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Don’t Be a Turkey This Thanksgiving. Buckle Up America. Every Trip. Every Time. Urges the Paramus Police Department

Highway travel during the 2009 Thanksgiving holiday week is expected to be heavy in the Paramus area as families pile into their cars and head off for holiday destinations. But there’s one sure recipe that can turn a joyful holiday into a tragedy: failure to buckle up. “Seat belts are the single most important safety device in your vehicle and they have saved countless lives and prevented untold numbers of injuries over the years,” said Paramus Police Chief Richard Cary. “I urge everyone driving on our state’s roads this holiday to drive carefully, don’t drive impaired and, most important, buckle up each and every trip, night or day.”
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LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) is launching the Building Integration Pavilion


Further extending its position as the leader in commercial and architectural lighting technology and education, LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) is launching the Building Integration Pavilion on the trade show floor, along with a parallel educational track as part of its renowned conference programming, at the May 2010 trade show and conference in Las Vegas.
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SRO At Paramus Barnes & Noble's Author James Patterson Signing

Author James Patterson Signing Standing room only was available when prolific author James Patterson came to autograph I, Alex Cross, his new book. This took place on Monday eve, November 16th. Barnes and Noble was well prepared having brought in security guards dressed in black suits identified only by their distinctive lapel pin, very low key! Promptly at 7 PM, B & N event manager Linda Galgano approached the podium and explained the procedure.
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Substance Abusive Discussed At Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Paramus Sunrise Meeting 11/17/09 John Migliaccio was the speaker at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club early Tuesday morning. Although employed by the NJ State Department of Corrections, John volunteers a good deal of his time to Paramus youth. Fully cognizant of all the schools and PTA's in town, he also works with organizations like the Paramus Elks and Safe Halloween at the Paramus Rescue Squad and the Paramus Fire Department.
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Festive Holiday Must-Haves


Let's face it, we may not be quite as vampy as our favorite heroine, Bella, but when the holidays roll around this year and the sun starts to go down, I think many of us will definitely be ready to howl at a new moon. It's also time to take a bite out of those boring basics in our closet. We can give them a new afterlife for those evening soirees in the months ahead.

Here are my favorite fashion must-haves for this holiday party season:
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HUMC Named One of Nation's Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Thomson Reuters


Hackensack University Medical Center has been named one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals® for cardiovascular care by Thomson Reuters. Hackensack University Medical Center is the only New Jersey hospital to be named to this prestigious list. Thomson Reuters’ annual study — 100 Top Hospitals: Cardiovascular Benchmarks — examined the performance of 971 hospitals by analyzing clinical outcomes for patients diagnosed with heart failure and heart attacks and
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1 Million SF World-Class Office Campus Offered for Sale at $47/SF


Morris Crossroads
CB Richard Ellis, Inc. is pleased to offer for sale the 1,000,855-square-foot, world-class, former BASF headquarters for $47.5 million (or $47±/SF), which equates to less than 20% of replacement cost. Morris Crossroads Corporate Campus is a trophy-quality facility, which is comprised of five buildings on a 97-acre campus, and is well-situated directly off Exits 25 and 26 of Interstate 80 at the crossroads of Routes 206 and 46 in Morris County, providing accessibility to New York, Pennsylvania and destinations throughout New Jersey.
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NAI James E. Hanson has recently been selected as the exclusive sale and/or leasing agent for 4 industrial/flex properties

- 4 properties total 43,575 SF and are located in New Jersey's most populated county -

- NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, has recently been selected as the exclusive sale and/or leasing agent for four industrial/flex properties, which total 43,575 square feet and are located in Bergen County, New Jersey. These properties include a 2,000-square-foot property at 591 Fairview Avenue in Fairview, a 7,575-square-foot space at 100 Leuning Street in South Hackensack, an 8,000-square-foot space at 169 Lodi Street in Hackensack and a 26,000-square-foot space at 100 Commerce Way in Hackensack.
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Dominican Republic College Administrators Visit Bergen Community College


Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan and Dr. Franklin Garcia Fermin
Officials from Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo Take Steps to Forge Strategic Partnership

The distance between Bergen Community College and the Dominican Republic got a little shorter recently. A delegation of officials from the Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo (UASD) – the largest public university in the Dominican Republic – visited the College on November 4 to explore the United States community college model and discuss how administrators can make it possible for students to transfer between the two schools. The officials were led by the College’s rector (president) Dr. Franklin Garcia Fermin, who met with Bergen President Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan. Bergen professor Alejandro Benjamin, who is Dominican, arranged the visit.
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HUMC Visitor Restriction Policy Taking Effect Thursday, November 19


