infusion room at the Center for Pediatric Cancer and Blood Disorders at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital received a makeover by NBC’s home improvement expert George Oliphant on his show George to the Rescue. The show started airing on October 23. Check local listings for specific airtimes.
Real Estate Developer's N.J. and Pa. Communities Put Tenants First
Woodlake Village, located on Route 88 in Lakewood, N.J., Chestnut Court, on Middlesex Road in Matawan, N.J., Highland Montgomery Apartments, on Montgomery Street in Highland Park, N.J. and Colebrook Apartments, on Welsh Drive in Lancaster, Pa., all owned by Rubin Schron, founder of Cammeby's International Group, recently held "Breakfast-on-the-Go" events as a way of showing appreciation to their valued tenants' continued loyalty to the residential communities.
Perform LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC
Sunday November 21st 8:00 PM
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The biggest selling group in Motown history and the most successful male R&B vocal group of all time is coming to The Bergen Pac. Wanye Morris, Nathan Morris, and Shawn Stockman also known as Boyz II Men defined the “Philly Soul” in the 90’s with #1 hits including “End of the Road”, “I’ll make love to you”, “On Bended Knee’ and “Its so hard to say Goodbye”. Boys II Men formed their unique talents together in 1988 at the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts. Shortly after that they became an instant success taking over the music industry and our hearts with great songs that influence popular artist today.
Trinity Presbyterian Church shows their caring souls by having area senior citizens visit their church and presenting entertainment and refreshments. At this time, they had the S.A.S.S.Y Ladies Dance for the group and present their Country Western routine. The dancers wore brown fringed vest, straw hats and performed numbers like “Home on the Range”, “Yellow Rose of Texas” and You are My Sunshine; Contemporary Favorites like “Achy Breaky Heart and Boot Scootin’ Boogie” and novelty tunes like Old Mac Donald Had a Farm and a Square Dance.
With stocks plummeting, home heating prices soaring and money tight, many people looks toward winter with fear and trepidation. One of the best ways to alleviate this fear is to take a positive action like having a home energy audit.
Almost half of our energy use goes into heating and cooling our homes. We are already paying an average of 20 percent higher home heating costs, so any way you can reduce your costs will pay for it. A professional home energy audit costs $100-$300, but if you take their recommendations, you will quickly make that money back.
POLICE CHIEF SPOTS SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY, WANTED MAN ARRESTED
On October 18th at 12:20 PM, Chief Rich Zavinsky observed two men acting suspiciously on Cedar Drive. Uniformed police officers arrived on the scene, and after a brief investigation, Gary Colangelo age 41 of West Orange, NJ, was arrested. Colangelo was wanted on outstanding warrants issued by the Essex County Sheriffs Department. He was turned over to Essex County authorities in lieu of several thousands of dollars in bail. Arresting officers were Zavinsky, P.O. Stapleton, and Sgt. Urban.
Known as the “Queen of Jazzipinio,” Charmaine Clamor has been credited with introducing authentic Filipino music to listeners in the U.S.
Ms. Clamor will perform at Bergen Community College, as part of Asian Heritage Week, on Friday, November 12, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus. Tickets are $20.
And How to Prevent an Unwanted “Visit” or Boat Theft
Boats stored over the winter can be easy targets for thieves. Many boat owners don’t find out they have been a victim of theft until long after, often when spring preparations are being made. To help boaters, anglers and sailors deal with this consistent problem, the folks at BoatUS Marine Insurance have these tips for storing your boat this winter.
The Teaneck International Film Festival is proud to have on its roster of films this year Media That Matters Short Film Festival, the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. According to TIFF executive director Jeremy Lentz, “This ties in perfectly with our theme, Activism: Making Change, by engaging diverse audiences – local, global, online, and in communities around the world – and inspiring them to take action.”
Out in the Silence, an Emmy award-winning documentary about religious attitudes toward same-sex unions and the struggles faced by gay teens, will be the closing film at the Teaneck International Film Festival. It will be shown at the Puffin Cultural Forum, 20 Puffin Way, Sunday, November 21, at 8:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 if purchased in advance (at www.teaneckfilmfestival.org, or at local stores: Animations, Brier Rose Books, and Teaneck General Store) and $7 at the door.
