River View Observer asks?-Will Hudson County Residents Drink NYC Bottled Water?

Their Marketing information has the tag line:

 No Glaciers Were Harmed Making This  Water or Not From The Top Of Some Far Away Mountain and The Anti-Bottle Water, Bottled Water

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If you havent figured it out already, this marketing information is from a company selling bottled water but just not any water –NYC tap waterThe company Tap’d NY .Their tap’d NY Manifesto for the New  Age states…Year after year, bottled water companies have told us that their water was somehow healthier or better for us than our own water. They spent billions of dollars on marketing to make us believe that we needed exotic water, in sleek packaging, from far away Arctic glaciers, tropical islands, and European volcanoes. We fell for the fancy marketing gimmicks, too, and the brands we drank started to become status symbols. But we’re New Yorkers and are ready for an honest change.  It’s time for a better way of thinking, er, drinking: A Tap’dNY Manifesto for the new age.

For more informaiton         http://www.tapdny.com/index.php  

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River View Observer Local Theater Best Pick-The Sisters Rosensweig at The Attic Ensemble

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       http://atticensemble.org September 19-28,         

By Wendy Wasserstein
Directed by Sherrie Ahlin

The Sisters Rosensweig follows the reunion of three Jewish sisters who come together for a visit in Queen Anne’s Gate, London, and the joys and struggles they share concerning romance, careers, childhood, and family–joys and struggles with which we all identify, not only as women but as human beings.

 Featuring:

Jean Brookner, Meredith Burns, Art Delo, Hugh Heckman, David Hoffman, Ana Jacome, Michael Rhett and Victoria Steele

Performances are September 19-28, 2008: Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm; Sundays at 3 pm and Thursday September 25 at 7 pm. and Sunday Matinees at 3 pm.
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Hoboken’s Neumann Leathers Teams with Maxwell’s in Fundraiser Drive

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Hoboken’s legendary music venue, Maxwell’s (www.maxwellsnj.com) will play host this month to the largest fundraiser yet for the Neumann Leathers Tenants Association (NLTA), http://neumanntenants.org in an effort to save the city’s last large arts complex from being demolished.

“Exhibit A”  is an art opening of Neumann artists at Maxwell’s, Sept. 15 at 7 p.m., which will feature figurative, representational works and photography. The show previewed  Sept. 6 and runs through Sept. 26.
“Exhibit B” is a second art opening of Neumann artists at Mawell’s, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m., which will feature abstract works. The show will run through Oct. 17.
A Musical Benefit performance at Maxwell’s, also on Sept. 29th. Performers will include Yo La Tengo, Outpost, the Jeremy Wallace Trio and Bob Burt’s Five Dollar Priest. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets are $25.

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ART VIEWS-River View Observer-Deliverance:

The Art Of Ben Jones 1970 – 2008 – Opening Reception Jersey City Museum

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 Ben Jones –Black Face & Arm Unit, 1971
Acrylic on life-size plaster casts, 30 pieces, life size (arms/masks) Collection of the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey

Main Galleries
September 18, 2008 – February 22, 2009

Opening Reception: September 25th, 2008

This major retrospective of the work of Ben Jones features a complete survey of the artist’s work, dating from the mid 1970s through his most recent paintings. “Deliverance” explores various aspects of the artist’s body of work, and delves further into its close relationship to religions of the African diaspora.

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River View Observer Re- Read of Hoboken Resident -Joe Pantoliano’s Book-Who’s Sorry Now?: The True Story of a Stand-up Guy

River View Observer Takes a Second Look at Hoboken Resident Joe Pantoliano’s Book “Who’s Sorry Now? The True Story of a Stand-up Guy by Joe Pantoliano, David Evanier

 joey-pants.jpg Everyone knows him from the HBO hit show The Soprano’s as Ralph Cifaretto, and he has starred in well over sixty movies, including The 2009 movie The Job now in post production and “To Live and Die”also in post production; and some of  his other movies :The Matrix, Memento, Bound, The Fugitive, The Goonies, Midnight Run, Empire of the Sun, Eddie and the Cruisers, but before this Hoboken resident met the likes of  Tony S and his family

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River View Observer’s- Fashion Pick of the Month

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Eclectic Handbag E-Boutique

Use Code RIVER20 for a 20% discount, free ground shipping(in US) and an additional FREE eco-tote with purchase. 

Fresh and eclectic e-Boutique, stefaniBags.com  Founded by handbag aficionado, Monica Prestia, stefaniBags.com offers both modern, functional classics and chic, independent styles that transcend time and trend.

Featured contemporary brands include, but are not limited to: Cynthia Rowley, Foley & Corinna, Olivia Harris, Alexis Hudson, Jenny Yuen, Bliss Lau, Jalda, Abas, Matt & Nat, Elliott Lucca and Linea Pelle. Price points range from $200-$850.

“I wanted to create the Cybil of handbag websites—offering customers something unique and special; something for every personality.” Continue reading River View Observer’s- Fashion Pick of the Month

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