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Re: Looking for reputable movers
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Daniel and Sons. We used them twice, they are great! Danny is a local guy, grew up in the Heights.

http://danielandsonsmoving.com/

Posted on: 2016/7/11 14:24
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Re: Downtown JC ObGyn
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My wife had both of our children at JCMC with Dr. Yousry. I often accompanied her to visits and I was amazed at the quality of care that he provides. He is a great Doctor. We only had a couple of interactions with his partner but she was good too. Because he is so good, he is super popular so it's true that wait times at his office are long.

Both of our pregnancies were pretty straight forward so I can't speak on the NICU and emergency situations as others have discussed. I will tell you that we were very happy with the set up at JCMC. New, clean and spacious rooms with beautiful views of Lady Liberty and the harbor. The nurses were fantastic to us.

Posted on: 2016/3/29 18:49
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Re: NY Times: Searching for the Best Bar Burgers in New Jersey
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What kind of toothless, drooling troglodyte refers to the Park Tavern as "New Park"?

Posted on: 2015/9/13 3:02
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Re: Maritime Parc vs. Liberty House
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Liberty House definitely has the better view. I think the food is better at Maritime Parc but the service is not good. Waiters tend to act too cool to rule at school.

Posted on: 2014/7/20 2:33
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Re: Sweet Asia
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I don't know where uptown is, this place is on the West Side. I went there before you.

When we went most everything on the menu wasn't available. They had recently opened, so perhaps they were ironing some things out. All they had was soup or fried rice. We got the fried rice and it was very very good. The people who own this spot might need some help with restaurant management or whatever but their cooking is phenomenal! Check it out.

Posted on: 2014/5/6 11:41
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Re: What is your favorite street in Jersey City?
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Tough call. For me it's probably Belmont Ave from JFK down to Lincoln Park.


Agreed.

Posted on: 2014/5/6 11:32
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Re: Jollibee in Queens, Max’s in Jersey City–but why not in mainstream Manhattan?
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Jollibee in Jersey City is open again. I think they closed for renovations because they got blasted by Sandy's storm surge.

Almost every store in that strip mall was closed for a time to clean up and renovate.

So the size is the same?


I haven't been in but from what I see through the windows it looks exactly the same as before closing for renovations.

Posted on: 2013/4/5 19:54
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Re: Jollibee in Queens, Max’s in Jersey City–but why not in mainstream Manhattan?
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Jollibee in Jersey City is open again. I think they closed for renovations because they got blasted by Sandy's storm surge.

Almost every store in that strip mall was closed for a time to clean up and renovate.

Posted on: 2013/4/5 19:41
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Re: Best pizza in JC????
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Elio's Bakery. I know you'll never find it. It's way down on Westside Avenue by Virgina.



Who will never find it? Don't get it twisted, bro. I went there before you.

You better check yourself.

Posted on: 2013/2/28 22:05
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Re: Embankment to become Vietnamese?
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Agreed. History sometimes haunts us in different ways, but in many ways it also enlightens and gives us perspective.

Peace. And Food! it's one of many ways to foster understanding between culture and countries.



WTF??!?! You guys can't have a rational, thoughtful discussion here! GTFO!

Posted on: 2013/2/25 17:37
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Re: Dan is still Dan
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So it seems that Fulop and Levin, both of whom have advocated for and won victories for good government in their careers, are also willing to align themselves with certain camps when it is politically expedient. Levin with Healy and Fulop with Connors and Valentin.

Furthermore, wouldn't it makes sense for Fulop to seek political support from Stack or Sacco as well? Neither of those guys are exactly the model of good government practices, but when you are looking to win elections these are the things one must do.

When do we start comparing Levin and Osbourne and their respective track records working on issues of concern for Jersey City?

Posted on: 2013/1/25 21:51
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Re: Two JC women robbed just hours apart near Light Rail station
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That Light Rail station/stop is scary. It's dark and there is virtually no foot traffic in the area. I always kept my wits about me over there, as it seemed like an ideal place for this kind of mayhem to happen.

I hope both women will be okay.

Posted on: 2013/1/23 18:38
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Re: Construction Adjacent Reservoir (Heights)
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Anyone know what's being built?


Hank, do you not read the Jersey Journal? They are building a school.

Posted on: 2013/1/22 19:12
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Re: Looking for Tennis Players
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Posted on: 2012/7/3 17:46
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Re: Looking for Tennis Players
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Just go to Lincoln Park any evening in the summer and call people out.

They'll rock you.

P.S. Where the eff is Hamilton Square Park?

Posted on: 2012/7/3 14:17
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Re: Teofilo Stevenson dead in Cuba
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REST IN PEACE PIROLO!

One of the greatest of all time!

"What is one million dollars compared to the love of eight million Cubans?" --Teofilo Stevenson

Also he and/or Savon would have won 4 Olympic gold medals if not for the '84 and '88 Cuban boycotts.

Posted on: 2012/6/12 21:09
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Re: Best way to get from Downtown JC to secaucus
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Where in Secaucus are you going?

Posted on: 2012/5/3 22:01
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Re: Tanty's Fish n Chips on Pacific
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Do they have doubles????


