Toilet aquarium (Fish ‘n Flush, via Boing Boing
Aquarium For Your Bathroom
If your just going to sit there, you might as well think of some money making ideas as did Fish “n Flush the manufacturers of this $299 product that fits most standard tank/bowl configurations. According to the manufactures web site this product makes a fun-fashion statement for the homeowner who wants to have something unique in the bathroom.
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Wild Mushrooms Make Three New
Jersey Residents Seriously Ill
Mushrooms eaten from their yards
The New Jersey Poison Information and Education System is warning the public to refrain from eating mushrooms they find growing on their lawns or in the wild after three New Jersey residents became seriously ill and were hospitalized after ingesting wild mushrooms.
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HOW TO MICROWAVE POPCORN
Click Here… Pop Corn téléphone portable micro-ondes
Wow, maybe we all should be using hands free attachments
On Friday, September 5th, 2008, JC Fridays, Jersey City’s acclaimed citywide celebration of arts and culture, will take place once again! All events are free and open to the public and range from art exhibitions, live music, comedy to educational demonstrations and even a fashion show. Those looking to plan their JC Friday itinerary can pick up a JC Fridays Guide at a participating venue or visit www.jcfridays.com for a complete list of events, a map of all event locations, and more details on which events are barrier-free and family-friendly.
JC Fridays was created in 2005 by a coalition of artists, arts organizations and local businesses that wanted to showcase Jersey City’s exciting and burgeoning cultural landscape. Today it is an eagerly anticipated quarterly event, taking place at the start of every season, where both residents and visitors can celebrate the growing vibrancy and distinct charm that Jersey City has to offer.
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Jersey City, NJ – Jersey City native, Daoud-David Williams and his Spirit of Life Ensemble sailed into St. Joseph’s School for the Blind on July 31st to celebrate a beach party theme day for the students.
The band’s rousing energy and distinctive jazz sounds brought out the sun and the smiles as students and staff danced and swayed to the lively music.
Mr. Williams and his band members have made several appearances at the school and generously donate their time and artistry so students have the opportunity to experience a live music performance. The eclectic Ensemble blends a multi-cultural mix of professional musicians who fuse jazz with Latin,
Caribbean, African, blues, funk and gospel rhythms to create a smooth and exciting sound. The collective experience of the band members includes performances and recordings with top jazz icons like the Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Lionel Hampton orchestras. According to
St. Joseph’s Music Director, James Skitka, “The Spirit of Life Ensemble gives our children the opportunity to hear instruments that they wouldn’t ordinarily hear, especially the brass section. In today’s popular music, many of these instruments are not used and children are unfamiliar with their sound. Since our students are blind and visually impaired, there is also a tangible difference when they hear instruments live as opposed to a recording.”
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Hudson Bay Club, The New Collection of 158 One, Two and Three-Bedroom Condominiums
Sales have opened with a flourish at Hudson Bay Club, the new collection of 158 one, two and three-bedroom condominiums being developed by Baker Residential along the banks of Bayonne’s Newark Bay. The community recently debuted to the public with more than 30% of the homes in the initial condominium being already sold. Residences are initially priced from the $280,000s for one-bedrooms, $305,000 for two-bedrooms and the upper $300,000s for three-bedroom condominiums.
Featuring twenty seven different floorplans, Hudson Bay Club will offer upscale living to satisfy the needs and desires of a wide range of sophisticated buyers. All residences will come complete with a host of luxurious appointments and features.
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La Festa Italiana
Saturday Night August 16th
This annual one block feast takes place every August, and has become a Downtown Jersey City tradition for many years. This years feast opened on Wednesday August 13th and its final day is Sunday August 17th.
Located on 6th Street in front of Holy Rosary Church, and the 6th Street embankment, between Monmouth Street and Brunswick Street.
Games -Rides- Food – Entertainment-Wine, Beer, Soda, Aunt Mary’s Rice Balls, Zeppoles, Espresso Coffee Deserts and much more.
Very popular with old time downtown Jersey City residents, especially those who have moved away and visit the feast each year to see old friends and aquaintances. Here’s where they find, old class mates, long lost friends and plenty of memoires.
A fun time for the whole family!
Feasting on Art – Roselle Park Resident
Leona M Seufert displays artwork at
Garden of Eden Cafe
in Hoboken through September 12, 2008
Artist Leona M Seufert displays 2 digital prints as part of Hoboken Hob’art’s group show at the Garden of Eden Café, 226 Washington St. 2nd floor, Hoboken NJ. The show runs through September 12, 2008. Seufert creates her works using conventional media enhanced by technology. A self-professed “computer geek” she has, over the last 3 years, experimented with the unlimited possibilities to realize her creative dreams through the use of Photoshop and more recently, digital photography. Her starting point is either a digital photograph, or a scanned paper collage or a photograph. Then in a dialog between her eyes, her soul, and technology, and using Photoshop to manipulate the images, she aims to unlock the story within the image. Each artwork is the result of many experiments, the process is an artistic delight for her and the result enchanting to the viewer.
Her two prints on display, Old Barn and Photo-synthesis, are part of a larger body of work, a series where her objective was to discover how Photoshop could alter the original image to create something new. She did not apply its filters simply for the sake of obtaining effects, but rather like a painter experiments with new brushes, to see what these effects could contribute to the original image.
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