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September 28, 2012

Hoboken Tacos Coming Soon to 98 Willow Ave in Hoboken

Thanks to reader TheBankRobber for this tip: Hoboken Tacos is coming to 98 Willow Avenue in Hoboken soon. Not much more is known at this point but the question of the day is with the Taco Truck nearby is there enough demand for tacos in Hoboken? Perhaps the new place will carve out a new niche in Hoboken and tacos won’t go the over-saturated route of falafel in town.

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September 19, 2012

Hoboken Fall Arts and Music Festival September 30, 2012 on Washington Street

Back again, this twice a year Festival has a lot of variety to offer Hoboken residents and visitors….

Mayor Dawn Zimmer and The City of Hoboken
proudly present the

Hoboken Fall Arts and Music Festival
Sunday Sept. 30, 2012  -  11am to 6pm

Admission is Free – Rain or shine
Washington Street between Observer Highway and 7th Street

Featuring over 300 artists, sculptors, photographers and local crafters, as well as rides, games, face painting, local businesses, restaurants, food vendors, and much more.

Plus 3 stages of live music and a special section for children with rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art and more.

Featuring performances by:

The Sensational Soul Cruisers: The SSC embody the sounds of Classic Philly Soul, Motown, Disco and Stax. Horn player J.T. Bowen was a member of Clarence Clemon’s solo project (Clemon’s was Bruce Springsteen’s longtime tenor sax player in The E Street Band) and was joined onstage by Springsteen himself when he performed at Clarence’s memorial concert at The Stone Pony. The rhythm section was the band behind the extremely popular Eddie and The Cruisers. The group performs over 200 shows a year and has performed at such prestigious venues as Radio City Music Hall, The Copacabana, The Whitney Museum, The South Street Seaport & more. www.soulcruisers.com

The Push Stars: After relentless touring, radio play and numerous awards, the happy-to-believe pop rocker band The Push Stars gained a passionately loyal national fan base. They’ve toured with Matchbox Twenty and their latest album “Paint The Town” was produced by Greg Collins (No Doubt, Jewel, Matchbox Twenty). Their music has been featured in the films “Something About Mary” and “Me Myself and Irene,” and on TV in the shows “ER” and “Malcolm In The Middle.” www.thepushstars.com

Megan Riley: Megan Riley, working closely with virtuoso guitarist James Mastro (Patti Smith, Ian Hunter) has released her third album “The Well” to critical acclaim after taking six years off from the music business to marry and raise a child. A dark and moving mixture of Irish fatalism and Southern Gothic Macabre, the album also features Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame member Lenny Kaye of The Patti Smith Group. A native of Memphis, she now lives in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband and young daughter. www.meganreilly.com

Hello Radio: Local favorites Hello Radio formed in 2002 by members Mike Shanley, Ray Melisko and “Radar.” They refer to their sound as “Life Music,” combining elements of rock, electronica and hip hop. They released their first full length album in 2005 on Hometown Records and have toured extensively through Eastern and Central US and Canada. Their new EP “Letters To Texas” was released in Aug 2012. www.helloradio.net

The New Loretta Revue: Nashville comes to Hoboken! Alt-honky-tonkers, The Lonesome Prairie Dogs, team up with country chanteuse Tammy Faye Starlite to pay musical tribute to the brilliant, ever- feisty, rocking-and-rolling reigning Queen of Country Music, the incomparable Miss Loretta Lynn. Sing along and square-dance (or mile-square dance!) if you’re so inclined!
www.reverbnation.com/thelonesomeprairiedogs

Goodbye Friday: an energetic four-piece, Pop/Rock boy band from Hopatcong, N.J. They have performed all over the tri-state area at Bamboozle, Webster Hall, Stony Pony and many other clubs & festivals in the NJ area; 2nd place Winners of the Bamboozle Break Contest, finalists in Z100 Hometown Heroes Contest, video won at the 2012 Garden State Film Festival, and more. www.goodbyefriday.com

Gene D. Plumber: a long-time favorite Hoboken musician. He plays guitar and sings with an eclectic brand of music he calls “tex-mex-abilly.”

