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Open House NYC on NBC visits the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey

The Designer Showhouse of New Jersey was recently featured on Open House New York City. Referred to as the “ultimate staged property,” the Showhouse was the focus for interviews with four participating designers: Jack Levy (the Great Room), Jennifer McGee (the Breakfast Room), Kim O’Connor (the Library), and Jill Haden (the Entry Foyer ). Click here to see the segment: For more information about all the designers, decorative artists and landscapers taking part in this year’s Showhouse, click here. Please note that you can meet them in person on Saturday, May 22 at “Meet the Designer Day” at the Showhouse (details below).
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Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund

Ray Shepherd, CEO of the American Red Cross of Northern NJ and Christopher Rim
In a unique fund raising approach, the Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund by tutoring students in the Englewood Paramus school area.

Led by Christopher Rim, the Prestige Review Group donated proceeds earned from tutoring students in mathematics, writing, reading, and study and testing skills.
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La Roche-Posay Plans to Ignite Real Behavior Change with their SOS – Save Our Skin Campaign


New York, NY, May 4, 2010—La Roche-Posay, a worldwide expert in UV protection, launches its SOS – Save Our Skin campaign today. The company that brought the highly anticipated Anthelios sunscreen franchise to the U.S. now is embarking on a new public health awareness and educational campaign to not only inform Americans about the dangers of UV and the importance of sun safety,
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Gluten Free Bread is the topic at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 05-11-10 Joseph Jacobowitz Sales/Marketing executive from Katz Gluten Free Bake Shop explained the benefits of gluten free products. He not only explained it, but brought items down for the Rotarians to sample. Their state of the art bakery complies with strict gluten free standards and they use 100% pure ingredients. Their wide variety consists of Challah breads, cake, cookies, muffins, rugelech and pizza crust, farfel, kishka kugel and bread crumbs.
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Assembly Budget Committee To Convene Newark Public Hearing On Gov. Christie Budget Plan

More than 100 People Signed Up to Testify

The Assembly Budget Committee will host a public hearing in Newark on Monday on Gov. Christie’s budget proposal.
The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. at the New Jersey Dental School’s Oral Health Pavilion at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey at 50 12th Ave.
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Williamsburg's Luxury Development 125 North 10th Street, Surpasses 70 Percent Sold

Community Flourishes As New Owners Continue To Move In

125 North 10th Street, Williamsburg's best-selling condominium community, has surpassed 70 percent sold.

125 North 10th has become a top choice in Williamsburg's North Side neighborhood, with buyers attracted to the building's high level of quality in construction, design and finishes, along with its well thought out amenities. Since reducing pricing just over four months ago, 125 North 10th has sold 37 additional apartments, finding its niche in the market as the place to call home in Williamsburg.
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Bergen Community College Partners with League of Women Voters of New Jersey, The Record to Hold Public Forum on Property Tax Cap

Bergen Community College Partners with League of Women Voters of New Jersey, The Record to Hold Public Forum on Property Tax Caps
College’s newly formed Institute of Public Policy to host June 15 Forum

Bergen Community College’s newly formed Institute of Public Policy has invited municipal officials from Massachusetts as well as national experts to participate in a June 15 forum, “Property Tax Caps: The Massachusetts Experience Informing the New Jersey Discussion.”
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Second Annual Auto And Bike Show At State Fair Meadowlands On July 2 & 3

Featuring Auto & Bike Competition, Drifting, BMX Showcase and Rix Magazine Model Search

State Fair Meadowlands, RIX Magazine and Xtreme Rides 7 will hold the Second Annual State Fair Auto and Bike Show at the Meadowlands Fairgrounds on July 2 and 3. This spectacular event will feature an intense auto and bike competition, Drifting, BMX showcase by Hell on Wheels, Live Dyno Runs, Head to Head Burnout competition, Stunt Bike Demos, Xbox 360 racing games, RC drifting, a model search for the next RIX Magazine cover model, an exciting vendor midway and lots of giveaways and prizes, including over $10,000 in cash payout.
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Helping Our Senior Citizens Through True Shared Sacrifice

By Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver

New Jerseyans have heard a lot of talk in recent weeks about “shared sacrifice” as we confront our state budget problems, and it’s a nice sounding theme that paints a picture of everybody chipping in equally to carry the burden. It’s undeniable that state spending cuts are needed, and that every area of state government will be affected. But one thing quickly became clear as that phrase became Gov. Chris Christie’s mantra – not every cut is equal, and not everyone shares the same definition of “shared sacrifice.”
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Innovation Honored At Lighting Industry's Most Celebrated Awards Presentation

