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Re: Jersey Citu Chinese food
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I like King szechuan in the heights. Don't know their delivery range though. :

http://www.kingszechuanjerseycity.com

Posted on: 7/22 15:40
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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Gojujang in JC anyone? Don't feel like making the trek to h mart. Do any of the Asian bodegas on break stock it?

Posted on: 7/3 17:23
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Re: Jersey City Drops Lawsuit Against the Friends of the Loews Jersey City Landmark Theatre
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Yeah - because I'm sure because they are both called "Loews" they have the exact same problem and need the exact same amount and type of work. Brilliant.


Exactly. The Brooklyn place had roof leaks for years and had s foot or so of sludge on the floor. It was virtually a gut-job. The JC Loews needs far less.

Posted on: 6/29 19:25
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Re: Will David Bowie mural grace side of Jersey City building?
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Gadzooks, enough with the murals already. Every f'ing building looks like a high school art project. That's not to say there aren't some decent murals, but whoever controls the selection process has the discriminating taste of a mom putting her kid's drawing on the fridge.

Can't some of the well-built buildings exist on the strength of their architecture?

Forget it Jake, it's Chinatown.

Posted on: 2016/5/7 8:51
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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Anyone know if they have gochujang and ssamjang at 555 Market on Tonnele or anywhere else in JC? I know I can go to H Mart in Fort Lee, But I don't want to.

Posted on: 2016/4/28 12:58
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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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So, in the Hudson Reporter story, Candice Osbourne says "We do not want public spaces used for commercial purposes". Sure, she was specifically referring to the Hoboken bikes but her comment juxtaposes quite nicely with the prospect of bringing the for profit promoter AEG in to put on concerts and such at the Loews. Just sayin.

Posted on: 2016/4/18 22:33
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Re: Question about hearing at Municipal Court
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Hearings start at 1pm, you'll meet with the prosecutor who will hear you out and might allow an extension. If you have a lawyer he almost definitely will. Judge comes in about 45 min later and when your case is called, the prosecutor will make his recommendation based on your conversation and if you are rescheduling the judge will provide a new date. Then again, your excuses seem flimsy. The money excuse is bs. The judge might bring up the potential cost of the injury lawsuit if someone had tripped. If you own, you have to find money some way to keep your place up regarding public safety. Regarding weather, if you were supposed to have this done by Jan, you were probably issued the summons in Dec. the weather has been 38 degrees plus more often than not since December and the ground only really froze for a couple of days.


Posted on: 2016/2/22 6:50
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Re: Real butcher
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My hunting pals go here:

http://njgamebutcher.com/

Not close though.

Posted on: 2015/12/14 15:27
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New Heights Dining Options
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Thought I'd make a list of some new options:

Ozu Foods(Japanese)
106 Hutton St
Jersey City, 07307

http://ozufoods.com/

Just opened-Some kinks to work out but food is very good. Pickup only for now. I had the teriyaki bento box which was good. we also had the ribs which were were great and reasonable($4 for 2-3 large ribs), as were the potato croquettes. The Japanese style hamburger is also very good and very reasonable though be forewarned it comes without a bun. Food took a while and they ran out of a few things, but I'm fairly confident they'll figure things out in the coming weeks.

Dark Side of the Moo
52 Bowers steet
Jersey City, 07307

http://www.themoofoodtruck.com/home.html

Just Opened-Haven't been yet but have eaten from the food truck which was good. They specialize in "exotic" meats but also have some more straight forward offerings

Patsey's
93 Franklin St
Jersey City, NJ 07307

http://patseysjc.com/

Opened over the summer. Great for breakfast-I've had solid breakfast sandwiches, very good omelets, and excellent coffee.-haven't had any of their lunch/dinner stuff yet which is typical italian-american stuff. I've heard the burger is good from two neighbors. Also a tad slow-I recommend calling ahead for takeout. They have a nice small, clean, well-kept eat in area as well.

