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October 24, 2012

Calling All Amateur Chefs -The Jersey Booze Experiment at Maxwell’s November 11th 1-4 pm

The Food Experiments, the nation’s leading food cook off competition is arriving in Hoboken with the Jersey Booze Experiment on November 11th at Maxwell’s from 1-4PM! This is a call to Jersey’s top amateur chefs. This is their chance to prove that New Jersey is a culinary destination in its own and has some of the most committed and dedicated home chefs. See the press release below….

THE FOOD EXPERIMENTS ROLLS INTO HOBOKEN

ON NOVEMBER 11TH FOR THE JERSEY BOOZE EXPERIMENT, 

THE FIFTEENTH STOP ON A SIXTEEN CITY TOUR

The Nation’s Leading Cook-­‐Off Organization Is Bringing Back Celebrity Judges, Creative Food Themes And The  Chance At Culinary Glory For Amateur Chefs Across The Country

Sixteen cities. Four hundred amateur chefs. Only one national champion. On the heels of a successful 5‐city tour in 2011, The Food Experiments, the nation’s leading cook-­‐off organization, is back with a 16‐city National Tour sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery.

The fifteenth stop on the tour is The Jersey Booze Experiment on November 11th, 2012. Since its inception, The     Food Experiments competitions have consistently been met with sold-­out crowds. Each Experiment features  roughly 25 local amateur chefs who have prepared a unique creation incorporating the food theme. As a tribute  to Hoboken, the watering hole capital of the nation, the Jersey Experiment will feature inspiration through booze.

Our esteemed judging panel will include:

  • AnneMcBride, Strategic Initiatives Group Director at the Culinary Institute of America and Experimental Cuisine Collective Director,
  • AdamRobb, NJ monthly restaurant critic/Thrillist Philadelphia editor
  • Anthony Scillia, Alan Watts and Gennaro Pecchia of the Men Who Dine, as well as
  • Chef Anthony Pino, owner of Anthony David’s and Bin 14 restaurants.

Everyone in attendance will have a hand in choosing which “cheftestants” will gain bragging rights, cookware, bakeware, and cash from National Sponsors: Brooklyn Brewery, Le Creuset, Anolon, Microplane and Wusthof
knives. The Grand Prize Winner will bask  in culinary glory city-­wide and earn a shot at the National Championships on December 16. The winner from each city’s Experiment will be flown in to Brooklyn courtesy of
Brooklyn Brewery to compete with the best of the best for a chance to become The Food Experiments’ 2012 National Champion. Victory has never tasted so good!

What: The Jersey Booze Experiment
When: Sunday, November 11th, 2012
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Where: Maxwell’s 1039 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ.

Judges: Anne McBride, CIA and Experimental Cuisine Collective Adam Robb, NJmonthly restaurant   critic/Thrillist Philadelphia editor Chef Anthony Pino, Owner of Anthony David’s and Bin 14 Anthony Scillia, Alan
Watts and Gennaro Pecchia, Men Who Dine

Tickets: $15 – includes a Brooklyn Brewery pint and a plethora of culinary delights. Half of the ticket proceeds will go towards charities that promote sustainability and local culinary education for disadvantaged children and teens.

Sign up to Compete and Purchase Tickets: http://thefoodexperiments.com/tour/jerseycity/

About The Food Experiments: Nick Suarez and Theo Peck, New York City’s “cook-­‐off royalty”, created The Food Experiments in 2009. The Experiments are a series of cooking competitions
that challenge amateur chefs to create around 300 samples of a dish featuring an “experimental” ingredient or
theme.

Over twenty Experiments have taken place involving beer, cheese, chocolate, tacos, brunch, Brooklyn roots, holiday and booze themes. Brooklyn Brewery sponsored their first national tour in 2011 featuring Experiments
in Austin, New Orleans, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. In 2012 the National Tour expanded to 16 cities,including an international stop in Stockholm, and has only generated even greater success. For further information,visit:  http://thefoodexperiments.com

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Save Rent Control Music Jam and Fundraiser Thursday October 25th at Maxwell’s Starting 8pm

There is a party tomorrow night October 25th at Maxwell’s starting at 8pm that has a bunch of bands including The FAVE to support the Hoboken Fair Housing Association’s efforts to save Rent Control. Local Question 2 is on the ballot this and a yes vote would end the current structure of rent control for many apartments in Hoboken as some activists see it and a no vote would keep things the way they are.

