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Gilda's Red Door Goes Green - Deirdre Imus Praises Comprehensive "Greening" of North Jersey Place for Cancer Patients

Gilda's Club Children's health advocate Deirdre Imus praised Gilda's Club Northern New Jersey for its floor-to-ceiling "green" renovation at a "green" ribbon-cutting ceremony at 575 Main St. in Hackensack, NJ, Thursday, September 24th. "We congratulate Gilda's Club for stepping into the process with us and embarking on a healthier future for our children.
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Yale Graduate Gets a Smart Start at Bergen Community College

Tina Magrabi
Originally Rejected by Four-Year Colleges, Alumna Tells Students Bergen was Gateway to Ivy League

In 1999, Tina Magrabi enrolled at Bergen Community College after receiving rejection letters from a group of four-year institutions. In 2003, she graduated from Yale. Magrabi, of Fair Lawn, recently visited the College to discuss her path from Bergen student to Yale graduate with dozens of current Bergen students. Her talk, organized by the College’s Honors Association, saw Magrabi dispense guidance on academics and offer a look into her experiences. Magrabi said she hoped to inspire the students in attendance.
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Robust Medicare Health and Drug Plan Coverage Continues in 2010 - Beneficiary Protections Strengthened

Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare health and prescription drug plans will continue to have a wide range of plan options in 2010, and those beneficiaries who decide to change plans should find choosing a new plan simpler than in previous years. The same percentage of Medicare beneficiaries who have access to a Medicare Advantage plan today (99.9 percent) will have access to a Medicare Advantage plan in 2010. In addition, all Medicare beneficiaries will have many prescription drug plans from which to choose. Plan marketing begins today.
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Holy Name Hospital Improves Patient Efficiencies and Saves Big with Optimum Lightpath

85-year old Healthcare Institution Leverages Smart Fiber-to-the-Business for Efficient, Reliable Patient Care

Optimum LightpathSM, a market leader in Ethernet-based communication solutions for New York metropolitan area businesses, today announced that New Jersey-based Holy Name Hospital has enhanced patient and hospital efficiencies while realizing significant cost savings through its selection of Optimum Lightpath as its telecommunications provider.
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Community Takes to the Street to Raise Awareness

2nd Annual Ride for Wellness Local children, teens, and adults gathered on Sunday, September 13th to raise awareness of the link between physical activity and mental wellness and to support the life changing programming of Care Plus NJ. Cyclists rode up to 62 miles across Northern New Jersey, while others donned their walking shoes for a one mile walk through scenic Darlington County Park in Mahwah. Event attendees also enjoyed a delicious picnic, music, and fun children’s activities.
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No Bones About It

More than 180 restaurants have signed on for the fifth annual San Diego Restaurant Week, which kicks off Sunday. By all accounts, it could just as easily be called San Diego Short Ribs Week.

Dozens of eateries are putting their braising imprint on the quintessential comfort food. Preparations range from simple to sublime, with an array of wines used as part of the braising liquid — port, cabernet, merlot, Barolo ...
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National Beauty Retailer Introduces the Enrich, Empower & Enlighten Scholarship to Maywood, NJ

ULTA, “the store on everyone’s lips” and the best resource for everything beauty, is proud to announce an exciting grand opening in Maywood, NJ at the Bergen Town Center located at 45 West Spring Valley Avenue, Maywood, NJ 07607 on October 15, 2009. In honor of the grand opening weekend, consumers will receive free makeovers, hair consultations and Dermalogica face-mapping, and the first 100 guests to visit the store will receive a gift certificate with values ranging from $5 to $100. As part of the ULTA Enrich, Empower & Enlighten Scholarship program, local high school senior girls also will have the opportunity to pick up an application to receive a $2,500 scholarship to the educational institution of their choice.
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Incentives Drive Deals at The Preserve in Matawan, N.J.

The Preserve in Matawan, NJ
Time is Running Out to Take Advantage of Tax Credits

The Preserve, American Properties Realty's popular community in Matawan, NJ, has seen an increase in deals resulting from the $8,000 federal tax credit deadline of November 30th for first-time buyers, combined with their own $10,000 incentive. With time running out for first-time buyers to take advantage of the federal tax incentives, The Preserve has seen an influx of interest at their successful luxury condominium community, with 91 percent of buyers in 2009 being first timers. Nearly all have qualified for the eligibility limit of $95,000 for an individual or $170,000 filing jointly.
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Children’s Aid and Family Services and The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources Merge

Bergen County-based non-profit agencies, Children’s Aid and Family Services and The Center for Alcohol and Drug Resources announced today that their two organizations have merged.

Children’s Aid and Family Services is one of the leading non-profit human services organizations serving northern New Jersey with services ranging from adoption and foster care to early childhood education, eldercare, and education and support programs for families.
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Exercise Beneficial at Any Age

No matter what your age, it's never too late to start exercising. In fact, if you're a senior citizen, physical activity is an excellent way to improve your overall health.

