Floodlights streaking the sky, smoke billowing outside its front door and a Marachi band playing traditional Mexican music, signaled the Grand Opening of Bayonne’s beautiful new restaurant, and 2nd El Aquila Dorada location.
On hand for the ribbon cutting was El Aquila owners Isreal and his wife Irma, their family and friends also attending, Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis and Bayonne Council members; Sharon Ashe Nadrowski, Juan Perez, and Gary LaPelusa. Bayonne Chamber President Tom Coughlin, Annette Rubin and Jack Kennedy.
Bayonne boxing legend Chuck Wepner and wife Linda also attended the Grand Opening.
El Aquila Dorada was packed with friends and customers.
See our photo’s here
Grand Opening of “El Aguila Dorada”
(Complimentary Mexican hors d’oeuvres will be served.)
The folks at El A quila Dorada is celebrating the GRAND OPENING of El Aguila Dorada’s second location. After almost 2 years of construction the new location is 3 times bigger and 3 times more amazing. The public is invited to join for some authentic Mexican food at one of the best restaurants in Bayonne.
Wednesday, December 12th, 2018
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM EST
El Aguila Dorada
Between W 18th st. and W 19th st.
Bayonne, NJ 07002
Israel first came to America at the age of 16. His first job as….(drumroll)… a dishwasher. Not too exciting but after one month of proving himself Israel quickly worked his way up from a dishwasher into prep/ line cook station. Here is where his passion for food was born. Continue reading Grand Opening for El Aquila Dorada Restaurant in Bayonne Second Location
Upcoming Construction Projects
in the City of Hoboken from 12/8-12/1
PSE&G Work on Newark Street (between Grove and Madison)
- Work will take place overnight from 8pm-6am on 12/7, 12/10, 12/11
- Sidewalk repairs will take place on 12/13 and 12/14 during the day from 8am-4pm.
- Traffic will remain open in both directions.
- Hoboken Police will be on site throughout the entirety of the work.
The Landmark Loew’s Jersey is a historic theatre operating as a non-profit arts centers
Twenty four Holiday Season ago, not long after saving the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre from demolition, Friends of the Loew’s brought Santa to the historic Theatre for the first time in order to give people a unique way to enjoy a favorite tradition of the Season.
Now, for the 25th Holiday Season in a row, Santa Claus will hear holiday wishes and take photos with his many fans in the Grand Lobby of the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre. Continue reading A Visit & Photo With Santa … With A Way To Do Good, Too
Police Chief Ken Ferrante, Mayor Ravi Bhalla, and the City of Hoboken invite all members of the community to attend a swearing-in ceremony for six new Police Officers. The ceremony will be held on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 12:00pm in the Court Room at Hoboken City Hall, 94 Washington Street.
Christopher Barral, Daniel Barron, Jonathan Figueroa, Daniel Grossi, Marc Lombardi, and Francis Mc Court recently completed 6 months of training and graduated from the Police Academy Continue reading HOBOKEN Police swearing-in ceremony and other news
Mayor Steven M. Fulop, alongside Dr. Sue Henderson, President of New Jersey City University and Robinson Holloway, Board Chair of the Jersey City Council on the Arts, will officially launch the Jersey City Cultural Asset Map. The Cultural Asset Map features an interactive, online map with collected information arts organizations and arts living and/or working in Jersey City. The proposed roadmaps reveals opportunities and challenges in working towards enhancing the cultural vitality of Jersey City.
Tuesday, December 11, 9:00 a.m.
NJCU School of Business – Skyline Room
200 Hudson Street
Harborside Plaza 2
Jersey City, NJ
Mayor Steven M. Fulop, Dr. Sue Henderson, President of New Jersey City University Robinson Holloway, Board Chair of Jersey City Council
NEWARK, NJ — Catholic Cemeteries, a ministry of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark, kicks off its 15th annual Christmas Food Drive to assist those in need this season. Non-perishable food items such as cereal boxes or soup cans will be distributed to local food pantries to help feed those who are less fortunate. Donations may be brought to Archdiocesan cemetery and mausoleum offices during business hours from now through January 6, 2019. A list of cemetery locations is available at. Financial donations also are accepted online at .
“Feeding the hungry is one of the seven Corporal Works of Mercy and performing this charitable act of loving kindness on behalf of a deceased loved one is a caring gift that truly honors their memory in a tangible way,” says Andrew P. Schafer, Executive Director of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark.
The annual food drive has aided two local organizations in recent years: the Newark-based Missionary Sisters of Charity, founded by Saint Teresa of Calcutta, which provides food and shelter for women in the community; and the Emergency Food and Nutrition Network in East Orange, which provides assistance and emergency food supplies to 50 food centers in the Archdiocese.
About Catholic Cemeteries
Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Newark has served Catholic families for over 160 years and recognizes the deep religious significance of the Corporal Work of Mercy involved in the burial of a loved one and the sanctity of the Order of Christian Funerals. Catholic Cemeteries tends to the needs of individuals and families before, at the time of, and after the death of a loved one. This includes caring assistance with cemetery pre-planning, compassionate support of a family and service for a loved one’s interment in a holy place, support throughout bereavement, and perpetual cemetery care, thereafter. The Archdiocese of Newark oversees 11 Catholic cemeteries that have been a vital part of the Catholic community. More than one million loved ones are buried in its cemeteries and daily and perpetual care is provided for the sanctified land on which they occupy.
November 18, 2018, Jersey City, NJ – Jersey City Arts Council honors excellence and impact in the Arts with a celebration at White Eagle Hall, 337 Newark Avenue on Tuesday, November 27, 2018, from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. Tickets are $125 online; $150 at the door and includes open bar and scrumptious food, provided by Midnight Market. Purchase tickets online at www.jerseycityartscouncil.org/
The Jersey City Arts Council’s first ever awards gala will bring together the arts community to celebrate 11 amazing honorees and recognize their leadership, advocacy, philanthropy, and long-term contributions to Jersey City. Continue reading INAUGURAL AWARDS CELEBRATION HONORS JERSEY CITY ARTISTS & ARTS ORGANIZATIONS