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CBP Officers at JFK International Airport Seize Over 205 Pounds of Opium

CBP Seizes 205 lbs of Opium
U.S.Customs and Border Protection Officers at JFK International Airport seize over 205 pounds of opium with an approximate street value of $9.3 million.

Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at JFK International Airport seize a shipment of opium which was concealed in acrylic cat figurines.On January 21st2011, CBP officers, stationed at JFK International Airport, examined a cargo shipment manifested as “plastic samples.”

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CBP Officers at Newark Liberty Airport Discover Stolen Chinese Antiquities

Stolen Chinese Antiquities

U.S.Customs and Border Protection Officers at Newark Liberty Airport seize ancient Chinese antiquities with a value of approximately $250,000.

A team of Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) and Homeland Security Investigators (HSI) discover and seize five Chinese cultural antiquities; estimated to be 1,500 to 2000 years old.

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Vote For Your Favorite New Life Jacket Design

Videos Depicting Innovation in Life Jacket Design Competition Entries Available on Facebook

The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water is asking boaters, sailors and anglers to vote now for their favorite new life jacket design entry in the “Innovation in Life Jacket Design Competition”. To view the life jacket design entry submissions – including video footage of prototype demonstration - visit the Foundation’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/BoatUSFoundation   .

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Congressman Rothman Awarded Top Score on Environmental Protection and Public Safety

League of Conservation Voters Gives Congressman Rothman a 100% Rating

 On February 17, 2011, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), received a 100% rating from the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) on its 2010 National Environmental Scorecard. For 40 years, the National Environmental Scorecard issued by LCV has been the nationally accepted yardstick used to rate members of Congress on environmental, public health, and energy issues.

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Burzichelli, Mckeon, Wagner & Vainieri Huttle Bills To Boost New Jersey Horse Racing Industry Approved By Assembly

Legislation Assembly Democrats John J. Burzichelli, John F. McKeon, Connie Wagner and Valerie Vainieri Huttle sponsored to help New Jersey’s horse racing industry continue to create jobs and economic development was approved Thursday by the Assembly. The bills would expand off track wagering and simulcasting, reduce the required racing dates at the Meadowlands and Freehold tracks to create bigger events and allow the state to jointly run racetrack operations with a racetrack lessee during a transition period, as has been proposed at the Meadowlands.

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Assembly Democratic 3-Bill Package To Promote Electric Vehicles In New Jersey Through Tax Credits Approved By Assembly

DeAngelo, Wagner, Coughlin, Fuentes, Benson, Ryan, Wilson, Vainieri Huttle & Cryan Bills Offer Tax Credits for Purchases of Electric Cars & Charging Stations

Assembly Democratic legislation to promote the buying of electric vehicles by New Jersey residents and businesses through tax credits was approved Thursday by the Assembly.

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New “Pull Ties” Kitchen Accessory Offers A Handy Alternative To Help Keep Bagged Food Fresh

Pull Ties

It’s a unique new kitchen accessory that solves an all too common problem for consumers – keeping bagged food tightly sealed to keep in freshness. The new “Pull Ties” are uniquely designed reusable plastic tools that simply slip over any bag top and crimp the opening shut, locking in freshness and keeping air out. Pull Ties are simple to use and work much better than typical food clips, twist ties or plastic clamps. Pull Ties work on many types of plastic bags like those used for breads, cereals, chips, frozen foods and many other snacks. Pull Ties can hold up to 15 pounds and can also be used outside the kitchen to keep bags and sacks from spilling in garages, laundry rooms and more.

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March 13: Heritage Pointe of Teaneck to Address Concerns of the “Sandwich Generation”

Program to Offer Practical Tips and Resources for Adult-Aged Children and Their Aging Parents

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with caring for your own children and your aging parents? If you do, you’re part of the “Sandwich Generation” and you’re not alone. To help members of this growing demographic, Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, is hosting a panel discussion on Sun., March 13 at 1 p.m. to provide valuable information and practical tips for balancing these and many other responsibilities. The educational session is free and open to the public.

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Congressman Rothman: U.S. Must Stand with Israel at the U.N.

Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), a member of the House Appropriations Subcommittees on Defense; and State and Foreign Operations, released the following statement:

America’s support for Israel at the United Nations on the issues at hand is right on the merits and necessary for both America’s and Israel’s national security.

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Today It Seems That Everyone Knows Someone With Multiple Sclerosis. Do You?

Dear Friend of the MS Center:

Holy Name Medical Center invites you to participate in the MS Center’s 14th Annual Spring Fashion Fling to be held on Sunday May 1st, 2011 at the Glenpointe Marriott in Teaneck, NJ. This year, SAKS FIFTH AVENUE at The Shops at Riverside will be our Fashion Sponsor and Mr. Chris Cimino, WNBC-TV meteorologist, will return to once again serve as our Honorary Chairperson.

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The Heart Of Paramus

I live in the community of Paramus; a town of over 27,000 residents. Some see Paramus as the land of the malls and a town divided by Route 4 and Route 17. Some people may look at us not being a true community with compassion and heart. With the shooting of police officer Rachel Morgan; the community of residents and public safety officials came together to donate blood in her honor. Officer Morgan risked her life so that we could be safe. On a cold night Officer Morgan did her job as we all were making our way to a restful sleep having just watched the Super Bowl.

