By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:34 AM EDT
Speakers Comprise Virtual Who’s Who Of Green Leaders
The Committee on the Environment of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), has announced that Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Edward Mazria and Bill Reed will be the keynote speakers at its East Coast Conference to be held at Bally’s Atlantic City, N.J., in the fall. Trenton-based AIA-NJ, which has about 2,000 members, is the state chapter of the national AIA, which helps architects serve the public’s needs and builds awareness of the role of architects and architecture in American society.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:22 AM EDT
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Offers Free Screenings on April 14th in recognition of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week
Just because you can’t feel it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Ask the more than 35,000 Americans who were diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck last year. Unfortunately, many Americans do not recognize the symptoms of these life-threatening diseases, which include cancers of the oral cavity, larynx and pharynx, and by the time they are diagnosed, for some, it’s too late. In recognition of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (www.englewoodhospital.com
) will offer free screenings on April 14th from 4 – 7 pm. Registration is required for this free event.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:20 AM EDT
Open House Saturday March 27th, 11am – 4pm
Who: School of Rock is the nation's leading performance - based rock music program for students from ages 7-18. School of Rock will open in Tenafly, New Jersey in March, 2010. Visit the new Tenafly location and meet the staff of professional musicians. See a live performance by the School of Rock Allstars featuring Teens from Bergen County-performance 12Noon – 2pm.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:15 AM EDT
Rotary, the world's first service club, began with the formation of the Rotary Club of Chicago in 1905. It offers the opportunity to build lifelong friendships and personal fulfillment while providing volunteer services.
Rotarians pick projects involving Community Service, with a focus on the needs of the immediate community, International Service, which fosters international understanding and peace by promoting goodwill, Club Service, which can include projects relating to health, environmental concerns, assisting seniors, etc. and Vocational Service, which is directed to the training of youth to become responsible leaders in the future.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:13 AM EDT
The Joint Commission and CareChex® recognize Englewood Hospital’s Cardiac Program for delivering outstanding patient results and demonstrating continuous commitment to medical excellence
The cardiovascular health services at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (www.englewoodhospital.com) continue their tradition of excellence with two new awards for quality patient care. Recent accolades include a Gold Seal of Approval for stroke care from The Joint Commission and the Medical Excellence Award for cardiac care from CareChex®.
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 25 2010 @ 11:01 AM EDT
Elements at West Windsor
— Residents Took Part in Silent Auction Fundraiser During Community’s Feb. 26 Chinese New Year Celebration —
Despite record snowfall amounts, residents of the local community of Elements at West Windsor held a well-attended Chinese New Year Celebration on Feb. 26, during which they raised funds to be donated to the victims of the earthquake that recently devastated the nation of Haiti.
By William Moyers Wednesday, March 24 2010 @ 11:09 PM EDT
On the last day I visited him at the nursing home, Paul Lawson — a World War II combat veteran, a former newspaper reporter and my mentor in recovery — sent me on my way with his standard adieu: "Go carefully. And remember, my friend, the best any of us have ever done is today."
Put another way, Paul wanted to remind me that yesterday is gone. Tomorrow isn't here. So all that really matters — especially for those of us with histories of regrets and overambitious future aspirations to do better — is to live in the moment by living in today.
By Michelle Zakko Wednesday, March 24 2010 @ 10:51 PM EDT
Mr. Cupcake, Oradell, NJ
has opened up its third location in Oradell on Kinderkamack Road. The cupcake bakery was founded in 2007 and has two additional locations in Clifton and Hackensack. Its mission is to provide the customers with the best tasting and freshest cupcakes in New Jersey. I think they succeed!
By Mel Fabrikant Wednesday, March 24 2010 @ 04:30 PM EDT
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 11:19 PM EDT
During a late starting, long report, Mayor James Tedesco announced that he will not seek re-election next year. He mentioned that he had made a pact with his wife, Renee, while she was alive that this would be his last term. He hoped that it would put an end to some of the political bickering that was taking place. He promised to serve out his term until the end and do it faithfully.
