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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, June 26 2017 @ 11:29 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, June 26 2017 @ 11:29 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Legal and Accounting Issues for Small Business Start Ups.

When small businesses start up, the two areas where they most often seek professional advise are Legal and Accounting. What structure is best for their business? A Partnership, LLC or Corporation all have different requirements and advantages. What basic accounting systems are required for taxation and record keeping needs to be addressed up front. Other areas that are important for start ups are whether to contract out services or to hire employees, how to rent commercial space and modify it for you use, and how do you protect your ideas from someone stealing them.

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The Phantom Comes To Bergen County - Broadway's Longest Running Phantom Of The Opera

Howard Mcgillin Offers Master Class & Q&A On April 30 At The Theatre At Calvary United Methodist Church, Dumont, Nj
Sponsored by Bridge Studio for the Performing Arts

: Broadway’s longest running “Phantom” in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s global sensation Phantom of the Opera, Howard McGillin will offer a very special Master Class and Q& A in Bergen County, NJ. The event will take place on Saturday, April 30 from 12noon to 2PM at The Theatre at Calvary United Methodist Church (185 West Madison Avenue, Dumont, NJ). This event is sponsored by Bridge Studio for the Performing Arts

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Morton’s Gives Back To Those Who Help Us Get Back…Our Tax Returns

Morton's Steakhouse

As millions of Americans rush to file tax returns by the April 18th deadline, Morton's The Steakhouse, at One Riverside Square in Hackensack, is offering a special reward for those unsung heroes of the tax season -- Certified Public Accountants.

In observance of all the hard work and long hours that CPAs put in, Morton's is designating April 18th as CPA Appreciation Day! CPAs will have the chance to "file" for a complimentary three-course Steak and Seafood Dinner for two that will be awarded to one lucky CPA and a guest to celebrate the end of the tax season.

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Sterling Properties Announces That Viera at Hanover Township is Sold Out

Sterling Properties

Region's Most Discerning Active Adults Fill Morris County, N.J. Enclave

A community of exquisite townhomes for residents ages 48 and better, Viera at Hanover Township has been highly sought-after by the region's most discerning active adults since opening for sales.This high level of interest has made Viera one of the fastest-selling new home communities in New Jersey. After an extremely successful first quarter of 2011, Sterling Properties, one of the New York Metropolitan Area's premier developers of luxury homes, announced today that Viera is completely sold out.

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CresaPartners in New Jersey Lures Cushman & Wakefield Senior Team of Giannone and Ganter;

Thomas V. Giannone

Firm Expects Dramatic Growth to Continue - CresaPartners Accelerates Recruitment of Top Talent

CresaPartners, North America’s largest corporate real estate advisory firm specializing in tenant representation, today announced that two top, senior-level executives from Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) have joined CresaPartners as Managing Principals. Thomas V. Giannone and Ronald J. Ganter, with over 35 and 27 years of commercial real estate experience, respectively, will be based in the firm’s Paramus, NJ, office. Both Giannone and Ganter most recently served as Senior Directors of C&W’s Global Life Sciences Practice based in East Rutherford, NJ. Having focused on tenant representation and corporate services throughout their careers, Giannone and Ganter will continue to work with service firms and companies in high-tech and other industries.

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Renowned Immigration Attorney Michael Wildes Secures Visa for Soccer Icon Pelé

Famed soccer legend Pelé is flanked by his immigration lawyer, Michael Wildes and Paul Kemsley, New York Cosmos’ Chairman and CEO.

Michael Wildes and Wildes & Weinberg Continue to be the Premier Choice for Immigration Needs

Wildes & Weinberg http://www.wildesweinberg.com  is pleased to announce that Managing Partner Michael Wildes has secured an O-1 visa for Edson Arantes Do Nascimento, better known to millions as soccer icon Pelé, as he joins the New York Cosmos as Honorary President. As an “Alien of Extraordinary Ability,” who was recently hired to come to the United States to help rebuild the world-famous professional soccer team in New York City, Pelé was required to secure an O-1 visa before he was able to begin his employment for the team’s front office. U.S. immigration regulations require that certain athletes who desire to work or play for a professional sports team for an extended period of time obtain O or P visas.

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Zumba Master Class with the sensational Walter Diaz in Paramus

Zumba instructor Walter Diaz

The talented Colombian actor and Zumba instructor Walter Diaz "Wally" will come to Paramus, New Jersey on April 16 to share all his dazzling energy. Wally has participated in many productions in his acting career in his native Colombia, and many of his work have been aired on the main Spanish TV stations in the US and worldwide.  

This charismatic actor, dancer and choreographer who was a presenter at the 2010 Zumba Convention with his specialty "Salsa and Merengue Mash Up" will also be part of the 2011 Convention in Orlando, Florida. The reviews from the participants could not be better. Wally engaged the audience with his knowledge and easy teaching style. If you are a dance and fitness enthusiast, this event will blow your mind!

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Diabetes Education Meeting In Paramus

The Paramus Board of Health, in conjunction with the Diabetes Foundation, is sponsoring a public education meeting entitled “Endocrine/Hormone Issues Every Diabetic Should Know About” on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 7:00 pm at the Life Safety Building on Carlough Drive. Our guest speaker will be Mark Wiesen, MD., Chief, Division of Endocrinology; Department of Internal Medicine Hackensack University Medical Center.

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Ben & Jerry’s Free Ice Cream Cones Benefits bergenPAC

Ben & Jerry's
Free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream cones for you! And you! And you!

