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Assembly Approves Wagner Bill To Aid New Jersey Farmers By Allowing For Sale Of Raw Milk


By a vote of 71-6-1, the full Assembly has approved a measure sponsored by Assemblywoman Connie Wagner to aid New Jersey farmers by allowing for the sale of raw milk.

“Currently hundreds of families are crossing our border into other states to purchase raw milk at farms and ‘drop sites’ just outside New Jersey,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “I believe that this is a consumer choice issue, a dairy farm revitalization bill, a jobs creation bill, and an open space bill all rolled into one piece of legislation.”The bill (A-743) would create a permit program through the New Jersey Department of Agriculture to allow for the sale of raw milk in New Jersey.

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Tornado Alley Storms into Liberty Science Center


Thrilling Extreme Weather Film Comes to Life on the Nation’s Largest IMAX Dome Screen
FREE MEDIA SCREENING WHEN Friday, March 18 promptly at Noon. Lunch will be served. WHAT See Tornado Alley, Explore the Doppler on Wheels, Interact with Film’s Scientists WHERE 222 Jersey City Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07305 RSVP 201.253.1335 or mmeluso@lsc.org About the Film

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Jones Lang LaSalle is Named ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year for the Third Time


Global real estate services firm wins award from U.S. EPA based on universal promotion of strategic energy management to staff, clients and tenants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named Jones Lang LaSalle 2011 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year for its leadership in promoting and implementing strategic energy management programs to achieve significant energy and financial savings on behalf of clients, and for its commitment to maximize energy efficiency across its entire operation.

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Family Musical on Temple Emeth Stage



Sheldon Burnston, in the role of Jacob

The Temple Emeth Players present Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the temple social hall, 1666 Windsor Road, Thursday, April 7, 8:00 p.m.; Saturday, April 9, starting at 6:30 p.m. for a Gala Fundraiser with pre-show food tastings by Global Culinary Concepts, wine and soft drinks, plus post-show desserts and a talk-back with the director and cast; and Sunday, April 10, 2:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now, and seats will be assigned in the order that payment is received. Ticket requests - including name(s), date, number of tickets, address / phone and a check made out to Temple Emeth - may be mailed to the office (Attn: Joseph Musical) at 1666 Windsor Road, Teaneck NJ 07666. Prices for the Thursday and Sunday performances are: adult, $36; senior, $25; youth (18 and under), $12; and for the Saturday Gala: adult and senior, $85; youth (21 and under), $45. For additional information and directions, or to reserve tickets after April 1, call 201/833-1322.

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CB Richard Ellis Negotiates Sale of High-Quality, 64-Unit, Multi-Family Asset Located in Long Branch, N.J. For $4.525 Million


- Well-maintained Monmouth County facility is sold to an out-of-state buyer; CBRE represented the seller in the transaction, a New York-based investor, in unique Tri-State deal-

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce it has recently negotiated the sale of a 64-unit, multi-family asset located at 135 Rockwell Avenue in Long Branch, N.J. for $4.525 million. CB Richard Ellis' Charles Berger of the firm's New Jersey Private Client Group (PCG) represented the seller, a long-time PCG client.

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Join Us For The 5th Annual Man-O-Manischewitz LIVE Cook-Off Featuring Celebrity Chef Jacques Pépin!


The One and Only National Live Kosher Cook-Off - Great Recipe Ideas and Over 25 New Products Just In Time For Passover!

We invite you to the 5th Annual Manischewitz Cook-Off featuring legendary Chef , TV Personality, Cookbook author as well host of a new TV series called The Essential Pépin which debuts in Fall 2011, Jacques Pépin!

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Parenting with Common Sense:


Using Your Head as Well as Your Heart to Raise School-Age Children

Parenting with Common Sense is a parenting education group featuring the evidenced-based Common Sense Parenting® model. Through an interactive, skill-based approach, parents learn practical and effective parenting methods to address issues of communication, discipline, decision making, relationships, self-control and school success.

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“Fit Families” Forum on Childhood Obesity Prevention Aims to Help Increase Awareness and Health in Kids


- Thursday, April 14 at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center –

The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) is hosting the “Fit Families Forum” on child obesity prevention in Bergen County at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Chiang Auditorium on Thursday, April 14, 2011, from 4:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. The event will help to raise awareness of the nation’s child obesity epidemic and the influence sugar-sweetened beverages have on its growth, and to inform the lay public and professionals about local efforts to stem the problem and steps that they can take to control it.

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Pet’s Best Friend NJ Emphasizes Importance of Proper Pet Waste Removal to Prevent Spread of Disease


Winter’s Excessive Snowfall and Rain Encourage Bacteria Growth

According to the Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers University, Bergen county has seen between 47.1 and 71 inches of snow since December 2010. As northern New Jersey recovers from one of the harshest winters in recent years, Chris Rago, owner of Doggy Deuce & Pet’s Best Friend NJ, the region’s leading pet services company, urges pet owners to promptly and properly remove waste that has accumulated during the winter and is now exposed as snow continues to melt. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, pet droppings can contribute to the spread of disease from animals to humans (zoonosis), as a single gram of dog waste has an estimated 23 million fecal coliform bacteria which can cause cramps, diarrhea, and serious kidney disorders.

