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Re: Folding chair rental?
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Rented white padded folding chairs from Content Party Rentals a few weeks back and I was very satisfied. They're located in East Rutherford - 201-623-0400.


Posted on: 2016/7/15 16:46
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Re: Former Gov. McGreevey to head Jersey City jobs commission
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Is it possible there are no ex-offenders from Jersey City qualified for this position? Is the agency required to post this job and interview qualified candidates before making a hiring decision?

"He was sent back to prison for parole violations for his initial crime"

Come on - This is hideous and insulting to us all and is not doing any justice to ex-offenders serious about getting back on track.

Posted on: 2014/2/12 20:19
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Re: Orthopedist in Hudson County?
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+1 for f Dr. Robin R Innella of Associated Orthopedics.
http://associatedorthopaedics.com/

I had surgery back in October to repair meniscus and all went well. The surgical center is on Rt 22 in Mountainside and it very nice.

Posted on: 2013/7/18 23:29
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Re: Former Gov. McGreevey to head Jersey City jobs commission
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Jersey City could do worse! McGreevey has been actively working to help rehabilitate prisoners and he seems to have found his true self. He's also very smart; great credentials.

My advice to Fulop, manage him well because his incredibly large ego might be more than you can handle.

Posted on: 2013/7/13 13:13
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Re: M.E. Casa Restaurant
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Went for lunch yesterday with a group of 8 and everyone was blown away. The food was delicious, the hospitality was gracious. I called before hand to let them know that we only had 45 minutes to eat and they said no problem. Our table was set when we arrived and they got us in and out but we never felt rushed.

I can't wait to go back for dinner!

Posted on: 2012/6/10 14:10
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Re: A place where things get done in JC -- bookmark this link
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I used this link for a tree limb that was hanging after the hurricane with no luck. My request was closed 2x stating that the work was completed.

I finally asked a police officer what to do and he advised me to call the Division of Parks and Forestry. The limb was promptly removed the same day that I called.

Posted on: 2011/10/26 15:25
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Re: Downtown: Having taken out huge second loan at height, couple now owes more than it's worth.
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While it irks me that they've treated home ownership and paying taxes with such abandon, I find that she's been very honest about past mistakes. The blog is a lesson in self discovery for Gabby and we're voyeurs looking into this train-wreck of a situation. Writing about the situation and coming clean to the world is saving Gabby and keeping her relevant in a situation that she doesn't have any control over.

I wish Gabby the best of luck!

Posted on: 2011/8/7 19:55
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Re: From "OX" to "BOX"
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Went last night with the husband and kids and we all enjoyed our meal. We had edamame, korean bbq, miso soup, chicken teriaki, chicken w/cashew and dessert. Service was good and the food was plentiful and fresh. We brought a bottle of wine and it was attended to immediately.

Posted on: 2011/5/11 15:34
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Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man Downtown this Morning
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I've seen a woman fitting her description w/son over in Greenville at Danforth Ave. They take the lightrail.

Posted on: 2011/2/11 21:36
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Re: Gov. Christie Forcing NJTransit Service Cuts, Fare Hikes
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you can submit comments to NJ Transit via their web site. All comments will be included in the public record and be reviewed by the NJ Transit Board of Directors.

The cutoff date is March 27th

Posted on: 2010/3/9 17:49
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Re: Gov. Christie Forcing NJTransit Service Cuts, Fare Hikes
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I'll be writing another letter to NJT requesting an end to the Bayonne Flyer - if they're cutting service this surely should be eliminated.

Posted on: 2010/3/9 16:26
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Re: Bomba y Plena Drum and Dance Classes?
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I posted the email I received from the Segunda Quimbamba Folkloric Center - the classes are at Cobra Fencing Club - 629 Grove Street From: Nanette Hernandez <nhernandez89@gmail.com> Subject: Bomba Dance/Drum '09 Classes Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2009, 7:36 PM Saludos! Attached is the flyer for Segunda Quimbamba Folkloric Center's Spring Bomba and Plena Workshops. On-site Registration open through April 17. If you would like to recieve a program registration form by mail please send me your address and I'll be glad to put some in the mail for you. Classes start Friday, March 27 - June 12, recital date to be determined after classes end. Program Costs: 8-10 classes either for drum or dance: $125 plus $5 registration fee; combined Drum and Dance: $220 plus $5 registration fee. Per Class Fee: $15. Adults and children over 8 years old welcome. For children under 8 please call the Center for more information. Your continued support of the work we do here at the Center for the live performance arts and preservation of traditional dance and drum forms is greatly appreciated. Please post and share this information with anyone you think may be interested and feel free to contact me with any questions. Que viva la musica y el baile! Segunda Quimbamba Folkloric Center, Inc. 279 Second Street Jersey City, NJ 07302 201-420-6332 myspace.com/segundaquimbamba

Posted on: 2009/3/24 16:49
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Re: Looking for thoughts and opinions on Princeton St and Winfield Ave.
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I've been here for 7 years. I find that the neighborhood is much the same every night of the week - little pedestrian traffic and not many cars driving by. Since the area does have a suburban feel too it - mostly 1 and 2 family homes with large backyards most people tend to stay either on their front porch or in the backyard when it gets warm outside.

The only park I go to anywhere in Jersey City is liberty state - it's the best park in the state - playground, bike paths, views. I drive my car to the park but if there was a decent sidewalk or bike path on the road leading to the park - I'd ride my bike and be there in 10 minutes.

It's true that there a few families that have all out parties in the summer and the music gets really loud but it's not a every week-end occurance.

