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Re: Is Balance a good place for a men's haircut?
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Paul is my favorite hair stylists also. He is opening up a new salon on 7th and Erie named Salon X. I saw him outside there this weekend and he said he expects to be open in about 3 weeks. We peeked inside and everything looks great. Very stylish. I cant wait for him to open.

Posted on: 2008/4/1 12:05
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Re: where could I get a guitar strung?
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I 2nd Metropolis on Newark. The owners are great.

Posted on: 2008/1/3 0:26
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Re: Brick Haus Gym
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We went by last night and talked to one of the partners. He said that there pre-sale was going to end on Sunday. Right now it is still $99 to join and $69.00 a month with a one year commitment.

Posted on: 2007/8/29 11:52
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Re: Lincoln Park: Gun on boy 'robber' just a lighter: cops
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That is a great idea. Maybe it should have it's own thread so you can post updates. Just a suggestion.

Posted on: 2007/7/4 13:06
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Re: Tui Na Massage and Acupuncture
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I have always been a little skeptical of places like that because you never know if the person working on you has a massage therapist license or, for that matter, any formal education or training. Someone who does not know what they are doing could end up doing more harm than good. My understanding is that in New Jersey anyone can do massages without a license under the umbrella of practicing ?alternative medicine?. I have gone in and tried to ask if anyone there has a license and no one understands what I am asking. Maybe someone here can shed some light on what the rules and regs are as far as massages go.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 18:19
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Re: Downtown Jersey City Watch-Updates Thread
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The Bright and Jersey Ave group met at 7:00 and we visited until about 7:40. There were a few of us there. It was nice to meet the neighbors and we did not see anything out of the ordinary. Thanks Pam for organizing this.

Posted on: 2006/10/31 14:25
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Re: Post your Pimp Sightings Here
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I got quite a thrill last night while walking down Montgomery towards Grove. I was on my way to Ibby?s when the Pimp walked right past me. He was dressed in head to toe orange complete with walking stick and feather trim on his orange pimp hat. He even said ?Hey? to me.

Posted on: 2006/10/26 13:00
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Re: Whole Foods sought for Downtown
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I have to 2nd 4Baileys comment on Wine Library. If you ever find yourself out that way, it is well worth your time to stop in. They are very friendly, helpful, have a huge selection and some very good prices. Prices in their gourmet cheese section are not bad either. I stop by there whenever I am in the neighborhood.

Posted on: 2006/10/19 17:00
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Re: Jersey City set for 4th Navratri festival in Little India, over 10,000 expected (Sept29-30 Oct6-7)
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Don't need to. You did it for me.

Thanks!

Posted on: 2006/9/27 16:59
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Re: Jersey City set for 4th Navratri festival in Little India, over 10,000 expected (Sept29-30 Oct6-7)
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Does anyone know what time they are closing down Newark Ave on Friday night?

Posted on: 2006/9/27 16:42
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Re: New York Water Taxi to Raise Rates One-way Trip From Exchange Place Will Cost $9 Instead of $6
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Sounds to me like they are trying to go bankrupt. If they do that I wonder if that will get them out of there contract? I agree with NNJR when he says that ?I doubt ferrying a few employees during the day is causing such a loss?. I do always try to keep in mind that just about everything is about the money. The whole thing smells fishy to me.

Posted on: 2006/9/22 13:14
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Re: Zoning Board to Consider Building Housing on the Embankment
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One of my wishes for Jersey City is that they would devote more resources to parks and open space. However, looking at the embankment ? how would you build a park there and monitor what was going on inside it. From what I have seen of the embankments they are mostly above street level. How do you keep it a safe park and keep the thugletts from taking it over??? I am not pro-development but I was just wondering if anyone else had thought about this.

Posted on: 2006/9/20 19:20
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