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Re: Pothole Inventory Report List
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Tweet pics and locations of these potholes to @terrencemcd, I saw on twitter he might be doing a story on them.

Posted on: 2014/7/6 12:24
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Re: Look Who Made It Onto Buzzfeed at #27.
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Lol are you one of the big hair girls? If so my bad, I just pasted the last link I remembered reading about them in. Did not mean to upset the link police, my sincerest apologies.

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nemobeatz wrote:
Exactly.

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http://www.chicpeajc.com/fashion/stylishpeeps/venus-lizzy/

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Does anyone know their story? I see them downtown a lot.


How about actually promoting their website http://bighairgirls.com instead of trying to get hits for some corny fashion blog?


b/c you can promote JC and big hair girls.


Except for the fact that 1) that's a link to a fashion blog and 2) if you have managed to find your way to JClist I'm pretty sure you don't need any more "promotion" for the city you probably already live in.

Posted on: 2014/6/23 16:58
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Re: Look Who Made It Onto Buzzfeed at #27.
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Exactly.

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http://www.chicpeajc.com/fashion/stylishpeeps/venus-lizzy/

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malcontent wrote:
Does anyone know their story? I see them downtown a lot.


How about actually promoting their website http://bighairgirls.com instead of trying to get hits for some corny fashion blog?


b/c you can promote JC and big hair girls.

Posted on: 2014/6/23 16:31
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Re: The Torch House has arrived
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Would someone please just buy this building from him?!?

Posted on: 2014/6/20 13:48
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Re: Look Who Made It Onto Buzzfeed at #27.
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http://www.chicpeajc.com/fashion/stylishpeeps/venus-lizzy/

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Does anyone know their story? I see them downtown a lot.

Posted on: 2014/6/20 13:47
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Re: As American Cities Grow, New Urbanism Must Be Inclusive
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+20 the racism/ classism on here is mind-boggling sometimes.

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+1 Shakatah and JPHurst. I am not well-versed on the issue but from just the cursory reading I've done, mixed-income neighborhoods tend to be more vibrant/interesting and have intangible benefits (e.g., those on the lower income spectrum living in proximity to those more affluent often become more determined to improve their lot in life, have access to better schools/services and are more apt to take care of their surroundings than if they are consigned to bad neighborhoods with deficient services, more affluent well-to-do children get to not live in their cocoons/bubbles and get exposure to those not like themselves and it can alleviate entrenched inequality to some extent). For anyone who doesn't know, the ghetto was created by U.S. public policy (not due to so called innate undesirable traits of blacks/Hispanics) which is why many urban places are in the morass they are. I also categorically refute the notion that if you're a hedge fund guy in Paulus Hook making beaucoup bucks you automatically possess fine moral character and admirable traits, and if you're a single mother social worker/office manager making $45K living in B-L, that you lack character, admirable traits and that one shouldn't want their children to associate with the kids of the woman illustrated. And Heights, it's "camaraderie"

http://www.useful-community-developme ... mixed-income-housing.html

http://billmoyers.com/2014/05/28/ta-n ... ow-we-created-the-ghetto/

http://www.theatlantic.com/national/a ... -jewish-exception/273592/

Posted on: 2014/6/18 15:54
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Re: Wall St. Journal story today on Fulop JC Rebrand attempt
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Though I do agree with you on this administrations low prioritization of sidewalk/road upkeep (Pacific Ave is borderline undrivable), they make it pretty clear in the article that no city dollars are being spent.

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There are several things that our tax dollars can be spent on. Let's start by fixing all the red lights (many of them don't work), fixing the sidewalks (I sometimes feel like I live in a third world country with the sidewalks all broken and unkempt), fix the building department so that people can their TCO quicker (JC is the only place I have seen where it takes so long to open a store front/restaurant).

There are so many more....

Posted on: 2014/6/16 12:53
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Re: Jersey City DMV
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My last few visits to the city line DMV (border of Bayonne and JC) have been surprisingly quick and efficient. I've gone around 3:30 - 4 and have gotten in and out without issue. Not sure if you own a car, if not it might be worth an Uber ride.

1347 Kennedy Boulevard
& Rte. 440
Family Dollar Plaza
Bayonne, NJ 07002


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Hi Folks,
I need to renew my Driver's License with a new address and am wondering if anyone had advice on visiting the DMV by JSQ/Five Corners? Are any days or times less busy than others? Any info would be helpful, thanks.

Posted on: 2014/6/16 12:34
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Re: Taqueria Viva Mexico Kitchen Cafe - 133 Morris Street
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Thanks Susan, I got scared for a second. I seriously don't know what I'd do without their chorizo burrito!

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I was walking by on Friday and was told by workers that they were replacing the floors and reopening on Monday. I hope that's true.

Posted on: 2014/6/16 11:36
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Re: Lafayette Swimming Pool Hours?
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Found this posted on Facebook, it's old but the hours are still valid.

http://jerseycitynj.gov/uploadedFiles ... mer%20pools-sprinklers%20(2)%20FINAL(1).pdf

Posted on: 2014/6/16 11:32
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Re: New Pinoy-owned restobar in NJ boasts of luscious food, cozy setting
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Not a huge selection, but I've seen worse. DFH 90 min, purple haze, Guinness, I think a Riverhorse, and the rest is fairly standard.

P.S. Can the Moderator combine this with one of the other threads?

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Do they have good beers?

