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Re: J CITY Theater's new production: LOVE SONG - opens Nov 7th
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This is the Final Week for J CITY Theater's Love Song. Here are some of the audience quotes from last week:

Final week for LOVE SONG!
Here are some of last week's audience quotes:
"I've seen all of J CITY's shows for the past 10 years - this is undoubtedly the best one ever!" - Chris M.
" I'm coming back...AND BRINGING FRIENDS! Everyone should see this. " - Eleanor A.
" Blown away! I'm going to be thinking about this show for days!" - Mary T.

Get your tickets today! www.jcity.org

Posted on: 2019/11/12 16:46
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Re: J CITY Theater's new production: LOVE SONG - opens Nov 7th
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Opening night is tonight! Be sure to catch this incredible show and support local arts!

Posted on: 2019/11/7 21:11
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J CITY Theater's new production: LOVE SONG - opens Nov 7th
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Love Song by John Kolvenbach
November 7th – 17th
Thursdays – Saturdays 8pm
Sunday Matinee 3pm
www.jcity.org

Location: The Barrow Mansion, 83 Wayne Street – Downtown Jersey City

Tickets: $30.
Students and Seniors: $20

An Olivier Award Nominee for Best Comedy.

Beane (William Franke) is an exile from life – an oddball. His live wire sister (Sandy Cockrell) and brother-in-law (Clay Cockrell) try to make time for him in their busy lives, but are rarely able to pierce his protective bubble. Following a chance encounter with a burglar (Wendy Weber-Bratton), Beane is blissfully transformed by the power of love. His family is also impacted by his mysterious changes as they all go on a wonderfully enchanting and wildly funny journey together.


“Crisp, tough and menacingly funny – strongly recommend you see this play”
- They Sunday Times
“One of the best new plays of the year. Richly comic and deeply touching – don’t miss this outstanding and smashing show!”
- The Telegraph


Tickets available at www.jcity.org

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Posted on: 2019/11/5 15:04
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Re: New Tax Rate is Insane!
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Where? Can you provide a link?

Posted on: 2019/8/16 18:26
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Re: Possible Nor'Easter for us late Sunday through Monday
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Surprised that this thread is not more active. What should we
be expecting? When is high tide? MDM where are you?

Radar's are looking pretty scary? How is everyone's basements?

Posted on: 2017/10/29 19:36
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Re: What's going there?
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Does anyone know anything about the old GoldCoast fitness space - it was in the basement of the C.H. Martin store at 151 Newark Ave. It has a sign outside that says the lower AND upper level is for lease - but no one ever answers the email listed.

Posted on: 2014/7/31 13:24
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Re: 2013 Jersey City Pet Owner's Day Clinics **SAVE THE DATE**
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Glad you all are doing this - but it would be nice if you did not take up the entire side walk in front of City Hall. You are making it dangerous for people to walk in that area. Please pull the police barricade back - there will still be plenty of room for you. Thanks

Posted on: 2013/4/21 13:59
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Best Realtor to help rent out an apartment?
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Hi,
I know that some Realty Companies specialize in sales over rentals - anybody have any recommendations on who is really good at apartment rentals?

I have an apartment that I need to rent out - and usually I have had success on Craigslist - but this time I'm not getting much interest, which is weird because I keep hearing that the rental market is tight and I'm in a great location with a below market rent.

Any ideas on who I can use to help me find tenants?

Thanks

Posted on: 2012/6/6 14:20
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Re: Jersey City Mayor Healy arrested after Bradley Beach incident
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Wait a minute....
Is this the same Phillip Matsikoudis that is also defending Flood II?
He is on the payroll for the city and is the private attorney for the Mayor and Flood II?
This guy is a winner! He sure can pick his clients!

Posted on: 2008/2/13 14:19
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Re: Bolden Cunningham wins state senate seat
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McCann wasn't on Manzo's ticket...you idiot.

You're right. Depressingly ignorant. And when you think how many others there are...

Posted on: 2007/6/6 20:36
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Re: State Senate Race 31st District - Steven Fulop
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Get out there! No rain. Sunny skies.

The thought of city hall: all downtowners are yuppies, they dont vote, they aren't involved in politics or the community at all...therefore we can ignore them and their petty little complaints...like accountability, flooding, etc, etc.

Whatever you think of Fulop, he has come out and supported Manzo and the hope is that ward e will follow. This is the time to flex some political muscle. If you dont want to be ignored in the future...get out there!

Posted on: 2007/6/5 18:17
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Chase threatening to leave NY for NJ.
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NYC Says No to Extra Tax Breaks for Chase
NEW YORK -- J.P. Morgan Chase Bank is threatening to leave New York City if it doesn't receive bigger tax breaks to build a 50-story office tower at ground zero.
Officials close to the talks told the Associated Press the bank has offered the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey $300 million for rights to develop the skyscraper.
But the bank also wants tax incentives from the city and state and if it can't get them it will consider building in Connecticut and New Jersey.
New York City offered Goldman Sachs Company $1.6 billion dollars in tax exempt bonds and $100 million in tax incentives to build at ground zero. But that deal was offered two years ago when businesses were more wary about moving downtown. Since then, vacancy rates in the neighborhood have dropped to pre-September 11th levels.

