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Re: Rolon's Bar Closed?
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sad to say the BEST BAR in downtown Jersey City has been sold.



It's only spitting distance from the Bistro at Grove Street!

Robin.

Posted on: 11/18 21:34
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Re: Rolon's Bar Closed?
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Oh this makes me sad. Good bar. Considerate neighbors. A rarity in DTJC.

Posted on: 11/18 19:54
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Man dies 2 weeks after being stabbed; charges upgraded to murder (Academy and Summit)
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Updated 9:29 AM;
Posted 8:00 AM

By Ron Zeitlinger
The Jersey Journal


A man who was stabbed in the face and chest last month has died and his accused attacker is now facing murder charges, authorities said.

Carl Salisbury was taken to RWJBarnabas Health's Jersey City Medical Center in critical condition with stab wounds to his back, chest and face on Oct. 20.

Lateefah Rabb, 34, was initially charged with aggravated assault, but those counts were upgraded to murder after Salisbury died on Nov. 4, a criminal complaint on the new charge said.

According to the initial criminal complaint, police said that security video captures Rabb entering the building with the victim at 6:18 p.m. and at 7:16 p.m. she was seen running from the building with the victim close behind her.

The victim had blood stains on his shirt, according to the complaint, which noted that the weapon used in the attack was recovered. The criminal complaint did not describe the relationship between Rabb and Salisbury.

Rabb was charged in early September with attacking another woman with a scooter, causing a head injury that required staples to close. In 2012 Rabb was charged stabbing a woman five times. She pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and was sentenced to 280 days time served and two years probation.

Salisbury's death is the 24th homicide in Hudson County and 19th in Jersey City this year. Services for Salisbury will be Saturday at 9 a.m. at Emmanuel Pentecoastal Church in Jersey City.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2017/11/post_935.html

Posted on: 11/18 18:41
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Man Found Stabbed in the Chest in Jersey City (Newark ave between Grove and Erie)
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Nov 18 2017 - 6:25am

A man found stabbed in the chest in Jersey City early this morning has authorities investigating the exact motive for the incident.

Police were called to the vicinity of 135 Newark Avenue to investigate a report of a person bleeding at that locating.

Units arriving at the scene requested EMS on the rush after they found the male victim suffering a severe stab injury to the chest according to reports.

EMS rushed the victim to Jersey City Medical Center where he was listed in serious but stable condition as of early this morning.

Police have not arrested a suspect in the incident, and the motive is reported to be an attempted robbery.


https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/male- ... stabbed-chest-jersey-city

Posted on: 11/18 18:23
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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Fred Rogers has a point. What is that $9K charge to a law firm for?

Posted on: 11/18 17:36
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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mrrogers wrote:
Anyone else notice JCvoter always shows these things like homeowner records almost as if he had done his research.
On another thread he had a long post complete with links to long ago articles.
That's because jcvoter IS james Soloman and he is leaking out his opo research he paid for.
Yet if you look at his elect you will not see any paid opo company.You will see a close to ten thousand dollars paid to a NY law firm.
Why would a Jc council candidate need to pay a NY law firm that kind of money unless he was using them to hide paying for the
Opo. Kind of the same way the DNC paid a law firm to dig up the dirt on Bernie.
Soloman is phony reformer who will be running for Mayor on day one.



Let's give a big JC welcome back to mrrogers...Hi, Tom (Tommy) Bertoli. Since you don't live in Jersey City and posting about a Ward E election race, should we assume they hired you to work the Dec. 5th runoff?

Posted on: 11/18 17:06
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Re: Hypocrite Solomon’s dirty push Poll
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Anyone else notice JCvoter always shows these things like homeowner records almost as if he had done his research.
On another thread he had a long post complete with links to long ago articles.
That's because jcvoter IS james Soloman and he is leaking out his opo research he paid for.
Yet if you look at his elect you will not see any paid opo company.You will see a close to ten thousand dollars paid to a NY law firm.
Why would a Jc council candidate need to pay a NY law firm that kind of money unless he was using them to hide paying for the
Opo. Kind of the same way the DNC paid a law firm to dig up the dirt on Bernie.
Soloman is phony reformer who will be running for Mayor on day one.

