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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

SweeTango Apple Crop Triples in 2011


Highly anticipated Honeycrisp offspring to be widely available in September;
Register to win “An Apple A Day, The SweeTango Way”

Excitement has been building for years for new SweeTango® apples and there will be a lot more to bite into this fall – possibly three times as many as 2010. A cross between the popular Honeycrisp™ and Zestar!™  varieties, SweeTango® began gracing store shelves in limited quantities in 2009.

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OWC 8GB Memory Modules ‘Supercharge’ 2011 Apple MacBook Pro & Mac mini with 16GB RAM -- Double the Factory Maximum Memory


Other World Computing (OWC®) http://www.macsales.com, a leading zero emissions Mac® and PC technology company, announced today that its in-house MaxRAM™ tested and verified compatible OWC DDR3 1333MHz 16GB Memory Upgrade Kit ‘supercharges’ 2011 Apple® MacBook® Pro and Mac mini models by doubling the Factory maximum offered memory. The OWC 16GB Memory Upgrade Kit, now priced at $929.99, joins existing popular OWC memory upgrade kits for MacBook Pro and Mac mini models including the 8GB Memory Upgrade Kit priced at $71.99, which offers savings up to 70% compared to the same sized Factory installed 8GB option.

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The Englewood Economic Development Corporation & Bergen Performance Arts Center Bring Performances To Downtown Englewood


 Starting Thursday August 18th Until Thursday September 29th
The Englewood Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) in cooperation with bergenPAC is pleased to announce its free "Music Downtown" series. Taking place at different restaurant locations starting Thursday, August 18th with Tony Cimorosi Group who will perform at the newly expanded Blue Moon Restaurant on Palisades Avenue in Englewood, New Jersey.

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Entertainment Galore at NJ Friendship Circle's Fundraiser Walk and Fair


Friendship Circle of Bergen County is hosting its fifth annual New Jersey Friendship Walk on Sunday, September 11th 2011. The event will comprise of a one-mile walk, followed by a community fair to raise awareness for the organization and its programs to support local children and teens with special needs.

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U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Reiterates Call For Port Authority Audit At Toll And Fare Hike Hearings


Calls on Governor Christie to Veto Proposal
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey held public hearings to hear from New Jersey residents and commuters on how their proposed toll and fare hikes would affect them. U.S. Senator Robert Menendez sent a statement that was read at the hearing in Jersey City this morning, expressing his concern about how a 50% toll increase and a $1 fare increase would hurt working families and businesses.  Senator Menendez’s statement follows: 

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Congressman Rothman Reminds Seniors to Check if they Qualify for Lower Prescription Drug Prices


This month, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that approximately two million low-income Medicare beneficiaries are eligible for the Low-Income Subsidy Program, but remain unenrolled. Were these individuals to take advantage of this program they could pay less than $6.30 for prescription drugs and less than $2.50 for generic drugs.

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Wagner, Barnes & Lampitt Bill - Provide Incentives To Keep Successful NJ College Graduates In State Introduced By Assembly P


 Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Peter J. Barnes and Pamela Lampitt on Tuesday touted new legislation to encourage New Jersey's best and brightest college graduates to stay in New Jersey to start their careers.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 8-16-2011


Mayor and Council meeting 8-16-11
The highlights of the Mayor and Council meeting were the return of our heroic Little Leaguers, The award of $79,881.82 for recycling presented by NJ State Senator Bob Gordon and NJ Assemblywoman Connie Wagner, the return to health of Senior Director Eileen McDowell and the appointment of Judith Migliaccio as Health Officer. I might add that the meeting started almost on time and ended before 9 PM. Even the sound system worked.

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Laughing in the Face of Danger


A Stanford University study reports that humor, especially the positive kind, helps people better cope with frightening or disturbing events by forcing a change of perspective and a new appraisal. Negative humor works too, but not as well.

Writing in the journal "Cognition and Emotion," the Stanford scientists showed study volunteers a series of specialized images categorized by their emotional content. After viewing the pictures -- car crashes, corpses, scary animals, dental exams -- the participants were asked to rate the intensity of their emotions, positive or negative.

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There’s A New Ann In Town: Ann Taylor Opens New Concept Store in The Mall at Short Hills, New Jersey


A New Ann Taylor in Short Hills
Ann Taylor announces the opening of the brand’s new concept store in The Mall at Short Hills on Friday, June 24, 2011 marking the brand’s first new concept store in New Jersey. The grand opening will be celebrated with a private luncheon on Friday, July 22 co-hosted by Kate Dimmock, People StyleWatch Fashion Director and Today Show Fashion Contributor in partnership with Susan G. Komen North Jersey, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising breast cancer awareness in the North Jersey area.