Regardless of where you stand on this issue this promises to be a great lineup of local musicians. Just don’t wear a “I’m with the upper 1%” button. You might not be too popular.

Maxwell’s is at 1039 Washington Street in Hoboken (NE corner). For more information on the rent control organization Hoboken Fair Housing Association please go to www.hobokenfairhousing.com. For the opposing position in favor of rent control changes, The Mile Square Taxpayers Association you can go to http://hobokenmsta.com/. 

 

Also, if you are still undecided on the rent control issue Question #2 on the ballot, there is a forum tonight October 24th to hear the issues discussed at OLG School which starts at 7pm tonight and runs for 2 hours . There will be no live music at this event but the two sides of the issue will have a chance to present their case….

 

 

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October 10, 2012

Bernie Worrell Orchestra at Maxwell’s in Hoboken Saturday, November 03 2012, 7pm

Attention funk lovers (and that includes TheBoken.com’s editor) , a funkadelic trip to the past with spectacular syncopated scintillation and just a funking flat fabulous fun filled fest of music will be coming soon to Hoboken with the artistic stylings of Bernie Worrell and his Orchestra…..

Bernie Worrell Orchestra (of Original Parliament-Funkadelic / Talking Heads)
comes to Maxwell’s in Hoboken Saturday, November 03 2012, 7:00pm

Bernie Worrell Orchestra (w/Special Guests TBA) – this is an early show!

Maxwell’s- www.maxwellsnj.com

Address: 1039 Washington Street Hoboken, NJ
To purchase advance tickets: http://bit.ly/BWOMaxwells
Price: $15 Ages: 18+

Rock and Funk legend, Bernie Worell, recently digitally released two songs, “BWO is Landing” and “Get Your Hands Off.” Combing elements of everything from jazz to salsa to funk and soul, these two tracks have something to offer every music lover. Both tracks are beautifully arranged and very danceable, full of energy and are true works of musical genius from a master of many styles. These are the first tracks by Bernie’s current band, Bernie Worrell Orchestra, which he co-produced with Evan Taylor.

How many artists can say they were in on the ground floor of an honest-to-Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame super-group, while inventing a completely original and uncanny sound and, in the ensuing years, built a legendary reputation as one of the most versatile hired guns in the music business? True “funkateers” know the history. From the fat Minimoog bass lines of “Flash Light” and “One Nation Under A Groove” to the percussive piano runs of “Chocolate City” and “Give Up the Funk,” Bernie Worrell is synonymous with the legacy of Parliament-Funkadelic; in fact, he’s one of the originators of the psychedelic funk sound, having written and co-produced the lion’s share of the music going back to Funkadelic’s formative years, with an eclectic ear for everything from Chopin to the Chi-Lites.

These days the terms “living legend” or “funk icon” really don’t come close to doing Worrell justice. “Funk iconoclast” is probably more apt, considering the breadth of his contributions to seminal albums outside the P-Funk canon, including Talking Heads’ Stop Making Sense and Public Image Ltd’s Album, to name two of the more monolithic examples. Keith Richards, Yoko Ono, Bootsy Collins, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Mos Def, Sly & Robbie, Deee-Lite, Bill Laswell and many more have recruited Bernie into the studio and on tour—all for his versatility, vision and feverish creativity whenever he gets his hands on a keyboard.

Below is a sample video of one of his performances….

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October 9, 2012

Hello Radio EP Release Party at Maxwell’s October 13th Starts at 9PM

Local Hoboken band Hello Radio is at Maxwell’s this Saturday October at 9pm with special guests Radical Dads and Birthwater. Doors open at 9pm and the entry fee is $10 for the evening’s worth of music. One of The Boken’s favorite Hello Radio tunes is “Fossils”. Check it out on iTunes. It has made my alternative rock playlist.

Maxwell’s Hoboken

Address: 1039 Washington St. Hoboken NJ 07030
Website: www.maxwellsnj.com
Phone: 201-653-1703

 

 

 

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July 14, 2012

Ellen Arthur Jewelry at Maxwell’s 9.13.34 in Hoboken

Filed under: Hoboken,Maxwells,Retail Stores — Tags: , , , , — TheBoken @ 8:45 AM

Owner of Maxwell’s 9.13.34, a boutique located at 508 Court Street  in Hoboken is carrying Ellen Arthur Jewelery. Read below for more details in her latest email promo…

“Dear Friends,

We love the American entrepreneurial spirit, authentic creativity and MADE in the USA!  Hello Ellen!

