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Appeal of CANCOlofts Lifestyle Draws Buyers From Throughout the Metropolitan Area


Johnny and Lizza Cruz
Limited Inventory Remaining at Chic Jersey City Condominium

Johnny Cruz and his wife, Lizza Cruz, formerly of lower Manhattan, searched throughout the New York metropolitan area for a year and a half before buying a condominium at CANCOlofts, the hip industrial-to-residential conversion of the former American Can Co. building at 50 Dey St. in Jersey City, N.J.As an architect, Johnny Cruz was drawn to the building's unique design elements: the famed industrial art deco architecture; the soaring ceilings --
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International Classical Recording Artist Cristina Fontanelli to Perform at Bergen Community College, April 7

A well-known soprano is coming to Bergen Community College – but she has no relation to Tony and Carmela.

Cristina Fontanelli, an award-winning singer who performed at the 2005 Stars and Stripes Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C., will visit the College for an afternoon performance Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. The event is free and open to the public.
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Jersey City's The Residences at Dixon Mills Excited to Announce FHA Financing Now Available

Qualified Buyers Able to Take Advantage of 3.5 Percent Down Payment

Since opening, The Residences at Dixon Mills has successfully outperformed the local marketplace as the fastest-selling condominium in Jersey City. Now, with the announcement that the community has available Federal Housing Administration (FHA) financing, which requires only a 3.5 percent down payment, first-time homebuyers are finding that Dixon Mills also represents the best option to own a one-of-a-kind luxury home at an enhanced value.
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Ellen Elias Rocca Honored During Women’s History Month


Ellen Elias Rocca, director of The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources and vice president of prevention and addiction services, Children’s Aid and Family Services, was recently honored by County Executive Dennis McNerney and the County’s Commission on the Status of Women during Women’s History Month. County Executive McNerney hosted a ceremony that honored Bergen County women who have had a positive impact on our communities by sharing their expertise.
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Anthony & Sylvan’s Pool Renovation Specialists Can Help You Prepare for Summer

Simple tips for updating your pool

After a harsh winter, there are a number of ways to update your pool in preparation for the summer. “A great way to celebrate summer is to refresh your pool with simple upgrades that enhance a family’s backyard getaway at any budget,” said Tom Casey, Vice President of Anthony & Sylvan Pools, the largest builder of in-ground concrete pools in the Northeast.
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HHG Development Associates, Prominent Trenton Developer, Sets Standards for Green Building


The Cracker Factory
Solar Power Is Among Offerings At the Cracker Factory In the Trenton Ferry Historic District

HHG Development Associates, a prominent Trenton-based development firm specializing in the adaptive reuse of historic structures, has taken the lead in sustainable development by offering many green features, including solar power, at its residential developments in the Trenton Ferry Historic District in downtown Trenton, N.J. The green features have proved to be extraordinarily popular with buyers, who are attracted by the cost savings, as well as the benefits to the environment.
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Lisa Clark Joins Jones Lang LaSalle's Industrial Team in New Jersey


Lisa Clark
Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it has hired Lisa Clark as Senior Vice President of the firm's New Jersey Industrial practice, based in Iselin, N.J. With 25 years of experience working at some of the industry's most respected industrial real estate owners, Clark brings a unique perspective, as well as a deep knowledge of the conditions affecting New Jersey's industrial marketplace.
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Bergen Community College Officially Purchases Facility at 1280 Wall Street West, Lyndhurst


1280 Wall Street West, Lyndhurst
Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands $13.85 Million Purchase Provides Convenient and Affordable Education for Southern Bergen Residents

Bergen Community College, in conjunction with the Bergen County Improvement Authority, has completed a $13.85 million purchase of the five-story building at 1280 Wall Street West in Lyndhurst, N.J. that it has leased from the Mack-Cali Realty Corporation for almost two years.
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Tickets Available for 11th Annual Laugh Off! Finale


Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey (Gilda’s Club NNJ) will host its 11th annual “Laugh Off!” grand finale on Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m. at Bananas Comedy Club, 283 Route 17 South in Hasbrouck Heights. 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 fundraisers for Gilda’s Club members and volunteers. Last year’s finale was sold out.
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Forget 'Suite' Thoughts and go Eclectic with Furniture