Posted on: 2015/11/30 11:09
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Re: Indian females lack of assimilation
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Pajamas as street clothes running rampant and you choose saris as your big fashion don't? Oh, but the issue is assimilation. Gotcha. Melting pot be damned. Ban those kilt wearing, bagpipe playing firemen from parades and funerals. No imported meats at Italian delis either. Turkey and american on my kaiser roll, no wait, wonder bread. Pass me some freedom fries. I'll have a beer while I wait. Shoooot, beer's not american either? Make it meth then.

Posted on: 2015/9/30 11:10
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Re: Finally - a fish market
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Yeah, I have access to super-fresh quality tuna for $17/lb. Patagonian toothfish, aka chilean sea bass for $19/lb. These are premium species; cod is not. We shall see about his prices and quality. I hope he can be competitive.


Kudos to them for charging $17/lb for cod if that's accurate. That's a reasonable if not cheap price for fresh,responsibly sourced atlantic cod. The cod supply is f**ked in relation to historical levels. When you buy random supermarket cod for 8.99/lb, chances are you're supporting a part of the industry that would catch every last fish in the sea by any means necessary, current and future stocks and bycatch be damned. Atlantic cod is one of the most overfished species out there. Do yourselves and your children and their children a favor-eat sustainably sourced cod and other fish. Pay a little more. It costs more to bring fish to market when you target a specific species and consciously decide not to catch every last fish out there. Or learn what else is sustainable. There are plenty of reasonanly priced options. Eat previously frozen fish-pacific cod is sustainable and delicious. Or eat something else. I love fish , probably more than most(I'm no Troy McClure though), but I've sworn off delicious, delicious toro and many other species. The technology used to hunt these fish is just way too advanced, way beyond sporting, and it's got to slow down. Don't be an entitled, cheap, consumer. Do 2 minutes of research on what's sustainable and what it costs, open your mind to other species, consider frozen fish. I'm a fisherman by the way.

Posted on: 2015/9/17 23:30
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Re: Advice on fireplace
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MDM wrote:
The fireplace is shallow because it was designed to burn coal not wood. The fireplace would have a pan at the bottom that held the coal and then would have a metal door of sorts that would close up the front. The door would have an adjustable vent that you would have used to modulate the burn rate of the coal.


Not necessarily. If it has angled sides it could be a rumford fireplace which is shallow and angled by design for improved heat efficiency over the traditional deep square type.

Posted on: 2015/7/12 19:16
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Re: Petition to rejuvenate Pershing Field Playground
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The City was to receive bids yesterday on the renovation of the Pershing field Playground. I've seen the plans and it's a complete overhaul.

I have no idea how the bid went and if they plan to award.

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Posted on: 2015/7/10 12:25
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Re: Teddy
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I seem to remember he used to carry a bagged sandwich with him and part of his spiel was that you were welcome to the sandwich if you were in need of food. Anyone else remember this?

Posted on: 2015/1/16 15:46
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Re: Exterior Painter...
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My recommendation is to wait until spring.

Posted on: 2014/12/9 16:12
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Re: Helicopters over the Hudson
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Anybody know why there was a helicopter in one of the baseball fields at pershing last night?

Posted on: 2014/10/11 14:09
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Re: To JC Bikers Who Ride on Sidewalks...
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As a driver I can’t even guess how many close calls I have had with cyclists riding on the sidewalk who ride out into the crosswalk when I am making a turn. I am a relatively careful driver, but I am looking out for pedestrians crossing the street between 2 and 5 mph, not a bike that is travelling much faster. It is tough to see an approaching cyclist on the sidewalk behind parked cars, and the cyclist shoots out into the crosswalk in a split second. When I am on my bike, this is a non-issue because I ride in the f-ing street.

Posted on: 2014/5/15 13:44
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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Anybody know if any of the local shops make and sell fresh corn tortillas? I'm not looking for a restaurant, just some place that sells 'em for home use

Posted on: 2014/2/16 15:43
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Re: Fulop vs _______
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Mothra?

Posted on: 2014/2/13 10:50
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Re: Pictures of old JC
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Does anybody have any interior shots of the Canton Restaurant?