Posted on: 2009/3/2 23:43
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Re: Looking for thoughts and opinions on Princeton St and Winfield Ave.
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It is a working class neighborhood. I've heard that that there is a monthly neighborhood meeting over at the charter highschool on Old Bergen & Greenville Ave. I'm not sure if it's still active, but there is a website with neighborhood info www.garfield-danforth.com

Before I purchased my house - I made sure that I visited the neighborhood on both a Friday and Saturday night to see what was going on. I wanted to make sure that I felt safe going to my car and I do.

Posted on: 2009/3/2 17:46
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Re: Looking for thoughts and opinions on Princeton St and Winfield Ave.
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I own a home on Pearsall Ave & Princeton and we consider it to be a pretty safe neighborhood. The best thing about this neighborhood is that it is a quiet place to live and we have nice neighbors.

Posted on: 2009/3/2 15:15
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Re: Smoldering Fire?
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I passed by on the light rail at around the same time and I saw them mulching and the pile was smoldering.

Posted on: 2009/2/2 14:31
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Re: Custard Cake at Neptune Bakery
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Good call on the Neptune Bakery - i also enjoy the buttered rolls and the coffee

Posted on: 2008/12/15 1:22
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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I hate adding salt to our wounds but I just got my email requesting a Jersey City location returned to me. I had sent this about 1 year ago!


Your message

To: Newstore.Requests@wholefoods.com
Subject:

was deleted without being read on 7/16/2008 7:39 AM.

Posted on: 2008/7/16 15:02
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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I was almost knocked unconscious on my ride in this morning by some woman who was overloaded with her bags and couldn't figure out how to hold all these bags, read a magazine and brace herself while the train did a high-speed side sweep in the tunnel. She either wasn't holding on or she lost her grip and her head smacked right into mine. Ouch!!

I tell my kids - who have excellent balance - to hold on tight in fear they might turn into a human cannon ball - I wish the adults would do the same.

Posted on: 2008/7/10 13:41
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Re: Toll Brother's Travesty in the PAD
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As a Ward A voter, I will not vote for Michael Sottolano nor anyone he supports based on this vote. I for one believe that many people all over JC are concerned about what happens in downtown. To me a downtown should resemble the community of people who live in Jersey City. The plan that the council has approved it going to further isolate downtown further from the rest of JC.

I foresee that downtown will turn into a replica of river road in Edgewater. Which in my opinion is a complete catastrophe that I avoid at all costs. Big whoops -- now JC may finally get a whole foods!

Posted on: 2008/4/11 14:40
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Re: John's Pizza
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Went to John's the other night with the kids and another couple. We enjoyed our meal. We orded two pizza's with toppings and couple salads. We agreed we'd go back, but next time we'll skip the $14 martinis.

Posted on: 2008/4/7 14:36
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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Yes, we should all submit suggestions/complaints to the PA. I'm just submitted mine. Thanks.

Posted on: 2008/3/14 13:49
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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Really though is there a solution? Is it possible to run the 33rd & WTC on separate tracks during rush hour?

Now that everyone has to crowd down the one staircase it's more apparent how unconsiderate some of the riders are. There's a guy that stands at the bottom of the staircase at Grove - right next to the pillar - with his briefcase on the floor - Everyone has to squeeze by him as he stands there reading his paper.

Posted on: 2008/3/14 12:46
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Re: This is funny, I know it sounds like spam, but I just bought $8 Rx eye glasses!
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Hi GrovePath,

I was wondering how your new eyeglasses turned out. Please give an update.

Posted on: 2008/3/9 2:47
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Re: This is funny, I know it sounds like spam, but I just bought $8 Rx eye glasses!
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If you want to read more about other low cost alternativies check out this blog. http://glassyeyes.blogspot.com/

The important thing to know before picking out a frame is the size you'll need. The size is printed inside your frames.

About a month ago I bought two pairs from www.39glasses.com with polycarbonate lenses and the glasses are excellent. I didnt' even need to get them adjusted.

Posted on: 2008/2/18 20:01
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Re: Buon Appetito - new restaurant on Grove Street
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This is the best deli in Bayonne and the lines do get long. They have great sauce and the cold cuts are delicious. The Bayonne location is exceptionally clean and the staff is fast and courteous.

Good luck Buon Appetito!

Posted on: 2008/2/15 15:18
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Re: Christ Hospital???
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I delivered my 2nd child at Christ Hospital. This was about 5 years ago and I had no problem at all. I had one nurse attending to me while I was laboring and she was wonderful. My doctor had requested I receive a private room after the delivery and that's what I got. The hospital was very clean, modern and my room was very sunny.

The only thing worth noting - and this may not be the case anymore - but the labor and delivery rooms are two separate rooms.

Posted on: 2008/2/5 19:12
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Re: Skinner's Loft... delish!
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Quote:

rob3_nj wrote:
I was afraid that I would never be able to make this post but I had the best lunch I have had at Skinner's Loft yesterday. After a shaky start Maggie and her crew have done it. I am happy that after all the hard work, she was able to more than pull it together.

Keep up the good work.


I had dinner at Skinner's Loft last week with my husband and children and we loved it. The food was very good and the atmosphere was family friendly.

Can't wait to go back.

Posted on: 2007/12/20 23:56
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Re: dermatologist
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Quote:

sassyjennie wrote:
I would recommend Dr. Dina M. Began. I've been to her and feel she's very nice and professional.

She's got an office in Hoboken but I think she is in Jersey City one day a week across from the Staples/Modell's.

Call the Hoboken number to find out:
Telephone - (201) 795-0021


I also recommend Dr. Dina Began. She has a nice new office in Hoboken on Madison & 2nd but is no longer practicing in Jersey City.

Posted on: 2007/8/22 15:36
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Re: Sawadee Thai Restaurant
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I went last night with my family and we all loved it. The menu offers something for everyone and the food is very fresh, plentiful and well prepared. I had the mango & avacado salad and it was awesome.

Posted on: 2007/8/10 14:43
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