Neighborhood News: JC Library Offers Access to Rosetta Stone, Inside WTC Eataly

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**The Jersey City Free Public Library is now offering card holders complimentary access to Rosetta Stone software. You can choose from 30 languages including English, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, Portuguese, Filipino, Korean, Japanese, and more. This is in addition to its most recent access to select magazines and streaming content. —NJ.com

**Eataly WTC will open its doors to the public next Thursday and both Tribeca Citizen and Gothamist have a photo-heavy sneak peek of what you can expect from the 41,000 square foot Italian market. —Tribeca Citizen, Gothamist

**Chef Flo of Eemas Cuisine recently revamped the food menu at The Citizen. Jersey City Eats has a rundown of the new wings being offered. —JC Eats

**Residents are unhappy about Citi Bike’s new bike stations. Each station, which holds as many as 12 Citi bikes, can take up to two parking spaces, which car owners say they can’t afford to lose. —NJ.com

**A rainbow-colored LGBT flag placed outside The Hair Room on Montgomery Street has been burned down. Investigators are trying to find out if it was done out of a personal grudge, a prank, or an act of hatred toward the LGBT community. —NJ.com

**Looks like we jumped the gun last week. Cellar 335 has posted on its Instagram that it hopes to open “within the next couple weeks.” —Cellar 335

(Image: Gothamist)