Silver Plane Crucifix: Jersey City electronic indie rock band born of long hot neighborhood summer nights. Featuring Rory Bauers, Johnny Bauers, Evan Dibbs, Timothy Erbach.

and much more…

Volunteers Needed
Once again we are reaching out for support. Volunteers are greatly needed to help with vendor setup the morning of the event from 7:30am to 11:00am. Anyone interested in helping should contact Geri Fallo in the Cultural Affairs Office at 201-420-2207 or gfallo@hobokennj.org.

Special features include:

  • Fine artists are primarily located between 2nd & 3rd Streets, 5th to 6th Streets on the west side, and artists from the Monroe Center will be located between Newark and 1st Streets, so if you are an art collector, these are the places to check out first. Oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, mixed media, etc.
  • Crafters will be displaying and selling throughout: handmade: pottery, metalwork, wood items, furniture, blown and fused glass, quilts, household items made from recycled materials, batik clothing, hand painted furniture, candles, jewelry, dried florals, soaps and bath salts and much more.
  • Children’s activities on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art, balloons, live performances and more.
  • Food: Lots of great food throughout offering an eclectic variety of international foods including Thai, Indian, Greek, French, Mexican, Cajun and Italian.
  • Car dealers will be displaying new models on 1st Street between Washington Street & Bloomfield Street.

How to Get to the Festival:

Located just 3 blocks from all public transportation: PATH, NJ Transit Trains & buses, NY Waterway Ferries & the Hudson Bergen Light Rail. For details, visit: www.hobokennj.org/visit/how-to-get-here

Sponsors:

Supported in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.  www.visitnj.org
Optimum, United Water, Walgreens, WKTU, Dyson, NJ.com, The Hoboken Reporter, Capital One Bank, KTU, PATH and Port Authority of NY and NJ

For more info call 201-420-2207 or email gfallo@hobokennj.org.
For updates, visit: www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/arts-music-festival

 

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September 12, 2012

2012 Oktoberfest Lineup at Pilsener Haus and Biergarten in Hoboken- Starts September 14th

Oktoberfest Lineup at Pilsener Haus and Biergarten- Starts September 14th

Pilsener Haus and Biergarten, located at 1422 Grand Street in Hohboken is NJ’s most authentic biergarten, and brings the Oktoberfest excitements Starting September 14th 2012. The festivities this year include:

  • Opening night traditional keg tapping on Sept 14th with Ramstein Beer
  • Leiderhosen Dress Contest
  • Music by Grammy-­‐nominated Alex Meixner and more oom-pah bands
  • Mug Holding “Masskrugstemmen” competitions
  • Pig roasts every Friday
  • Schweinshaxen – Oktoberfest Special – Roasted Pork Shank by Viennese Chef Thomas Ferlesch
  • Oktoberfest Beer Pairing Dinner on Tuesday 10/2
  • Giveaways

Musical Lineup:

  • 9/14 Friday: Octoberfest Kick Off with Oompah All Day!
  • 3-7PM The Incredible Bavarian Fraternal & Marching
  • 8pm- 12 Midnight: Grammy Nominated Alex Meixner
  • 9/15 Saturday 8pm-12 Midnight: Grammy Nominated Alex Meixner
  • 9/21 Friday: The Adlers – Playing Polka for 30 Years
  • 9/22 Saturday: The Polka Brothers – New York City’s Bad Boy’s of Polka
  • 9/27 Thursday: Alex Meixner Duo! High Energy Music: Polka, Pop and Punk!
  • 9/28 Friday: Alpine Squeeze –It’s Polka Time!
  • 9/29 Saturday: Benjamin Ickies Trio: ‘Electric Oom-Pah’
  • 10/4 Thursday:  Alex Meixner Duo! – High Energy Music: Polka, Pop and Punk!
  • 10/6 Saturday: Benjamin Ickies Trio.’Electric Oom-Pah’
  • 10/11 Thursday: Alex Meixner Duo!
  • 10/12 Saturday: Alex Meixner  Band‐High Energy Music from Polka to Pop
  • 10/19 Friday: Alpine Squeeze- It’s Polka Time!
  • 10/20 Saturday: The Incredible Bavarian Fraternal & Marching Band
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September 4, 2012

Hoboken Girl’s Guide to Vegetarian Menu Options in Hoboken (Part II)

Previously I had posted about my quasi-veggie eating experiences. I’ve had a lot of fun in Hoboken staking out (no pun intended) great vegetarian dishes, especially in places that it might be kind of tricky to find something healthy, protein-filled, and animal-free. Note: I’m not vegan, so eggs and cheese are allowed!