Posted on: 11/18 16:48
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Re: Rolon's Bar Closed?
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RIP Rolon's

Keyhole!

Posted on: 11/18 14:19
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Sat & Sun 12-4P Don't Miss Showcase of Vibrant Mithila Art of North India
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Come out this Saturday 11/18 and Sunday 11/19 from 12p-4p to view this in incredible and diverse collection of Mithila Artworks from Northern India.

Small and large works in color and black and white.

Go to Gallery495.com to preview this work- but don't miss seeing it in person!


@Casa Colombo Art Center
380 Monmouth Street
Betw Newark & Christopher Columbus Aves

Call or text Peter Zirnis @ 201-936-3456

at the Casa Colombo Art Center today.
Or to arrange a time to see the exhibit during the week.

Posted on: 11/18 13:40
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Re: Rolon's Bar Closed?
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Figured, what will be done with it?

Posted on: 11/18 12:35
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Re: Rolon's Bar Closed?
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said to say the BVEST BAR in downtown Jersey City has been sold.


Posted on: 11/18 12:33
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Re: Give Mayor Fulop the hat trick with wins in Wards A, B, and C on Dec 5th, 2017
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IMHO… I see nothing wrong with a rubber stamp City Council when you have the right forward thinking leader at the top. I don’t think there has been a bad decision made in the last 4 years by Mayor Fulop and his City Council. Everything they passed moved the city one step forward.

Yes sometimes rubber stamp City Councils are bad look at what we had with Healy. He had a rubber stamp City Council for close to 9 years. Bad leader at the top bad or no results from the City Council. (GIGO) I recall the Healy controlled City Council with Council President Peter Brennan passing an ordinance to shut then Councilman Fulop down. I think it was dubbed the anti-Fulop ordinance. It stated that an ordinance couldn’t be reintroduced again for 6 months after it was voted down. (which most of Councilman Fulop’s fresh ideas were at the time) A perfect example of a bad rubber stamp City Council.

Are those constant NO votes from Yun* and Boggiano (the NO-bbie brothers) really because they are just “looking out for JC residents” or are they just to show that they are Independents and screw it if it slows down Mayor Fulop’s vision for JC? Hmm funny their two Wards seem to be benefiting the most from the other Council members YES votes especially Ward C. From looking at the vote tallies from November 7th I think it is pretty clear we all trust what Mayor Fulop and his City Council are doing for our city. Why tie up progress with a chorus of NO votes.

*I don’t think Mo had a chance in Ward D against Yun…how can you compete with getting Christmas and Birthday cards from the bow-tied Crusader….err…Independent. (Gee I even put them on my mantel thanks Mike ...lol)

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Sorry as a resident of Ward A the mayors last pick was an embarrassment to this ward. Frank Gajewski has not done anything for the ward. All he has done is voted on giving abatement's to Journal Square and downtown. He is useless, and because of that I would never vote for the mayors pick.

Posted on: 11/18 12:30
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Rolon's Bar Closed?
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Any idea why Rolon's Bar closed?

Posted on: 11/18 12:21
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Re: Give Mayor Fulop the hat trick with wins in Wards A, B, and C on Dec 5th, 2017
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IMHO… I see nothing wrong with a rubber stamp City Council when you have the right forward thinking leader at the top. I don’t think there has been a bad decision made in the last 4 years by Mayor Fulop and his City Council. Everything they passed moved the city one step forward.

Yes sometimes rubber stamp City Councils are bad look at what we had with Healy. He had a rubber stamp City Council for close to 9 years. Bad leader at the top bad or no results from the City Council. (GIGO) I recall the Healy controlled City Council with Council President Peter Brennan passing an ordinance to shut then Councilman Fulop down. I think it was dubbed the anti-Fulop ordinance. It stated that an ordinance couldn’t be reintroduced again for 6 months after it was voted down. (which most of Councilman Fulop’s fresh ideas were at the time) A perfect example of a bad rubber stamp City Council.

