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Juvenile Robbed At Gunpoint

On December 5th at approximately 4:45 PM, P.O. Donna Porcaro was confronted by a juvenile resident of Rochelle Park, who reported being robbed at gunpoint near the 7-11 Store on Rochelle Avenue. The victim explained that he was walking to a friends home in Maywood when he was confronted by two hispanic males. The males demanded that the juvenile turn over all his belongings, As this demand was made, one of the suspects pulled a black handgun from his waistband.
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Out in the Silence to be shown again by TIFF and Puffin

Out in the Silence
Out in the Silence, the Emmy-award-winning documentary about religious attitudes toward same-sex unions and the struggles faced by gay teens, will have a second showing thanks to the Teaneck International Film Festival and the Puffin Cultural Forum. The film will be shown at the Puffin Cultural Forum, 20 Puffin Way, Saturday, December 18, at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 and may be reserved in advance at tix@puffinfoundation.org  or by calling 201/836-3499, or purchased at the door if space permits.
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Closings Underway At The Residences At Henley On Hudson

The Residences at Henley on Hudson
Riverfront Community’s New Phase of Condos Welcomes First Homeowners
Welcome mats will soon roll out for new homebuyers at Henley on Hudson as the first wave of closings have occurred at the riverfront community’s brand new luxury condominium collection, The Residences at Henley on Hudson.
The closings are the latest signs of how the Weehawken, NJ community has continued to attract interest from a wide range of buyers, with the first phase of condominiums and multi-story brownstones sold out.
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Alzheimer’s Assn Recognizes The Allendale Community for Mature Living’s Support and Care of Those Affected By Memory Impairments

Elaine M. Winter, Mary Stampleman and Kevin Zitko
The Alzheimer’s Association – Greater New Jersey Chapter recently recognized The Allendale Community for Mature Living for its on-going efforts to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer care, support and research. The senior living campus, which includes The Atrium, Carlton Court and The Allendale Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center, recently organized a team of residents, families and staff members who participated in Memory Walk 2010.
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K Of C Beefsteak Dinner Benefit For Hyundai Hope On Wheels

Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus will put on a charity Beefsteak Dinner, Friday December 10, 2010 from 7:30 pm to 11:30 pm at their hall, 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ. Appetizers of shrimp cocktails, baked clams and buffalo nuggets will precede the All-You-Can-Eat beefsteak dinner and there will be a full open bar included for all attendees. The dinner is to benefit Hyundai Hope On Wheels which funds children’s cancer research and all profits will go to that cause directly. The price per person is $75.00 and is payable in advance in the K of C Members Bar afternoons or at the door. For reservations or more information call Chairman Bob Catherman, 201-707-0214.
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A Fresh, New Look For The Paramus Marshalls

Never Pay Full Price for Fabulous

Marshalls, one of the nation’s largest off-price retailers, located at Bergen Mall (Rte 4 & Forest Ave) just got a fresh, contemporary new look. The store will continue to offer Paramus area shoppers designer fashions, shoes and home accents at prices up to 60% less than department and specialty stores every day, plus add two new features: The Marshalls Shoe MegaShop and The CUBE.
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Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina hosts Girl Scouts At A Gingerbread House Decoration

Gingerbread House Ever on the alert to bring cooking and decorating skills to the forefront, Karina’s Cuchina at Bloomingdale’s hosted two sessions for Girl Scouts to learn the art of decorating gingerbread houses. This is a traditional part of Cuisinart Specialist Heather Wikander’s Hungarian background. Executive Chef of Verve, a catering company, Heather made all the gingerbread houses from scratch, something she has been doing since she was two years old. Making these works of art from her family’s recipe for forty Girl Scouts did not daunt Heather.
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Two Stars In The Culinary Field Recognize Each Other

Two Stars Michael Aram, specialist in cookware and Ninamarie Bojekian of Ooh La La recognized the sterling qualities that each possessed. Quite recently, Michael Aram and Ooh La La staged a cooking demonstration at Bloomingdales using Michel Aram cookware. Ninamarie made some tasty dishes on some gorgeous serving ware.
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Highlights of the Top Ten Trends for 2011 include:

Worlds Colliding: Tech connection from e-readers, to phones, to televisions are the norm, but what about objects like fridges and even dog collars that will connect to the internet?
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Assembly Panels To Consider Shared Services, Restoring Aids Drugs Eligibility & Promoting Statewide Oral Health Campaign

Two Assembly committees will meet on Monday to discuss ways to promote shared services among municipalities to control property taxes and consider legislation to restore income eligibility for an AIDS drug distribution program, create a statewide oral health campaign and combat Huntington's Disease.
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Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run Donates $45,000 to Englewood Hospital

The 11th annual Andiamo Benefit Motorcycle Run resulted in a $45,000 donation to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center's new emergency care center, thanks to the outstanding support of numerous volunteers, police officers, sponsors, donors, and 850 bikers.

