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The Center for Sleep Medicine Announces Enhancements to Patient Care


The Center for Sleep Medicine at The Valley Hospital has added several new features to its nationally accredited (American Academy of Sleep Medicine) center. These additions complete the continuum of care for children and adults in need of sleep disorder testing and treatment.

The Center for Sleep Medicine now offers:

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Court Finds That Workforce Of FedEx Ground Drivers Are Employees, Not Independent Contractors

Could Be Liable for Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Drivers’ Operating Expenses and Wages

 Today, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that a class of 2,300 individuals working for FedEx Ground was misclassified as independent contractors instead of employees. As a result, FedEx may owe its workforce of drivers hundreds of millions of dollars for illegally shifting to them the costs of such things as the FedEx branded trucks, FedEx branded uniforms, and FedEx scanners, as well as missed meal and rest period pay, overtime compensation, and penalties.  The case, known as Alexander v. FedEx Ground, covers employees in California from 2000 - 2007. The ruling can be found on the Leonard Carder website at leonardcarder.com.

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2014 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship to Air September 3


Fans of collegiate bass fishing will get the chance to experience the excitement of the nation’s largest collegiate bass fishing event on Wednesday September 3, 2014 when the 2014 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship airs on the NBC Sports Network at 12:30 p.m. EDT.

The BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship is the marquee event of three nationally televised tournaments hosted as part of the Cabela’s Collegiate Bass Fishing Series that includes the Cabela’s Collegiate Big Bass Bash and Collegiate Bass Fishing Open. These no-entry fee events are open to all full-time students of university-recognized fishing programs.

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MaxLite presents Title 24 webinar on September 5

MaxLite, a leading manufacturer of energy-efficient LED lighting solutions, will present a webinar on the topic of Title 24 compliancy at 9 a.m. PST (12 p.m. EST), Friday, September 5. The webinar will review California’s latest Title 24 requirements and inform participants about recent upgrades to the MaxLite product line to meet or exceed its standards.
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“Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs”: Do You Know Weather?

United States Power Squadrons and BoatUS Foundation

Help Boaters Understand Weather Basics Through Online Course

For boaters, sailors or anglers, knowing the forecast and understanding the weather can mean the difference between smooth, sunny sailing or slogging through uncomfortably rough seas. Weather for Boaters, a new online course from the United States Power Squadrons (USPS) and the BoatUS Foundation aims to teach boaters the basics of weather and forecasting so they may recognize and prepare for storms coming their way, interpret cloud formations and wind shifts, learn when to prepare for lightning and thunderstorms, and more.

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Mayors Challenge Update: 13 New Jersey Mayors Commit To Ending Veteran Homelessness By 2015

The Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness focuses on pooling federal, local, and non-profit resources to eradicate Veteran homelessness

See list of resources below / sign up here: mayorschallenge@hud.gov

Watch HUD NJ Field Office Director Maria Maio-Messano discuss the Mayors Challenge in New Jersey:  http://comcastnewsmakers.com/2014/08/12/mayors-challenge-end-veteran-homelessness/

New Jersey – As of today, thirteen New Jersey mayors have committed to ending Veteran homelessness in their cities by the end of 2015. These mayors signed onto the “Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness,” a federal initiative thataims to ensure that every man and woman who has served in the U.S. military has access to permanent housing and the services that will help them maintain a stablehome life.   

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A Visit To Per Se

A Rotary friend from Japan, Woosie, invited www.ParamusPost.com  to a posh NYC restaurant called Per Se. The reservation had to be made at least a month in advance and there was a last minute cancellation fee of $200.00   ..  per person. Per Se  

Never having experienced that before, it was exhilarating to be able to visit the place. Located at Columbus Circle on the 4th floor required elevators and long escalators  to arrive. Of course I had Googled Per Se and learned that they had a Prix Fixee menu of $310.00 per person including Service for a 'Tasting Menu'. Wow! The earliest that Woosie could get a reservation for on Sunday 8/24/14 was 9 PM. This was over a month before. Very interesting.

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Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey Presents Engelbert Humperdinck

 


Engelbert Humperdinck
Sunday, October 14th 2014 8PM

$95, $75, $55, $45 , Tickets available at: www.ticketmaster.com 

or www.bergenpac.org or 

Box Office (201) 227 1030

(Englewood, New Jersey- August 25, 2014)  Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey presents Engelbert Humperdinck Sunday, October 14th, 2014 at 8PM. Reserve tickets to see the soul sensation at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030. 

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Recently Opened: 212 Steakhouse Makes Inaccessible Cuts of Beef Accessible


The brainchild and passion project of entrepreneur Nikolay Volper, 212 Steakhouse is a modern steakhouse with a unique concept: making true Japanese Kobe beef and other top notch cuts of beef accessible to the general public, offering a wide range of the highest quality beef at prices that are 60-80% below market rate. (The discount doesn’t represent a sale or promotion, but rather an on-going and permanent commitment to value and to educating consumers.)
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Someday is Closer Than You Think

By: Everett M. Lo, Regional Public Affairs Office, Social Security Administration – New York

 

For many people, Someday is an elusive day on the far-off horizon—always seeming close enough to see, but too distant to touch.

