Today is #CreativeIceCreamFlavorsDay, and #HipNJ is celebrating with Torico Ice Cream Parlor in Jersey City.
First of all, Torico Ice Cream uses real ingredients. Due to this fact, the coconut, pineapple and peanut butter you taste all come from the real thing.
In addition, they have over 65 flavors to choose from! They includes: classic vanilla, sorbets, signature tropical fruit flavors and much more. With these, they also ensure everyone will find his/her favorite flavor!
Torico Ice Cream Parlor is celebrating their 50th Anniversary on July 8.
To commemorate 50 years, the Jersey City shop is taking over Erie Street from 12p.m to 4p.m., treating guests to sweet free samples, prizes and more fun.
For more information on Torico, click here!
The 16-foot tall statue of Geoffrey the Giraffe is being moved from the Toys ‘R’ Us headquarters in Wayne to a New Jersey children’s hospital, and #HipNJ has the scoop!
Joseph Malfitano, whose Malfitano Partners advised Toys ‘R’ Us in the sale of its assets, searched for a children’s hospital willing to take the statue in. Now, Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick has agreed to house Geoffrey.
The statue depicts Geoffrey smiling and raising his forelegs triumphantly. Now, he can continue to bring happiness into the lives of children.
The Magic Garden was a live-action children’s television program that aired Mondays through Thursdays from March 6, 1972, to September 14, 1984.
The main characters and hosts of the show, Carole and Paula, sing several songs throughout each episode usually with Paulas guitar. This entire series takes place in their Magic Garden!
After 70 years the show has decided to come back with 4 episodes that haven’t aired since 1984. These episodes are available for people to watch on PIX11’s, Amazon, Roku, Fire, and Android TV. These episodes were released on Saturday June 16th.
Tune in to re-live your childhood television!