Historically a tad bit tacky and a little itchy, the ugly Christmas sweater has quickly become a holiday staple of the season over the past several years. Let’s be honest, this wholesome tradition that originated in the 1950s has evolved into an unironic fashion choice for many of us in the 2000s. From local boutiques to cool vintage… Continue reading Where to Buy an Ugly Christmas Sweater in Hoboken + Jersey City
The holiday season is a great time for friends and family from out of town to come visit the Hoboken and Jersey City area. With its proximity to New York City, there is an abundance of activities and holiday must-sees within a short distance — from seeing the Rockefeller Christmas tree to window shopping on Washington… Continue reading Where to Bring Visitors for the Holidays in the Hudson County Area
It’s that time of year again in Hoboken + Jersey City — Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is on the horizon, fall is well underway, and it’s already time to change the clocks. Daylight saving is ending this weekend at 2AM on Sunday, November 6th. While falling behind means it’s going to start getting darker much earlier… Continue reading Daylight Saving Ends Sunday: How to Spend the Extra Hour Locally
October is the best time to explore the supernatural or seek spiritual healing — it is spooky season, after all. Psychics and mediums across North Jersey offer readings, reiki (a Japanese form of energy healing), and other services to promote spiritual balance. We’ve created a list of spiritual leaders locally for anyone looking for guidance from a psychic… Continue reading North Jersey Psychics + Mediums to Visit During Spooky Season
Despite the disheartening and, if we’re being honest, just unfair placement of select New Jersey cities being last in a rating of zombie apocalypse preparedness, our state has a lot of zombie cred to boast about. From zombie enthusiasts that meet in the Pine Barrens to “zombie sightings” that turned out to be filming for a popular show,… Continue reading These New Jersey Zombie Events Are to Die For
One of the best things about fall is the seasonal excuse to enjoy activities typically designed for children but that we’ve all agreed are for all ages. Fall festivals, pumpkin carving, and stepping on crunchy leaves are some of those perennial delights. No fall season is complete without a hayride, and we’ve picked out where to find… Continue reading The Best Hayrides in North Jersey
It’s the unofficial end of summer as September settles in North Jersey, and the local happenings are transitioning into fall themes. This week’s local Hoboken + Jersey City events guide has everyone covered with fun things to do locally, like the Hoboken Italian Festival, the Bayonne Arts Festival, JC Fridays, and more. Click here for the list of… Continue reading 76 Things to Do in Hoboken + Jersey City | September 8-11
From fitness in the park to movies under the stars, Hoboken has no shortage of fun summer activities. Among these summer traditions is the Summer Streets program — and the City announced that it would be reinstating summer streets for this summer. This program aims to create a vehicle-free space on Sinatra Drive between 4th Street… Continue reading Hoboken Summer Streets 2022 Schedule
Some of the best rom-coms of the 2000s—especially the early 2000s—still sneak into pop culture today. Just last November, Ariana Grande wore Jennifer Garner’s 13 Going on 30 dress on the set of The Voice, and the third installment of Legally Blonde premieres later this year. Check out New Jersey’s favourite here.
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!