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!
Hoboken’s own craft beer maker – 902 Brewing Co., is set to open a tap room in Hoboken, as reported by hMAG.
What are “tap rooms”, you ask? Well, typically tap rooms allow a microbrewery to serve its beer directly to consumers (versus selling it in a liquor store or a bar). And they are a recent creation in New Jersey.
Photo Attribution: NYPL
Reading lovers rejoice! We’re kicking off our local events guide with the reopening of the Rose Reading Room at the NY Public Library that has been under extensive renovation for the past two years. All these events (as always) are assessable via public transit. Enjoy!
The Hoboken Historical Museum announced that tickets are now available for one of Hoboken’s most popular fall events, the Annual Hoboken House Tour, on Sunday, Oct. 30, from 10 am – 4 pm. This year’s tour will feature about 9 private residences—including Victorian brownstones and brand-new condos, as well as converted factories and churches—plus a few bonus historic sites, graciously opened to visitors by Museum supporters to help raise funds.
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