Published Articles 4/17/11 – 5/7/11

Wow, I have been so busy, I haven’t been able to do these posts in so long….

The Jersey Journal archive doesn’t even have some of my articles anymore, so I’ll just post my blog entries because all my newspaper articles get posted online at some point anyway. Plus, it means less copy-and-pasting for me. Woohoo!

Hudson County Now:
Jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli to perform at benefit at New Jersey City University
Traffic update: Car accident causes delays on New Jersey Turnpike in Bayonne, delays on Route 3 in Secaucus
Texas Arizona in Hoboken hosts beer pong championship qualifier
Sound healer to hold meditation session in Hoboken
‘Good Day New York’ Glee segment to feature Hoboken High School theater students singing ‘Hairspray’
Jersey City poet starts literary arts initiative on Twitter for National Poetry Month

Hoboken woman runs Boston Marathon for human rights and social justice
PATH trains from Newark to World Trade Center on 10-minute delay
PATH train service on Newark to World Trade Center line resumes normal service
Students still needed for math, science charter school in Jersey City
Garden State Parkway ban on trucks north of Interchange 105 remains in place after DOT reanalysis
Jersey City resident confronts Charlie Sheen at New York City show, now back in running for ‘Tiger Blood’ internship
Jersey City girls, educators, others ‘talk back’ to schools chief on Facebook after controversial comments
Winners of beer pong tournament qualifier in Hoboken to compete in Atlantic City
Hoboken heckler gets $100 refund from Charlie Sheen at Atlantic City show
Website, Jersey City private investigator push to find missing Jersey City woman Shannan Gilbert
Hear about ‘Sir Thomas Lipton’s Extraordinary Life’ at the Hoboken Historical Museum
Jamie Baer Peterson to sing Hammerstein at college fundraiser in Jersey City
Hoboken director’s film about ‘landlord from hell’ to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Man hears loud noise, realizes he’s shot in thigh outside bar in Jersey City
Jersey City pair breaks into church to steal copper pipes: cops
East Newark police hunt for man suspected of carjacking outside Tops Diner
Air problems cause 15-minute delays on three PATH train lines
PATH train service on all lines now resuming normal schedule
PATH train service suspended between 33rd Street and Journal Square, Hoboken
Water main to be shut down overnight in Newport area of Jersey City
PATH train service restored between 33rd Street and Journal Square, Hoboken
Early morning fire displaces two on Jackson Street in Hoboken
Customers begin lining up outside Carlo’s Bakery of ‘Cake Boss’ fame as early as 6 a.m.: Hoboken City Clerk
PATH train service to 33rd Street from Journal Square, Hoboken facing delays
PATH train service to 33rd Street from Hoboken, Journal Square suspended
PATH train service to 33rd Street from Journal Square and Hoboken resumes with delays
PATH train service on Newark to World Trade Center delayed by police investigation
PATH train service from Newark to World Trade Center resumes normal schedule
Dog falls out of window on Adams Street in Hoboken
‘Kate of Hoboken’ to perform ‘Letters To My Mother (But Really For My Father)’ in New York City
College fundraiser in Jersey City featuring soprano Jamie Baer Peterson is canceled
UNO’s Chicago Grill in Jersey City to raise funds for Liberty Science Center
Pair unable to get wallet from Hoboken man’s pants in armed robbery: cops
Roof collapse at 1 Exchange Place in Jersey City
‘Very dangerous’ roof collapse in Jersey City affects PATH train service
Loew’s Theatre in Jersey City to screen ‘The Eagle’ starring Rudolph Valentino
Attic Ensemble in Jersey City to present ‘Steel Magnolias’
‘Cake Boss’ Buddy Valastro appears on CNBC with replica of ‘Squawk Box’ set
Harsimus Cemetery in Jersey City to hold Arbor and Earth Day celebration
PHOTOS: World watches royal wedding of Britain’s Prince William and Kate Middleton
The Theater Company to bring factory of dreams ‘Wonders Inc.’ to Hoboken
Route 7/Wittpenn Bridge weekend closing starts tonight
Artist friends inspired by Hoboken Spring Arts and Music Festival
Hoboken painter Jason Gluskin featured at Hoboken Spring Arts and Music Festival
New Jersey FIRE Bowl newbies Primary Prep of Jersey City places first, heads to championship
PATH train service from Newark to World Trade Center on 10-minute delay
PATH train from Newark to World Trade Center resumes normal schedule
Police investigation delays PATH train from Newark to World Trade Center
PATH train service from Newark to World Trade Center resumes normal schedule
Port Authority police find ‘nothing suspicious’ during PATH train station investigation
Artists, vendors, city come together for Jersey City Festival and ‘Adopt a Lot’ kickoff party
Vigil to be held for missing Jersey City woman Shannan Gilbert in Oak Beach, New York
Hudson County stores to participate in Free Comic Book Day on Saturday
Jersey City teens’ original anti-drug song makes finals of Shout Down Drugs contest
Cinco de Mayo Festival and Parade to be held in Jersey City
Jersey City to hold Autism and Special Needs Fair today
PATH train service into World Trade Center to be suspended for Obama visit tomorrow
Delays on Route 1&9 in North Bergen, Route 3 in Secaucus
PATH train service suspended in and out of World Trade Center for Obama’s visit
North Bergen Mayor Sacco and teen performer collaborate on rap campaign ad
Hoboken museum has ‘sweet’ new walking tour
Justin Nozuka to perform Japan benefit concert in Jersey City
PATH train from Newark to World Trade Center delayed by car equipment problems
PATH train service from Newark to World Trade Center resumes normal schedule
Most found out about Osama bin Laden’s death through Facebook: Jersey Journal poll
Union City teen singer makes semi-finals of TV talent show

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About Summer Dawn Hortillosa

Summer Dawn Hortillosa is a journalist specializing in arts and entertainment. Among other things, she is also an award-winning playwright, director, singer-songwriter and actress. Her work has been seen in The Jersey City Independent, The Jersey Journal and other publications.
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