Former Mayor Michael Wildes with his family and friends getting ready for his Annual Thanksgiving Giveaway. All food was purchased using the former Mayor’s “Wildes for Senate” campaign account and were packaged, prepared and distributed by local community residents. The Mayor has been doing this for well over a decade. The Former Mayor stated: “It is important for our children to appreciate their stock in life and to give back to those in need.
The Teaneck International Film Festival started out with a ‘Kick Off Party’ at Ultra Bar with a complimentary buffet and Happy Hour priced drinks. The Festival took place from November 19th to the 21st. Meeting and greeting folks at the door were Lee Long and Judy Distler. Although the invitation stated that the party stated at 5:30 PM, only a handful of people arrived at that time. This gave photographer Ray Turkin ample time to get some interesting photos.
Leahy is the Canadian powerhouse of eight musical brothers and sisters who mystify audiences whenever they play. As seen on their award winning PBS special, the band is a whirlwind triple-threat of fiddle-driven music, dance, and vocals augmented by keyboards and percussion. Their music combines the influence of their Irish and Scottish roots with their inherent desire to widely travel the musical map.
Written & Directed By Tony Glazer
Starring David Zayas, Michael O’keefe, Neal Bledsoe, Tom Pelphrey, Anthony Rapp
Camera’s will begin rolling on Wednesday, November 17 in Fort Lee, NJ as Tony Glazer’s JUNCTION, gears up for a six week shoot, including large SWAT scene complete with helicopters and sirens, which is scheduled to shoot December 11 & 12.
Franciscan Charities will hold its Annual Coat Drive on Saturday, Nov. 27 starting at 11:30 a.m. Those who are in need of heavy coats for the winter months will be able to peruse a selection of vintage and new coats in the basement of St. Ann's Church, 103 16th avenue in Newark, NJ.
"Our coat drives have been extremely successful the past few years," said Gina Ricciardi, a founding member of the volunteer group that is organizing the coat drive. "Last year, we gave out about 300-350 coats with about 200 extra coats left over. And the year before that it was even more."
Group Begins Establishing Guidelines for $24 Million Federal Grant To Train Low-Income Individuals for Health, Medical Jobs
Community college presidents, major healthcare employers and county workforce development officials met at Bergen Community College today to begin shaping a federally funded program expected to train up to 5,000 people for jobs in health and medical professions over the next five years.
ShopRite Donates More Than 35 Tons of Frozen Turkeys to Local Food Banks this Holiday Season
To help raise awareness for hunger this holiday season, ShopRite Partners In Caring invited representatives from New York and New Jersey to participate in their 2nd Annual Turkey Bowl Invitational. ShopRite store managers, members of the Harlem Globetrotters, the Food Bank for New York City and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey eagerly accepted the invite and rose to the challenge to settle which state bred the best turkey bowlers.
To mark the opening of Jersey City's newest public park, CANCOpark at 50 Dey St., CANCOlofts condominium and Jersey City officials gathered on Nov. 11, Veterans Day, for a dedication ceremony to honor all fallen veterans. The occasion was memorialized with a permanent flagpole placed inside the park, which is located directly across from CANCOlofts, the dynamic industrial-to-residential conversion of the former American Can Co. factory in Jersey City, N.J.
The United Way honored Bergen Community College for its commitment to community service with the Innovation Award for Best Challenge to Action at the Bergen County United Way 4th Annual Community Cornerstone Awards on November 12, 2010 in the West Hall Gallery on the College’s main campus in Paramus. In addition to Bergen, the United Way honored PSE&G, CUnet and Tricia DeBartolome, who is a United Way Compassion Fund manager.
OMEGA, the prestigious Swiss watch company, comes to Hackensack as the brand’s new flagship store opens at The Shops at Riverside, Bergen County’s premier shopping destination. OMEGA President Stephen Urquhart said that the brand’s new Flagship Boutique in Hackensack reflects his company’s enthusiasm for the market. “OMEGA USA is based in Northern New Jersey and Bergen County is an important market for the brand. The OMEGA Boutique is a perfect way to showcase our products in what we know will continue to be a great market for our brand.”
