Napoli's - 12th & Washington - the full menu

Napoli's - 12th & Washington - the full menu
The best white pizza and steak wrap sandwich in town!

Friday, February 26, 2010

Sign of the times: The Edible Snowman





Ingenuity comes in many forms but this may be a first: a snowman all set to be picked apart if you are looking for a candy fix.  There's no way those lollipops are going to last a day before someone gets too tempted.

At least this snowman won't take it so hard.  Perhaps that was the idea.

Click to enlarge.

All rights reserved, courtesy of intrepid photographer, Jhnnynewman.

Wall Street Journal's John Fund coming to Hoboken


John Fund will be coming to Hoboken to speak at a dinner hosted at Amanda's Restaurant!

John Fund - a member of the "Wall Street Journal"’s editorial board and writes the paper’s daily 'Political Diary.' He has written on voter fraud and election irregularities for the last decade in the "Wall Street Journal," "New Republic," "American Spectator" and other publications. In the past year, Fund has made over 90 appearances on Fox News, MSNBC, C-Span, and CNBC.


The Republicans of Hoboken announce the first event of their Speaker Series 

Topic: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy

Date: March 30, 2010

Guest  Speaker: John Fund

We are privileged to have as our guest speaker, John Fund. John is  a well known journalist for the Wall Street Journal and the best selling author of "Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy".

Location:
Award winning Amanda’s Restaurant
908 Washington Street
Hoboken, New Jersey 07030

Time:
6:00 -7:00 check in, registration
7:00 pm dinner, speaker, book signing

Many New Jersey citizens are aware of the persistent problem of voter fraud in Hoboken, Hudson County and parts of New Jersey. 

We have also seen what voter fraud can do, not only in our local elections, but in our national elections, as well.

We invite and encourage everyone to attend this event and learn how voter
fraud effects the Democratic process. 

It promises to be an engaging and informative social event. 

For additional information contact: Sue Pregibon 908.962.1281