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Honoring the Fallen, One Facebook Post at a Time

Facebook status update on June 15, 9:51 p.m.:
(SET ITAL) DOD announced today the death of a soldier. Sgt. Mario Rodriguez, 24, of Smithville, Texas, died June 11 in Powrak, Afghanistan, "of wounds sustained when insurgents attacked his unit using small arms and rocket-propelled grenade fires." He was assigned to the 264th Clearance Company, 27th Engineer Battalion (Combat) (Airborne), 20th Engineer Brigade, Fort Bragg, N.C. (END ITAL)
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Dealergate: Destroying jobs in the name of "shared sacrifice"

Everything you need to know about the nightmare of government-controlled businesses can be found in a damning new inspector general's report on Dealergate. The independent review of how and why the Obama administration forced Chrysler and General Motors to oversee mass closures of car dealerships across the country reveals grisly incompetence, fatal bureaucratic hubris and Big Labor cronyism. No wonder you won't hear much about the report's in-depth details in the so-called mainstream media.
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Chemical in Plastic Poses Special Risk for Women With Hormone Imbalance

A chemical found in plastic household products may pose a significant risk to women with polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common cause of hormone imbalance in women of reproductive age and a leading cause of infertility in the U.S.

The chemical, Bisphenol A (BPA), is a known hormone disrupter present in a variety of polycarbonate plastic items used daily by most Americans. Familiar sources of BPA include water bottles, milk cartons, food storage containers and the plastic coatings inside food cans.
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The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on Aug. 2 and Aug.16


Dennis Gruenling, Phil Caltabellotta, Enrico Granafei
The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on Aug. 2 and Aug.16, 2010 at 7:30 PM in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock at 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting on the third Monday. The church is handicapped accessible.
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Traveling This Summer? Be Prepared for Motion Sickness

If your summer vacation involves any type of travel, you may find yourself suffering from motion sickness. An estimated 90 percent of Americans will experience the condition at least once in their lives.

Motion sickness occurs when the brain receives conflicting information regarding movement from the eyes, the body and the inner ear. Motion sensors in your joints and tendons help your brain keep track of your body's movement, while a sensitive network of fluid-filled sacs and canals in your inner ear make it possible for you to maintain your balance.
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K of C Hosts 3 ON 3 Basketball Tournament & Picnic Benefit

Three local residents, Andy Heusser, Steven Leonard, and Peter Murray, went to Switzerland to carry their Grandmother’s and Great Grandmother’s ashes to a peaceful resting place earlier this month. What was expected to be an uneventful journey turned life threatening for Andy Heusser. While abroad Andy developed ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) which left him in an intensive care unit in Pontadara, Italy. Unable to breathe on his own and in a coma, he is fighting several severe infections. Andy, an avid basketball player in his spare time, is a strong twenty-five year old with a great lefty jumper who knows how to mix it up inside the paint too. At 6'5" he is a formidable opponent on the court and a soft spoken, respectful man off the court. We all want to see Andy play basketball again, and with prayers and monetary help it will happen.
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CANCOlofts Offers Duplex Penthouses In the Mid-$400s


CANCOlofts in Jersey City, N.J.
Luxury Residential Condominium Offers Unmatched Lifestyle At Amazing Value

CANCOlofts in Jersey City, N.J., is inviting buyers to become a part of their chic, contemporary condominium loft community by owning an extraordinarily spacious duplex penthouse at incredible prices, starting at $425,000. "The duplex penthouses are stunning," said Jodi Stasse, director of marketing and sales at CANCOlofts. "There is no other product in this area that compares to CANCOlofts, much less at these prices - and that is particularly true for our spacious penthouses, which offer incredible value for under $500,000."
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Thomasville Home Furnishings of New Jersey Helps Children in Foster Care


Mr. Edward Massood, president of Thomasville
Several of Children’s Aid and Family Services’ therapeutic group foster homes recently received a welcome delivery: brand new furniture from Thomasville Home Furnishings of New Jersey. The large donation included kitchen tables and chairs, entertainment armoires, china cabinets, end tables, lamps, sofas, bedroom sets and mattresses. Thomasville Home Furnishings of New Jersey president Edward Massood oversaw the delivery himself and even assembled some of the furniture.
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Bergen Community College Student Reappointed to State Committee on Financial Aid

Bergen Community College student Yoel Weisshaus, of New Milford, has been reappointed to serve on the Student Advisory Committee of the state’s Higher Education Student Assistance Authority. The authority provides information on collegiate financial aid programs for students and their families. On the student advisory committee, Mr. Weisshaus will provide a student-perspective on financial aid programs, serving as an intermediary between New Jersey college students and the authority’s board members.
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Wagner Statement On Sports & Gaming Report


Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen), a leading advocate for video lottery terminals at the Meadowlands, released the following statement Wednesday on the New Jersey Gaming, Sports, and Entertainment Advisory Commission report:

"Any recommendation to sell or close the Meadowlands race track is beyond disappointing. I urge Gov. Christie to reject it and instead embrace efforts to bring video lottery terminals to the track to modernize it and allow it to readily compete with other states.
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"Staycationers" - Take a Refreshing Summer "Dip" at The Melting Pot!