Bergen Community College’s Board of Trustees honored student athletes from the Men and Women’s Soccer teams at the November 3 board meeting. The Women’s Soccer Team finished the season with a 9-and-7 record, qualifying for the Region XIX Division III tournament for the first time in the team’s history. The Men’s Soccer Team had a record of 7 wins, 8 losses and one tie
SCORE Bergen offers free, in person, business counseling to entrepreneurs who are looking to start up a small business or have the need to grow their existing business. It is a part of SCORE National which is a non-profit business counseling organization affiliated with the Small Business Administration. SCORE Bergen has 47 experienced business executives who volunteer their time to help small businesses form and grow. Their backgrounds encompass Accounting, Financing, Marketing, Manufacturing, Operations, Legal, Sales and General Management. Score counselors can help solve business problems or direct clients to outside resources.
There is a lack of intelligent planning throughout New Jersey's 566 municipalities, especially in areas along common border lines. That was the consensus of the more than 80 local architects who recently attended a round table discussion in Tenafly, N.J., about zoning problems encountered by architects, planners and engineers in appearing before municipal regulatory boards.
On Tuesday, November 9th, over 250 guests attended Alpine Learning Group’s annual “Special Evening at SLATE” event in New York City which raised over $90,000 to support the educational programs of Alpine Learning Group, an education center serving children and adults with autism. Guests played billiards, mingled and enjoyed delicious cuisine in the relaxed atmosphere at SLATE, an upscale billiards hall and nightclub. The event included silent and live auctions as well as a Diamond Raffle where one lucky guest won a 1.34 carat diamond.
Kids & Adults Create Robots with Alibre DIY 3D Design at Home, School, & Work:
• Robot that Walks & Sees, • GPS Unmanned Robot Vehicle, • Artistic Robot
Alibre, Inc. www.alibre.com , the award-winning developer of the world’s most affordable professional 3D design software, announced today that Alibre Design 3D lets you create your own robots for the holidays.
Township’s Premier Community for Independent Older Adults Highlights its “First Lady”
Retiring seniors often say that living in familiar areas, near family, friends and places is among the most important decisions in choosing a retirement community. Paula Selbert, who was the first resident to move to Heritage Pointe of Teaneck seven years ago, is a testament to the benefits of staying near home. “I wanted to sell my home and stay in Teaneck, and the chance to enjoy the freedom that comes with renting, as well as the distinctive amenities and services here, was almost too good to be true,” stated Selbert.
Vitas of Livingston recently visited The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living for a special Veterans Day ceremony. During the observance, each resident Veteran shared stories about their time in the service. Barbara Adams-Plyer of Vitas (back row, second from left) presented Atrium resident Veterans Ed Dudar (seated, front), (first row, L-R) William Lange, Anne Detrano, Anna Voss, Dominic Mazzola, (back row, L-R) Adrian Nader, John Powers, Peter Lia, Robert Thorn and James Kelly with an appreciation certificate featuring their name and branch of service, and an American flag.
When planning holiday parties, it’s easy to get caught up in the glitz and glitter of the season and overspend. However, it is possible to throw a great party while staying within your budget. Money Management International (MMI) offers the following advice to plan a fun, yet frugal, holiday party.
Historic Ladies' Mile Landmark Offers Luxurious Options for Studio Buyers
The Cammeyer, a distinguished luxury Pre-war loft conversion located at 650 Sixth Avenue in the Flatiron district, recently debuted its new collection of lavishly adorned studio lofts, which offer a $50,000 credit towards home technology upgrades with KRAUS Hi-Tech Home Automation, interior design and furniture upgrades with Interior Marketing Group, Inc. or the option of combining both.
- Located at 266 Harristown Road, property is converted from Class-B to Class-A in order to attract smaller, local businesses and prospective tenants in medical industry -
Onyx Equities, LLC, announced today that it has successfully completed a 6,808-square-foot office lease transaction with World Software Corp., a Ridgewood, New Jersey based company that specializes in Document Management Systems for the legal profession, at 266 Harristown Road in Glen Rock, N.J., bringing the 63,000-square-foot Class-A office facility to full occupancy. Glenn Dulmage from MRH Real Estate represented both the landlord and the tenant in this transaction.