Gregory’s Coffee + Coffee Waves Explained

“Gregulars” is the new term buzzing about Hoboken this weekend as Gregory’s Coffee opened its first location on Downtown River Street in mile square city on Friday, January 15. With two others in Jersey City, this marks the company’s third location in the Garden State, and its 33rd overall since first opening in Manhattan back

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Bistro La Source and a History of French Cuisine

Dining out, or ordering in, has become second nature in modern day society. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in 2018 44% of all food spending was done away from home, with an annual average of $3,459, and Statista predicts online ordering will steadily increase at a rate of 4.3% through 2024. But

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Hoboken’s Historic Cobblestone Court Street

The city of Hoboken, NJ is historic in nature, which was a weighted factor in my decision to move (that, and the sweeping city skyline view). So, it came as no surprise to find cobblestone streets, industrial brick buildings, and various charming structures riddled throughout the now modernized mile square city. One street in particular

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UNJUMBOLD: Travel Local

With the new year comes new discoveries. So, while many of us are unable to travel due to the pandemic, taking flight only in our minds, one Hoboken storefront invites customers to explore products from all over the world. UNJUMBOLD, located at 257 1st Street, has an eye for detail and a heart for the

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Winter Storm Gail Photos

Pictures taken in Hoboken, NJ on the night of December 16, 2020, the night Winter Storm Gail arrived. All photos are subject to copyright and may not be used without permission.

The Spirit of Small Business: Riverview Wine and Spirits

The Heights of Jersey City is a burgeoning community atop the New Jersey Palisades. Once regarded as merely the cheaper residential neighbor to Hoboken, The Heights is now a destination of its own but with a distant familiarity. It has the culture of NYC, the positive energy of LA, and ‘all the grit, salt, and

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Hoboken Business Alliance Launches New Interactive Map

There’s a new way to shop small this holiday season. The Hoboken Business Alliance (HBA) has now launched an interactive Business Directory map on its website, continuing efforts to support the mile square city. Ahead of Small Business Saturday, the online map makes shopping easier than ever before. Rather than aimlessly wandering the Hoboken streets

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Back To Benny’s

There’s something to be said about calling a place home. Is it where the heart is? Is it where our family is? Or is it simply where we go to sleep at night? For one restaurant in Hoboken, it’s all of this and something more. Home is about community. And they’ve spent 52 years feeding

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Brittany Vogel Creates “Powerful Women”

The power has certainly shifted, or at the very least balanced out, between the sexes. Countries led by women have seen a lower rate of COVID-19 deaths, Fortune 500 companies see an all time record high of women CEOs, and Kamala Harris becomes the first female Vice President-elect of the United States. To honor this

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