He also announced that he will have some surgery done in the next few months to improove his quality of life in later years.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 05:50 PM EDT
-Event featured guest speaker Marci Rossell, former Chief Economist for CNBC & Co-Host of Squawk Box -
The New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), recently hosted its annual keystone event on March 11, 2010 at Dolce in Basking Ridge, N.J. The theme for the evening was, "Rising from the Ashes," which featured guest speaker Marci Rossell, former chief economist for CNBC & Co-Host of Squawk Box, who provided insightful and uplifting commentary about the complex challenges that are currently impacting the economy and commercial real estate markets.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 03:50 PM EDT
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 02:20 PM EDT
American Sign Language interpretation available for April 23 performance
“Kiss Me Kate,” a Tony-Award winning musical comedy, will be performed at the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on Bergen Community College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 16, Saturday, April 17, Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24. Matinees will be performed at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 18, Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors (65+) and are available by calling Bergen’s Office of Community and Cultural Affairs at (201) 447-7428 or visit them on the Web at www.bergen.edu
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 02:18 PM EDT
The Houdini of Comedy Pat Cooper and Special Guest Host-WOR NY’s Joey Reynolds
Saturday May 8, 2010
Tickets : $85,$55,$50,$45, & $30.
For nearly four decades Pat has appeared on many stages, from comedy clubs to major theaters, including the legendary Copacabana, Westbury Music Theater, Trump Castle, Caesar’s Palace, the MGM Grand Hotel, and Trop World. He is however, the funniest angry man you will ever see.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 02:07 PM EDT
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Tuesday announced she’s introduced legislation to require vendors that collect New Jersey sales tax to record and report the amount of the tax collected within each municipality.
Wagner said her bill (A-2626) would help show Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to repeal Bergen County’s law banning business on Sunday couldn’t possibly generate the $65 million he claims it would raise.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 02:01 PM EDT
On 3/11/10 at 4:30 PM Detective Jim DePreta reported seeing a suspected car burglar riding a bicycle on Plaza Way. The male and his bicycle matched the description provided to police following several auto burglaries in Maywood and surrounding communities. A search of the area was conducted and the suspect was not found. The search did reveal that the suspect had just broken into a vehicle at 18 Overlook Ave., Air Brook Limo.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 01:59 PM EDT
By Everett M. Lo
Regional Public Affairs Office
Social Security Administration - New York Region
Cast Reprises Original Roles in New TV Spots
Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, today joined award-winning actress Patty Duke and the cast of her hit 1960s sitcom, The Patty Duke Show, to unveil Social Security’s newest online service – an application for Medicare benefits. This new online application, which takes less than 10 minutes to complete, is for people reaching the Medicare eligibility age of 65 who want to delay filing for Social Security retirement benefits. Currently about a half million Americans enroll in Medicare each year without applying for monthly benefits.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 01:06 PM EDT
Three Bergen County schools for learners with autism - Alpine Learning Group, The EPIC School and REED Academy - have joined forces to raise funds for autism education by hosting the first annual “Go the Distance for Autism” Family Bike Event on Sunday, May 16th at Northern Highlands Regional High School in Allendale. The event features three different types of rides to encourage cyclists of all levels to participate in this fundraising effort.
By Mel Fabrikant Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 01:02 PM EDT
Education Reform Would Enact Permanent Program to Allow Children to Move To Different Districts
Education reform legislation Assemblywomen Mila Jasey and Joan Voss and Assemblyman Paul Moriarty sponsored to create a permanent public school choice program to allow parents to move their children to schools located across district lines has been approved 75-0 by the Assembly.
By Sharon Mosley Tuesday, March 23 2010 @ 10:11 AM EDT
Think warmer weather and fashion items that blossom with flower power. Not since the '60s and '70s have we seen such a stunning bouquet of floral prints popping up in fashion collections everywhere. From painterly watercolors to dainty "Liberty of London" prints, the flora is in full bloom this season.