Are those constant NO votes from Yun* and Boggiano (the NO-bbie brothers) really because they are just “looking out for JC residents” or are they just to show that they are Independents and screw it if it slows down Mayor Fulop’s vision for JC? Hmm funny their two Wards seem to be benefiting the most from the other Council members YES votes especially Ward C. From looking at the vote tallies from November 7th I think it is pretty clear we all trust what Mayor Fulop and his City Council are doing for our city. Why tie up progress with a chorus of NO votes.

*I don’t think Mo had a chance in Ward D against Yun…how can you compete with getting Christmas and Birthday cards from the bow-tied Crusader….err…Independent. (Gee I even put them on my mantel thanks Mike ...lol)

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Posted on: 11/18 11:01
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Project Greenville's Winter Wonderland gearing up, wants wonder-filled art
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Project Greenville's Winter Wonderland gearing up, wants wonder-filled art

Updated 9:48 AM; Posted 9:47 AM
By The Jersey Journal

With the temperature finally dropping in what many would consider an otherwise frosty year, most people would probably say some warmth from the holidays would be nice. Project Greenville is preparing for its own attempt to add holiday cheer via Jersey City's southern side with its annual Winter Wonderland Show, on what will be the year's last JC Friday, Dec. 1, and on Saturday, Dec. 2.

For the show, Project Greenville coordinator Elizabeth Deegan is taking submissions of holiday- and winter-themed art of all kinds until Nov. 28. Those interested in submitting can contact projectgreenville@gmail.com or call 646-361-1858.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... w.html#incart_river_index

Posted on: 11/18 10:25
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Shabbat in Jersey City
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Mayor Fulop, outreach organization join for rooftop dinner
BY JOANNE PALMER

Steve Fulop, Jersey City’s first-term mayor, just won re-election in a landslide; he got 78 percent of the vote

Mr. Fulop, a Democrat who was a Wall Street trader before September 11, and then joined the Marines, and then became mayor of the state’s second largest city, has much to celebrate. This Friday night, he’ll celebrate something else as well. Shabbat.
He’ll be at what is billed as the Rooftop Shabbat dinner, in a space overlooking the Jersey City waterfront, as one of many guests of Mesorah NJ, an outreach organization with a growing presence among the Jews moving into the city.

Of course, Mr. Fulop is a natural at a Shabbat dinner. He’s the grandson of Holocaust survivors, the son of an IDF veteran, and a onetime student at the Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva in Edison, where he grew up, and then the Solomon Schechter School of Union and Essex (although he left for public school because he craved soccer).

Today, he said, “I’m obviously very secular, and if anybody reaches out I go; I have done a lot of different events with different parts of the Jewish community.

“I do this for a lot of different communities” — not all of them Jewish – “but I am Jewish. My background is a large part of who I am.”

The city is increasingly Jewish as well, he said. “We have three synagogues; we have a very large community of secular professionals who identify as Jewish. Many are young, but there are more families here now.” There is also a growing chasidic presence in southern Jersey City, he added, as families move there from Brooklyn.

The invitation to Shabbat dinner — which is open to the public (but by the time you read this it’s too late to go) — says that it will involve specialty cocktails and gourmet food. It’s aimed at unaffiliated young professionals.

More

Posted on: 11/18 8:44
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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I was out and about last night, and one of my buddies just got a job offer at this spot which will be a full gay club not a bar. I wish them luck! The sign is perfect!

Posted on: 11/18 8:22
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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Yes the building was sold and the liquor licence is held by the new owners. The food is inspired by Trinidad. The owners are a couple (not sure if they are married) The female is from Trinidad who is does the menu and her mate is from Ireland (hence all the Irish whiskey). They should do well even though we now have 2 other restaurants in the area Oak on Pine (American Bistro) and Pinwheel Garden (Asian Fusion) they are the only ones with a liquor licence.

Posted on: 11/18 8:08
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2 accused of running $30M mortgage fraud scam in N.J.
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2 accused of running $30M mortgage fraud scam in N.J., feds say

Updated 10:10 AM; Posted 7:07 AM
By Noah Cohen NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

An Essex County-based attorney and another man were arrested Thursday and accused of running a mortgage fraud scam that involved dozens of properties around New Jersey and bilked financial institutions out of more than $30 million, federal prosecutors said.

