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Woodmont Properties Promotes Several Key Staff Members

Staff Commended for Contributions to the Company’s Continued Success

 Woodmont Properties, one of New Jersey’s foremost developers of luxury residential communities, today announced that several key staff members have been promoted, a reflection of the company’s continued growth in the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania markets.

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Performing Arts Center On Sale July 25th 2014

Midtown Men

Friday, September 26, 8PM

$39, $29, $19



Saturday, January 10th, 8PM 

$60, $45, $35

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NY’s Café Grumpy Competing for America’s Best Coffeehouse

Café Grumpy will be going to Portland to compete for the title of DaVinci Gourmet’s America’s Best Coffeehouse this October at Coffee Fest Portland! Coffee Fest, a tradeshow for specialty coffee since 1992, will be holding this year’s final rounds of their DaVinci Gourmet’s America’s Best Coffeehouse in Portland, OR, at the Oregon Convention Center on October 17-19, 2014. Café Grumpy earned its seed at Coffee Fest New York this past March where it was named as a regional champion. They were named as DaVinci Gourmet’s America’s Best Coffeehouse for the eastern region. The six regional champions will come together to compete for the top prize of $10,000 and the title of America’s Best Coffeehouse of 2014.

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40 U.S. Civil and Human Rights Groups File U.N. Report on Racial Discrimination

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, The Leadership Conference Education Fund, and 38 other civil and human rights organizations have filed a report with the United Nations documenting areas where the United States has fallen behind in its obligations under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD).
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Is it Drowning, or Electric Shock Drowning?

What You Need to Know to Help Save a Life

 While standing at the end of your boat dock, you see a person struggling in the water. Do you recognize that the person is drowning, or is something else going on? And what should you do? Doing the right thing could help save someone else's life, and might keep you from losing yours.

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Circumcision Does Not Promote Risky Behavior By African Men

Men do not engage in riskier behaviors after they are circumcised, according to a study in Kenya by University of Illinois at Chicago researchers.


Three clinical trials have shown that male circumcision significantly reduces the risk of acquiring HIV in young African men. However, some experts have suggested that circumcision, if promoted as an HIV preventive, may increase promiscuity or decrease condom use. This 'risk compensation' could diminish the effectiveness of medical male circumcision programs.

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Rep. Pascrell Lauds Unveiling of New Paterson Housing Development

Mixed income community developed through $18.4 million HUD grant

PATERSON, NJ – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today lauded the unveiling of the Heritage Community Center at Alexander Hamilton, a 271 unit public housing development made possible through a $18,400,00 HOPE VI Grant from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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Colliers Q2 Report: North, Central New Jersey Office Market Undergoing Metamorphosis

--Redevelopment projects, expansions, tax incentives drive activity as demand remains steady--

 The commercial real estate landscape in the North and Central New Jersey office markets is undergoing a metamorphosis, with major occupiers expanding, consolidating, or investing in their own sites, according to new research from Colliers International. In fact, two large-scale redevelopment projects, a major expansion, and tax incentive grants played a significant role in this sector as the overall demand for space remained steady in the second quarter of 2014.

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Less than 3 Percent of Population Homosexual, Says New CDC Study

American Family Association Says Efforts to Normalize Unhealthy Behavior Is Pushed by Extremely Small Population

Even though the American public thinks the figure is much higher, less than 3 percent of the U.S. population identify themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual, according to the first large-scale government survey measuring Americans’ sexual orientation, conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Pic Falls Foul Of The Elements During Challenging Hockenheim Weekend

Saturday’s oil pressure issues cost Arthur maiden GP2 podium

• Soaking Sunday conditions thwart the Frenchman’s chances


Arthur Pic’s season-best qualifying performance went unrewarded during a frustrating sixth GP2 Series round at Hockenheim last weekend (July 18-20) when an oil pressure issue – caused by the hot weather – ended his chances of scoring a first podium in Saturday’s Feature Race.

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Faith Space - Peace Photo Exhibit

Event sponsored by Rotary District 7490 and brought from Smile Education and Development Foundation, Yangon Burma -- pop up peace photo show will be held ​Tuesday July 22, 2 to 9 pm at Paramus Library Peace Park (116 East Century Rd) in partnership with Paramus Rotary.
Summer Concert featuring Total Soul - starting @ 7:30 pm .​

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228 From North America Head To Israel Tomorrow From JFK, Despite War In Gaza

100 children and their families from the U.S. to start new lives in the Jewish State
 Despite the war in Gaza, 228 new Olim (immigrants) from the United States and Canada will depart from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport tomorrow, July 21, on a Nefesh B’Nefesh charter flight to Israel. Of these Olim, a remarkable 100 are children who are making Aliyah with their parents.