From her Chicago studio, Ellen Arthur her jewelry from antiqued brass and gunmetal… some of which are with chunky sophisticated neutral colored crystals wrapped in oxidized chain.. The beautiful burnished metals and captivating bib necklaces marry modernity with old world richness. She’s young, gifted & "gets it"!  We had to snap some of them up for you, and so we did just that!  These hand made in USA pieces have just arrived in-store!

Ellen Arthur Collage Maxwell's 9.13.34 HobokenLeft:  BRASS CHAIN FRINGE COLLAR NECKLACE $215.00 A rich patina fringe dripped artisanal collar.

Middle:  OLD GOLD FRINGED TRIPLE LAYER BRACELET $215.00 Meaningful, contemporary & old all in one with a rich patina.

OLD GOLD LONG FRINGED LARIAT $225.00 A versatile, super chic layering piece or alone as a belt or elongated necklace… be your own stylist!

Available in store and on line at www.maxwells91334.com and go to JEWELRY / then to NECKLACES & BRACELETS.

The red doors will be open to greet you this Saturday and Sunday  from 12 noon to 7 pm!

Fondly,

Deb Maxwell”

 

Maxwell’s 9.13.34

508 Court Street – "The Red Doors" Hoboken, NJ 07030

Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 7 pm

Website 24/7 at www.maxwells91334.com

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July 6, 2012

Maxwell’s 9.13.34 Has Suggestions to Light up Your Life

Deb Maxwell of Maxwell’s 9.13.34 located at 508 Court Street on weekends once again has some style tips that will hopefully not have you hanging from a chandelier with excitement as that would create a huge safety risk. Just kidding but in all seriousness do read on and be illuminated with some style wisdom and tips from Ms. Maxwell even if you don’t plan to make a purchase but TheBoken.com always encourages shopping local whenever possible….

Dear Friends,

[A Great Chandelier] Makes yours not just a house but your home.  Home is, after all, your nest…. your sanctuary.  (Additionally, it enjoys air conditioning!)

Maxwell's 9.13.34 Chandelier Collage 7-6-2012

How does a chandelier impact a persons moods & emotions?

To see a chandelier in a dream represents grandeur and greatness. You see a bright future ahead.  Positivity!   If the chandelier is made of crystal, then it symbolizes wealth. It also produces a shimmering mood on the room. It highlights your decor and elevates the home ambient to a heightened level.  It ices a modern, traditional or eclectic home with an atmospheric shimmer that conveys elegance & sophistication to both you and your guests.

From photo above:

Top left and center CRYSTAL on AGED BRONZE DAISY 5 ARM CHANDELIER vintage 24" W X 17" H / Chain 20"  $650.00

This is a fabulously French gracious sweep of daisies. Not your standard chandelier. FYI…1st dibs offers a petite one
arm at $1,650.00 & a pink (yes, pink) 6 arm at $1,800.00. 

Bottom center EDISON STYLE LIGHT BULB 1.75" Diam. X 4.5" H / 60W  $10 to $12.00 each

Available in tubular & classic styles. For use with clear glass lamps and others. Is traditional & modern at the same time.
60 watt. Please note that these bulbs are 240 volts.  FYI…. better for form than function.

Bottom right  GLASS CHANDELIER PRISM 4.25" L X 5/8" $8.00 each

Replacements for chandeliers or create your own magic using fish line and stringing them from existing fixtures.

All available in store and on line at http://www.maxwells91334.com  Go to FURNITURE etc. / then to LIGHTING (Subject to availability at time of order).

Maxwell’s 9.13.34 will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 12 noon to 7 pm.  Stay cool!

Fondly,

Deb Maxwell

Maxwell’s 9.13.34

508 Court Street – "The Red Doors"

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Saturdays and Sundays 12 noon to 7 pm

Shop 24/7 at http://www.maxwells91334.com

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June 29, 2012

Hoboken Weekend Music Recap 6/29-7/1/2012 Including Three Nights of the Feelies at Maxwell’s

Here is the Hoboken Weekend Music Lineup for those staying in town and not jetting off to their summer homes…


The Pilsener Haus – 1422 Grand Street

6/30 Saturday Starting 8PM: Alex Meixner’s Band! at the Pilsener Haus
Alex Meixner, “The Hardest working man in Polka music”. His energy performances of everything from old time polkas and waltzes to more jazz and pop make for an unbeliavable all-night party! Website:  http://alexmeixner.com/