Come to Ben & Jerry’s in Englewood and get your FREE cone. Buy a wristlet for $5 to get a 10% discount on ice cream for the year and 10% off on any family show at the bergenPAC throughout 2011.
Ben & Jerry’s Free Cone Day
Benefit for bergenPAC
Tuesday, April 12
Time: 12 pm to 8 pm

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Burzichelli, Mckeon, Wagner & Vainieri Huttle Bills To Boost New Jersey Horse Racing Industry Signed Into Law

Legislation Assembly Democrats John J. Burzichelli, John F. McKeon, Connie Wagner and Valerie Vainieri Huttle sponsored to help New Jersey’s horse racing industry continue to create jobs and economic development was signed into law on Monday. “These laws all share one single goal – enhancing our horse racing industry to allow it to continue creating jobs and economic development throughout our state for years to come,” said Burzichelli (D-Gloucester/Salem/Cumberland). “We’ve taken many steps in the past year to improve our horse racing industry, and these represent another step toward keeping it strong.”
“A strong horse racing industry is vital for

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New Poll Sets Record for Marriage Equality Support in NY

Non-partisan Siena Poll Puts Support for Equal Marriage at 58%, Opposition at 36% – Both Records in NY State
A new poll released today shows public opinion continues to trend toward marriage equality in New York State with a record high of 58 percent support and a record low of 36 percent opposition. The study comes from the non-partisan Siena Research Institute

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Whole Foods Paramus Has A Teen Battle Chef Showdown

Teen Cook-off at Whole Foods Paramus-

Whole Foods recently held a Teen cook-off showdown at their Bergen Town Center Paramus location. The ‘celebrity chefs’ were teenagers from North Bergen and Newark Central high schools. The Teen Battle Chef Showdowns are sponsored by Whole Foods in conjunction with health Corps, Family Cook Productions and Circulon Gourmet Cookware. Held at various Whole Food locations, the teenagers were prompted to explain the whys and wherefores of their cooking product.

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Fougasse, A New Easter Bread Found at Fairway Market

Master Baker Sarah Black created a new offering, Fougasse! It is a traditional French bread decorated to please the eye as well as the palate. Light and airy, it is formed with dough similar to focaccia and has special toppings of tarragon-infused olive oil, Tarragon and Rock Salt. Our foodie, co-publisher Sophie Stone tried this different bread and was well pleased.

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Vodgria Supplies A Different Party or House Gift

Vodgria, a new offering by Sin Spirits, is a combination of Vodka and Sangria blended for that perfect party drink. Having introduced it at several places that I have visited, the reception has been one of approval. Not too overwhelming, served over an ice cube or two, it goes down smoothly and without an acrid taste. The women love it! Having been asked where to purchase a bottle, so far it has been located at Stew Leonard’s on Route 17 North in Paramus and Gallo’s Health Mart Pharmacy, 192 Rochelle Ave., Rochelle Park, NJ.

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Paramus Health And Human Services Recognizes Helping Hands

Paramus Human Services.
John Hopper, Director of the recently established Department of Health and Human Services introduced Mayor Rich LaBarbiera and Irene Maury who operates the Human Services division. LaBarbiera and Maury gave out commendations to the many organizations that have assisted the department in various ways. Among them were the Girl Scouts, churches, Rotary Clubs, PBA, Shade Tree and the Sanitation Department and of course to Len LoPinto, Librarian.

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Karina’s Cuchina At Bloomingdale’s Hosted Executive Chef Peter Angelakos of Bacari Grill

Chef Peter Angelakos

Cooking demonstrations held at Bloomingdale’s Karina’s Cuchina are always a delight and a gourmet experience. Executive Chef Peter Angelakos of Bacari grill in Washington Township recently proved why he deserves the title and position of Executive Chef. In cooperation with All-Clad Metalcrafters, he prepared Mussels Sant’Elpidio, Garlic Herb Butter and Basil-Pistachio Pesto among other dishes.

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Holy Name Hospital Fashion Update

Thank you to all that attended our 2nd and final Benefit Committee Meeting for the 14th Annual Spring Fashion Fling for MS. Your presence certainly added great value to our meeting as we discussed the need to increase participation in all areas of this event - ticket sales, sponsorship, auction donation, ad journals and 50/50 sales. As you know, Saks Fifth Avenue will be our Fashion Sponsor this year and we're gearing up for a fabulous show!

Event Information:

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Doctor Linda Marcel Explains the BCC Music Department to Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Dr. Linda Marcel and Liz Mason
Professor Linda Marcel was the principal speaker at the Tuesday morning Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. An accomplished musician, she counted out about 7 instruments that she plays or has played. Among them was a harmonica style instrument and she was made aware of the Garden State Harmonica Club who’s bulletins are posted regularly on www.ParamusPost.com. In addition to teaching and playing music, she also plans the operatic music presentations performed by Bergen Community College students.

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New Jersey Voters Remain Split On Gov. Christie; Impressions Of Obama Significantly More Positive

After becoming less positive following introduction of the budget, New Jersey voters remain split on their impression of Gov. Chris Christie, according to a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll. While 44 percent of registered voters give the governor a favorable rating, 42 percent view him unfavorably and 14 percent have no opinion. In February, 46 percent viewed the governor favorably and 44 percent unfavorably.

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Menendez Hails New Resources to Assess Abandoned New Jersey Mines, Guard Against Sink Holes

Senator Fought for Nearly $270,000 to Protect Families and Communities

Menendez: "Common sense step to keep our communities safe." U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) today hailed federal resources to assess the danger of abandoned mines in Northern Jersey, calling the effort a "common sense step to keep our communities safe."

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