In older adults, regular exercise reduces the risk of illness, injury and even death. The results of a recent Harvard study demonstrated that physical activity can increase life expectancy, even in folks who don't begin exercising until the age of 75.
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Fame And Paul Iacono

I have a confession to make, I very rarely go to the movie. I went to see Fame playing at the AMC Theaters over at Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center because of Paul Iacono. I went there because Paul's father, Anthony, is a friend of mine. Anthony had introduced me to Paul when his son had visited the Don Imus – WFAN Pediatric Center for Tomorrow's Children to cheer up some of their patients.
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International Guitarist Stanley Yates to Perform at Bergen Community College, October 14 and 15

Stanley Yates
Renowned classical guitarist Stanley Yates, who has established an international career as performer and distinguished artist, will headline two concerts at Bergen Community College to celebrate Latin American heritage. Mr. Yates will host a lecture and music recital titled "Guitarra Hispanica," on Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre. The event is free and open to the public. The program will feature selections from "The Vihuela," "The Chitarra Spagnola," "The Classical Six-String Guitar," "Rebirth of the Spanish Guitar," "Early Twentieth Century" and "The Guitar in Brazil."
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Choose Contrasting Color Schemes for a More Powerful Effect

Q: My husband and I both like the color gray, so I was glad to see that a number of the designers in a show house used gray on the walls. But they also used beige furniture and a beige-and-gray plaid rug. It was very pretty, but a little too dull for us. What else would you suggest with gray?
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Take the steps necessary to make a difference by participating in American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

Hackensack University Medical Center and its John Theurer Cancer Center extend an invitation to team up with the American Cancer Society to help save lives. Take the steps necessary to make a difference by participating in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®, a 5K, noncompetitive walk that will be held at Bergen Community College on Saturday, October 18. The event will unite the Bergen and Passaic County communities to honor breast cancer survivors, educate people about steps they can take to reduce their risk or find breast cancer early, and raise funds to help end this disease.
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River Pointe by Del Webb to Celebrate Grand Opening of New Main Entrance on Oct. 4

River Pointe
— Event Will Feature a Classic Car Show and Music From a Doo-Wop Band —

Residents of River Pointe by Del Webb and the surrounding area are invited to a special event at the active-adult community on Sunday, Oct. 4. From 1 to 4 p.m., River Pointe will host an old-fashioned celebration in honor of the unveiling of the community’s new main entrance.
Attendees are invited to stroll along Retreat Drive while admiring classic, vintage cars on display courtesy of The Vintage Automobile Museum of New Jersey. Additionally, Sounds of The Street — a fun ‘50’s doo-wop band — will provide entertainment for visitors who’d like to tour River Pointe’s five newly decorated model homes.
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Bergen Community College Adds Nonprofit Management to Berkeley Transfer Agreement

Bergen Community College students successfully completing courses in Nonprofit Management will be able to transfer those credits toward a Bachelor of Science degree at Berkeley College, under an updated agreement between the two schools. The original transfer agreement – signed in March 2008 – created a pipeline for students between Bergen and Berkeley. The amended agreement now includes Bergen’s Associate in Science in Professional Studies, Business Administration: Nonprofit Management option, which enables transfer to Berkeley’s B.S. in Management program. To earn a B.S. in Management from Berkeley, students must successfully complete 16 courses at the four-year school, which maintains campuses in New Jersey and New York.
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Repertorio Espanol presents play about conflict of free will and predestination at Bergen Community College, October 24, 2009

Repertorio Espanol
Repertorio Espanol, a theatre company dedicated to presenting both classic and contemporary works from Spain and Latin America, will present "La Vida Es Sueno" (Life is a Dream) at Bergen Community College on Saturday, October 24, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre. Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for students, children and seniors (65 and over).
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Rosa Mexicano's Annual Chocolate Festival Sept. 30 - Oct. 25

Rosa Mexicano It is hard to believe that it has already been one year since our dinner at Riverside Square, but Rosa Mexicano’s annual Chocolate Festival kicks off this Wednesday, September 30th at Rosa Mexicano Riverside Square. Chocolate lovers can enjoy sweet and savory menu specials all month long; learn to cook with their favorite ingredient at a demonstration and luncheon on Saturday, October 10; or indulge in a cocoa-inspired four-course feast with beverage and cocktail pairings on Wednesday, October 14.
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Mayor and Council Meeting 9 - 29 - 09

Meeting 09/29/09 Nine Paramus Police Officers promoted; no H1N1 shots for Seniors, Returning serviceman honored, Joey Rizzolo thanks Paramus, afternoon Tai Chi to return to the Senior Center, Community Health Day to be held on October 14th, vegetable oil powers Borough trucks. These were the highlights of a late starting/ late ending Council meeting held Tuesday evening at the Paramus Borough Hall.
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Ford's Raptor Pickup Can Hold its Own on Ragged Trails

Ford Raptor
Twenty-two miles in 25 minutes isn't a commute time worth bragging about — but it's a brisk clip behind the wheel of a Ford Raptor on the San Felipe Wash of the Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area in San Diego County.

Ford was at the off-road area recently for the media debut of its V-8 powered Raptor SVT, a modified F-150 pickup.

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