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Wednesday, June 20 2018 @ 09:05 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, June 20 2018 @ 09:05 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Three Democrat Musketeers Hit The Campaign Trail


Three Democrat Musketeers Hit The Campaign Trail
Senator Bob Gordon, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner and Assemblyman Candidate Mayor Tim Eustace hit the campaign trail Wednesday night starting with a Beefsteak dinner. Catered by the Brownstone (Paterson) and held at the Paramus Elks, several hundred people had their appetites satiated. Music and emcee services provided by DJ Pat Verile helped set the mood.

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Curtain Call Award Honors High School Opera Talent


[media:20110624072506318]June 22, 2011—The 2011 Curtain Call Award was presented to Montgomery, New Jersey High School junior Katherine Crabill on Saturday evening, June 4, at the John J. Cali School of Music on the Montclair State University campus. Established last year by Montclair State University and the Metropolitan Opera Guild, the Curtain Call Award recognizes the achievements of New Jersey high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate musical talent through opera.

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Break The Atmosphere Coming to Victor’s Maywood Inn


[media:20110624072018940]Break The Atmosphere, a local rock band whose members are all currently music majors at New Jersey City University, will be appearing Thursday, June 30, at Victor’s Maywood Inn. The first set starts at 9:30 P.M. There is no cover charge.

The group—David Ricco on bass and backup vocals, Edgar “Jon Jon” Caparas on drums, Will Flaim on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, and Michael Carleo on lead guitar and backup vocals—covers everyone from Jimi Hendrix, Ray Charles, and Bill Withers to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Cee Lo Green, and the John Mayer Trio.

Victor’s Maywood Inn is located at 122 W. Pleasant Ave., Maywood.

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Stay Connected with Friends in Real Time with LiveProfile



New Mobile Messenger and Social Utility Keeps You in Touch with Friends across Android, BlackBerry or iPhone Devices; Fast and Free Alternative to Text Messaging

New York—For the mobile generation, keeping in touch with friends while on the go can still be a surprisingly difficult task—it seems everyone is on a different device or carrier. Most have little choice but to resort to SMS text messaging, but texting charges can rack up quickly, and there’s no way to know when—or even if—your message was received.

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Hunter Douglas Ranks Seventh Among All Home Products Companies In Prestigious HFN Report


UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., June 22, 2011– Hunter Douglas, Inc., the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window fashions in the U.S. and Canada, was ranked seventh among all home products companies in North America in a report on top home furnishings vendors in the June issue of HFN: Home Furnishings News for Industry Decision Makers. The prestigious trade magazine based the list on annual revenue for 2010.


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St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital Foundation Accepting Addeo Scholarship Applications


WAYNE, NJ [June 20, 2011] – The St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2011 Dr. Anthony J. Addeo Scholarship. Individuals interested in applying must be pursuing a career in nursing and currently enrolled in a nursing program to be considered. Applications are due by no later than July 1, 2011. For more information about the scholarship and for an application, please call the SJWH Foundation at 973.956.3304.

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Pascack Valley Meals on Wheels to Hold FONDUE-Raiser at The Melting Pot of Westwood


Westwood, NJ (June 20, 2011) - Pascack Valley Meals on Wheels, a not-for-profit organization which helps feed the homebound elderly in northern Bergen County, is inviting local residents to participate in a dinner fundraiser at The Melting Pot on Thursday, June 23rd from 5 pm – 10 pm. Those who take part in the event will be able to enjoy a fun night out with family and friends while raising funds for Pascack Valley Meals on Wheels.

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NJ Small Business Cheers Passage Of Public Benefits Reform


Trenton (June 23, 2011) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) today applauded the reform package that passed the Legislature today aimed at reforming health care and pension benefits for government workers. “It isn’t fiscally possible, and neither is it fair in the moral sense, to have a benefits system for unionized government employees that most private sector taxpayers could never afford for themselves,” said New Jersey Director Laurie Ehlbeck.


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New Online Venture Adds Personality to Boring Emails


[media:20110624085735976]MeebleMail turns everyday email into stylish Personalized Stationery

(New York) – New online venture, MeebleMail.com, enables consumers to turn drab everyday email into stylish personalized stationery.
MeebleMail features a library of over 500 designs that appeal to a wide variety of tastes – from contemporary and sophisticated to whimsical. Each stationery design can be personalized with the user’s name, monogram, address and more – providing endless possibilities for users to completely customize their everyday email.

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Rotary Group Study Exchange From Tuscany Goes Kayaking On The Hackensack River


[media:20110624060140980]On Father’s Day, I received a call from Glenda Campaniolo, a longtime friend from the Paramus Rotary Club. Glenda is our District Incoming Group Study Exchange Committee Chair. She has taken on the task of seeing that the four young adults plus their leader from Tuscany, Italy are enjoying their visit to the United States. In addition, she is also host to a young Exchange Student from the Normandy section of France. Glenda called to ask if I would like to go kayaking/canoeing on the Hackensack River.

