April 1, 2013 Heritage Tricia Tirella
The city of Hoboken embraces the lore of baseball. It lives on through games, history, and the annual theater production, the 7th Inning Stretch…
August 14, 2012 Heritage Melissa Abernathy
Hoboken was well-situated as a hub for water contests, with a popular rowing course stretching up the shoreline from Hoboken to Guttenberg. The wide-open New York Harbor, protected from heavy tides…
May 25, 2012 Heritage Melissa Abernathy
Except perhaps for spelunkers and scuba divers, most people prefer gliding over a river to crossing under it. The trip across the Hudson on a brisk, sunny day, or on clear evening with the dazzling..
March 22, 2012 Heritage sjallocca
Picture a glitzy theater marquee hanging over the corner of Washington and Newark streets, dancing with bright fluorescent lights and big yellow bulbs. On a steamy Saturday..
October 3, 2011 Heritage Melissa Melms
The third oldest library in the state of New Jersey, the Hoboken Public Library (HPL) celebrates its impressive 120th anniversary this October. To mark…
July 27, 2011 Heritage Sharon Henry
Really, you thought you saw Dave Matthews at the table next to you at O’Nieals? Or the singer from a hot, new band beside you at the bar at DC’s Tavern? Your..
May 18, 2011 Heritage Dennis Q. Miguel
In the National Register of Historic Places, Hoboken is home to nearly twenty listed as preserved cultural resources. For those not in the know, the National Register..
May 14, 2010 Heritage Chris Halleron
It was Edison who said, “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” And while some New Jersey towns like to brag about..