 

Perhaps Someday you plan to go skydiving. Or enter a hot dog-eating contest. Maybe Someday you plan to ride a mechanical bull. Or travel around the world. Or visit all of America’s national parks.

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New York City/Nantucket Civic Leader Joins Nation’s Leading End-of-Life Choice Organization

Samantha Sandler Named to Board of Compassion & Choices

 Samantha B. Sandler, a civic leader and conservationist who lives in New York City and Nantucket, has joined the board of directors of the nation’s leading end-of-life choice organization, Compassion & Choices.

Sandler is a member of the New York City Center Education Committee, advisor and former board member of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation, and has taught English as a second language at the Nantucket Atheneum. In addition, she has decades of experience as an active volunteer for numerous nonprofits focusing on community development, education and social welfare.

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The Affordable Care Act supports patient-centered medical homes in New Jersey health centers

Obama administration awards over $429,785 to support facility improvements in 2 New Jersey health centers to deliver better coordinated care

Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell today announced $429,785 in Affordable Care Act funding to 2 health centers in New Jersey to support patient-centered medical homes through new construction and facility renovations.  Nationally, over $35 million was awarded to 147 health centers in 44 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. 

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Amber Montana at the I Heart UGG Nordstrom Launch Event

I Heart UGG I Heart UGG is the new tween oriented brand of footwear, loungewear, accessories, and handbags created by the ever popular UGG Australia. Although this unique brand was created specifically for those ages 9-13, I Heart UGG has a collection of fun colors and stunning prints for all ages to fall in love with.
To celebrate their launch at Nordstrom, I Heart UGG organized a cross-country meet-and-greet tour with one of the collections biggest fans—Amber Montana, the 15 year old songstress and actress who is currently a lead on the Nickelodeon show, The Haunted Hathaways.
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Date Change Announced For The Int'l Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York

 EVENT WILL BE HELD MARCH 8-10, 2015

NEW YORK, NY, August 26, 2014 -The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York has just announced that they have new dates for the 2015 event. To ensure enough days to move the show in, Urban Expositions, producers of the event chose to shift the Show dates by one week to Sunday, March 8 - Tuesday, March 10 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. The tradeshow and conference, sponsored by the New York State Restaurant Association, brings together thousands of restaurant, foodservice and hospitality professionals from throughout New York State and surrounding areas.

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‘Summer Snow’ Scores Top Ratings in UPTV Television Debut

Film Was Second-Most-Popular Premiere in Network’s History and No. 1 Premiere Among Women; Airs Again on Labor Day

Summer Snow,” released this summer by American Family Studios, a division of American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) has debuted as the second-most-popular movie in the history of the UPTV network.

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OSHA, NIOSH Publish Recommended Practices to Protect Temporary Workers

Guidance Document Provides Safety and Training Suggestions

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health today released a new educational resource that focuses on staffing firm and client responsibilities for protecting the health and safety of temporary workers. The document suggests recommended practices with respect to temporary worker training; inspection of worksites; injury tracking, prevention, and reporting; and the delineation of the parties’ respective safety duties in staffing firm contracts with clients. OSHA has stated that the recommended practices constitute guidance only and, unless otherwise mandated by law, are not required.

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Korean Independence Day

Korean Independence Day Ridgefield Councilman Dennis Shim, Roy Cho, Freeholder Jim Tedesco (Paramus). Former Deputy Mayor of Palisades Park Jason Kim, Freeholder Chairman David L. Ganz (Fair Lawn), and Freeholder Vice-Chair Joan Voss (Fort Lee) celebrated Korean Independence Day at the County of Bergen.   There were various works of art displayed as well as a Tae Kwon Do demonstration.
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Montclair Food & Wine Festival News

Year-Round Events to Benefit Local Nonprofits

Thursday 10/16 Cru Meets Brew 

Monthly Interactive Culinary Seminars

The Montclair Food & Wine Festival (MFWF) will return in 2015 from June 8th-13th ... but food aficionados won't have to wait till then, because the Festival now operates all year 'round! 

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Late-Summer Heat to Continue Over Ohio Valley


AccuWeather reports  an arm of hot and humid air from the South will extend across the lower Midwest into midweek. The heat will settle over the Ohio Valley on Tuesday. Much of the South Central states have been broiling in a late-summer heat wave since last week, where the combination of high temperatures, excessive humidity, sunshine and other conditions resulted in AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures above 110 F on multiple days. The air began to surge northward this past weekend over part of the upper Mississippi Valley.
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“The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: Adventures and Misadventures in Our Gardens”

The Wyckoff Area Garden Club comes together for the 2014-2015 season.  We welcome members and guests to gather for a look back on this spring and summer in our gardens.  Successes, failures, surprises and lessons learned will be shared and discussed.  This program always proves to be both fun and informative and all are invited to participate.  Bring samples from your garden!

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