1010 WINS Boroughs & 'Burbs Page: Manhattan


(TM & © 2007 CBS Radio Inc. and its relevant subsidiaries. CBS RADIO & EYE Logo TM & © 2007 CBS Broadcasting Inc. Used under license. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. The Associated Press contributed to this report. In the interest of timeliness, this story is fed directly from the newswire and may contain occasional typographical errors. )

Posted on: 2007/4/26 13:07
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Re: Political Insider Column -- Jersey Journal: The HCDO is sinking in a political maelstrom
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I'm sorry. I lost the part about who was working for the citizens. Where was that part?

Posted on: 2007/2/7 14:31
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Re: New ideas for eyesores - City moves to identify abandoned properties
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Someone should look at #4 Mercer St, near the corner of Marin Blvd. This thing is about to fall down. I think somebody tried to do a gut re-hab and then gave up.

It's looked abandoned for over 6 months....no work at all.

Posted on: 2007/2/7 14:09
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We Will Remember! Pay to play voted down
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Fulop's Pay to play first reading was voted down tonight. The vote was laughable...in fact many in the very large audience lauged quite a bit as councilman after councilman scraped the barrel to come up with excuses to vote nay. Even after Steve tried to explain away any possible excuses...they came up with new ones. Like: "I get all these requests for money from the community...this is how I am able to give money to these requests...from the developers." Not make any sense to you? Me either. I thought money going to campaigns needed to be for campaigns.


Thanks for trying Steve. I hope your packing heat while your up there in that council. That's what one should do when surrounded by criminals.

Posted on: 2007/1/25 0:15
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Re: COMING SOON: A Sea of Concrete
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Didnt Fulop come up with a plan to address the parking issue...about 6 months ago. And the council tabled it, I think because they just dont like him. I'm getting the feeling that anything Fulop comes up with...no matter how good...the council is going to ignore it because it came from him. And NOW Gaughan is saying...oh here's an idea I just thought of...we should address the parking problem. But of course he comes up with some lame stupid idea not nearly as good as Steve's. (Im not sure here, but I think Fulop's idea was to limit parking permits to the new tower residents who have spaces already in the building...)

And PLEASE tell me that Gauhan really didnt say the comment about the homo's with email...PLEASE. Somebody made that up...right?

Posted on: 2006/8/29 13:18
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Re: Fun with Abatements: Goldman Sachs
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Did anybody take notice of the article about Schundler confronting Healy on the mis-use of the West Side Waterfront for the proposed warehouse? Did you see Healy's response?

Forget what you think about Schundler OR this project...just focus for a second on what our mayor said in print.

Healy: Schundler did alot of talking in the meeting, he probably didnt hear what I said.

Ass.

You are the mayor of the second largest city in NJ. You talk like that to the media? You sound like a small minded, grudge holding little hick.
This is just as bad as his friend Troy who called Councilman Folup: "Stevie"

Come on people. Please just TRY to act like you know what you're doing. This isn't high school anymore.

Grow up. There are big issues on the table and some important decisions need to be made.

And somebody please tell the mayor to put on a long sleeve shirt. Please.

Posted on: 2006/8/4 13:21
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Re: solutions to basement flooding
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Ok. So I used to have flooding problem. As in 2 feet of water at least twice a year. Bad stuff. Mostly due to rainwater and sewer backup. I tried several different solutions and nothing. Then I found Rolando of Clear Flow Plumbing. He did some other work for me and I had him look into the flooding problem. It's like it became a mission for him...he had to figure out how to stop it. He did all this research on sump pumps...brands, horse power, configuration...it just felt like I had somebody on my side trying to actually figure out this thing. So he comes up with this configuration, using commercial grade sump pumps...4 in total. When it rains, it looks like geyser coming out the front of my house...but my basement is dry. Knock wood. All I can say is it works. And you can read the other reviews on him on kannect and other sites...the guy is gold. Take it for what its worth. It cost around $4500? Maybe a little more, I forget. But well worth the cost of not getting an ulcer everytime it rains.

Posted on: 2006/6/14 14:07
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Re: Civic JC - June e-Newsletter
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I just want to say: THANK GOD!

You have my support. Huge job...dragging them into the 21st century. And then to try to make them transparent? To function like a REAL city? Wow. Good luck. My hat's off to you for trying.

Really. Thanks. and good luck.

Posted on: 2006/6/14 13:56
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Re: Police Chief Robert Troy calling it quits - Healy expects the city's top cop to retire within weeks.
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Please tell me that is a joke...even Healy wouldnt appoint the parking authority guy, right? The guy who couldnt make money with a cash machine like the Parking Auth...in charge of the police???? Please no!

Posted on: 2006/6/14 13:50
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Re: Building Inspection?
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Thanks for the info. Yes, I am the owner, and was a bit ticked that we just got this sheet of paper taped to the door, without someone just ASKING...when is a good time for you? Or...here are some options...etc. It was just...hey, we are showing up at this time. Weird. Lets hope it's painless.

Posted on: 2006/4/14 15:23
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Building Inspection?
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Does anyone know about this? I came home yesterday to my building (4 fam...we live in one unit and rent out the other 3), and there was a sheet of paper posted to my door. Something to the effect: This building will be inspected by the state of NJ on April 20, at 1pm. Tenants, if you are unable to be here at that time, please leave your keys with the owner / building custodian.
WTF?
Yes, I know that buildings are up for inspections again. But there was no contact to me. No attempt to arrange a time with me...the building " custodian ". I work during the day. There was no warning, no nothing. Anybody else had this?

Posted on: 2006/4/12 13:28
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