So here are a few more of my vegetarian finds throughout the Mile Square:

1. Precious Chinese Cuisine

This is my favorite place for Chinese take out, vegetarian or not. I usually make a tough choice: steamed veggies and tofu, or chicken and broccoli (which can easily be substituted with tofu). Like I said, some days I feel like eating meat…so I do. But other days I’m perfectly satisfied with the steamed vegetable dish. It looks like this:

 This dish comes with an awesome garlic brown sauce. Super healthy and really yummy.

2. Grimaldi’s Pizza

Grimaldi’s is such a delicious restaurant, no matter what you order. I try to go easy on lots of simple carbohydrates when I’m eating vegetarian (too much simple sugar isn’t good!), but I once in a while splurge on this fantastic vegetarian pizza: Eggplant & Ricotta. Note: It’s not on the menu; I made it up! But I will say that during my trip to Grimaldi’s recently, the waiter was pretty jealous of our order of this. Add some Parmesan cheese and garlic, and you’re in business.

3. Karma Kafe Indian Cuisine

This is another place for great take out food. If I’m eating meat, I’ll order the Chicken Tikka Masala (it’s a safe choice for anyone new to eating Indian, FYI!) or something similar. However, when going veggie, my favorite dish at Karma Kafe is the Vegetable Jafrezi. It is a mix of Indian spices, peas, potatoes, carrots, and other delicious vegetables…all mixed together in an almost creamy sauce. It is so so good! Most dishes come with Dahl, a wonderful blend of lentils that form a protein-filled soup. It’s a perfect addition to the Jalfrezi dish!

4. The Turtle Club

I had dinner and drinks at the Turtle Club, and was very impressed with this Vegetable Panini. This bad boy had roasted eggplant, zucchini, peppers, and mozzarella on it. My favorite part was that it had a side of pesto for dipping the sandwich into! The bread was crispy and perfectly toasted, and needless to say, I thoroughly enjoyed the meal!

5. Re-Juice A Nation

What about dessert, you might ask?

If you’re going vegetarian, you might as well head to Re-Juice A Nation and pick up one of their smoothies. They have lots of great boosts to add to their drinks (protein, energy, greens, etc) that will add some extra benefits to the healthy and sweet treat!

 Are YOU a Hoboken Vegetarian?

Tweet The Hoboken Girl your favorite spots/dishes for meat-free dining.

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August 30, 2012

Hoboken Octoberfest October 13th 12pm to 10pm at Saints Peter and Paul

The Boken is happy to let readers know about the 2nd Annual Hoboken Oktoberfest occurring in just a few weeks! Their flier is already created and shown below and the organizers hope to build on a new tradition started just last year.

It’ll be from noon until 10 pm on October 13th just outside Saints Peter & Paul Church on 404 Hudson Street Hoboken, NJ . Like last year, there will be food vendors, a beer garden, music & entertainment and a kids village. Also this year, organizers are pleased to announce a Beer Garden Preview Night: October 12, 6 – 10 pm.

You can also follow the Hoboken Octoberfest group on Twitter at @HBKNOktoberfest with the link http://twitter.com/HBKNOktoberfest. When more information becomes available TheBoken.com will post it.

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August 20, 2012

Heirloom Tomato Festival at Hoboken Museum Sunday August 26th from 1-5pm

This year’s Heirloom Tomato Festival at Hoboken Museum for 2012 will be this coming  Sunday August 26th from 1-5pm.

