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Need a lighting technician for local production
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I need a lighting technician for a production going up in December. They are harder to find than I thought.

If you or someone you know is knowledgeable, please send them my way ASAP.

The play is A LEGEND OF COMMUNIPAW, and it's going to be amazing!

Call or email the Director:
Trish Szymanski
917-536-2682
TrishSzymanski@gmail.com

Posted on: 2013/11/4 16:05
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Re: Smoking in bars and restaurants
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OK. I thought it went without saying but maybe not:

Establishments that are officially smoking establishments have a permit from the city that allows smoking at them. If you're interested enough, you can ask the establishment to produce the permit and then you know. It's not grandfathered, it's just a normal part of doing business for some businesses, like Sky Tobacco on Grove Street and any of the many hookah bars around JC.

Now, some may NOT have gotten their permits correctly. But again, it's easy to find that out.

(Waiting to see how long this thread can continue. Maybe we can repeat this self-evident string of sentences a few times more for those growing numbers who, it seems, can't follow a train of thought anymore. And I'm not just talking about this thread or this list

Posted on: 2011/12/11 16:46
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Re: Smoking in bars and restaurants
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omg, smoking is not allowed in public establishments EXCEPT FOR SMOKING ESTABLISHMENTS! Do you know how many hookah bars there are in Jersey City?!

I am not sure why you would go to a place that advertises smoking as a menu item of the business and then complain that there is smoke, but if you MUST, ask them for their permit and be done with it.

(Aside: It is very odd to see someone online just musing about something you can solve for real in a minute. Life can't be that boring.)

Posted on: 2011/12/11 14:30
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Re: NY African Diaspora International Film Festival returns to Jersey City with new host and venue
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TODAY:
African Leaders Program

3pm Franz Fanon: His Life, His Struggle, His Work
Martinique/France/Algeria/Tunisia, 2001, 52 minutes
Documentary (French, with English Subtitles)
.and.
Amilcar Cabral

5pm Aleijadinho: Passion, Glory and Torment
Brazil, 2001, 100 minutes
Drama (Portuguese with English subtitles)

DVD Launch Today
NEW 2-DVD SET DEPICTS THE LIFE OF BRAZILIAN SCULPTOR ANT?NIO FRANCISCO LISBOA (ALEIJADINHO)
AND TAKES A CRITICAL LOOK AT BRAZILIAN SOAP OPERAS
With Reception

Posted on: 2011/1/16 16:08
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Re: NY African Diaspora International Film Festival returns to Jersey City with new host and venue
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Sean Sawyer, Director of White Boy Brown, was interviewed last night by Nick Ciavatta. Check it out:

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

Three films today. Come on over.

More information at the NY African Diaspora International Film Festival website.

Posted on: 2011/1/15 18:02
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Re: NY African Diaspora International Film Festival returns to Jersey City with new host and venue
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Parking, yes. In the St. Dominick's lot at Duncan and Kennedy.
See you there.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 21:00
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NY African Diaspora International Film Festival returns to Jersey City with new host and venue
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For 18 years the NY African Diaspora International Film Festival has been showing the best of films relating to the global reach of the African emigrant experience. This is the 7th annual NYADIFF in Jersey City, and Uptown Crewis proud to collaborate to present this program in the heart of Jersey City.

This coming Friday through Sunday, January 14-16.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
38 Duncan Avenue
between Bergen Avenue and JFK Boulevard

Opening Reception, Friday, January 14
Director Q&As
DVD Launch
Flexible pricing

Click here for map.

THE CREW IS YOU.

Posted on: 2011/1/10 18:23
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Re: 131 Kensington
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Quote:

dimond1117 wrote:
Hi All -
Can anyone tell me what the neighborhood is like? I've heard not so good reports on the lincoln park area as a whole but was just curious if anyone had anymore info??
We are going to look at an condo in this building next week. Amazing condo for very cheap so it leads me to wonder -
is it the neighborhood?
the building?? etc...

Any info appreciated.
Thanks!!

It's not a bad area. Block by block is the best way to check. Walk around West Side Avenue, Bergen Avenue.

I will disagree vehemently with Heights' position that only the Heights and Downtown JC are worthwhile places to live, buy, go, etc. And I am not alone. There is movement, and even a movement , comprised of people who live EVERYWHERE in Jersey City, including the Heights and Downtown, who are done with that. Here's my contribution:http://www.UptownCrew.net We're a nonprofit and part of the change that Jersey City is so ready for.

Posted on: 2010/12/18 7:29
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Re: Uptown Crew kicks off new jazz series with concert on Duncan Avenue
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This concert is the day after tomorrow.