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General Wesley Clark coming to Bergen County in Support of Jim Tedesco

Jim Tedesco Hackensack, NJ – The race for Bergen County Executive does not normally attract the attention of Four-Star Generals, but on August 6th, General Wesley Clark (ret.) will join Freeholder Jim Tedesco, the Democratic nominee for County Executive, for two events in support of Tedesco’s campaign.  General Clark, who was Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, will first speak in Fair Lawn at a veteran’s community forum hosted by Tedesco before then headlining a campaign fundraiser that evening.
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Economic Data Initial Jobless Claims Fell 3k To 302k In The Week Ending July 12

The four-week moving average, a less-volatile measure than the weekly report, declined from 312k to 309k, the lowest since June 2007.

Initial Jobless Claims with 8-week Average Source: Bloomberg Bottom Line: Initial jobless claims continue to decline, suggesting further improvement in the US labor market. Although, even coupled with months of impressive headline job creation, the improvements seen thus far have not translated into wage pressures, a presumed, unofficial prerequisite for the Fed to initiate rate increases.

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Turn Off the TV and Start Moving!

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Dr. Sherrita Bhagan-Bruno of ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley Offers Exercise Tips for Your Heart and Your Well-Being

Suffern, N.Y. (July 17, 2014) – Recent research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association finds that adults who watch TV three hours or more a day may double their risk of premature death from any cause.  According to Dr. Sherrita Bhagan-Bruno, M.D., F.A.C.C. of ColumbiaDoctors of the Hudson Valley, sedentary behavior is an increasing trend. She recommends adults turn off the TV and start moving.

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Brain-Eating Amoeba Linked to Summer Heat and Drought

AccuWeather Global Weather Center -- 16 July 2014 --AccuWeather reports a heat-loving, brain-eating amoeba, known as Naegleria fowleri, has claimed the life of a 9-year old Kansas girl.

Hally Yust, of Spring Hill, Kansas, died last week after developing an infection caused by the amoeba, according to WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Missouri. There were several potential exposures to fresh water in Kansas, so officials have not determined which body of water she may have contracted the amoeba, the Kanasas Department of Health and Environment said in a release.

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Reps. Pascrell, Rooney Urge FIFA to Address Concussion Safety

Lawmakers cite dangerous collisions in Would Cup as need for concussion protocols

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Reps. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) and Thomas J. Rooney (R-FL), co-chairs of the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force, wrote to Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) President Joseph Blatter urging FIFA to implement protocols that would better protect its athletes from the dangers of traumatic brain injuries. The dangers of sports-related concussion were on full display during this year’s World Cup, where several players were left in obvious pain and allowed to return to play almost immediately after receiving blows to the head.

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Mountain Island Lake Gets 24-Hour TowBoatUS Coverage

On the Water Assistance When You Need It

CHARLOTTE, NC, July 15, 2014 – For years, boaters and anglers stuck with a dead battery, dead engine or empty fuel tank out on Mountain Island Lake had to hope that someone would get them back to the boat launch or dock. That’s because the lake had no around-the-clock on water boat towing service. Local law enforcement only patrolled the lake on weekends and provided tows, which was also likely not the best use of the officer’s time or taxpayer dollars. That has all changed with the opening of TowBoatUS Mountain Island Lake, a 24-hour on water towing and assistance service for routine breakdowns. The new location is the third for Capt. Derek DeBord and his wife, Cheryl, who are owners of nearby TowBoatUS Lake Wylie and TowBoatUS Lake Norman.

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Sunset Rotary Club Hosts Louis Kleinman from Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance

[media20140717213057495]Members of Sunset Rotary Club – Central Bergen, at a recent meeting, were delighted to have as their distinguished guest, Louis Kleinman who is Outreach Coordinator & Alliance Partner Liaison for the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance (MWA). He was greeted by Tom Shea, Club President and long time Ridgewood resident. Louis joined MWA, originally aiding in the coordination of City of Water Day and assumed added responsibilities. He is an environmental and preservation activist with a Masters degree in international trade, and has substantial commercial experience in that field.
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Pascrell Statement on Passing of Congressman Robert A. Roe

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) released the following statement on the passing of former Congressman Robert A. Roe, who represented New Jersey in the United States House of Representatives for over twenty-three years, serving from November 4, 1969 to January 3, 1993:

“It is with deep sadness that I learned of the passing of my good friend, Congressman Bob Roe. A true champion of transportation throughout the country, people unknowingly witness Bob’s legacy through the many roads, highways and bridges they travel each and every day. In fact, the federal building which houses my district office is named after him, a fitting tribute to Bob’s work on behalf of the people of New Jersey. As Chairman of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, Bob succeeded in passing a bipartisan transportation reauthorization that both Democrats and Republicans could be proud of.  As we struggle with a long term solution to funding the Highway Trust Fund, I only wish we had some of Bob’s bipartisan leadership today.  My thoughts and prayers go out to Bob’s family during this difficult time.”

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