The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on Jan.3 and Jan.17 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. The church is handicapped accessible. Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey-December 14, 2010 – The 2nd Annual “Sending Our Love to Haiti” Benefit concert has been scheduled for Sunday January 30th at the Bergen PAC in Englewood NJ at 7:30 PM. The concert will feature an all-star cast form Broadway, Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera and the Lincoln Center.
Physicians and staff at The Heart and Vascular Institute at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com) celebrated ten years of cardiac excellence and shared their vision for the future of cardiac health at a recent special celebration. When the Institute first opened its doors in 2000, it embarked on a mission to create a world-class cardiac program for patients.
New Luxury Development in Downtown Princeton Urges Buyers To Choose Prime Units Now
The Residences at Palmer Square, the new luxury development situated in the heart of downtown Princeton, N.J., announced today that it has welcomed its first residents to the stunning townhome and condominium community. "We are absolutely delighted to have our first residents move in, which has helped prospective buyers to see, first-hand, the dynamic lifestyle that is being created here," said Jay Goldberg, head of sales and marketing for The Residences at Palmer Square. "As the only new luxury development in Princeton's historic Palmer Square, The Residences at Palmer Square offers an unparalleled living experience."
To those of you who made it to the first Kimmy Schwimmy show at the Riverside Mall, thank you!!
It was an amazing turnout and by all accounts, a huge success!
To those of you who couldn't make it, you have another chance to experience this amazing
show that your kids will absolutely love.
Sixteen days and counting was Mayor Tedesco’s mantra. After eleven years of public service to Paramus, Mayor James Tedesco is retiring from office at the end of the year. At times controversial, the Mayor stated that Paramus and its residents have always been dear to him. This was evident in the many public appearances he made, the long hours spent at the Paramus Municipal Pool getting it ready. I do believe he would have waited on tables there if the situation called for it.
Immediate Past President of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club, Mukesh Malkan, has adopted a policy of giving back to the community that has supported his Rotary Club. Using funds derived from the club’s annual fundraiser, a Fashion Show, Malkan distributed checks this week to Bergen Community College, Berkeley College and the Paramus Volunteer Fire Department. It is hoped that this coming year’s Fashion Show being held on May 21, 2011 will be as successful.
Heading into 2011, workers everywhere may be setting and re-evaluating their career goals. But how many of these resolutions will survive past February? Max Messmer, chairman of Accountemps and author of Managing Your Career For Dummies® (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), offers insight into how to follow through with career resolutions.
Burzichelli, Riley, Albano, Milam, Caputo, Wagner, McKeon, Quijano & Coughlin Bills Aim to Help Key NJ Industries
An Assembly Democratic legislative package to enhance New Jersey’s casino gaming and horse racing industries by - among other things - moving to sports gaming at casinos and racetracks, allowing Internet wagering by out-of-state residents on horse racing and expanding off-track wagering was approved Monday by the Assembly.
A good idea, a flea market type of sale was held at the Assyrian Orthodox Church of The Virgin Mary in Paramus on Saturday, 12/11/10. Part of the proceeds was destined to go to various volunteer organizations: Paramus Fire Department, Paramus Volunteer Rescue Squad, Paramus Volunteer Ambulance Corps and the Assyrian Orthodox Church of The Virgin Mary in Paramus. In addition, there was a 50/50 with half the funds going to benefit the Paramus volunteers.
Broad, Bipartisan Coalition Thanks Governor Christie for Standing Up for Homeowners by Banning Fees
Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) took swift action last week to protect New Jersey homeowners by signing A. 2861 to restrict Wall Street Home Resale Fees (also known as “private transfer fees”). The new law places a ban on these fees, a dangerous new financial scheme that steals home equity, lowers home resale values and adds another layer of difficulty to selling a home.
Englewood, New Jersey (December 13, 2010) - When asked how he would like his family’s donation acknowledged, Dr. Steve Elias, director of the Center for Vein Disease, chose a seemingly humble marker, but one that will mean a lot to many individuals in the years to come. “I wanted to sponsor an outdoor bench at the front entrance to The Kaplen Pavilion where patients and families could rest, get some fresh air or wait for a ride. A bench in the sun is my utopia,” said Dr. Elias.
The Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) has made five key appointments to its National Advisory Council. They include Nicholas Kerigan, national commodore, US Coast Guard Auxiliary; Jim Graybeal, president, National Association of State Boating Law Administrators; Creighton Maynard, chief commander, US Power Squadrons; Linda Bendsen, president, Recreational Boaters of California; and Bob Adriance, editor of Seaworthy magazine. The appointments were announced this past week at the Council’s annual meeting in Ft. Myers Beach, Florida.
Englewood Healthcare System welcomes five new members to its Board of Trustees. Newly appointed members to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center’s Board of Trustees are In Jin (“IJ”) Choi and Steven E. Siesser, and newly appointed Englewood Hospital Foundation Trustees are Andrew M. Clarke, Merle Fish, and Steven M. Kaplan.
A key selling point in “healthcare reform” is a new kind of research—a kind that will supposedly make medicine more efficient and less costly, unlike the old kind of research that brought us medical miracles. You should care about it, because you will be a subject (or “guinea pig” as some prefer to say), without your consent. And of course you will be paying for it, at a time when so many Americans can’t pay their rent.
The Assembly Budget Committee on Tuesday will continue advancing the Legislature’s “Back to Work NJ” economic development package by moving a series of bills aimed at economic development and corporate tax reform. The hearing is set for 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 14 in Committee Room 11 in the State House Annex. It will be streamed live at http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/media/live_audio.asp.
On December 9th, shortly after midnight, P.O. Stapleton observed a vehicle being driven on the wrong side of Rochelle Avenue. After a brief on scene investigation, the driver, Maria Garcia, was arrested and charged with several motor vehicle offenses. These violations included driving with a suspended license and registration, unlicensed driver, careless driving, refusal to submit to a breath test, and driving while intoxicated. Due to observation at the scene and in police headquarters, Garcia was transported by ambulance to Bergen Regional Medical Center under New Jerseys' ATRA Law.
Karina’s Cuchina was available to Chef Gavin Kaysen and a select list of patrons. Sponsored by Bloomingdale’s and All-Clad Metalcrafters and overseen by Briana Santos and Karina Abrahamyan, approximately fifty people were privileged to watch Chef Kaysen prepare a few dishes. Looking at and listening to Gavin, one would never suspect all the knowledge and talent stored in this 31 year old executive chef.