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Re: The Lutze Biergarten - Harborside
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Those directions are why I asked if the Tap Haus was gone, when they opened, they used the exact 4 minute walk / in Exchange Place wording. I thought new owners and/or a brand re-launch.

Ironically I checked the TH website and they have another property open in Hoboken that I think is where the crappy Tilted Kilt was by 9th St. Light Rail.

I do look forward to checking out The Lutze Biergarten.


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Sounds like a place I would check out and give a chance. They aren't at Exchange Place though like the article says.

"located at 15 Second St in Exchange Place"


Maybe I went to wrong link I couldn't find anything about another location in Hoboken. What is it called? Although I could be wrong but I didnt know another place opened in the old Tilted Quilt location, I thought it was still empty.


Ok thanks, I passed by the Hoboken location today and their is a Tap Haus there. I also realize why I thought the place was still empty now. They seem to have installed darker windows and some have dark curtains. When it was Tilted Kilt it was easier to see inside as you pass by.

Posted on: 4/25 21:32
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Re: $512K payout for top Jersey City cop renews call for reform
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I saw the video while Fulop might talk a good game about this payout being outrageous, he did nothing about it. The video did say towns have passed ordinances against this, so why didn't the mayor and city council do likewise?

Posted on: 4/25 21:08
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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I've been holding off checking them out due to being anti-social and hating crowds. ;) Is it safe to go there yet? Long lines?


I'm the same. I stopped by Sunday evening around 7:00 and the place was busy but not crowded. At checkout there were two people in front of me on line.

Will definitely go back to try the ramen bar and scoop up some sweets. This place may save me a few trips to Mitsuwa.

Posted on: 4/25 20:34
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Re: $512K payout for top Jersey City cop renews call for reform
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Posted on: 4/25 18:11
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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I didn't see $2.5/lb for octopus.
The place is clean, well stocked, and a great addition.


Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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$2.50/lb octopus, $1.99/lb chicken hearts, a staggering array of frozen dumplings, and a dim sum bar? Be still my heart, this place rocks.

Moreover, when I went to ShopRite on Saturday to grab a bottle of wine, the grocery checkout lines were manageable, which is very rare for a Saturday afternoon, hopefully some of the excess capacity is making the drive over to 99 Ranch.

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Posted on: 4/25 18:08
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Re: Palisade Lumber shutting down in Mid to late May
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That is not good.

Does anyone know where else I can buy Marvin Windows?

Try General Lumber 200 Clinton Street, Hoboken. They sell Marvin, their service and price are better than Palisade

Posted on: 4/25 17:15
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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Popped in there Saturday after the Earth Day festival. What a terrific place, reminds me of a Chinese Whole Foods / Chinatown West. Pressed for time but gave it the once over and was impressed. Picked up some fresh non-Asian fruits and vegetables but taking a gander as I roamed about.

Posted on: 4/25 17:01
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Re: !!8th Annual Jersey City Ward Tour is June 4!!
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Re: Palisade Lumber shutting down in Mid to late May
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That is not good.

Does anyone know where else I can buy Marvin Windows?

Posted on: 4/25 16:33
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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Holy shit, a mini food court!!! I'm gonna be there all the time even though it's not cheap. Had roast pork wonton noodle soup for the 1st time since leaving Tribeca where I could walk to Chinatown. That shop needs to get better soy sauce packets and have chili oil, rather than the shit takeout stuff they provide. The ramen shop does much better.

Posted on: 4/25 16:17
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Re: Fulop to solicit proposals from for-profit companies to replace FOL in running the Loew’s theater
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Court erred in ruling between Jersey City and Friends of the Loew's: judges

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on April 25, 2017 at 10:41 AM, updated April 25, 2017 at 12:53 PM

JERSEY CITY - The city and the Friends of the Loew's could be heading back to court.