Q: Our new master bedroom is very large and I'm not sure how to handle all that space. We moved in with a Hollywood king bed (no headboard) and a couple of bedside tables. Obviously, we have to buy some new furniture, but I'm not sure what kind of bedroom suite we should get. We are mostly traditional in taste.
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Care Plus Foundation Announces 12th Annual Courage Awards Dinner: JUNE 17, 2010

On June 17, the Paramus-based Care Plus Foundation will honor three individuals and one organization that have shown exceptional commitment, generosity and service to the advancement of mental health at its 12th Annual Courage Awards Dinner. The dinner, which is accompanied by a silent auction and raffle, is the Foundation’s largest annual fundraiser and will be held at Macaluso’s in Hawthorne, NJ.
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'Concern for Haiti Run’ benefits earthquake survivors

Runners, sponsors and donors wanted urgently!

NEW YORK (March 31, 2010)—The earthquake that hit Haiti Jan. 12 triggered a full-scale response by Concern Worldwide, the international humanitarian agency—but delayed preparations for one of Concern’s major annual fundraisers.

All the proceeds from this year’s Concern for Haiti Run on April 10 in Central Park will go to support emergency efforts in Port-au-Prince. “With the rainy season about to bring more misery on earthquake survivors who have little shelter, donations are crucial,” said Siobhan Walsh, Concern’s Executive Director.
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Benefit Concert for the YMCA d’Haiti

You are invited to the hottest night in April….EVER
Join us for a night of Dance Hall Music “Haitian Style”

Benefit Concert for the YMCA d’Haiti
Starring Tabou Combo (….Tabou Combo is world renowned and recently performed with Carlos Santana and Wyclef Jean to commence the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards!)

April 24, 2010
8:00 p.m. to Midnight
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Area Students and Young Professionals Invited to Come Find Their Great Adventure

The Nation’s Leading Study Abroad Expo Comes to New York
New York, N.Y - Those who have had the opportunity to study abroad know it means much more than just opening up possibilities for professional advancement. The intercultural experience of adapting to a world different from your own can be a life-changing adventure! This is why the study abroad customization portal www.expo-studyabroad.com was founded. Since 1997, the portal has assisted thousands of students in finding a program that fits their personalities and aspirations.
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Cabaret For a Cure


Greg Hedler
Greg Hedler, a social worker at the Tomorrows Children’s Institute at Hackensack University Medical Center, is a member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training. As a member, he is currently raising funds to help find a cure for blood cancer and will join team members in an endurance hike of the Grand Canyon this June.
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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club adds another Paul Harris Fellow Recognition

Sunrise Meeting 3-30-10 John DeBouter, Vice President of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club, was awarded the honor of becoming a Paul Harris Fellow by the Wells family. Missing from the Wells group was their father, Past Rotary International Director Ray. His sons, Tom, Peter and Jeff Wells were there to make the presentation. They recounted stories of how the DeBouter and the Wells family would meet at their seashore summer homes and a longtime friendship ensued.
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Getting Casual


When spring fever starts to sweep through your office building, chances are that your prescription will be to throw all fashion caution out the window and get comfy in your cropped jeans and tunic tops. But before you get too carried away with dreaming about tiptoeing through the tulips in your flip-flops, there are plenty of ways to look professional and still loosen up a bit.
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Let Your Child’s Imagination Run Wild at The NJ Children’s Musuem

NJ Children's Museum It’s pouring out and if your kids are like mine they’re already going a little stir crazy. Today is actually the perfect day to head over to the New Jersey Children’s Museum. I stumbled upon this place a couple of years ago. It’s located in a commercial development between Paramus Park and Route 17, near the Valley Health building.
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Spring Cocktails To Match Your Easter Egg - featuring the season's brightest colors!

Spring Cocktail As spring is upon us, it’s time to celebrate warm weather, sunshine and lots of color.

While your family is decorating this year’s Easter eggs, bring the adults together to enjoy a festive cocktail, courtesy of today’s leading mixologists. These drinks are sure to impress your guests and dress up your Easter dinner.

We also have great spring cocktail tips from master mixologist, Milo Rodriguez. By following his tips, you can entertain like a pro – and still find time to enjoy the season’s festivities.

Tips from the pros:
 
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Hunter Douglas Announces New Internet Policy

UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., March 29, 2010 – Hunter Douglas, Inc., the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings in North America, announced a new Internet policy today. Effective June 1, 2010, Hunter Douglas brand window coverings will no longer be sold through the Internet sales channel in the U.S. or Canada.

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