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Cueva Bar's Albondigas Recipe

Cueva Bar's Albondigas
Plunging into a soothing bowl of Mexican meatball soup called albondigas is possible whenever Cueva Bar is open. But what if the tiny tapas restaurant in San Diego is closed? I've written before how one order of Cueva's albondigas -- just four fluffy and teasing meatballs in a slightly prickly, rust-colored broth -- left me wanting more. Here, Cueva co-owner and chef Oz Blackaller shares his personal albondigas recipe. Of course, it's enough to feed half your Facebook friends.

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The New Romantics: The Soft Touch

The New Romantics: The Soft Touch
Hey, all you really need is love, right? But why not love what you wear, too. This spring, fashion designers are sweetening up their collections with all kinds of romantic notions from dreamy dresses to cotton candy colors. Even though there's still a chill in the winter air, you can still turn up the heat and put some romance into your wardrobe. Start by softening up: 

-- With flirty dresses. The florals are flourishing this spring in watercolor palettes and neon brights. Artistic graphic prints are one of the newest ways designers have brushed up on romantic dresses, which gives them a decidedly vintage flair.

-- With bow blouses. Whether you wear one by itself with a pair of soft trousers or layer it under a menswear suit, the silky blouses with statement-making bows are your best bet.

-- With embellished tops. Think glistening sequins, metallic studs, or go for breezy crochet tops: the perfect companion for the season's longer maxi-skirts.

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Be Good and Say Goodbye to Your Deductibles with BoatUS Insurance And More Tips to Save on Insurance

Having to pay a deductible when you have a boat insurance claim could become a thing of the past with the new “Diminishing Deductible” program now offered with all BoatUS marine insurance policies. For every year a boater, sailor or angler remains claims-free, the program automatically discounts the policy’s hull coverage deductible 25% at renewal, until it reaches $0. And once it reaches $0, it stays that way as long as you remain claims-free. (Kindly note that “named storm” deductibles, which apply to hurricane areas, are not included.)

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Industrial Specialist Dean Brody Joins Jones Lang LaSalle

Building on its position as New Jersey’s foremost industrial real estate service provider, Jones Lang LaSalle today announced that it has hired Dean Brody as Vice President in the firm’s industrial brokerage group. Brody is a New Jersey commercial real estate industry veteran who specializes in providing logistics and supply chain solutions, as well as brokerage services, for clients in the sale and leasing of industrial property in Northern and Central New Jersey.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Bolsters Project and Development Expertise in New Jersey with Top New Hire

Scott Lesh

Industry Veteran Scott Lesh Will Serve as Market Lead

Jones Lang LaSalle announced that Scott Lesh has been named the new leader of its New Jersey Project and Development Services (PDS) group. Lesh brings more than 15 years of corporate real estate experience in managing corporate interiors, retail fit outs and mission critical data centers. In his career, he has overseen more than three million square feet of projects with capital budgets in excess of $1 billion.

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CB Richard Ellis Closed Out 2010 With Significant Leasing Activity Within New Jersey's Retail Sector

 CBRE's Jason Pierson completes nine retail transactions in Northern and Central N.J. on behalf of AT&T Mobility, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Burger King

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce that it has closed out 2010 with significant leasing activity within New Jersey's retail sector, after completing nine transactions from Bergen County to Ocean County. CB Richard Ellis' Jason Pierson exclusively represents these national retail tenants - AT&T Mobility, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Burger King, in New Jersey - and closed the nine transactions on their behalf in the last quarter of 2010.

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Osem Usa Changes The Matzah Market

For most American Jews, selecting matzah for Passover was a pretty straight forward exercise. There were few choices and little to differentiate between the major brands. That’s now beginning to change, as Osem USA, the U.S. subsidiary of Osem-Nestlé Israel, the largest kosher grocery food manufacturer in the world, has started to shake things up in a category that has long been about as exciting as, well, flour and water.
Matzah and Passover

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Classical and Enchanting Itzhak Perlman Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC

Itzhak Perlman

Itzhak Perlman is truly the reigning violin virtuoso. He has achieved great success performing and conducting with symphonies and even had the honor of performing at President Barack Obama’s inauguration in 2009. He is of the greatest and most famous violinists. Perlman was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and studied music there before moving to the United States to study at the infamous Julliard School. He made his musical debut at Carnegie Hall in 1963 and began making occasional guest performances in 1970s on television programs such as Sesame Street and The Tonight Show. Throughout his career he had performed for my dignitaries including Queen Elizabeth II at the state dinner at the white house in May 2007. He has conducted in great symphonies such as the Detroit Symphony and has taught at Julliard School.

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Heritage Pointe’s Short-Term Stay Program Eases Winter Worries of Retirees

Heritage Pointe

Full-Service Apartment Rental Senior Community Offers Safety, Socialization and More

Seven snow and ice storms throughout the Northeast have already defied early predictions for a mild winter, catching people off guard, especially older adults who live alone. With more than 60 inches of snow already recorded throughout many parts of Northern New Jersey, many area seniors are choosing the Short-Term Stay Program at Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community.

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