Eldad Tarmu is a world-renowned vibraphonist and composer, whose globally influenced works bring a fresh sound to classical contemporary jazz.

Posted on: 2010/12/16 22:26
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Uptown Crew kicks off new jazz series with concert on Duncan Avenue
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Uptown Crew announces its UC Jazz Series:

This Saturday, December 18

in Concert

The
ELDAD TARMU JAZZ ENSEMBLE

- Eldad Tarmu, vibraphone (www.EldadTarmu.com)
- John Lenis, base (www.Facebook.com/John.Lenis1)
- Rob Garcia, drums (www.RobGarcia.com)
- Michael B. Shane, bass clarinet (www.MichaelBShane.com)

In the historic, vaulted main space of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
38 Duncan Avenue
(between Bergen Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard)

$15 tickets, $25 for two, $9 for students (with student ID)

7pm

MAP and Directions

Find Uptown Crew on Facebook.

THE CREW IS YOU.

Posted on: 2010/12/15 19:41
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Re: HELP: Need to attend musical performance by next weekend
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Tomorrow, 2-6pm.
JC Opens Up the Mic Tour 2010 FINALE
@ Art House Productions, 1 McWilliams Street. This is on Hamilton Park West at 8th Street in Downtown Jersey City.
Plenty of musical performances, including two features by the band Bern and the Brights and Bryan Scott.

Posted on: 2010/11/21 2:25
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Re: Jersey City High Schools Failing
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Parents and Community United for Education (PCUE) is a grassroots education advocacy group that works to hold the JC Board of Education accountable and improve our students school experience and chances to move on to higher education.

You can join them:

http://seocnj.org/chapters/pcue.html

Posted on: 2010/11/16 20:44
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Re: Jersey City Art Fair at The Beacon
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Quote:

eckster wrote:
Did anyone go?

This was a very poorly publicized event.

Thousands of people went.
There could always be more publicity, but if you want to see art in Jersey City, its not hard.

Posted on: 2010/10/4 19:40
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Re: Jersey City Art Fair at The Beacon
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Uptown Crew presents "My Ancestors Were Beautify," an exhibit of paintings by African American UPtown artist Joe Gilmore. Inspired by the artist's January 2010 trip to West Africa, this moving body of work shows Gilmore's ancestors as dignified and decked out, simply beautiful, such as they were likely never seen during their lives.

Gallery Hours: Saturday and Sunday, October 2 and 3, 12noon to 6pm

SATURDAY NIGHT - Don't miss the Dancing-On-the-Head-of-a-Pin PARTY with DJ Neva. Refreshments to be hand.

Don't miss it.

Cheers to the arts in ALL THE NEIGHBORHOODS of Jersey City.

Posted on: 2010/10/2 3:41
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Re: Bookclub forming to discuss literary fiction -- looking for members
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Your group might be interested in Uptown Crew's Dramatic Reading Series.
We focus on 19th century American writers. At our events, professional actors read works aloud.

The next one is on Saturday, October 30, and will highlight works by Edgar Allen Poe.
Our musical guest is Darren Deicide. Light refreshments will be served.

$5 admission.

www.UptownCrew.net
Click on the Uptown Jams tab.

Posted on: 2010/8/20 15:53
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Liberty Humane Society offering DOUBLE DUTY DISCOUNT ADOPTIONS this weekend
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Today and tomorrow, August 14 and 15, 12noon-6pm.

Our Adoption Fees are SLASHED this weekend:

Adopt ONE DOG, any breed, any age, $100.
This is a $75 savings.

Adopt TWO Companion PITBULLS for the same $100!!

Adopt ONE CAT, any breed, any age, $70.
This is a $50 savings.

Adopt TWO CATS for the price of one, the same $70 for two cats!!

Each adopter receives a coupon for 50% off of our Wellness Services for 6 months.

LIBERTY HUMANE SOCIETY is located at 235 Jersey City Boulevard in Liberty State Park near the LSP Light Rail Station and the Liberty Science Center.

Liberty Humane Society
201.547.4147

ADOPT . VOLUNTEER . DONATE

Thank you!

Posted on: 2010/8/14 16:49
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Re: The Entire Board of Liberty Humane Society Just Resigned...
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According to the website, the next Volunteer Orientation is next Thursday evening, and it's on schedule.

Posted on: 2010/7/17 6:49
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Re: Folding bicycles on PATH
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Quote:

Blumpkin wrote:
the path's bike rules need to be readjusted. it should only be for the manhattan bound am rush, and jersey bound pm rush. the jersey bound am, and manhattan bound pm rush are completely empty.

