• 13 | From Radio City to Hudson County with Jane Do

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    On the 13th episode of our Tea on the Hudson podcast, Jen shares the latest Hoboken + Jersey City news and interviews Jacey Lambros + Danielle DeAngelo, owners and founders of Jane Do, the fitness studio created in Jersey City — that is rapidly expanding to NYC and Northern NJ.

    The ladies discuss all things fitness, owning and growing a business locally, and how they went from Radio City Rockettes to owners of five workout studios and beyond in the tri-state area. We talk about how to work with your best friend, how they came to be biz partners and BFFs, and what the meaning of a “diff con” is and why it’s crucial to have for any business partners. They also share their Hudson County faves and so much more.

    Later, Lexi comes on for our self-care segment — talking about — not one — but TWO local infrared sauna spots to visit {and how much they cost, what she thought, etc}. Jen shares a unique getaway about two hours from Hudson County owned by a local Hoboken resident, the hidden gem of a phone repair shop in Hoboken, our Hudson Hero + Zero of the week, and the non-profit you must donate to this week — Greener JC.

    Episode mentions include:
    B good, Mile Square Theatre, The Frayed Knot, Hoboken Middle School, Dagmara Wozniak, Newport Eats, GP’s, Panello, The Shade Store, Salvation Wellness, Sw3at Sauna, Jane Do, Bethenny Frankel, Sarah Blakely, Radio City Music Hall, the Rockettes, iPulse Woodstock Way, Olivia’s, Pastrami House, Antique Bar & Bakery, Greener JC, and more.

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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.