Come meet other Hudson County-based creative folks and talk about your projects and goals at an event on Monday. Tickets are available in advance. ×Come meet other Hudson County-based creative folks and talk about your projects and goals at an event on Monday. Tickets are available in advance. Lissner will talk about overcoming all the challenges to get one’s work produced, published, etc. All are encouraged to come talk about their creative or entrepreneurial projects, goals, and dreams. (Her other writing can be found >>here<<.)Tickets to the event, which includes refreshments, are lower priced in advance (click here) and more at the door. For more information, click here. The group Growing in Jersey City, which hosts monthly events around Hudson County for people to get together and network, is hosting an event in Hoboken for the first time, this Monday, Nov. 5, from 7-9 p.m. at Northern Soul bar, one block from the Second Street light rail station. The “creative networking night” will include refreshments.The guest speaker this month is novelist, essayist, and newspaper editor Caren Lissner, whose first book, the humorous Carrie Pilby, was made into a comedy film that’s currently running on Netflix and stars Nathan Lane, Vanessa Bayer, Gabriel Byrne, and Jason Ritter. Lissner’s articles, essays, and political satire have appeared in venues from the New York Times to Atlantic.com. Full-time, she edits the Hudson Reporter newspaper chain.
He had been combining his work in the media with his role as part of Roberto Martinez’s backroom staff with the Belgium national team since 2016.Now Henry is poised to get his shot at management at Villa Park, with the Mail reporting he has been offered the chance to succeed Steve Bruce.Bruce was axed by the Championship club earlier this week after a woeful run of just one win from ten games.The Mail claims that Henry is set to be joined at Villa by a former rival from his playing days – Chelsea great and ex-England captain Terry.Terry made 32 appearances for Villa last season after his 19-year spell at Stamford Bridge came to an end and helped them reach the Championship play-off final, where they lost to Fulham, before leaving in the summerHe officially announced his retirement from professional football on Sunday evening, paving the way for him to start his coaching career, and his return to Villa in a senior role would likely be popular with the fans. 2 Henry and Terry would be an unlikely alliance, given they were once big rivals. battling for major honours with Arsenal and Chelsea respectively.They both enjoyed glittering careers as players, winning numerous trophies between them, including the Premier League and Champions League. John Terry impressed in his season-long spell with the Villans 2 Thierry Henry has emerged as the leading contender to become Aston Villa’s new manager, with John Terry reportedly in line to be his number two.The Arsenal legend revealed earlier this year that he was preparing to enter management after ending his time as a pundit for Sky Sports. Thierry Henry helped Belgium to third place at this summer’s World Cup, but has no managerial experience at club level