Wicked Wolf Hoboken – 120 Sinatra Drive

6/29 Friday Starting approx 10pm: Triniti at Hoboken Wicked Wolf

Triniti is three lead female vocalists with a top notch back up band! They cover a variety of styles such as Pop, Rock, R&B, Dance and Current Hits. Each singer brings their own unique vocal quality.  Jelena Topic’s captivating R&B style and effortless riffs are second to none. Laura Wisbauer incorporates a seamless vocal ability with heart driven emotion that is breath taking. With passion and edgy vocals, Angel Laucius embraces her Rock ‘n’ Roll roots. These three diverse voices unite in perfect harmony to form one talented  group….Triniti! They are proud to be backed up by talented musicians: John on bass, Derek on guitar, Chris on drums and Ben on keys.

Whiskey Bar Hoboken -125 Washington Street

6/29 Friday Starting 11pm: Rachel Allyn presents Whiskey Bar’s Country Night

6/30 Saturday  Starting 11pm: Rumor Has It

Call 201.963.3400 For more information on Whiskey Bar Performances.

and finally,  a big act that many of you might have been waiting for since they were on hiatus for a long time,  The Feelies at Maxwell’s this weekend for three shows June 29 through July 1! Tickets appear to still be available so buy them now before the shows sell out.

Maxwell’s – 1036 Washington Street

  • Friday June 29th, at 9:00pm
  • Saturday June 30th, at 9:00pm
  • Sunday July 1st, at 8:00pm

For tickets go to http://www.ticketfly.com/venue/299 and for more information call Maxwell’s at (201)653-1703.

 

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May 10, 2012

Living Social Deal– $30 to Spend on Food and Drink at Maxwell’s for only $15

Filed under: Drink Specials,Food Specials,Hoboken,living social,Maxwells — Tags: , , — TheBoken @ 10:30 AM

Living Social Maxwell's 5-10-2012

Today’s Living Social deal is from  Maxwell’s where you pay $15 for $30 to spend on well-portioned food and drink at this intimate restaurant, bar and concert venue in Hoboken. Play it cool before the show and enjoy full-flavored fare like tiger shrimp scampi (over garlic toast), BBQ baby back ribs (with mac ‘n’ cheese and slaw), or an atomic buffalo burger and washing it down with a draft brew.

Link to Deal: http://www.livingsocial.com/cities/305/deals/245354-30-to-spend-on-food-and-drink

Maxwell’s

Address: 1039 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ

Phone: (201)653-1703

Website: http://www.maxwellsnj.com

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May 3, 2012

John Brown’s Body Progressive Reggae Band at Maxwell’s Saturday May 12th

JOHN BROWN’S BODY EAST COAST TOUR

Future Roots Octet To Release New Studio Material  and

Appearance at Maxwell’s in Hoboken May 12th

On Saturday, May 12th, progressive reggae band John Brown’s Body performs at Maxwell’s. The octet will be releasing new studio material later this spring.

In the past three years, John Brown’s Body has completed first-ever tours of New Zealand, the UK, and Europe. Their latest album, Amplify, debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Reggae Chart.

Quote from drummer Tommy Benedetti:

“We have a bunch of new music in the works… five dubs and an unreleased fan favorite are being mixed in Boston, by former JBB engineer Craig “Dub Fader” Welsch (10 Ft. Ganja Plant, State Radio, The Aggrolites). We’ve made serious progress on the new full length, seven new tracks are complete, we hope to have it out by late summer. It will be mixed by Matt Saccuccimorano, the man behind our 2002 Spirits All Around Usrecord. Until then, come celebrate with us on tour!”

John Brown’s Body’s “Future Roots” uses reggae as a foundation, but incorporates dub, drum & bass, dancehall, hip hop and other musical explorations to create a sound both timeless and forward. However it’s defined, people are buzzing about this progressive group from Boston and Ithaca, NY. The eight-piece band’s explosive live show boasts super heavy rhythms, a three-piece horn section, air tight drum and bass, and “the most gorgeous melodies in all of modern reggae music” (All Music Guide).