A panel of Superior Court judges ruled Monday that a trial court failed to address the city's allegations that the nonprofit group - which manages the Landmark Loew's Jersey theater - breached its leasing contract.

Superior Court Judge Hector Velazquez dismissed the city's claims that the FOL's lease, which is good until 2020, was not valid in during a May 2015 trial. Mayor Steve Fulop had sought to revamp the 88-year-old theater by hiring a concert promoter to manage the former movie theater.

But during that trial, the "court erred by failing to address the city's counterclaim for breach of contract" and "erroneously suggested that the claim had not been properly pled," according to an opinion signed by Superior Court Judges Joseph Yannotti, Robert Gilson and Paulette Sapp-Peterson.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _jersey_city_landmar.html


Posted on: 4/25 16:13
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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Time for my 2 cents,....yup, it's great! Sauteed some beautiful scallops last night from the 99 Ranch Market went back again today. Clean, efficient, astonishing inventory, and they're open till 9pm.

Posted on: 4/25 15:56
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Jersey City expected to award $1.2M animal control pact to Liberty Humane
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Jersey City expected to award $1.2M animal control pact to Liberty Humane

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on April 25, 2017 at 3:19 PM, updated April 25, 2017 at 3:20 PM

JERSEY CITY - The City Council is expected to vote Wednesday on a $1.2 million contract that would privatize the city's animal control services.

The competitively bid two-year contract is expected to be awarded to Liberty Humane Society, which was selected over the only other applicant, Newark-based Associated Humane Society. The city's Health and Human Services Department currently oversees animal control.

According to the resolution, Liberty Humane Society - a nonprofit located on Jersey City Boulevard - would be paid $555,397 for the first year of the contract and will receive an additional $93,000 one-time startup fee. The city would pay $569,281 for the second year of services.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... 15m_contract_to_priv.html


Posted on: 4/25 15:54
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Re: New Book - Tale of terrorism in Jersey City back in World War I. The Detonators by Chad Millman
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Posted on: 4/25 15:46
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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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He's also a disgruntled police or fireman who either thought he was going to get something from the new regime and didn't or was a Healy guy and paid the price for it.

Posted on: 4/25 13:12
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Re: The Lutze Biergarten - Harborside
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Yup. the website description was awkwardly written.

Posted on: 4/25 13:07
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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I used to hope for Whole Foods, but now with 99 Ranch, it has most of the things I need except for cheese and granola.

Posted on: 4/25 13:06
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Re: Looking for reputable movers
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Why don't you try Goshare. They're the Uber of moving and charge $1.29 per minute subject to a $35.00 minimum. I've used them for small moves and whenever I buy something from Home Depot that won't fit in my car. You can download the app on I Phone or Android.



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In typical urban fashion, we are moving about 50 yards down the street from our current address. And we're caught between just renting some large flat dollys (or whatever they might be called) and just walking everything to the new apartment, or actually hiring a company that will load it up and drive it a half block. Does anyone have any experience working with a mover who doesn't really have to "move" via a truck? (Happily we're moving FROM a 5th floor walk up to a ground level apartment this time.)

Bustjc, it looks like Honeymovers just does the loading/unloading or packing/unpacking?

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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earthling is clearly an anti-Fulop shill. Pay him no mind. He has a low post count and the few posts he has a ridiculously biased and crude.

I'm not even a fan of Fulop but this guy is obviously connected to a political opponent.

Posted on: 4/25 12:21
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Re: !!8th Annual Jersey City Ward Tour is June 4!!
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Registration opens soon! Much more info from the Bike JC event page on Facebook below. The only big change from last year is that the finish line and festival will be the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza:

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COME RIDE ALL OVER THIS TOWN WITH US!

Bike JC’s 8th Annual Jersey City Ward Tour will roll Sunday, June 4, taking you (and probably over 2,000 of our closest friends) on a 15-mile tour of our great city, and passing through all of its political wards.

