Roger Muller is a Hoboken Institution. He runs an insurance business on Washington Street started by his grandfather in 1906. What does he need and want from a new administration? Well the Washington Street project takes another hit, along with bump outs and bike lanes.
He’s got some suggestions too, like resources from the state and county to help deal with the homeless, build and ice rink and a pool and above all, let’s forgetabout party lines and work together for a better Hoboken,
First time authors talk about their lives, their motivations and how they managed to get their first book published.
From a dog lover who bit off more than she could chew to the story of a woman who survived being kidnapped for 5 hours, nearly raped and left for dead. Everybody’s got a story but not everybody gets it published
Podcasting Class is underway at the Hudson School
We’re learning the basics. Getting use to talking to anyone, at any time about anything.
Using the Microphone properly. Forming questions while still trying to be conversational.
This is our first project and its not perfect. We have mic levels all over the place as the kids learn placement for themselves
and the people they’re interviewing and some IPhone recording quality is also an issue.
But that’s what the class is about, figuring out all the little things that go into making a podcast and we’re just talking vocals.
I hope to post our progress on a regular basis.
I’m already so proud of every single one of my students. They’re all smart, passionate and wildly enthusiastic. Whats better than that?
Giant Peanut butter cups on Halloween maybe.
HIR Sits Down With Joseph Gallo to chat about his new play being presented at Mile Square Theater entitled, “Long Gone Daddy.”
Long Gone Daddy chronicles the comic misadventures of becoming a stay-at-home father. From Bruce Springsteen concerts to OBGYN appointments to the Hoboken playgrounds and back again, Gallo’s semi-autobiographical play also wrestles with the memory of his own Dad, a former fireman, and the existential question, “When does a father earn the right to be called Dad?”
Recommended for audiences 16 and up.
JULY 21 – AUGUST 7
Thurs-Sat @ 8pm • Sun @ 3pm
Tickets: $20 • $12 students/seniors
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Wednesday, July 20 @ 8pm