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Greening Public Housing Buildings

November 28th, 2017 by Gabe Bailer – NJ URbanthinker When I lived in Jersey City, after a long day in the office my route home took me to Newark Avenue,…

City Councilman Unearths Magical Zoning Amulet

The Onion Magazine From 2005 ROCHESTER, NY—After years spent poring over mysterious and arcane plat sheets and deciphering long-forgotten building codes, city councilmember Mike LaMere unearthed the mysterious City Zoning…

The Piano Keys of Cranford

The Piano Keys of Cranford  – Let’s Tickle the Ivories This Sumer By Gabe Bailer – NJ Urbanthinker March 6th, 2016 My past articles have focused a lot on the great…

Ocean City Planning Board Approves Duplexes in Place of Old Palermo’s Supermarket

May 7th, 2015 Ocean City Patch By Anthony Bellano The Ocean City Planning Board approved developer Mick Duncan’s proposed duplexes in the area currently occupied by the old Palermo supermarket…

‘Post Modern Skateboard’ Has No Board Whatsoever

Gizmodo By Maddie Stone March 22, 2015 We’re well into the 21st century, so perhaps it’s not surprising that somebody finally decided to render the tried-and-true skateboard a major update. Enter the…

A comprehensive list of New Jersey breweries, brewpubs and startups

by Mike of New Jersey Craft Beer – March 3rd 2015 New Jersey Breweries, Brewpubs and startups! This is the most comprehensive list of New Jersey breweries, brewpubs and startups with their…

Jersey City techies tackle Port Authority’s data for PATH stations

By Mike D’Onofrio | The Jersey Journal on February 21, 2015 JERSEY CITY – Alarmed by a proposal floated by Port Authority officials to cut overnight PATH service — which…

Developers target Jersey City’s West Side with $20M purchase

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal on February 23, 2015 JERSEY CITY — Puccini’s Restaurant, the famed Italian eatery and catering hall on the city’s West Side, sold earlier…

Brew At the Zoo

Coming June 27th, 2015 at Turtle Back Zoo

Montclair Councilor Hurlock Addresses Historic Preservation and Public Safety At Community Meeting

BY Steven Maginnis  |  FRIDAY, JAN 30, 2015 Baristanet in the TOWNS Montclair First Ward Councilor William Hurlock held his first community meeting of 2015, where he took questions and…