Christopher Goodson, 44, an attorney from Newark, and Anthony Garvin, 47, of Jersey City, were charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud in the short sale mortgage fraud conspiracy that lasted from January 2011 through August, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for New Jersey.

Conspirators in the scam setup simultaneous fraudulent transactions using the same target property, according to a federal criminal complaint. The scam allegedly involved properties in Jersey City, Clifton, Union and other communities.


http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/201 ... tml#incart_river_home_pop

Posted on: 11/17 15:51
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Re: Just say 'no' to 'millionaires' marina on the south side of Liberty State Park
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Lenore Holz is pretty feisty...;)

Having said that I agree that we don't need a private marina on the south side. On the north side, the assholes that run the marina did not even fix the asphalt path that runs along their marina, it is full of ruts and cracks and not bikable. They don't care about the park. The park should jack up their rent. No to south marina!


I agree - did you email DEP Commissioner Bob Martin to strongly oppose this new south side marina and to demand public hearings.

SAVE the South Side of LIBERTY STATE PARK from a secret deal for a Massive “Millionaires’ Marina”

commissioner@dep.nj.gov

Posted on: 11/17 14:18
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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Funny that people seem to conveniently forget the various other spots/incarnations that were attempted in between the much-missed MAE and this new place.

I do wish them luck, and I hope to be there soon. MAE was awesome, and way ahead of its time. That little corner is seemingly cursed, but MAE really almost made it and so many of us were enthusiastic patrons.

Posted on: 11/17 12:38
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Re: Tripping Over Tombstones
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Saturday at 9am they will be bagging leaves. Easy work but help is always needed and appreciated

Posted on: 11/17 12:38
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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What's the cuisine?


Harry’s Daughter
If the swinging lounge chairs and an in-house coconut cart don’t catch your eye, dishes like Jerk Chicken Nachos and Piri-Piri Style Shrimp are bound to lure you in. Located at 339 Communipaw Avenue (in the former MAE space), Harry’s Daughter is currently in soft open mode.

http://www.jerseycityupfront.com/the- ... mode-in-bergen-lafayette/

Posted on: 11/17 11:51
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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What's the cuisine?

Posted on: 11/17 11:45
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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The building / liquor license was sold in August 2016, so presumably (and hopefully) not.

Posted on: 11/17 11:20
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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That would be the kiss of death.

Posted on: 11/17 10:19
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Re: Harry's Daughter
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Is the crazy owner, who scupperred previous attempts to build something at this location, still involved?

Robin.

Posted on: 11/17 10:03
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Re: Give Mayor Fulop the hat trick with wins in Wards A, B, and C on Dec 5th, 2017
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user1111 wrote:
Amen, independents for every ward.


I do believe Fulop is doing a great job, and I would like to see continued city building with the support of council. But there are instances where the slate has been... problematic.

For example... SciTech city. It's an excellent project. But it was unconscionable that council just pushed this through because it was a mayoral priority rather than doing further due dilligence. They should've ordered an appriasal so it's clear the value of the land that was being transfered. I don't care if the appraisal came back at 100m or $200 million. It's still an excellent project. But the lack of that step without challanging the mayor on the value of the city-owned land is something an independet council would never do.

What I don't like are independents who just like playing the role of spolier or obstructionst just to say they are opposed to the Mayor. I really like Yun from when I use to live in the Heights but I feel like he did that sometimes. Boggiano too. Sure Rich is great to call on if the garbage collectors miss a bag, but he misses big picture items. I feel like Mayor Fulop has been taking a bigger role in the much needed revitalization of Journal Square than Rich, who seems almost indifferent if the planned redevelopments happen or not.

Posted on: 11/17 9:10
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Harry's Daughter
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This place is the old Modern American Eatery spot As of now its cash only, they are not fully up and running to accept credit cards. . The small menu that they do offer is delicious. The owners are locals who live in the area. food is fresh, spicy and well priced. I look forward to trying their full menu which should be available any day now. I wish you guys the best of luck and I will see you again real soon.

339 Communipaw Ave
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Posted on: 11/17 8:55
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Re: Tripping Over Tombstones
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To be fair I look forward to dancing and tearing it up on some of the graves here. Party Time!

Posted on: 11/17 8:34
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