“…some of the most forward-thinking reggae music in the world today.” – LA2DAY

They are coming to Hoboken Saturday, May 12 @ Maxwell’s  Doors Open 8pm

Featured Band: John Brown’s Body/ Opening band: Super Hi-Fi
Time: Doors @ 8 PM Show @ 9 PM/ Tickets $15

Maxwell’s Hoboken

Address: 1039 Washington St. Hoboken NJ 07030
Website: www.maxwellsnj.com
Phone: 201-653-1703

Band Links:

John Brown’s Body – U.S. Tour Dates:

  • May 10 – Pawtucket, RI – The Met
  • May 11 – West Chester, PA – The Note
  • May 12 – Hoboken, NJ – Maxwell’s
  • May 26 – Asheville, NC – Highland Brewing Company
  • May 27 – Charleston, SC – The Pour House
  • May 29 – Savannah, GA – Live Wire Music Hall
  • May 30 – Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
  • May 31 – Saint Petersburg, FL – State Theatre
  • June 01 – Gainesville, FL – Double Down Live
  • June 02 – Orlando, FL – Plaza Theatre
  • Aug 12 – Boston, MA – Rock and Blues Concert Cruise

 

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May 1, 2012

Maxwell’s Music and Event Lineup for May 2012 in Hoboken

Below is Maxwell’s music lineup for the month of May 2012. Maxwell’s, a renowned music venue even for NYers has actually had the likes of Sonic Youth,  Fugazi,  Soundgarden, Nirvana, Hole, The Smashing Pumpkins,  Blue Öyster Cult,  Katrina & the Waves,  Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Pogues, Rufus Wainwright,  Joe Jackson,  Living Colour,  David Byrne,  The Joan Jett,  The Psychadelic Furs, The Strokes and many others grace its venue. Source: Wikipedia

Maxwell's Hoboken HDR - Live Music

Maxwell’s is located at 1039 Washington Street, Hoboken, NJ. Their number is (201)653-1703 and their website is:
http://maxwellsnj.com. You should always double check their website for any possible changes that might occur. Popular shows will sell out so it is best to buy your tickets in advance where possible.

Maxwell’s Music/Event  Lineup for May 2012 in Hoboken:

  • Thurs. 5/3  Archie Powell & The Exports/Sandman Viper Command 9 p.m. $8
  • *Fri. 5/4  The Escape Engine/A Balance Between/Caught By A Lion 9 p.m. $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • Sat. 5/5  Kentucky Derby Party: Wild Carnation/Antietam 7 p.m. $8
  • Sat. 5/5  Waking Lights/Holy City Zoo/Nikki Sue & The Bad News/The Clydes 9 p.m. $8
  • Sun. 5/6 Join them after The Hoboken Arts & Music Festival feat. The dB’s!
  • Mon. 5/7 Swingadelic 9 p.m. Free
  • Thurs. 5/10 Kwame and The Uptown Shakedown 9 p.m. $8
  • Fri. 5/11  Davey and The Trainwreck/Ed Smith & The Ego/special guests 9 p.m. $8
  • *Sat. 5/12  John Brown’s Body/Super Hi-Fi 9 p.m. $15 Buy Tickets Here!
  • *Sun. 5/13  Polica/special guests 8:30 p.m. $10 adv./$12 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Mon. 5/14  Art Opening: Wormwood Press: The Gallery Show 7 p.m. Free
  • Wed. 5/16  Courtesy Tier/Your 33 Black Angels/Hollands/The Field Recordings 8:30 p.m. $8
  • Thurs. 5/17 The Constant/Morningside Lane 8:30 p.m. $8
  • *Fri. 5/18  Mike Doughty, The Book Of Drugs: reading, concert, Q&A (partially seated show) 7:30 p.m. $25 Buy Tickets Here!
  • *Fri. 5/18  Chocolate Bread/The Embracers/Morning/Vasudeva 9:30 p.m. $8 Buy Tickets Here!
  • *Sat. 5/19  Deniz Tek/The Master Plan 7:30 p.m. $10 adv./$12 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Sat. 5/19  The Strange Boys/special guests 10 p.m. $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • *Wed. 5/23  Burlap To Cashmere/special guests 9 p.m. $10 Buy Tickets Here!
  • Thurs. 5/24 Joe Borzotta’s Variety Show feat. Nipsey + more 8:30 p.m. $10
  • *Fri. 5/25  Manitoba (feat. Handsome Dick Manitoba)/The Naked Heroes 9:30 p.m. $15 Buy Tickets Here!
  • *Sat. 5/26  O’Death/Tim Fite/The Amboys 9 p.m. $10 adv./$12 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Sun. 5/27  Closed For Private Party
  • *Wed. 5/30  River City Extension/The Drowning Men/Ben Henderson 7:30 p.m. $15 adv./$18 d.o.s. Buy Tickets Here!
  • Thurs. 5/31  Shyneboxx/Pretty Babies 8:30 p.m. $8

 

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