I already told you where the doubles are in the "What does Jersey City need in an new restaurant" thread.

I do not want to have to repeat myself.

Thank you.

Posted on: 2012/5/1 16:12
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Re: What does Downtown Jersey City need in a new restaurant?
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I would luv a Carribean place that made awesome doubles.


Not Downtown, but the bomb-ass doubles are here:

Taste of the Caribbean
800 Comunipaw Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07304

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mashas-and-ha ... the-caribbean-jersey-city

We need a good Pupusa place in Jersey City.
Or a creative breakfast place.

Posted on: 2012/4/26 18:09
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Re: EARTHQUAKE
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It's a city, what did you expect? If you don't like it, move to the suburbs.

Posted on: 2011/8/23 18:52
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Re: Embracing Jersey City's Waterfront
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It should be said that this thread title and many of the comments suggest that Jersey City only has one waterfront.

I think there are great possibilities for beautiful spaces on the Hackensack River/Newark Bay waterfront as well.

Posted on: 2011/4/26 15:56
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Re: Embracing Jersey City's Waterfront
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This is ONE of the reasons I always look sideways at politicians who point to the development of the Hudson riverfront as some huge success story. I think they left a lot of money on the table. Poor planning, no vision.

Also, so much of Newport is private, they just sold this amazing resource off. There are no libraries or public parks, there are private parks, private schools and private public spaces.

Posted on: 2011/4/25 20:20
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Re: Councilwoman Flood's "Most Wonderful Son" - Arrested Again
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Flood is a disgusting excuse for a human being and the uneducated morons in her district will never realize who they are voting for!


As the young ones would say in their online parlance, you just pwned yourself, sir.

Flood is an at-large member of the council!

Posted on: 2010/11/23 16:40
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Re: junkyard in jersey city?
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Rene's on Garfield Ave is great.

Right near the corner of Garfield and Carteret

Posted on: 2010/11/22 16:02
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City Needs to Enforce Developer's Agreements
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It is totally ridiculous, but we have to sign a petition to get the City Government to get a developer to do what they promised to do.

"In exchange for granting the zoning board variances that allowed The Cliffs apartments at 100 Paterson Avenue to be built, its developer, Brass Works Urban Renewal, LLC, agreed to build the "100 steps". The "100 steps" will connect Ogden Avenue to the base of Mountain Road, and make the pedestrian trip between the Heights and the Light Rail and Hoboken safer and easier.

A written developer's agreement was entered into between Brass Works and the City of Jersey City on August 11, 2005 and the zoning board resolution stipulated that the Steps are to be built at the "sole cost and expense" of the Developer. While the luxury rentals at The Cliffs are fully occupied, the promised benefit to the community has not been constructed."


More info and petition here:

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/100-steps---enforce-the-agreement

Posted on: 2010/7/12 17:49

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Re: Vegetarian food in JC?
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Nicole's on Jersey and Columbus is a West Indian/Caribbean/Guyanese restaurant. You can get lots of different vegetarian dishes.

I had lunch there today. Chickpeas with rice and peas with a side of calaloo. Calaloo is a vegetable common in the caribbean but they also had platanos, spinach, potatoes, cabbage, mac & cheese.

Just go in there and point out what you would like. It is family run and they will be happy to tell you what is vegetarian. Just put together a plate of what you want and enjoy.

The hot sauce here is incredible.

Posted on: 2010/6/29 18:12
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Dr. Epps Contract Extended
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How come there isn't a thread about this? I figured YOU PEOPLE would be all up in arms.

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

People, including our deputy mayor, claimed that the nationwide search for a superintendent was racially motivated.

http://www.jerseycityindependent.com/ ... t-and-more/#comment-57159

Posted on: 2010/6/29 13:15
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Re: Where do you get plants in this town?
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Hudson Farmer's Market
3437 Kennedy Blvd
Jersey City

440 Farms
Route 440 @ Clarke Ave.
Jersey City

14th Street Farmer's Market
793 Jersey Avenue
Jersey City

Posted on: 2010/6/22 2:47
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Re: Friends of Liberty State Park oppose Formula One Grand Prix in Jersey City
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Looking at this map it is clear that they wouldn't even be using existing roads, but actually building new ones which in no way would enhance one's ability to bicycle around the park.

Now seriously people, who are you gonna listen to about this?
Sam Pesin, who represents generations of caretakers for the land in question, OR a multinational corporation and its allies represented by the nameless charlatans on this website interested in the location solely for its marketing value?

I'll go with Sam Pesin all day baby.

Posted on: 2010/5/5 17:21
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Re: City To Conduct First Property Revaluation Since 1988
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Isn't this is why Developers demand abatements? They know that because the city is so poorly managed there will be huge fluctuations in tax rates. They want to be able to better predict their revenue. No one is going to invest massive amounts of money not knowing what one of their major costs (property taxes) will be in the future.

This is the same kind of thing multi-national corporations do when they set up shop in 'Free Trade Zones.' They decrease the risk of investing in a potentially unstable environment by signing agreements determining their tax rate long into the future...

Posted on: 2010/4/28 16:22
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