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Re: Snor'Eastercane

Posted on: 2012/10/30 1:28

Re: Montgomery & Kennedy Blvd. - How safe is this area? What about shopping?

I'm close to there (a little further north.) Moved here about a year ago. I like the area, I don't think it's unsafe and I love to proximity to the PATH. There seem to be quite a few property renovations going on, at least on my block, so make of that what you will. As far as shopping is concerned, C-Town is pretty good, but we use Fresh Direct for most things.

Posted on: 2012/7/24 14:14

Re: CrossFit

Yeah, I just checked the pricing and I have to agree.

Posted on: 2012/7/17 18:27

Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City

I'd just like to say that as a homeowner in JC, I really don't care whether this Jersey Shore spin-off films here or not. I can't see what difference it makes. Just my 2c.

Posted on: 2012/2/15 0:12

Re: Guns seized during eight arrests over five-day period in Greenville

GrovePath wrote:

jcboyz wrote:
...feel free to arrest anyone named Malik or Deshawn, chances are they are armed!....

Straight up racist?[/quote]

Yup. The first arrest mentioned was of someone named Rachel -jcboyz didn't mention that name. I wonder why.

Posted on: 2012/1/13 21:53

Re: 5-year old girl mauled by unleashed pit bull -- did not respond to owner\'s commands

As someone who was attacked by a pitbull, I am of the opinion that mandatory muzzling in public for these and similar breeds is the way to go. It won't stop domestic attacks, that's down to individual responsibility, but it will stop innocent bystanders getting attacked by potentially dangerous animals.

Posted on: 2011/12/21 18:23

Re: What the fog?

I love that sound too -I find it quite comforting even on land.

Posted on: 2011/12/6 15:53

Re: Lincoln Park: Woman carjacking victim robbed by masked gunman who tapped on her window

"other theories are also being pursued" is a wonderful euphemism.

Posted on: 2011/10/29 19:38

Re: Wall Street Journal: F1 Racers Eyeing Streets of Hudson County

Well, the story has made it to the BBC News:

Formula 1 will hold a Grand Prix in New Jersey in 2013, West New York mayor Felix Roque has claimed.

The United States will feature on the Formula 1 calendar for the first time since 2007 with next year's race in Austin, Texas.

New Jersey governor Chris Christie could announce the deal at a press conference scheduled for Tuesday.

Roque said: "It's incredible. This is going to be an economic boom for this whole region."

Continue reading the main story
They compare it to Spa but it will have the feel of Monaco
West New York attorney Joe DeMarco
It has been claimed that the race will take place on a four-lane motorway that runs alongside the Hudson River in Weehawken, West New York.

"It will provide a very challenging course," West New York attorney Joe DeMarco said.

"They compare it to Spa in Belgium but it will have the feel of Monaco."

Lewis Hamilton won the last US Grand Prix at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2007.

The event's eight-year run there came to an end when F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone failed to agree new terms with the circuit's owners.

Ecclestone's plans to take a race to the New York area were first revealed when he began talks with representatives of Monticello Motor Club (MMC) in New York in 2009.

Austin-based promoters Full Throttle Productions overcame competition from MMC to stage a race at a purpose-built track with a deal through to 2021.

But, two years on, a deal has now been reached with a consortium of investors and city and state governments for a race to take place in New Jersey.

Posted on: 2011/10/25 13:25




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