The Best Tea Shops in Northern NJ

This is the type of tea we don’t mind spilling, after all, there are plenty of great tea shops worth a visit in North Jersey writes Jean Lee for Hoboken Girl. From traditional afternoon tea to herbal tea remedies, these locations are sure to serve up delicious options for customers. Hoboken Girl rounded up all the best places… Continue reading The Best Tea Shops in Northern NJ

New Jersey’s Full Ban on Single-Use Bags Starts May 4th

Continuing its efforts to ban single-use plastics and other environmentally-harmful products, New Jersey’s latest measures on plastic come into effect on May 4th, 2022 reports Hoboken Girl. New Jersey law will prohibit all stores from selling to or providing customers with single-use plastic carryout bags and instead may provide or sell only reusable carryout bags. Also going… Continue reading New Jersey’s Full Ban on Single-Use Bags Starts May 4th

Volunteering Opportunities in Hoboken + Jersey City | Spring 2022

It is time to spring forward into helping the community. The most popular time of the year for walks, runs, and outdoor fundraisers have finally arrived, and Hudson County is ready to give back reports Hoboken Girl. They’ve rounded up a variety of volunteer and community events this Spring in Hoboken and Jersey City. Click here… Continue reading Volunteering Opportunities in Hoboken + Jersey City | Spring 2022

A Guide to Hoboken Bars with Theme Nights, Games, + More

The weather is warming up and many are returning to their offices, so Hoboken bar owners are ready to once again attract the regular after-work and weekend crowds in full force reports Hoboken Girl. What better way to fill venues and welcome back regulars than by hosting themed nights and friendly competitions, with exciting prizes and drink… Continue reading A Guide to Hoboken Bars with Theme Nights, Games, + More

A List of Women-Owned Hoboken + Jersey City Businesses

There’s nothing we love more than women supporting women. In Hudson County, we’re lucky enough to have a slew of women-owned businesses (including co-owned businesses) to support and show some love to on a daily basis. Hoboken Girl has rounded up a [partial, always growing!] list of women-owned local businesses to celebrate and visit year-round. Check out… Continue reading A List of Women-Owned Hoboken + Jersey City Businesses

Hoboken’s Newest Coworking Space is Now Open Uptown

The traditional workday and workplace have transformed into something new and flexible. Instead of working from your couch, “closet office,” or a kitchen table, Hoboken’s newest coworking space Daybase, located at 1450 Washington Street, makes it possible to expand the definition of working from home without actually sacrificing space reports Hoboken Girl. For details click here.

62 Things to Do in Hoboken + Jersey City This Weekend | Feb 3rd-6th

Although six more weeks of winter have been predicted reports Hoboken Girl, you can. stay warm with some of these events in Hudson County and beyond on this first weekend of February. This week’s local Hoboken + Jersey City events guide has readers covered with an open house event, trivia nights, kid-friendly events and more. Full guide!

PLAYDAY: The New Hoboken Art Space for Children

Creative young minds in Hudson County can make the most of the winter months by trying an art class at PLAYDAY, located at 99 Park Avenue in Hoboken reports Hoboken Girl. From art classes to after school programs to camps, the professional art staff at PLAYDAY help children explore art and build their confidence through cartooning,… Continue reading PLAYDAY: The New Hoboken Art Space for Children

North Jersey Animal Rescues to Find Your New BFF

We are so fortunate in New Jersey to be full of dedicated, wonderful rescues who save the lives of local dogs and cats reports Hoboken Girl. When adopting your next pet, it’s important to do so from a reputable rescue. There are so many animals in need right here in our area and the rescues below make… Continue reading North Jersey Animal Rescues to Find Your New BFF

3 Ways Drinking Establishments Contribute to Their Communities

By Alice Robertson Think about the last time you heard an ad on the radio for a local drinking establishment like Steel Wheel Tavern or Five 13 Liquor Lounge. Chances are, it wasn’t advertising a special brew or a new happy hour theme. Most of the time, when we hear about a drinking establishment, it’s… Continue reading 3 Ways Drinking Establishments Contribute to Their Communities