Posted on: 2014/1/16 20:51
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Re: FBI investigation shuts down Bleecker Street in Jersey City
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Apparently the number 28 elementry school is on lock down related to this situation. Anybody have any updates?

Posted on: 2013/11/14 10:59
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Re: New York Ave-Heights-Construction
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Can someone explain the purpose of the 100 steps project to me? When I first heard about it, I assumed it would connect a the heights to hoboken in a place where it wasn't already connected. The elevator at 9th Street-Congress Street accomplished that at one end of town. To me this new project will save about 2 minutes walking time by allowing people to go up stairs rather than a slightly longer hill-there is already a perfectly walkable road. I think we Heights residents would have been better served by a stairway by riverview park or Christ Hospital where there isn't already a convenient connection. I also doubt that older or disabled folks will be able to traverse 100 steps much more easily than the hill. Any insight? Am I missing something?

Posted on: 2013/9/2 11:08
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Re: Jersey City seeking to recruit minorities to join police ranks
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According to city officials the police department is 63 percent white, though Census figures show the city is only 34 percent white. Meanwhile, 25 percent of the department is Latino, 10 percent is black and 2 percent is Asian. Meanwhile, the city’s population is 28 percent Latino, 27 percent black and 25 percent


Surprised I'm the first to comment on this aspect, but the city needs to work on its math. At 34% white, 28% Latino, 27% black, and 25% Asian, they are accounting for 114% of the city's population without even covering all present ethnic groups. Just sayin'

Posted on: 2013/8/20 14:16
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Re: Swimming
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Anyone know why Pershing pool opens at noon on weekends? I assume it's booked for programs or swim teams or some other worthwhile reason, but don't know for sure. I sure do wish it opened earlier for general swimming though.

Posted on: 2013/8/13 19:55
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Re: installing washing machine in a pre-war apartment, feasible?
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Neighbors have a washing machine on their deck which drains into a gutter than dumps waste water onto the ground. Exactly how illegal is that?

Posted on: 2013/6/21 20:39
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New York Ave-Heights-Construction
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Does anyone know the story with the closure of the portion of New York Ave. that connects the Heights with Hoboken? I drove by the other day and it was closed off with temporary C.L. fencing. I assume/hope they are repairing the pavement, and I'd like to know who is performing the work and what the timeline is(Timeline, ha!). I also wonder what the general plan is.

This road has been one of the worst roads in town for years, and I'm glad to see it is getting some attention.

Any insight?

Posted on: 2013/4/11 8:04
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Re: Steven Fulop for Mayor - MAY 14, 2013 JERSEY CITY ELECTION
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I am a Ward D resident. I was having a problem in my neighborhood and was getting no response from the City and my councilman, Bill Gaughan was no help. I knew Steven Fulop had a strong record of tackling quality of life issues, so I copied him on my correspondence with the town despite the fact that as the Ward E councilman, he had no obligation to help me.

2 days later, I received a call from one of his aides who was putting pressure on the proper city departments to get my situation resolved. Now, the wheels are in motion and I have been assured by multiple city departments that my situation will be resolved.

I will be voting for Mr. Fulop for Mayor as he is willing to go the extra mile when his colleagues take the path of least resistance.

Posted on: 2013/3/25 13:11
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Re: Anyone in the Heights raising honey bees?
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Someone on Hancock raises bees on their roof. Last year I know they had a stand at the Fisk-Riverview Farmers Market with pies and such-not sure if their back this year.

Posted on: 2012/7/3 9:40
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Re: Landscape/paving contractor
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Does anyone know if there's a place that supplies sod in JC, or better yet, delivers it? Neither Hudson Farmers MArket on JFK nor the 14th Street Center have it, and both recommended Charlies in North Arlington, but they won't deliver to JC.

Posted on: 2011/7/13 10:49
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Re: New to Area: How to get from Central to Hoboken Path area?
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Biking is the way to go. I can do Franklin and Central to the Hoboken Path in 9 minutes if I'm in a hurry.

Posted on: 2011/6/14 16:09
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