Heirloom Tomato Festival at Hoboken Museum

They’re back! Rich and Sue Sisti of Catalpa Ridge Farms are bringing their harvest of heritage tomatoes in a rainbow of flavors and colors to Hoboken next Sunday for the Museum’s annual Heirloom Tomato-Tasting Festival from 1 – 5 pm, at the Museum.

Freshly picked from their farm in Wantage, NJ, the tomatoes are free to sample, and many varieties are available for purchase, along with summer vegetables and homemade dips and spreads in a farmer’s market at the Museum.

While you’re there, check out the Hoboken Museum’s new exhibit, “I Belong: A History of Civic and Social Clubs in Hoboken,” and explore some of the fascinating groups from Hoboken’s past. Interested in getting involved in a community group? Use our interactive display at the end of the exhibit to find out about new clubs catering to a variety of interests. Or start one of your own, like the new Uptown Ping Pong Club.

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August 15, 2012

Hoboken Italian Festival To Run September 6th through September 9th 2012

Filed under: Festivals,Hoboken — Tags: , , , , , , — TheBoken @ 10:20 AM

Hoboken Italian Festival

The upcoming 86th Annual Hoboken Italian Festival which will be returning to Sinatra Park from Thursday, September 6th through Sunday, September 9th. Admission is free and over 50,000 people are expected to attend over the course of four days.  The festival will include musical acts, entertainment, games and food vendors in order to help celebrate all things Italian. Naturally, Carlo’s Bakery aka “The Cake Boss” will be on site dishing out Cannoli’s. The Hoboken Italian Festival aims to give Italians an outlet to celebrate their culture while simultaneously sharing the Italian culture with people from all backgrounds.

Some of the Events:

  • Activities for all interests and ages with a special focus on children’s entertainment throughout the weekend
  • Annual Cannoli Eating Contests on Saturday night
  • Annual Hoboken Fire Department vs. Hoboken Police Department Grape Stomping Contest
  • Major fireworks show closing out Saturday’s festivities
  • World War II Memorial Commemoration
  • A reenactment of the legend of the Madonna dei Martiri which has had special meaning to the Italian town of Molfetta for hundreds of years (the celebration of the Madonna is the largest outside of Italy)

This landmark event is open daily on September 6th and 7th from 5 to 11pm, and from noon to 11pm on September 8th and 9th.

Below is additional information on the event from their press release:

HOBOKEN ITALIAN FESTIVAL SET TO CARRY OUT 86TH YEAR

SEPTEMBER 6-9TH AT HOBOKEN’S FRANK SINATRA PARK

The 86th Annual Hoboken Italian Festival returns to Sinatra Park along the Hoboken waterfront, Thursday, September 6th through Sunday, September 9th.   This landmark event is open daily on September 6th and 7th from 5 to 11pm, and from noon to 11pm on September 8th and 9th. Admission is free, with over 50,000 people expected over the course of four days.

As the patron saint of sailors, the Madonna dei Martiri has had special meaning to the Italian coastal town of Molfetta for hundreds of years. The Hoboken Italian Festival recreates the traditional Molfettese feast in honor of the Madonna’s history. Speaking on the event, organizer Greg Gallo says, “We are excited and honored to provide a space where Italian-Americans can reconnect with their roots, and people from other cultures can get a taste and appreciation for all that Italy has to offer.”

The Hoboken Italian Festival includes activities for all interests and ages, with a special focus on children’s entertainment throughout the weekend. The annual Cannoli Eating Contest takes place on Saturday night, while the Hoboken Fire and Police Departments square off on Sunday afternoon for their annual Grape Stomp Contest. Free live entertainment is provided throughout the four days including: a Battle of the DJ’s on Thursday night, Freestyle Friday Night, All-Italian Saturday, and a variety of music on Sunday. Guests will be able to partake in all festivities while enjoying food from many different Italian vendors including treats from Hoboken’s own Carlo’s Bakery, of TLC’s hit show “Cake Boss.”

