2nd Annual Harvest Fest at Hudson Dance & Movement

DANCE * MUSIC * FOOD * PRIZES Sunday, November 15th 11 am – 3 pm DANCING A Day of Free Dance Classes FOOD Enjoy tasty Treats! PRIZES Enter to Win Great Prizes! ARTS Arts & Crafts Table Open ALL Day! SPECIAL GUEST POLKA DOT! Free Admission For more information, please

HUMC’s New Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine

Hoboken University Medical Center marked the official opening for the new and expanded Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine last Thursday, October 29. Offering the best in specialized prenatal care for routine or complicated pregnancies, the Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine boasts the latest in diagnostic testing, including Hudson County’s first

Scary Stories on the Waterfront, Saturday, Oct. 31

Get Spooked! Join the Museum and Hoboken’s The Theater Company for “Scary Stories on the Waterfront” at Sybil’s Cave on Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31. Producing Artistic Director David Zimmerman promises dramatic candlelit readings of classic ghost stories from different cities, including stories related to Sybil’s cave itself. The cave is

A Christmas Carol Train Tour (free)

October 30-November 1 Friday 9am-7pm Sat: 9am-6pm Sunday 9am-4pm Grand Central Terminal Walt Disney Studios will take tot he rails for a once-in-a-lifetime experience where guests can get a behind-the-scenes look at the magic, the spectacle, and the cutting edge technology of Disney’s “A Christmas Carol” starring Jim Carrey and

LOVE living in Hoboken?

Then do your part to make it better. As part of a community policing initiative, the Hoboken Police Department is seeking input on quality of life concerns. Please print out the attached survey, fill it out and either mail it to or drop it off at: Hoboken Police Department Community

Community Meeting to Discuss Theater Parking

Today, Zimmer and 5th Ward Councilman Peter Cunningham announced a community meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the 1200 Grand Community Room to discuss the parking concerns. Hoboken Transportation and Parking Utility Director Ian Sacs will be on hand to discuss the administration’s proposal and solicit feedback