There’s a lot going on in Hoboken. Just ask our Hoboken Reporter staff writer, Marilyn Baer, who writes ongoing stories on hot-button issues such as the budget, Union Dry Dock, scooter rules, green space, you name it.
In Hoboken 07030, we cover cool-button issues: cool people to know, cool things to look at, and cool stuff to do in the beautiful spring and summer season.
Speaking of seasonal fun, in this issue, Marilyn takes a look at Resilience Adventures. This great organization combines fun paddle sports with environmental awareness. On the Hudson River, right off the boat house, folks can learn to use paddle boards and kayaks, and search for sea life along the shoreline.
Pat Bonner gets down and dirty with some cheese. In our “On the Job With” segment, Pat heads down to Fiore’s to find out just how they make their famous mutz. Don’t try this at home!
We welcome Diana Schwaeble back to the Hudson Reporter family. Diana talks suits and pocket squares with Joseph Genuardi, tailor to the stars. Tucked away in the Neumann Leathers Building, he custom-makes suits for the likes of Barack Obama, and, yes, that other guy who currently occupies the White House.
Diana also gets the lowdown on Hoboken’s Rocket Club.
Tara Ryazansky hits the stacks to get the full story on Hoboken Public Library Director Lina Podles.
Meanwhile, I had a blast talking journalism with kids at the Mustard Seed School.
I was poking around in the dictionary the other day and discovered that the word “magazine” is derived from the word “storehouse.”
In each issue we strive to offer you a storehouse of information. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what you would like to see in our storehouse.