This winter season is going to get a bit more fun in Hoboken with the new addition of an ice skating rink.
We have confirmed that a new ice skating rink will be created under the Viaduct on or around December 20 and will run until February 28, 2017. The rink and winter village will be open daily from 9:00am to 10:00pm. The rink will be going in the area just east of the new soccer pitch fields – right in front of the movie theater.
It’s been nearly ten months since Hoboken abandoned its well thought out plans for protected bike lanes on Washington street. Despite years of workshops, city staff and official meetings, public open houses and a final concept design – the city council ultimately changed the plan of the street at the 11th hour. In its place, Washington street will only have striped bike lanes south of 8th street, and sharrows to the north. Ignoring the many people and voices that gave their input on the final plan.
During the city council meeting, many of the people who voiced opposition said that they did not oppose protected bike lanes in Hoboken – just they did not want them on Washington street. Well it’s nearly a year later. And we want to know – where are Hoboken’s protected bike lanes?
Shopping lovers rejoice! We’re kicking off this weekend’s local events guide with the opening of the Bryant Park Winter Village. All these events (as always) are assessable via public transit. Enjoy!
History lovers rejoice! We’re kicking off this weekend’s local events guide with the a tour of the remnants of the old (and beautiful) Penn Station. All these events (as always) are assessable via public transit. Enjoy!Continue reading
While Hoboken is still recovering from the NJ Transit crash, there are still ways for each of us to help. The Red Cross is hosting a blood drive today – Wednesday, October 19, in honor of the NJ Transit Train Victims.
Food lovers rejoice! We’re kicking off this weekend’s local events guide with the Taste of the Seaport, on Saturday, October 15. All these events (as always) are assessable via public transit. Enjoy!
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