Mass celebrating the Feast of Madonna dei Martiri will be celebrated at St. Francis Church in Hoboken on Saturday, September 8th, at 11am. Later in the day on Saturday there will be a World War II Memorial Commemoration in honor of all 159 Hobokenites who lost their lives in the war, many of whom were Italian-Americans. A major fireworks show will take place along the waterfront of the Hudson River to close out Saturday’s festivities. For more information about the Hoboken Italian Festival please visit http://www.hobokenitalianfestival.com/.

About the Hoboken Italian Festival: http://www.hobokenitalianfestival.com

The Hoboken Italian Festival, Inc. is organizer of the event. Assistance is provided by The Society of Madonna Dei Martiri, which was incorporated in the State of New Jersey in 1927. Throughout the years, the festival has seen many changes. One thing that has been consistent, is the dedication to Madonna dei Martiri as a way of reuniting and uplifting the Italian community every year.

Hoboken Italian Festival

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July 27, 2012

Amazon Local Deal – D’s Soul Full Cafe 50% off in Hoboken Two More Days

Filed under: Food,Food Specials,Hoboken — Tags: , , , , , — TheBoken @ 2:00 PM

Here is an Amazon Local deal in Hoboken featuring D’s Soul full Cafe….

The management over at  D’s Soul Full Cafe likes to combine a good food with entertaining  live music. You can see for yourself when you put down $5 for $10 to spend at this casual Willow Avenue breakfast and lunch spot. Open from 7 a.m. (8 a.m. on weekends) to 4 p.m. each day, D’s Soul Full Cafe features a hearty menu of breakfast burritos, bagels, subs, and wraps.

Note: This deal runs two more days from Firday July 27, 2012.

Link to Deal: http://local.amazon.com/hoboken-jersey-city/B008O8CWWY?

D’s Soul Full Cafe

Address: 918 Willow Avenue Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: 201-604-0054
Website: http://www.dssoulfullcafe.com/

Hours:
Mon-Fri 7AM-4PM
Sat-Sun 8AM-4PM

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June 20, 2012

Anthony Pino’s AD Catering Events Makes Entertaining Easier For The Summer Time

Local renowned Chef Anthony Pino of Hoboken (Anthony Davids, Kolo Club, Bin 14) can help you with your Summer Entertaining needs according this promo….

SUMMER ENTERTAINING SIMPLIFIED BY AD CATERING | EVENTS

It’s your party, so enjoy if you want to!

 

Dad spent Father’s Day working the grill?  Weekends filled with food shopping and slaving over a hot stove?   Playing bus boy to your guests?  Why endure additional stress when you should be enjoying the lazy days of summer?  Put Chef Anthony Pino and AD Catering and Events at your disposal to do the dirty work so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the party.

Offering total event management, from linens to staffing and a wide array of mouthwatering options tailored to clients’ summer entertaining needs, AD Catering & Events is the source to help area residents looking to create memorable events this summer for family and friends…at weddings, graduations, confirmations, 4th of July, Labor Day, birthdays and all events big and small in Hoboken, Jersey City, New York City and the surrounding areas.

Chef Pino says, “Our goal is to help clients entertain with ease.  We can work with small to large events at the client’s home, or at Kolo Klub, our new events loft located above Pilsener Haus and Biergarten in Hoboken where we can accommodate up to 200 guests for any type of event.”

Your guests can savor any of these tempting items (partial list):

Summer Salads created with market greens and other local ingredients: Dijon Potato Salad; Watercress and Corn Salad; Cucumber and Mint with Summer Peppers; Orzo with Feta and and Crisp Spinach; Fried Green Tomatoes; Grilled Eggplant with Mint and Garlic; Roasted Eggglant Tapanade with Crostini; Watercress with Anjou Pears and Gorgonzola; Jersey Tomatoes and Fresh Mozzarella Micro Arugula;

Hot off the Grill: Grilled Prawns White Bean Salad; Grilled Hanger Steak Avocado Salsa; BBQ Pork Tenderloin w/Moroccan Spices; Grilled Salmon, Artichokes and Tomatoes; Grilled Lamb Sirloin with Mint and Bing Cherries;

Fresh from the Sea: Homemade Crab Cakes, Lemon-Caper Aioli; Grilled Sea Scallops with Creamed Corn and Oranges; Atlantic Raw Bar L.A. Sushi Bar

Since its 2009 inception, Chef Anthony Pino’s AD Catering & Events has already established itself as the “go to” caterer for events for the foremost, fashionable and famous, including Coach, Vera Wang, Chase, HGTV, Morgan Stanley, Natalie Morales, Eli Manning and former NJ Governor John Corzine, just to name a few.