Yes! You'd think that would be obvious, but somehow the utter logic of this has escaped PATH.

Posted on: 2010/7/7 2:06
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Re: Tommy Two Scoops - New cafe on York
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Nice people, good food.
They're on Facebook and Twitter too.

Posted on: 2010/7/6 3:22
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Re: Glass Shop?
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Bob's Glass on Communipaw between Kennedy and West Side.

Posted on: 2010/7/3 2:29
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Re: Is Jewett Ave safe?? pls help
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GVC, can you email me the details on that 1 bedroom if it's still available?

Posted on: 2010/7/2 4:49
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Re: JC-Hopkins Ave or Fairmount
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Not familiar with the Hopkins block specifically.

I live on Fairmount since 2005, one block from you, on the two-way block on the other side of Bergen. Your building is in a good location for a variety of reasons, including Lucky Fruit and Veg farm on the corner, Lee Sims Chocolates, Raphs Plaza, Imago Salon, Davinci Italian, Pho Bin Vietnamese, Ghabour Middle Eastern grocery, Pasha Middle Eastern cuisine, Guerroro (fresca!) Mexican on Jordan, the long-time residents and the new ones, bus #99S to Port Authority stops around the corner from you on Kennedy Blvd, many historical sites. And I'm leaving stuff out, please don't kill me, y'all.

I LOVE my neighborhood. There are lots of great people in this area.

www.UptownCrew.net

Posted on: 2010/6/29 19:55
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Re: McGinley Square Pub - Purchased?
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Ooh, you've got my hopes up.

Posted on: 2010/6/28 16:13
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Re: Is Jewett Ave safe?? pls help
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Keep looking. I'm on Fairmount between Bergen andMonticello. With the razor wire parking lots across the street, it looks rough, but my block is within the McGinley Square SID, it's lit up like a ballfield 24/7 and there is really never any trouble on this block.

You have to check block by block.

Belmont, Emory, all nice. Rents go up north of Montgomery but you can still find deals there too. FYI, I will have a share available on September 1 in a large duplex. PM me if you want more info.

As long as you're uptown, you might as well join the Uptown Crew Facebook group. Connect with other locals, get some uptown entertainment, and you can post what you're looking for.

www.UptownCrew.net
THE CREW IS YOU.

Posted on: 2010/6/25 19:37
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Re: WNYC wants to know why you live in Jersey City - Get on their map!
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Moved to downtown JC in 1997, got priced out and in 2005 moved Uptown.

www.UptownCrew.net

You can hear me talking about it on the Brian Lehrer show audio archive.

Posted on: 2010/6/24 3:16
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Re: Macaroni Kid comes to Jersey City!
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Posted on: 2010/5/31 17:56
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Re: Survey about a Jersey City bakery concept!
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Quote:

paulushooker wrote:
That's great. I also think that there is a shortage of bakeries that can do birthday, wedding cakes. I always have to go to Carlo's bakery in Hoboken to get something decent. Best wishes.

Made with Love Organic on Jersey Avenue makes beautiful and delicious birthday cakes. Give them a try sometime.

Posted on: 2010/5/18 16:25
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Re: Square vision plan is introduced, 8-0 -- Unanimotous ve for Square vision plan
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I don't see Zone 7 on any of those maps, the southern boundary of which is several blocks north of Montgomery/The Beacon.

Posted on: 2010/5/10 4:52
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Re: New Kansas City style BBQ restaurant. opening tonight!!
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omg, i can't wait!!

Posted on: 2010/5/8 2:22
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Re: Fulop/McCann and On a Document That Disappeared, Then Reappeared
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stepanstas wrote:
Agreeing with JerseyCityPower on one point. He really hasn't done anything. Is he the best on the council? Yes. Is he the best we can have? No. I'm still sticking with Levin for Mayor and if Fulop was a team player, he would back him up.

With that said, lets focus not on the validity of what was said in the report, but how Fulop reacted. Threatening to sue media because they published a document? That alone makes me question if it were valid.

And lets not get so upset at McCann. Whether you like Fulop or not, he is an elected official. And whether good your not, they have to be confronted to keep them on their feet. All McCann did was present a police report from some years ago. A report that I guess nobody else confronted Fulop about.

I don't see any post from a "JerseyCityPower". Did the Webmaster delete that post? Why is one poster redacted and not another? Webmaster, I would like to see you add a post in the relevant thread when you delete a post and say why.

Posted on: 2010/4/25 15:51
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