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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JERSEY CITY LIBRARY NOW OFFERS DOWNLOAD AUDIO BOOKS, EBOOKS, MUSIC & VIDEOBEST-SELLING TITLES AVAILABLE ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
photo by NewYorksSixth.com
The Jersey City Free Public Library now has expanded its digital services, which currently include the on-demand video service, MyLibraryDV, with the addition of download audio books, eBooks, music and video. Library cardholders can check out and download digital titles anytime, anywhere by visiting Users may browse the growing collection of best-selling and classic titles. To check out a digital title, users will need a valid library card, personal computer, and Internet connection. Once downloaded, digital titles can be enjoyed on the computer or transferred to supported mobile devices. Many audio titles can be burned to CD to enjoy in the car. At the end of the 10-day lending period, titles will automatically expire and are returned to the digital collection. There are never late fees or damaged items.
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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
“Laisser le Bon Rouleau
P.J. Ryan’s Celebrates Mardi Gras
SEPTEMBER 18, 2008
Herb Fluke’s Quick Picks For Great Food
and Good Fun
908 Washington Street, Hoboken
187 Warren Street, Historic Downtown Jersey City
237 Washington Street, Hoboken
101 Washington Street, Hoboken
117 Montgomery Street (Historic Downtown), Jersey City
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Our new weekly Feature …
RVO Best Picks in Hudson County
This weeks Best Pick For Dog Groomers
GROOMINGDALE’S PET SALON
located at 351 2nd St
Jersey City, New Jersey 07302 (201) 659-5559
When asking around to find a good groomer for our new Shih Tzu- Hanah
We took to the streets and asked people in both Jersey City and Hoboken
“Where could we find the best dog groomer
in the downtown Jersey City and Hoboken area”?
Each person stopped -had the same reply –Groomingdale’s
Out of 10 people asked in both Jersey City and Hoboken
9 out of the 10 said Groomingdale’s.
Hanah’s just as pleased
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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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