Contact Vincent Chrysler at info@anthonydavids.com to learn how AD Catering | Events can help make your special event dream a reality.  For more information visit www.anthonydavids.com.

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May 6, 2012

Hoboken Spring Arts and Music Festival Lineup Set May 6th, 2012 11am-6pm

The music lineups for Hoboken’s Spring Arts and Music Festival Sunday May 6th 2012 which is today is as follows:

Mayor Dawn Zimmer and the City of Hoboken proudly present the

Hoboken Spring Arts and Music Festival
Sunday May 6, 2012 11am to 6pm

Washington Street – between Observer Highway and 7th Street

Admission is Free – Rain or shine

Featuring over 300 artists, sculptors, photographers and local crafters, as well as rides, games, face painting, local businesses, restaurants, food vendors and much more.

The festival has 3 Stages of live music with performances by:

Music for children on the 3rd street stage:

Performance Schedule:

Observer Hwy Stage: (between Newark and Observer Hwy)

  • 11;45am – Wyldlife
  • 12:30pm – The One & Nines
  • 1:15 pm – Demolition String Band
  • 2:00 pm – Freedy Johnston
  • 3:15 pm – The Front Bottoms
  • 4:30 pm – The dB’s

Sixth Street Stage Schedule:

  • 12:30pm Bandwidth
  • 1:10pm Hannah & the M&MS
  • 1:35pm Outside the Box
  • 2:25pm Stephie Coplan & the Pedestrians
  • 3:15pm Funkaphonics
  • 4:00pm Emily Turonis
  • 4:40pm Alexandria Potosnak
  • 5:10pm Orchestra C2
  • 5:15pm to 6:00pm – Orchestra C2

Children’s Stage (in the Capital One Bank parking lot on 3rd St.):

  • 12:00pm – Chrissy Roberts
  • 12:40 pm – Monroe Movement Space
  • 1:00pm – Chrisy Roberts
  • 1:45pm – Hudson Dance & Movement
  • 2:15pm – Hoboken School of Music
  • 2:45 pm – Pre-School of Rock
  • 3:30 pm – Garden Street School of the Performing Arts
  • 4:15 pm – Little Club Heads
  • 5:00pm – Pre-School of Rock

Special features include:

  • Fine artists are located between 2nd & 3rd St and 5th to 6th on the west side, so if you are an art collector, these are the places to be. Oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics, sculpture, mixed media, etc.
  • Crafters will be displaying and  selling throughout: handmade: pottery, metalwork, wood items, furniture, blown and fused glass, quilts, household items made from recycled materials, batik clothing, hand painted furniture, candles, jewelry, dried florals, soaps and bath salts and much more
  • Children’s activities on 3rd street with rides, games, creative activities, face painting, sand art, balloons, live performances and much more.
  • Car dealers will be displaying new models on 1st Street between Washington and Bloomfield. Check out the new Toyotas, BMWs and more.
  • Food: Lots of great food throughout offering an eclectic variety of international foods such as: Thai, Indian, Greek, French, Mexican, Cajun and Italian.

How to Get There
Located just 3 blocks from all public transportation: PATH, NJ Transit Trains & buses, NY Waterway Ferries & the Hudson Bergen Light Rail. For details, visit: http://www.hobokennj.org/visit/how-to-get-here

Sponsors
Supported in part by a grant from New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism (website: www.visitnj.org), United Water, Walgreens, WKTU, Yelp.Com, The Hoboken Reporter, Capital One Bank, PATH & Port Authority of NY and NJ

For more info call 201-420-2207 or email gfallo@hobokennj.org.
For updates, visit: http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/arts-music-festival/

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