- What ever you are doing on Thursday night it WILL NOT be as much fun as stopping by the new and spectacular Mile Square Theater at 1400 Clinton Street for the “Great Love Debate!”at 8PM.
- If you are love lost, loveless, looking for love or looking to lust up the love, you WILL love being an active participant or just a keen observer in this quaint, intimate, comfy theater space.
- HIR had a sit down with Producer Brian Howie who has taken GDL to 79 Cities and heard the love cries at 159 shows.
- His College buddy, actor, producer and Hoboken Lover Matthew Lawler convinced him Mile Square was just the place for a love chat and
- Panelist Chris Manzo of Manzoed with Children who feels the love in Hoboken in ways only he can explain.
The oldest family run business in Hoboken was started way back in 1906 by John Muller. It’s been one hundred and ten years and ever since Muller insurance has been providing Hoboken residents with their insurance needs along with the personal touch that only a home town family run business can provide. In this edition of Hoboken’s Talking we talk with Roger Muller, who along with his sister Erika, is the third generation to continue the family tradition. Roger enjoys hockey, scuba diving and fishing but his real affection is for the city of Hoboken, it’s people and it’s history.
Whats with the water main breaks and when will the project to fix water mains and repave Washington Street begin. HIR had a sit down with Suez.
As sure as Spring, Lepre-Con returns to Hoboken this weekend, not that there is anything wrong with that. But one concerned citizen who pays out thousands every year in permits and police protection to pull off the Italian (Madonna Dei Martiri ) festival wants to know why he has to get permits and the Lepre’s don’t. The City of Hoboken tells us its because Lepre-Con is a private event, and it doesn’t involve street closures. Well Society Madonna Dei Martiri President John Sciancalepore thinks maybe the city should re-think that. He sat down with Hoboken 411 and Hoboken Interent Radio to tell us why.
The young man in the multi colored jacket with the phone in his ear was born in at St. Mary’s Hospital in Hoboken in 1991. This University Of Delaware Civil Engineering grad can’t shake the music and now finds himself in a wildly successful band called “Episode” here’s what Billboard has to say:
Back in 2014, Billboard first introduced the debut EP from the then-altpop/R&B leaning group Episode, highlighting their stunner of a lead single “Hold On” (feat. Stefan Weiner) and additional production from Thelonious Martin (Ab Soul, Chance the Rapper).
But over the last two years, the NY-based outfit has evolved, trading synths for guitars and a new indie rock sound, now comprised of Daniel Lonner (vocals/production), Eric Sherman (guitar), Brett Daniel (drums), and Giovanni Thatcher (bass).
After the release of their latest single, the rowdy rock anthem “Swim,” today the group shares the final song off their forthcoming EP, a demo-quality acoustic kiss-off track called “Lost In Cali” exclusively via Billboard.
“Last year we took a trip to Los Angeles and worked with producer Rex Kudo (Post Malone, Miguel) on a bunch of a music,” frontman Lonner tells Billboard. “‘Lost In Cali’ is a demo we did while we were out there. L.A. is a beautiful city. At its highs it feels surreal and distorted, but at it’s lows it feels empty in the way that New York feels whole.”
Catch Episode at their next headlining show, March 4 at Arlene’s Grocery in New York City, and if you missed it, stream their new single “Swim”