Earlier today, live from LIGHTFAIR International’s (LFI) 2010 Innovation Awards ceremony—themed “The LFI Morning News”—four companies were recognized as the lighting industry’s leaders in innovative product design and technology. The awards program encompassed nearly 200 products debuting on the 2010 LFI trade show floor.
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Devry University's Paramus Campus Hosts Free Career Skills Workshop For Local Job Seekers

Event to feature career consultations and leadership coaching from renowned experts Ruth Robins and Patricia Mathews

– With the New Jersey unemployment rate at 9.8 percent, the local unemployment landscape can be frustrating for new jobs or careers. As the growing populations of unemployed workers compete for a small pool of opportunities, landing a good job requires that candidates raise their level of competitiveness by taking risks.
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Heritage Pointe Honors Area Moms at Mother’s Day Luncheon

Heritage Pointe of Teaneck, a full-service rental retirement community, recently invited Bergen County adults and their Moms to a special luncheon in honor of Mother’s Day. Residents and guests dined on a delicious menu, which included beef tenderloin, chicken marsala, tortellini alfredo and assorted pastries and cookies. All Moms also received a pink carnation, courtesy of Heritage Pointe. (L-R) Friends Hilda Schwarz, Heritage Pointe resident Lee Meyer, Bernice Newman and Sylvia Silver enjoyed an afternoon of dining and conversation to celebrate Mother’s Day.
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CB Richard Ellis Announces the Sales of 255 Huguenot Street and the Town & Country Portfolio for $149.5 Million

Jeffrey Dunne, Christopher Leonard and Brian Schulz of CB Richard Ellis’ New York Institutional Group represented Hartz Mountain Industries in two recent multi-family acquisitions to satisfy a 1031 exchange requirement: the 412-unit, 255 Huguenot Street in New Rochelle, New York and the 277-unit, four-property Town & Country Portfolio, located in the Bergen County towns of Westwood and River Vale, New Jersey.
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A Young Conservative Gives Hope to This Ol' Liberal

Kyle Robbins' first e-mail made me smile: "Can't say I really saw this interaction coming," he wrote.
That makes two of us, Kyle.

Last month, I spent a few days with students in the Media Fellows program at DePauw University, in Greencastle, Ind. They're mostly Midwesterners and overwhelmingly thoughtful and funny, and sometimes they smile when they don't quite feel like it because they were raised to give strangers the benefit of the doubt.
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Food Profiteer Turned Food Cop

Let me summarize first lady Michelle Obama's anti-obesity agenda: Shed as I say, not as I gain. While she crusades for organic foods and puts government pressure on corporations to stop marketing fast food and junk food to children, Mrs. Obama herself profited from the very same processed food industry she now demonizes.
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Democratic Plan To Save Senior Citizens From Christie Tax & Fee Hikes; Homebuyer Tax Credit


UI Fund Fix, Amber Alert Update, ‘Jessica Lunsford Act’ Also on Tap
Legislation to protect senior citizens from Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to increase their prescription drug fees and slash their property tax relief, provide a New Jersey homebuyer tax credit for 2010 and analyze the newly implemented teen driver safety law top Thursday’s Assembly committee agendas.
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Construction Progressing at Monarch at Ridge Hill in Westchester County, N.Y.

Luxury Condominium Community Will Soon Be Open For Sales

Construction is progressing at Monarch at Ridge Hill in Yonkers, N.Y., with sales soon to open at the luxury condominium community, which is located at Westchester's Ridge Hill, a 1.3 million-square-foot mixed-use development now under construction on an 81-acre hilltop site between the New York State Thruway and the Sprain Brook Parkway.
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Community Receives 50 New Trees on Arbor Day

On April 30, Visitors to Whole Foods in Ridgewood Received Free White Pine Saplings, Courtesy of R&S Landscaping

Local children, teens and adults helped nurture the environment on Arbor Day, planting 50 trees that are now being spread throughout the community. On April 30, staff members of Midland Park, N.J.-based R&S Landscaping spent the afternoon giving away over four dozen free white pine saplings to shoppers at Whole Foods in Ridgewood.
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Conaway, Wagner Bill Protecting Volunteer Physicians Serving At Nonporfit Clinics Advances

Would Encourage Retired but Still Licensed Physicians To Offer Services to Underserved Communities

Legislation sponsored by Assembly Health Committee Chairman Herb Conaway, Jr., M.D., and committee Vice Chairwoman Connie Wagner to provide civil immunity for volunteer physicians who offer their services to nonprofit clinics and federally qualified health centers was released Thursday from committee.
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Teachers: Embark on an Ecosystems Expedition, Full Scholarships Available Now

Honeywell and the New Jersey Audubon Society Partner to Inspire Educators, Providing Hands-On Lessons Through Exploration in the Hackensack Watershed

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and New Jersey Audubon (NJA) announced today that scholarships are available for the third annual Honeywell Institute for Ecosystems Education for Hudson and Bergen County middle and high school science and social studies teachers.

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