Above photo of Mayor Jerramiah T. Healy of Jersey City and his wife, Maureen Healy, at the Inauguration of President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.
In front of a crowd made up of family, friends, former presidents, celebrities, millions of Americans and the whole world watching President Elect Barack Obama became our 44th President and first Afro- American President.
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Hibachi-Fusion Dining -Sushi – Sake Lounge
by Tom Dwyer
When Anthony Franconeri and his brother, Patrick, were growing up in Bayonne, they often rode their dirt bikes on the deserted landfill area along the Bayonne waterfront. They loved riding around the old oil tanks where it seemed time stood still. Little did they know that years later the area would be thriving with cruise ships, a world-class golf course, and a shopping mall where they would build, own and run one of the finest Asian fusion restaurants around.
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By Holly Medalion
So the limos are parked, the gowns and tuxedos have been hung in the closet, or given back, and the bling has been taken back by the designers; the Golden Globes are officially over.
As I sat there that night and watched the who’s who in Hollywood and television, I couldn’t help but think of all the cynicism and backstabbing and day to day antics that go on in this pretty world of make believe.
Economy, Nature and Fashion Influences
(ARA) What’s in store for home decorating in 2009? No matter what your taste, you’ll find a hue in the 2009 forecast of popular paint colors to suit your style. Since the average consumer spends two to three months planning a painting project, now is the ideal time to review your options, see what’s predicted to be popular and choose that perfect color.
Looking to 2009, color experts are seeing three top drivers of color trends — the economy, nature and fashion.
Jersey City Vocal Group “The Heartaches” who sang from the mid 1960s to 1990 was highlighted this month on one of Spains famed Doo- Wop Sites.
Along with Jersey City vocal groups The Concepts, Royal Counts and the Persuassions. The Heartaches have become known as one of the premiere accappella vocal groups of the 1960s
As recorded in the book Acappella Street Corner Vocal Groups – A Brief History and Discography of 1960s Singing Groups by Abraham J. Santiago and Steven J. Dunham
to Visit site THE HEARTACHES
(Credit: Janis Krums)
On thursday A U. S Airways jet on route from La Guardia Airport to Charolette, North Carolina crashed into the Hudson River near midtown Manhattan and across from Weehawken NJ. An investigation is underway to see what brought the Jumbo Jet down but first reports are that the plane may of hit a flock of geese causing problems to one of its engines.
Details were scarce, but television footage showed the aircraft partly submerged in the water, surrounded by tug boats and at least one emergency boat, and what appeared to be passengers sitting on inflated boats, the plane’s wings and fuselage.
Later reports have indicated that the 146 passangers and 5 crew memebers all survived.
Some taken to area hospitals with injuries and suffering from hypothermia. A triage was set up in Weehawken at the Arthur’s Landing Restaurant. Police and first responders and Water Way Ferry’s in the area were on the scene immediately helping passenger off the sinking jet.
Surviors of the crash have reported to the media that the captian of the crashed Airbus saved their lives by bringing the jet to a landing in the freezing cold river.
The 29 year veteran Captain for US Airways Chesley Sullenberger came on the planes intercom system and told the passengers ” Brace for impact“
One survior said that after the captain made the anouncement -it was only moments later that the plane splashed in the water.
Captain Sullenberger past through the cabin of the down plane twice before he himself disembarked to make sure that all the passengers were safely off the plane .
Known as the little town across from New York City, Weehawken has a story all its own. Just in time for the community’s 150th anniversary, Weehawken Historical Commission members Lauren Sherman and Ellen Robb Gaulkin present the local history using more than 200 vintage images in the new book, Weehawken.
The majority of the images in Weehawken are from the Historical Commission’s collection and from a few residents with large personal collections. A number of individuals lent or donated a smaller trove of treasured postcards and old photos previously unknown to the Commission for the book.
One of the Photo’s we at the River View Observer found interesting was Edward Hopper’s painting East Wind Over Weehawken,
depicting the corner of Forty-ninth Street and Boulevard East, was painted in 1934 after a series of eight sketches he did of the site. Hopper found inspiration in the urban scenes of the city and occasionally ventured across the river to Hoboken and Weehawken. The corner does not look much different today; the concrete urn still sits at the corner retaining wall directly across from the American Legion lot. (Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Collections Fund.)
Couple gets married at a Illinois Taco Bell -Sauce packets at Reception say “Will You Marry Me.”
By Evelyn Bonilla
Destiny can play a lot of roles in the life of an actor, and if coupled with dedication and passion the end result can be amazing. Add on to that “love of the craft” and you have New Jersey born actor Joe Sernio.
But if one were to walk his path, one would find that the life of an actor was not something that this young actor had pursue originally. Sernio began his career in the “world of computers”. A graduated of the Chubb Institute of Technology, Sernio received a Computer Technical Support and Network Administrative degree. Pushing ahead he worked in the field about a year, until a tragic event would change his life entirely
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