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Gilda’s Club Announces 12th Annual “Laugh Off!” Finale


Tickets are now available

Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey (Gilda’s Club NNJ) will host its 12th annual “Laugh Off!” finale on Thursday, April 14 at 7 p.m. at Bananas Comedy Club, 283 Route 17 South in Hasbrouck Heights. Doors open at 6 p.m In honor of the late Gilda Radner of Saturday Night Live, the clubhouse’s signature comedy competition has become one of the most popular events and fund-raisers for Gilda’s Club members and volunteers. Last year’s finale was sold out.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Bolsters Capital Markets with Strategic New Jersey Investment Sales Hire


Tom Walsh Joins as Vice President
Jones Lang LaSalle today announced that the firm has hired Thomas Walsh as a Vice President with its Americas Capital Markets practice. Walsh, who is responsible for directing the underwriting and marketing of investment property sales in the suburban markets surrounding New York City, is based in the firm’s Parsippany, N.J., office. He will work under the direction of Managing Directors Joe Garibaldi and Peter Nicoletti.

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Dino Mattessich Joins Cassidy Turley as Vice President of Office Leasing and Sales


- Mattessich brings 10 years of tenant representation and agency leasing experience to firm's Teaneck, N.J. office -

Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., announced today Dino Mattessich has joined its Teaneck, N.J. office as vice president of office leasing and sales. In this position, Mr. Mattessich will concentrate in the Bergen and Hudson County markets.

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Hickory Springs Names Finalists In Earthcare Challenge


Student “Green Teams” Advance In Competition Celebrating Earth-Friendly Projects In Schools And Communities
Hickory Springs, one of the nation’s leading suppliers of components to the furniture industry, today announced five school groups from around the country as finalists in its social media competition, EarthCare Challenge II. The finalists now advance on a March-long initiative to implement their earth-friendly ideas for a chance to win the grand prize of cash and furnishings which feature Hickory Springs’ eco-friendly components line, EarthCare Inside.

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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Now Held Twice a Month in Glen Rock on April 4 and April 18, 2011


The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on April 4 and April 18 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue to the second building on the right. The church is handicapped accessible. Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday.

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Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s School of Radiography Ranked #1 in New Jersey



Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s School of Radiography enjoyed an exceptional academic year with each of its 2010 graduates successfully passing the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam. The School of Radiography ranked #1 among schools in New Jersey, with students achieving an average score of 91.3 on the technologist exam. This exceptional score surpassed both state and national average scores of an 85.9 and 84.9, respectively. In addition to this most recent accolade, Englewood Hospital’s School of Radiography also earned 1st place honors in the 2010 Student Poster Competition sponsored by the New Jersey Society of Radiologic Technologists and the New Jersey Educators in Radiologic Imaging.

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School of Conservation Wins $2.65 Million Grant to Become Sustainability Showcase Site


March 17, 2011— The New Jersey School of Conservation (NJSOC), Montclair State University’s environmental education and field research campus, has been awarded a $2.65 million grant by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) as part of a competitive grant program for innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy projects at state facilities. The grant will allow the installation of a 300,000-watt solar farm that will meet all of the School’s electricity needs as well as generate excess power for use by local utilities.

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EPA Proposes First National Standard for Mercury Pollution from Power Plants


Mercury and air toxics standards represent one of strongest health protections from air pollution since passage of Clean Air Act

WASHINGTON In response to a court deadline, today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed the first-ever national standards for mercury, arsenic and other toxic air pollution from power plants. The new power plant mercury and air toxics standards which eliminate 20 years of uncertainty across industry would require many power plants to install widely available, proven pollution control technologies to cut harmful emissions of mercury, arsenic, chromium, nickel and acid gases, while preventing as many as 17,000 premature deaths and 11,000 heart attacks a year. The new proposed standards would also provide particular health benefits for children, preventing 120,000 cases of childhood asthma symptoms and about 11,000 fewer cases of acute bronchitis among children each year. The proposed standards would also avert more than 12,000 emergency room visits and hospital admissions and 850,000 fewer days of work missed due to illness.

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“As You Like It” Opens at Berge Community College on April 14, 2011



As You Like It

“As You Like It,” William Shakespeare’s light-hearted look at forbidden romance, will premiere at Bergen Community College.
The play, directed by Mary Clifford of Highland Lakes, will be performed in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road, in Paramus. Performances are scheduled for Thursdays through Saturdays on the weekends of April 14 through 16 and April 21 through 23 at 7:30 p.m., with additional Saturday performances at 3 p.m.

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Activist Gloria Steinem Discusses Issues of Equality at Bergen Community College, March 28, 2011



Gloria Steinem

Gloria Steinem, a writer, lecturer, editor and feminist, will discuss the shared origins of sex and race caste systems as the keynote speaker for Women’s History Month at Bergen Community College. Attendees also will learn about issues of equality, gender roles and child abuse.Ms. Steinem will speak at the College on Monday, March 28, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in the Gymnasium on the College’s main campus in Paramus.

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