HACKENSACK UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER WILL INSTITUTE FLU-RELATED VISITOR RESTRICTION POLICY EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19

Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) is committed to protecting the health and well-being of the community, inclusive of its patients, families, visitors, and staff. Due to the current flu pandemic, HUMC will be instituting several restrictions and precautions, mainly pertaining to limiting visitors to all medical center facilities. These restrictions will go into effect on Thursday, November 19, and include the following provisions:
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Englewood Mayor Speaks To Realtors

Englewood Mayor Speaks To Realtors Englewood Mayor Michael Wildes spoke at the General Meeting for the Eastern Bergen County Board of Realtors held at the Doubletree in Fort Lee, NJ to a group of approximately 200 Realtors from Bergen County.
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Michael Wildes Veterans Day 2009 Speech

Michael Wildes Veterans Day 2009 Speech We are gathered here this Veterans Day to honor and reflect upon the service of the 24 million veterans of the United States armed forces. Whether it is on the beaches of Normandy, in the jungles of Vietnam, or the in mountains of Afghanistan the courage and commitment of our soldiers has never been questioned.
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Deciphering Labels

Surfing the supermarket shelves will yield a mind-boggling array of new labels on our food. But what do these labels mean, and how truthful are their claims? For example, the "organic" label carries the promise that food is grown according to organic farming practices, in which soil is enriched and tested yearly. But what you don't see on that label are the carbon costs to the environment of transporting organic produce from California or (even worse) Argentina.
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Whole Foods Paramus Has Author Demonstrate How To Make Dumplings

Hands-On Dumpling Workshop Chef Wai Hon Chu, co-author of The Dumpling; A Seasonal Guide came to Whole Foods Paramus to show shoppers how to make vegetable potsticker dumplings and several ways to fold the dumplings. He not only demonstrated the art, but invited audience participation, not only in making them, but also in eating and savoring the taste.
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Hosting The Holidays At Fairway Market

Hosting The Holidays At Fairway Market With tents set up under the overhang, Fairway Market gave their patrons a chance to taste some of their holiday fare. Promoting their catering department under the aegis of Jennifer Fellman for the upcoming Thanksgiving holidays, they offered free samples of the menu.
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Nordstrom GSP Presents The Art Of Beauty Cosmetic Trend Show

Nordstorm GSP Trend Show Early morn Saturday November 14th, hundreds of women and a handful of men ascended the escalators to the third floor of Nordstrom at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center. They were welcomed by Store Manager Rodney Wagner who offered some prizes to the attendees. But let me back up.
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California Here We Come

California Here We Come "Dad, I'm going out to see Tara (my granddaughter) in San Diego for a few days, would you like to accompany me?" asked Jan, my oldest daughter. She told me to consider it a gift as a part of my 85th birthday celebration. Of course I replied in the positive without a moment's hesitation. I had been in San Diego about 12 years ago at a Rotary Fellowship Convention.
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A-Mano And Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Celebrate Italian Night

A-Mano Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club holds an International Dinner every few months. Rotarian Jim Lede was selected to chair the Italian Night dinner. He chose A-Mano in Ridgewood, a Neapolitan specialty pizza and fine dining restaurant. Co-owner Carlos Orlando was on hand to greet us and to explain the special dishes that we were served by our capable waitress, Tatia Kharbedia.
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NJ Dept. of Education's Dr. Paul Winkler Introduces Fred Buff's Book

Dr. Paul Winkler "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words ………………?" were the first words that Dr. Paul Winkler, Executive Director of the NJ State Commission on Holocaust Education asked the assembled group of Paramus High school students. Dr. Winkler conducted a Q & A session with them before introducing Paramus resident and author Fred Buff.
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Canadian Brass Quintet Seamlessly Blends Classical, Jazz and Renaissance Music


Canadian Brass Quintet
In an Unforgettable LIVE Performance at Englewood’s bergenPAC Wednesday December 9th - 8:00 PM

Together since the early 70s, The Canadian Brass Quintet’s recorded output is prolific and extraordinary. Seamlessly blending classical music styles with jazz, and even Renaissance music, the band is one of the most original today. The virtuosi of Canadian Brass have made the quintet an exciting vehicle for serious concert music.

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