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Foundation trustee Don Dickstein and his son, Alan, organized the event with the help of a host of dedicated volunteers, including Linda Dickstein, Don and Alan’s spouse and mom, respectively.
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Hawthorne Gospel Church Annual Christmas Concert

Hawthorne Gospel Church invites the community to its free Christmas concert “Love Has Come” being performed on Saturday, December 11th at 6PM and Sunday, December 12th at 4:00PM. The concert will feature the Worship Community of Hawthorne Gospel Church with more than 160 members, including the Children’s Choir, Worship Team & Sunday Bands, HGC Chorale, Worship Choir, Orchestra and soloists. John W. Minnema, Senior Pastor at HGC, will also share the joyous message of Christmas.
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Walgreens Holiday Gift Drive to Help Vulnerable Children and Families

Walgreens is holding a holiday gift drive to benefit the children and families served by Paramus, NJ-based Children’s Aid and Family Services. Walgreens shoppers are asked to purchase a gift such as diapers, bibs, baby wipes, gift cards, gift sets socks and hair accessories and place it in the gift drive display located in each store. The drive will be held at all Walgreens stores in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic and Union Counties.
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Top Holiday Health Secrets You Need to Know

What would the holidays be without delicious food and a celebratory glass of wine? But indulging doesn’t have to mean throwing healthy eating out the window. Stay satisfied without putting on belly fat or giving in to hunger-stimulating insulin spikes that make you reach for the carbs.
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Heller Industrial Park Inks More Than 4 Million SF of Leases in 2010

Heller Industrial Parks
Customer-Centric Approach to Business, Solar Initiative Spurs Leasing Success

Bucking the trend of growing vacant industrial complexes throughout New Jersey and the country, Heller Industrial Parks, one of the nation's largest privately held owners and developers of industrial real estate, has signed more than 4 million square feet of leases at its industrial warehouse properties to date in 2010, including 2.5 million square feet of space leased throughout its New Jersey properties alone.
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Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina and Ooh La La, A Palate Pleasing Combination

Bloomingdale's Torrential rain and wicked wind gusts could not keep www.ParamusPost.com from watching Chef Ninamarie Bojekian prepare her tantalizing dishes. Assisted by Maria Valaranis Bojekian, her mother, and Karine Abrahamyan, Bloomingdale’s culinary specialist, this terrific trio prepared not only an appetizer that was absolutely scrumptious but also a Shrimp and Melon Salad and a Crunchy Rice Cake With Fig Sauce and Yogurt.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club IPP Mukesh Malkan Donates Funds Locally

Meeting 11-30-10 Using funds accumulated during his term, Immediate Past President Mukesh Malkan decided to funnel his discretionary funds to local charities and organizations. Most recent was a gift of $500.00 to the Paramus PBA. He learned that the PBA was short of funds to carry on some of their gift giving. When PBA President Michael Cebulski was unable to attend, he sent Police Officers Brian McGovern and Mike Kelly to represent him. Malkan has made donations in the previous weeks to local organizations and has some more monies to distribute. Interestingly, most of these groups have a Rotarian as a member.
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Dec.12: Ramsey Wind Symphony to Perform “Holiday Delights” Concert at The Allendale Community For Mature Living

Performance is Free and Open to the Public

Delight in the holidays with a performance of the Ramsey Wind Symphony at The Allendale Community for Mature Living on Sunday, December 12. The “Holiday Delights” concert, which is free and open to the public, will feature seasonal selections and traditional holiday favorites beginning at 7 p.m. in The Atrium Lobby.
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Norma Wellington Hand Crafted Jewelry Show To Benefit bergenPAC’s Arts & Education Programs

Griffin Cuff
Friday December 3, 2010 - 10AM – 9PM - Event is Free

Noted jewelry designer Norma Wellington will mount a one-woman show on Friday December 3rd at bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) in Englewood, NJ, to benefit the arts education programs. The show, to be held in bergenPAC’s Drapkin Family Cabaret Room, will help provide scholarships for underprivileged children attending drama classes at bergenPAC.
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Giving Back To Charity, One Search At A Time

Each time you search the internet via Yahoo-powered GoodSearch.com, a donation is made to your favorite charity or school!

More than 1.5 million people are helping their favorite charity or school this holiday season each time they search the Internet and shop online! And they’re not spending an extra dime doing it!

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