May 23, 2013 Feature Theresa Howard
From real estate and restaurants to floral studios, dance studios and independent service firms, women rule when it comes to small business ownership in Hoboken…
April 1, 2013 Feature Diana Schwaeble
Chris Bray and David Miller sit at the same table every day. Against the wall, removed from the constant chatter at the bar, but still in sight of it. Their view takes in the expanse of River Street and parts of lower Manhattan…
January 21, 2013 Feature Diana Schwaeble
Artie Lange. Comedian, radio host, author and larger than life personality. For him, life has taken some crazy turns, but he’s back doing what he was made to do – entertain thousands of people with his..
August 14, 2012 Feature Tricia Tirella
This Aug. 18 you won’t have to fork over money for a high-priced concert ticket or travel very far to see some of the greatest indie rock acts around and be a part of something big.
May 25, 2012 Feature Diana Schwaeble
Luckily for all of us living in the Mile Square, there are plenty of fitness options out there. There is everything from specialty gyms, to dance studios, to kick boxing that can help even the most unmotivated..
March 22, 2012 Feature Jessica Rosero
A majority of the club members ride a Harley, which originally was the bike you needed to have to join the club, but is now open to all American bikes. Chipper, who was first inspired to ride by the movie “Easy Rider,” got his first Harley in 1972, which he still has in mint condition…
November 23, 2011 Feature Diana Schwaeble
Perhaps you’ve looked around the mile square on a weekend night and seen the throngs of people bustling into area restaurants and bars. For some, that look turns into an itch..
October 3, 2011 Feature Chris Halleron
Generally I’m a skeptical person—I believe the Loch Ness Monster is a well-fed cormorant, I believe the Chupacabra is a coyote with mange and I’m…
July 27, 2011 Feature Alexandria Tava
“I throw my hands up in the air sometimes, saying AYO, gotta let go!” The energetic lyrics of hit single “Dynamite” by Taio Cruz is blasting in a dirty rock bar..
May 18, 2011 Feature Sharon Henry
Parlez-vous football? Habla usted futbol? Call it what you will – football, soccer, fuutball – it’s not just the world’s sport, it’s an international language capable..
November 12, 2010 Feature Maria Ritchey
Hoboken has long been known for being the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and the first official baseball game. But based upon all the strollers showing..
September 18, 2010 Feature Melissa Melms
Three models, three venues, three stylists, three totally different photo shoots – what was hMAG thinking when we planned our first ever fashion issue? Well..
May 14, 2010 Feature Chris Halleron
“It’s an eyesore right now,” says artist Tim Daly, in a tone that can best be described as self-deprecating. But leave it to the art community..