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Jones Lang LaSalle Continues to Grow Leasing Team


Firm adds top tier brokers – Philip Lipper, Robert Bull and Stuart Lipper
In another step towards the firm’s emergence as a leader in commercial real estate services in New Jersey, Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it has hired Philip Lipper and Robert Bull as Executive Vice Presidents, and Stuart Lipper as Vice President. Based in the firm’s Metropark, N.J., office, they will specialize in representing office occupiers in advisory, brokerage and investment sales services.

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Maywood’s Mayor And Partner Will Lead Mission To Kenya As Part Of Rotary Project This July


Maywood Rotary
From July 22 through August 1, Maywood resident Kevin Williams, a psychotherapist, of Golf Avenue, and his partner, Maywood’s Mayor Timothy Eustace, a chiropracter, will once again lead a group of fifteen volunteers to Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve. This year’s mission is to build pre-school and kindergarten classrooms for children at the Nkenijii School , which provides education to about 300 Maasai children from 5 to 16. The mission also hopes to provide medical treatment for the children in the school. This trip is being sponsored by the Maywood Rotary Club.

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Assembly To Consider Public Worker Pension & Benefit Reforms, Vetoing Governor’s Plan For NJN, Regulating Botox Use By Minor


More Online Government Transparency, Increased Huntington’s Disease Care, Combating Overcrowded NJ Transit Parking Lots, Expanded Pay-to-Play Prohibition Also on Agenda
The Assembly on Thursday will consider legislation to reform public employee health and pension benefits, veto the governor’s plan for New Jersey Network, regulate Botox usage by minors, allow retailers to offer coupons and discounts for gas purchases, increase Huntington’s Disease care and require more online government transparency.

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Father’s Day At The Paramus Municipal Pool


Paramus Pool
It was a hot and muggy day so a visit to the Paramus Municipal Pool was in order. Since I had been canoeing with the Rotary Group Study Exchange from Tuscany, Italy in the morning on the Hackensack River, the pool was a welcome relief. The parking lot was crowded and people were waiting to enter. It was a pleasure to see Alexa Calandrillo at the entry point checking people in. Alexa is the golden voice that we have heard singing the Star Bangle Banner at many Paramus functions since she has been 13 years old. When asked, she mentioned that once again, we will hear her at the 4th of July Fireworks.

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Stuart Berson Creates “Where in the World is Stuart?” Travel Program for Residents of The Allendale Community for Mature Living


[media:20110623052854459]Program Part of Senior Living Community’s Extensive Educational, Cultural and Social Offerings for Residents

Through films and photo montages, Stuart Berson transports the residents of The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living to different places and time periods during his “Where in the World is Stuart?” program. This dedicated volunteer created the 90-minute program specifically for the residents of the senior living community in Bergen County and has been leading sessions every week since January.

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World Class Musician Guido Arbonelli to Perform at Summer Solstice Concert, Bergen Community College, June 22, 2011



Clarinetist Guido Arbonelli
Clarinetist Guido Arbonelli will perform works by composers Steve Rich, Dinu Ghezzo, Carlos Delgado and selections from “Namaste Suite,” a set of one minute compositions by various female composers, featuring messages of unity, love and joy.

Mr. Arbonelli will perform at “Walking Between Europe and the USA: Summer Solstice Concert” on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre.

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Packing it in: Ten Easy Steps to Travel Light



It may be a weekend getaway or a month at the beach (don't we all wish), but chances are you've got a little vacation time planned for this summer. And we all know that before we jet off to those sandy shores in the sky, we first have to do the hard stuff: pack.

So, before you dust off the suitcase and start throwing in everything from your closet, take a deep breath and read on. Here are 10 steps to packing light:

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Coloring Your Guest Room Calm



Q: We have a tiny room to make over for guests at our country house. I need help making it feel special. Any ideas from color choices to furniture will be appreciated.

A: How's this for inspiration? Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth created this soothing stay-over room for a decorator show house — a somewhat harrowing process that he details in his new book, "Living Traditions" (published by The Monacelli Press).

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Simply Sam


Here's the thing about Sam Zien: He fails.

As business manager for a San Diego biotech firm, he failed to adopt a corporate image: "I was always the guy who wanted to be more funny than serious."

In the summer of 2001, he quit that job to launch his own TV travel series. Another recipe for failure: "I had neither travel nor TV experience."

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Stabbing In Paramus


In the early hours of the morning of June 19th, Paramus Police received a call from the Ridgewood Police Department Dispatch that there was an injured person with a “hole in his stomach” at a residence on Burlington Road in Paramus. Paramus investigating officers determined that there was a party taking place at the residence. During an altercation between two male adults, two people were stabbed with a sharp object.

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