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Maywood Mayor Tim Eustace Tells Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club About Kenya Project


Meeting 8-16-11

Fellow Rotarian Mayor Tim Eustace spoke to the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club about his trip to Kenya. Along with other Rotarians, he spearheaded the visit to Kenya, their main purpose to build a school; their secondary purpose to attend to the well being of the residents of the remote village. A visitor there for many years, Tim Eustace has helped build schools and classrooms. He has made it a lifelong project! Despite the fact that he has thrown his hat in the ring as a candidate for the NJ State Assembly along with Assemblywoman Connie Wagner, he forsook his political campaign to make the trip.

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Paramus Little League Team Returns To Paramus


[media:20110815213346925]Never has a team so little won the hearts of the residents of Paramus. While they may have been defeated in the final game, they are heroes in the hearts of Paramus. Of course we hoped for a victory over their tough opponent, but they valiantly played to the end. If Mayor Rich LaBarbiera had the means to conduct a ticker-tape parade, I'm sure that he would have. Congratulations to our returning team, heroes all. Affectionately they are known as our Smurfs!

Thank you to all the members of the team for putting up a courageous battle and thank you to the parents and friends who have supported them.

This picture was through the courtesy of Mark Distler. Thank you Mark!

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New Jersey Industrial Market Continues to Stabilize in Second Quarter 2011


Encouraging signs foster cautious optimism, rents expected to rise over next 12 months
— Despite mixed data, encouraging signs are fostering cautious optimism in both the Northern and Central New Jersey industrial real estate markets, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. The firm’s second quarter 2011 New Jersey industrial market report shows that the state’s industrial market is moving toward stabilization, buoyed by new construction projects, the recent Port Newark lease extension, and strong investor activity.

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Children’s Stories: Reality Versus Fantasy


Throughout history, countless children’s stories have been written, from Little Red Riding Hood to Snow White. These and others have thrilled and sparked children’s imaginations. While fantasy stories have always been wonderful for instilling creativity in children, there are numerous benefits to exposing them to “real life” situations in a fun and creative way.

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Marijuana Stop In Rochelle Park


On August 11th at 11:10 pm, Rochelle Park police were called to check on a suspicious vehicle.  As police were arriving on the scene, the vehicle in question left the area, but was observed pulling off of Colling Avenue onto Central Avenue.  Officer Dean Pinto stopped the vehicle on Rochelle Ave. just a short distance away.  A strong odor of burnt marijuana was coming from both the vehicle and its occupants.  After a brief on scene investigation the two occupants were arrested.  Kylee Slater age 19 of Clifton, and Justin Arenas age 21 of Totowa, were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  The driver was additionally charged with motor vehicle violations.  P.O. Ed Kukalski assisted in the arrest.

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Englewood Economic Development Corporation and Bergen Performance Arts Center Brings Performance to Downtown Englewood


[media:20110815133036515 width:240]The Englewood Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) in cooperation with bergenPAC is pleased to announce its free "Music Downtown" series. Taking place at different restaurant locations starting Thursday, August 18th with Tony Cimorosi Group who will perform at the newly expanded Blue Moon Restaurant on Palisades Avenue in Englewood, New Jersey.

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Open House of the German School of Connecticut in Stamford on 9/3/11 at the Rippowam Middle School


An informational Open House in Stamford will be held on Saturday, September 3th, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at 381 High Ridge Road,  Rippowam Middle School in Stamford.  This event is open to the public. Registration information, teachers and school officials for new and continuing students will be available and also explain any cultural activities the school participates in during the year. The first class of the semester starts Saturday, September 10th at 9:30 a.m.

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Newly Updated Space Odyssey USA In Englewood, New Jersey Celebrates 6 Years Of Partying!


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Click the Link for a Sneak Peak into SPACE!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBDB-KmEZGQ&feature=related

Free Ice Cream Cake When You Book a Party in September!

Space Odyssey USA of Englewood is celebrating six years of being the number one birthday party destination in the tri-state area! Voted the number one party venue, Space Odyssey USA is a unique Entertainment SPACE combining the elegance of a catering hall, energy of a nightclub and high-tech games all in one.  Jim and Elvira Grau are parents first and foremost and created Space Odyssey USA because they were looking for a place to bring their own children.

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Rotary Club of Teaneck Hosts District Governor


On August 10th, the Rotary Club of Teaneck was pleased to have had as its guest, District Governor Emil Geering (Paramus Club), his Secretary Gary Hipp (Hackensack Club) and Assistant Governor Ed Torres (Maywood Club). The Rotary Club of Teaneck is one of 55 clubs in District 7490 serving Bergen, Hudson and Passaic Counties.

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NAI Hanson Completes 10,243 SF Lease Renewal Agreement With Medical Practice in Wayne, NJ


- North Jersey Spine Group Will Remain in its Home for Another Five Years -

 NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce that the firm represented North Jersey Spine Group in a five-year, 10,243 square-foot lease renewal within Building B at Oak Hill Park, located at 1680 Route 23 in Wayne, N.J.

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