Posted on: 2014/6/11 11:32
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Re: New Pinoy-owned restobar in NJ boasts of luscious food, cozy setting
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Ha, next rounds on me!

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nemobeatz wrote:
Me too, glad to have him back. The other day he fixed me an old fashioned using a spiced-citrus simple syrup he made, it was EXCELLENT!


And you didn't offer me a taste! (My Dogfish was well poured, though).

Posted on: 2014/6/11 11:25
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Re: New Pinoy-owned restobar in NJ boasts of luscious food, cozy setting
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Me too, glad to have him back. The other day he fixed me an old fashioned using a spiced-citrus simple syrup he made, it was EXCELLENT!

Posted on: 2014/6/10 17:38
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Re: New Pinoy-owned restobar in NJ boasts of luscious food, cozy setting
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Yeah, Dorian is back. He's a damn good bartender too, really knows his stuff.

Posted on: 2014/6/10 17:28
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Re: What's going there?
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Yeah, they're high even for DT and are pretty lacking in the amenities department.

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http://www.seeninjerseycity.com/2014/ ... %28Seen+in+Jersey+City%29

This my answer some questions

Also, are those rents at 8 Erie Street realistic?

Posted on: 2014/6/10 12:00
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Re: Western Bergen Lafayette
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This is actually what he was referring to:

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

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JCorNYC wrote:

BTW, there wasn't a shooting in front of City Hall on Grove. IT was a sexual assault and knife. it happened at 1:30am on Monday. Not a shooting in broad daylight where kids and innocent people happened to be walking by.

Posted on: 2014/6/9 21:07
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Re: Australians investors buying up Jersey City housing
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Here's a phase of the Aussie takeover we missed on JCL:

What Is The Deal With All These Australians In NYC?


Posted on: 2014/6/9 19:04
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Re: Harsimus Cove Mentally Disturbed Man
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Am i the only one who LOL'd at this?

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If you want to contact him directly, I wouldn't do it in person, but you can reach him here under the username Heights.

Posted on: 2014/6/9 18:35
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Re: My
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http://www.mlounge.net

Not sure if it's done yet as the restaurant is still figuring things out. I've been a few times and I'm a big fan of their happy hour. Also, the arroz con pollo on Latin night was delicious.

Posted on: 2014/6/9 16:38
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Re: Western Bergen Lafayette
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Anyone have a good JC neighborhood map? Google is failing me right now. Also, what are the cross streets of the place you're looking at?

Posted on: 2014/6/9 15:24
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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For those that live in the Foundry, do most of the residents there have cars? Just curious if they primarily take mass transit since the new building would prob be targeting a similar demographic.

Posted on: 2014/6/6 23:10
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Re: My
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Yup, ate at the bar yesterday. Pretty solid bar food, I had the deep fried ravioli and pulled pork nachos. Great happy hour as well, $3.50 Guinness, $4 dogfish head 60 minute, $4 ibita purple haze. My only complaint is there's no Filipino food! Luckily the owner assured me they'd be doing Filipino BBQ specialties on weekends in the near future.

Posted on: 2014/6/6 22:17
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Re: Bergen Lafayette?
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Definitely great news for the Lafayette area, I think it was 87 units to be exact. Do you remember if they were condos or rentals?

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Monroe wrote:
A bit of BeLa news that I heard last night-the warehouse on Suydam, off Communipaw, that had a 2 alarm fire last year has been purchased and the developer wants to build over 80 apartments (although I didn't hear if the building was being repurposed or replaced). In any case, that's good for the neighborhood.

Posted on: 2014/6/6 17:50
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Re: 5-year-old Jersey City boy shot..
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Glad to hear he's ok!

Posted on: 2014/6/5 20:15
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Re: 5-year-old Jersey City boy shot..
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It's terrible, but this is one of the trade offs of lliving in a city. These things also happen everyday in every part of NYC for instance, all we can really do is put pressure on the gov for a stronger police presence. ESPECIALLY in the summer, we all know that's when things tend to get the most out of hand.

Posted on: 2014/6/5 16:01
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Re: What Jersey City Restaurant Do You Miss the Most?
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MAE! One of my fav all time JC restaurants.

Posted on: 2014/6/4 13:52
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Re: 24 Hour restaurants?
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Not sure which are late night and which are 24 hrs, but my go-to late night places are:

Ibby's falafel (open til 2)
Grove bistro for pizza (open til 4 I think)
Two boots (open til 4 I think)
A-1 Deli (I believe this is 24/7)
Gypsy grill (open til 4 I think)
Hollywood Fried Chicken (open til 4 I think)

Hope this is helpful.

Posted on: 2014/5/27 16:37
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Re: Johnston Ave Pool Open!
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Awesome, anyone know when the "kid-free" hours are?

Posted on: 2014/5/27 15:18
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Re: Best Burger in Jersey City
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Well put. For burger purists in the area, Krug's in Newark cannot be beat. A huge quality beef patty sourced from a local butcher, sesame seed bun from a nearby bakery, and good old fashioned American cheese. Heaven!

P.S. NPT is wildly overrated IMO. I gladly drive an extra 10 minutes for the superior Krug's experience.


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corybraiterman wrote:
i'll say this. if hambergao is up your alley, then left bank is definitely the place for you

Posted on: 2014/5/26 17:24
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Re: Jerry Walker, Seton Hall hoops star-turned-community activist, opens Jersey City after-school center
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This is fantastic, wish I could've made the opening.

Posted on: 2014/5/20 15:16
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