This year we’re making some exciting changes for our growing tour: We’ll leave from City Hall in the morning as we did last year, but the tour will end at the bike-friendly Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza, where you can enjoy our equally great Finish-Line Festival all afternoon, featuring live music, food and drinks, and local community groups.

Registration is free, with a suggested donation of $5 to aid our year-round efforts to improve, promote, and teach safe and fun cycling in Jersey City.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and will open soon online. We’ll announce it right here in this event post, and in about a dozen other ways.

(Please note that, while we’d also LOVE you to click “Going” on this Facebook event page, to show everyone how huge this is going to be, that does NOT register you for the tour.)

More About the Ride

This year, like last year, the Tour will leave from Montgomery Street at Grove Street, right next to City Hall (280 Grove St.), and follow a route similar to last year’s, making a clockwise loop around the whole city back to Downtown. (We’ll post a map and a list of major streets shortly.)

But this year, we’ll finish at the Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza and take it over! Our Finish-Line Festival will be held right there on the plaza, with live music and local community groups. Food and drink will be available on the plaza itself, as well as at all the restaurants and bars along the plaza.

We’ll ride on streets (or sometimes on one side of a street) that are closed to motor-vehicle traffic by the Jersey City Police Department. Officers on bikes and in motor vehicles will escort us throughout the ride.

Riders must be age 12 or older, and must wear helmets. (Younger children may be carried securely on an adult's bike in appropriate child seats, bakfiets buckets, trailers, etc.)

All riders must also be able to maintain a pace of approximately 10 mph for 15 miles. This is a fairly relaxed pace for an adult who bikes even occasionally. We also take some short breaks to catch a breath and to allow for smooth traffic control, and our one long break in Lincoln Park roughly at the halfway point, after the only steep uphill on the course (so you can just walk your bike up that hill if you want).

Please note that the Ward Tour is not timed and is not a race, in fact, we strictly limit the front of the tour to a maximum of 10 mph.

But we must also emphasize: YOU MUST BE ABLE TO KEEP UP WITH THE TOUR, OR WE WILL HAVE TO ASK YOU TO CUT YOUR RIDE SHORT, as police re-open the streets to motor traffic behind us. If you can’t continue, there will be at least one van to pick you up and take you to the Pedestrian Plaza, but if it is full or you become separated from our rearguard, you’ll have to find your way on your own.

We strongly recommend that you and everyone in your party do a least some bike riding in the weeks before the tour.

The tour rolls out at 11 a.m., but you will need to pick up an official tour bib before the start, 9:00–10:30 a.m.

We encourage you to dress up yourself and your bike colorfully!

Bike JC is a citizen-based advocacy organization that aims to make Jersey City streets welcoming for bicyclists, by promoting bike-friendly policies, including bike lanes; bicycle education; and traffic law enforcement.

We hope to see you June 4! With protected bike lanes on the horizon, this is shaping up to be another banner year for biking in Jersey City. Come celebrate with us!

P.S.: Want to help us make this tour great? We’re looking for volunteers to help out throughout the day of the tour, for early-morning setup, rider registration, marshals on the ride, festival events, and afternoon/evening teardown/cleanup. We also need volunteers to distribute promotional postcards and put up promotional posters before the tour. You can sign up to volunteer here: http://www.bikejc.org/ward-tour/volunteer.

The Jersey City Ward Tour is presented by Bike JC in partnership with the the City of Jersey City, Mayor Steven M. Fulop, the Jersey City Municipal Council, and the Office of Cultural Affairs, and through the generosity of our sponsors.

#JCWardTour2017

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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34 gray st is a single family according to city's own records



Actually, 34 Gray St is a 3 family. Listed as 3 units.
Bldg Desc: 3S-F-D-3U-NH

34 Gray St - Property Detail


Way to ruin a delusional conspiracy rant with facts. Thanks!