Leading Cancer Center to Participate as a Flagship Sponsor in Inspirational Day of Raising Funds and Awareness to Eradicate Breast Cancer
The John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center will help save lives from breast cancer on Sunday, October 24 by participating in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®, a five-mile, noncompetitive walk that will be held at the Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey.
With National Boss Day approaching, it is only appropriate to see how employees really feel about their bosses. Overall, it seems the manager and employee relationship has grown stronger through the recession, according to a survey by Adecco Staffing U.S., a work force solutions provider, that questioned 1,000 workers and bosses. But there is still room for improving the manager-and-employee relationship in workplaces.
Learn About the Benefits of a Diversified Workforce
Bergen Community College will host a conference for employers on the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities and veterans at the main campus here on October 29, 2010. The presentation, “It’s All About Work – Exploring an Untapped Labor Pool,” will run from 1:00-to-3:00 p.m. and feature keynote speaker Elaine Katz, The Kessler Foundation’s vice president of grant programs and special initiatives.
The College will host employers and service providers in the Technology Education Center Building on the Paramus Campus at 400 Paramus Rd.
Individuals and Local Organizations can Drop Off Non-perishables Through Nov. 17
The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living is hosting a Fall Food Collection Drive throughout October and November to benefit the Mahwah Center for Food Action. Non-perishable food items, including canned, boxed and dry goods, are now being accepted from individuals and local organizations.
Assembly Transportation Chairman John Wisniewski (D-Middlesex) released the following statement Thursday on documents provided by the Christie administration through an Open Public Records Act request on the governor’s decision to halt construction of the new commuter rail tunnel under the Hudson River:
Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver on Thursday unveiled new property tax reform legislation that would revise the state’s arbitration system by requiring the emphasis be placed on protecting taxpayers. In announcing the legislation, the Democratic legislative leaders noted the overhaul is necessary and overdue to put the system back in balance. “Rare, outlandish arbitrator awards that have caused property taxes to spike in some communities do stand out and have made a strong case for reform,” said Sweeney (D-Gloucester/Cumberland/Salem). “This reform will return much needed balance to a system that desperately needs it. When I stood with the Governor in July, I said the Senate would give local officials this vital tool, and here we are.”
Since Last Month's Grand Opening, Windsor Cove Establishes Itself as Mercer County's Premier Community of Single-Family Homes
Pulte Homes, one of the award-winning brands of PulteGroup, Inc., is experiencing a steady stream of prospective buyers at Windsor Cove, the homebuilder's enclave of 51 single-family homes in East Windsor, N.J. Since Pulte Homes held a grand opening celebration in late September, a large number of individuals have expressed interest in attaining the Windsor Cove lifestyle, which features easy access to the Jersey Shore and prominent cities such as New York and Philadelphia, while maintaining a quiet, suburban atmosphere that is unparalleled anywhere else in the region.
Getting ready to meet with a prospective employer? Leave your cat suit, pajamas and crazy hat at home. In a recent survey, OfficeTeam asked human resources (HR) managers to recount the strangest interview outfits they had heard of or seen. Following are some examples:
Princeton's Newest Residential Development Offers Real Luxury At An Incredible Value
The Residences at Palmer Square, a luxury townhome and condominium community in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., offers a level of quality and detail that is unmatched by any other new development -- from the oversized entry doors featuring solid Baldwin handles and locks to gracious built-ins such as pocket doors and window seats.
Most probably your mother’s kosher kitchen didn’t contain Chorizo Mexican style sausage, Sangria in a box or sriracha sauce……fast forward to 2010, where today’s kosher pantry reflects the gourmet tastes and health conscious diets of the under 40 set. There’s even a new Kosher iPhone app.
Kosherfest 2010 (www.kosherfest.com) , Oct 26-27 at the NJ Meadowlands, reflects the trends, tastes, flavors and pulse of the kosher market as it goes into 2011. The sold out show will feature more than 350 exhibitors, and hundreds of new products from all over the world and from companies big and small, and old and new. This year CANADA will be the featured country, with a special section at the show as well as events from that country dedicated to everything Canadian and kosher.….camera crews, reporters & photographers invited to cover & eat…..samples available…here’s more …