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

Popular Tea Shop ‘The Whale Tea’ Coming to Hoboken

Hoboken will be home to another bubble tea spot. This one, however, has locations in New York and Connecticut as well as outposts abroad — mainly in China. The Whale Tea will open its first New Jersey location at 303 First Street next to Sub Master and The Cookie Connect reports Hoboken Girl. For more details Click… Continue reading Popular Tea Shop ‘The Whale Tea’ Coming to Hoboken

We Wish You a ’90s Christmas

With Christmas being just a few weeks away, it’s time for Christmas music, eggnog and, of course, watching classic holiday films. This made the CenturyLinkQuote team wonder, which ‘90s Christmas movies are New Jerseyans watching to get into the holiday spirit?  We combed through search volume data and found that New Jersey residents can’t stop googling Home Alone this holiday… Continue reading We Wish You a ’90s Christmas

Gourmet Pizzeria And Several Other Restaurants Opening In Hoboken

From a gourmet "pizza lab" to three other restaurants to two co-work spaces, the time appears to be now to open a storefront in Hoboken, reports Patch. With vaccinations up and COVID numbers slowing, people are getting back to business. Restaurants long in the works, like Myron Mixon's Barbecue and the Cookie Connection, have opened… Continue reading Gourmet Pizzeria And Several Other Restaurants Opening In Hoboken

Major development headed to North Hudson Park area in North Bergen

Have you heard the news?! The area around North Hudson Park in North Bergen, perhaps the last holdout of relatively undeveloped space in Hudson County, is not destined to stay that way for long. Multiple projects are in the pipeline that could add new apartments and new residents, both on the eastern side of park… Continue reading Major development headed to North Hudson Park area in North Bergen

New stations to better bridges, projects to improve NJ TRANSIT’s system

Photo by Elena Saharova on Pexels.com Since 2018, the NJ TRANSIT has advanced more than $4 billion in projects that are either underway or about to happen. Construction has begun on a new Elizabeth Station where $70 million is going toward new buildings, restoration of the pedestrian tunnel, and rebuilding high-level platforms. According to northjersey.com, "The… Continue reading New stations to better bridges, projects to improve NJ TRANSIT’s system

New Jersey’s places to see fall foliage

Photo by Pok Rie on Pexels.com Fall is here and the foliage is approaching. Here is a list of places where you can see foliage around Jersey. Delaware Water Gap High Point State Park Hardscrabble, Jockey Hollow and the Cross Estate Lake Hopatcong Lambertville Stokes State Forest Bass River State ForestBelleplain State Forest Wharton State Forest  To read more read this full… Continue reading New Jersey’s places to see fall foliage