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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The C train was delayed this morning so I was late to work. THANKS FULOP. #SAD

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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34 gray st is a single family according to city's own records



Actually, 34 Gray St is a 3 family. Listed as 3 units.
Bldg Desc: 3S-F-D-3U-NH

34 Gray St - Property Detail

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Re: Looking for reputable movers
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Suzy I am sure they will help you with that type of move.. Call and speak to Adam he will definitely help you figure it out and they are excellent!

201-668-6845 but yeah they focus on people that rent a truck or close moves.

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Re: Looking for reputable movers
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suzychapstick wrote:
In typical urban fashion, we are moving about 50 yards down the street from our current address. And we're caught between just renting some large flat dollys (or whatever they might be called) and just walking everything to the new apartment, or actually hiring a company that will load it up and drive it a half block. Does anyone have any experience working with a mover who doesn't really have to "move" via a truck? (Happily we're moving FROM a 5th floor walk up to a ground level apartment this time.)

Bustjc, it looks like Honeymovers just does the loading/unloading or packing/unpacking?


Moving with a flat dolly such a short distance can be incredibly easy and efficient. You might even be able to get it all done in a relatively short amount of time if you have two or three adults to do the carting of items and furniture down from your walkup to the street level. The one downside to using dollies for moving a half block away is the amount of time consumed making multiple round trips, but even that can be seen as an advantage. After each trip, you will have time to organize furniture, and put away any packed items. So, by the time you are done moving, you are actually done, and not left in a mess of boxes everywhere that still need to be moved around to get things put away and organized.

Posted on: 4/25 11:01
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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It was announced today that Albertsons might buy Whole Foods. Albertsons also owns Acme. Hopefully this is good news?


This is not quite accurate. What was revealed is that Albertsons is considering making a takeover bid for Whole Foods. Albertsons is controlled by Cerberus. Jana Partners (a competitor of Cerberus) has also telegraphed similar intentions, going as far as accumulating a 9% stake in Whole Foods. Regardless of who wins out, this is not necessarily good news: these buyout firms can be brutal and vicious in their approach to achieve profitability.


What did I say that was inaccurate? A takeover is in fact an acquisition which => buying.


Well, you can't really buy something that isn't for sale. Whole Foods is not looking to get bought. The *rumor* is that Cerberus might be exploring making a takeover bid for WF. Not quite the same as an outright buy of the company.

Posted on: 4/25 10:55
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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The iron lung did not cure polio and was not used for that. It was used to treat the symptoms and allowed patients to breathe.

It is now almost completely outdated because of modern mechanical respirators.

Do you know why it also is outdated? Because of....THE POLIO VACCINE!


Oh, the irony. :)

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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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The iron lung did not cure polio and was not used for that. It was used to treat the symptoms and allowed patients to breathe.

It is now almost completely outdated because of modern mechanical respirators.

Do you know why it also is outdated? Because of....THE POLIO VACCINE!

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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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It was announced today that Albertsons might buy Whole Foods. Albertsons also owns Acme. Hopefully this is good news?


This is not quite accurate. What was revealed is that Albertsons is considering making a takeover bid for Whole Foods. Albertsons is controlled by Cerberus. Jana Partners (a competitor of Cerberus) has also telegraphed similar intentions, going as far as accumulating a 9% stake in Whole Foods. Regardless of who wins out, this is not necessarily good news: these buyout firms can be brutal and vicious in their approach to achieve profitability.


What did I say that was inaccurate? A takeover is in fact an acquisition which => buying.

Posted on: 4/25 9:17
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Garbage Pick up?
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Anyone else having problems with their garbage being picked up in the Village area or Downtown? We put out nothing special- one can with a hefty bag on curb-no special items. Everyone else on block- garbage taken. Another time- every other resident's taken. Another time ours taken, neighbor's not...completely random. The first time- we just thought they missed it- no biggie. Now it's happening at least three to four times a month. What's up Jersey City!!

Posted on: 4/25 8:57
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