat, the priest recites quietly, in Latin, the central oration from Pope Leo’s longer prayer to St. Michael, a deck-clearing exorcism that aims to deliver, not a possessed person, but the Church herself from the destructive designs of ¬Satan. Join in this prayer against these days which are evil! The faithful may bring water in containers to be blessed to bring home to the domestic church.


Epiphany, Friday, January 6, 2023, 7:00 pm “The Epiphany is indeed a great Feast, and the joy caused us by the Birth of our Jesus must be renewed on it, for, as though it were a second Christmas Day, it shows us our Incarnate God in a new light. It leaves us all the sweetness of the dear Babe of Bethlehem, who hath appeared to us already in love; but to this it adds its own grand manifestation of the divinity of our Jesus. At Christmas, it was a few Shepherds that were invited by the Angels to go and recognize THE WORD MADE FLESH; but now, at the Epiphany, the voice of God himself calls the whole world to adore this Jesus and hear him.”

“For the Son of God became man so that we might become God.” St. Athanasius of
Alexandria, AD 296 – 373

Posted on: 12/8 21:44
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Looking for an installer/contractor
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Looking for an installer of laminate/formica/linoleum in Jersey City. Thanks!

Posted on: 12/5 15:18
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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You're one crazy lady. Have you spent a lot of time in treatment? Did you spend a lot of time in summer school for remedial assistance?

Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
Quote:

Sutherland wrote:
Wow, none of this is true. You people are really crazy


However, other countries are restricting who gets the vaccine due to heart-related problems from the vaccine.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthar ... ng-cases/?sh=39bb26d12a8a

Posted on: 12/3 20:01
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Last chance to buy tickets to JCFamilies Holiday Party!
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Hey families! Buy your tickets to the JCFamilies Annual Holiday Party today before we sell out.

Families can enjoy various activities, including pictures with Santa, holiday-themed picture corners, a giant bubble show, a spectacular magic show, handcrafts, holiday decorations, a DJ, a photo booth, dance performances, and more!

Get your tickets here: https://jcfamilies.com/event/annual-ho ... -families-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 12/2 19:01
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Restricting who gets A vaccine (only restricting the Moderna one for those under 30), and (from the article):

"None of the studies cast doubt on the vaccines’ effectiveness or the benefits they bring by safeguarding against Covid-19 and studies suggest the risks of heart inflammation are substantially higher in those infected with Covid-19. Overwhelmingly, regulators and experts agree that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the possible risks, even in young people and children at lower risk of serious illness, and are urging their populations to get the jab. "

Posted on: 12/1 16:42
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Quote:

Sutherland wrote:
Wow, none of this is true. You people are really crazy


However, other countries are restricting who gets the vaccine due to heart-related problems from the vaccine.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthar ... ng-cases/?sh=39bb26d12a8a

Posted on: 11/30 17:53
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Wow, none of this is true. You people are really crazy

Posted on: 2022/11/28 21:03
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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1.5 MILLION people in the USA died from the vaccine

https://rumble.com/v1wac7i-world-premier-died-suddenly.html

Posted on: 2022/11/28 17:59
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Re: wtf is happening to my property tax
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For the record I did not write the boxed item (# 20 ), but I did ask the question which was left out:

"What does Jersey City have that you would consider paying that exorbitant fee?"

Rich Mauro

Posted on: 2022/11/28 17:22
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Property Owners Must Bring Plumbing Feed Up To Code Before Selling
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Jersey City considers barring property owners from selling homes until they replace lead water lines
https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/11/jers ... ace-lead-water-lines.html

Posted on: 2022/11/27 15:48
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Re: wtf is happening to my property tax
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Quote:

RichMauro wrote:
For a little 750 sqf 1 br condo in jc - not even one of those new expensive buildings, my property tax went up by ~$3200 a year, for a total of $12,500 / year in tax. On top of maintenance fees etc.. fk that


What does Jersey City have that you would consider paying that exorbitant fee?[/quote] For condominiums west of Kennedy Blvd. in the Heights with an equivalent square footage, the average property tax is one third of that amount. Taxes average around $4k to $5k for small condos compared to what you are stating.

Posted on: 2022/11/27 15:15
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