Famous Fondue Eatery in Tri-State Area Now Offering Delicious Cold Appetizers, Pacific Islands Themed Dishes and Gluten-Free Fare

By 'Bringing the Shore to Our Store' with new artisan cheese and seafood appetizers, along with island themed dishes, our guests can feel like they're dining miles away from home in an exotic setting. White Plains, NY (PRWEB) July 15, 2010.

The Melting Pot Restaurants of the New York metropolitan area (Westwood, White Plains and Darien) are providing refreshing summer meal options for those individuals, couples and families who are choosing to stay close to home this season. These "staycationers" can now enjoy cold hors d'oeuvres, Pacific Rim-inspired fondue courses and gluten-free menu items.
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Mayor and Council Meeting 7-20-10

Mayor and Council Meeting 07-20-10 Terrific Tuesdays at the Paramus Bandshell may have filtered over to the Mayor and Council meeting. The salute to the flag was rendered by Boy Scout Mark Cristaldi who attended as one of his Eagle Scout Merit Badge projects. The Council meeting lasted all of 40 minutes in which time all agenda items were dealt with and there being no controversy or controversial speakers, Mayor Tedesco began and ended the meeting in record time.
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Temple Sinai PR Tisha B'Av


Six Reform congregations gathered on Monday, July 19th to observe Tisha B'Av, the traditional Jewish day of mourning. Temple Sinai of Bergen County in Tenafly hosted the program that was co-organized by Temples Avodat Shalom in River Edge, Beth El of the Northern Valley in Closter, Emeth of Teaneck, and Congs. Beth Am of Teaneck and Beth Or of Washington Township. Cantors and Rabbis from these congregations chanted and read passages from the Book of Lamentations.
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Dr. Marina Jacobson Answers Five of the Most Commonly Asked questions About Pregnancy


Dr. Marina Jacobson
1. Can I exercise when pregnant?

It is beneficial to be fit prior to pregnancy. It is not recommended to start a new exercise program if you have not exercised before pregnancy. For those that already have an existing exercise routine, whether it is running or using the stair master, the routine usually can be continued with an uncomplicated pregnancy. Certain activities such as kick-boxing should probably be discontinued during pregnancy. But, always check with your doctor.
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Vistamor Using Advanced 3D Technology To Design New Homes in Virtual Reality

Vistamor Development Team in U.S. and Canada Works Online To Bring Project to Life Before First Shovel is Even in the Ground

Utilizing the latest computer technology and Hollywood-style 3D special effects, Vistamor, a new 55-plus community under way in Montgomery, NY, is breaking new ground by creating homes designed in virtual reality.
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Aug. 17: Allendale Community For Mature Living To Host Rotary Event

Meet and Greet Buffet Dinner, Presentation by State Official Open to the Public

The Allendale Community for Mature Living will host a meet and greet event in honor of the new Allendale/Saddle River Rotary club on Tuesday, August 17 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting, which will feature a buffet dinner, is open to the public and area Rotarians are encouraged to attend.

Reservations are required, as seating is limited. The evening’s guest speaker will be Christina Genovese, director of business affairs for the Office of the Governor.
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Pool Safety a Must this Summer Season

Anthony & Sylvan Pools Offers a Number Tips to Safely Enjoy Your Pool

With summer fully underway, many homeowners are escaping the uncomfortable heat and humidity by relaxing in their backyard pools. Anthony & Sylvan Pools, the largest independent builder of in-ground concrete pools in the country would like to remind everyone to stay safe this summer by sharing a few pool safety tips.
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Psychic Jeffrey Wands Comes to Paramus!

Thursday August 5, 2010 at 7:30 PM

Psychic Jeffrey Wands will join us to discuss and sign copies of his book Knock and The Door Will Open: 6 Keys to Mastering the Art of Living. Wands, the author of The Psychic in You, appears frequently on national television, is a popular guest on radio programs across the country, and hosts his own weekly radio call-in program, "Psychic Sundays," on WALK 97.5 FM. His flourishing psychic practice regularly has a waiting list of up to a year for a reading, and his personal appearances, which benefit the WALK for Women Breast Cancer Fund, are always sold-out events.
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New Barnes & Noble @ School Section Makes Going Back to School Fun and Easy!

Educator Open House to Highlight One-Stop Shopping for Workbooks, Manipulatives, Decorations, Art Supplies & More

Going back to school was never so fun - and easy - for the teachers in Paramus. That’s because Barnes & Noble has created a special section just for them. The new Barnes & Noble @ School section at Barnes & Noble Paramus, features a vast selection of workbooks, flash cards, manipulatives, educational toys, puzzles, games, art supplies and decorations.
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MOD Construction Brings Commercial-Style Construction to Residences in Princeton

The Residences at Palmer Square, the new luxury townhome and condominium community now under construction at Palmer Square in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., is being built by MOD Construction Services, which is bringing its commercial-style construction quality to the residential project.

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