Saturday February 19th 8:00 PM
$79, $59, $39, $29
Bestowing upon bergenPAC several nights of engaging musical entertainment, The Opole, Philharmonic of Poland is one of Poland’s leading Orchestras. Philharmonic of Poland has performed with some of the world’s finest piano, violin, and vocal soloists. The Orchestra performs music of contemporary Polish composer, receiving great critical and popular acclaim. Awarded The State Award for Arts Excellence by the Ministry of Culture, the Polish Philharmonic possess a myriad of prestigious awards.
February 4, 2011 Attorney and Environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to serve as keynote speaker
Credited with leading the fight to protect New York City’s water supply, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. will share his insights on environmental issues during Bergen Community College’s “Focus on the Environment: Case Studies from Around the Nation Informing the NJ Discussion.”
The College’s Institute for Public Policy will host the event on Friday, February 4, 2011, from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Gymnasium on the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus.
Ever felt like crawling under your desk on the job? According to a new OfficeTeam survey, you’re in good company. Executives interviewed were asked to recount their most embarrassing moments at work. Here are some of their responses:
• “I screamed when I saw a lizard in my office.”
• “While speaking at a business event, I fell off the stage.”
• “I got locked in the office.”
• “I fainted during a meeting with a client.”
• “I went into the ladies’ bathroom by mistake.”
Renowned Neapolitan Pastry Master, Sebatino Sirica, Shares Baking Techniques at A Mano in Ridgewood, NJ Ridgeood’s authenic Neapolitan trattoria A Mano, hosts Italian pastry master Sebatino Sirica for a intimate viewing of the art of pastry. The esteemed maestro teaches the fundamentals of traditional Italian pastry on Januaray 13-15, 2011. Mr. Sirica shares his expert techniques and baking secrets at this rare hands-on workshop.
NEW YORK (January 18, 2011) – Adidas and Soles4Souls today announce the “This Is Not A Shirt” project in which New York high school students can purchase limited edition t-shirts, with 100 percent of the sale going to charity and local high schools.
Let's give the "climate of hate" rhetoric a rest for a moment. It's time to talk about the climate of death, in which the abortion industry thrives unchecked. Dehumanizing rhetoric, rationalizing language and a callous disregard for life have numbed America to its monstrous consequences. Consider the Philadelphia Horror.
One of the most widely circulated articles in The New York Times of late asks: "Is Law School a Losing Game?" For days, it was the most e-mailed story in the paper, and it is still among the Top 10.
The gist is simple enough: It costs well over $40,000 a year just to attend classes at virtually any private law school. Even publicly supported law schools have raised their tuitions dramatically in recent years, on the theory that taxpayers shouldn't have to subsidize the education of students who start earning $160,000 a year as soon as they graduate.
Tiny Love, the makers of infant development toys targeted to the birth – 12 month set, had the opportunity to mix and mingle with today’s hottest celebrities at the Pre-Golden Globe Awards Boom Boom Room in Los Angeles.
“We were excited to introduce celebrities from television, moves and stage to the Tiny Love brand,” said Ann Schwartz, General Manager, Tiny Love USA. ““There is a magical moment when a baby smiles or giggles.
On Thursday, January 13th, Lowe’s held its official opening at the Bergen Town Center. In accordance with it’s business, Mayor Rich LaBarbiera was asked not to cut the traditional ribbon, but to saw the token sheet of lumber. A man of great strength, he complied! Accompanying him were Paramus Council members, Acting Police Chief Christopher Brock and Bergen Town Center General Manager Bassam Mhichi.and store manager John Marzacca
2011 is here with a vengeance as we all brave the cold & snowy days. Sun or snow, the New Year brings great hope and appreciation to all those who have continued to support Holy Name's MS Center.
We're excited to announce that our 14th Annual Spring Fashion Fling for MS is scheduled for Sunday, May 1, 2011 at the Glenpointe Marriott in Teaneck, NJ and we've successfully secured Saks Fifth Avenue, The Shops at Riverside as our Fashion Sponsor! Mr. Chris Cimino, WNBC-TV meteorologist will return to serve as our Honorary Chairperson
MMI survey shows astrological signs may impact tax-time habits
"What's your sign?" is not a question you typically expect to hear from your accountant, yet according to a recent survey by Money Management International(MMI), tax time can be very different for consumers born under different sun signs. For example, the MMI surveyfound that Libras expecting a refund plan to receive an average refund of $2,200, while Aries are expecting a significant $800 less
"The Last Cruise of the S.S. Minnow” by John Logue. If you were a fan of Gilligan’s Island, The Love Boat, The Poseidon Adventure or Titanic, then this is the show for you. Come join Captain Jonas "Skipper" Stubing as you board the S.S. Millennium Minnow for a pleasant dinner cruise. Unfortunately, things quickly become unpleasant when it is discovered that a bomb is hidden on board, and a murder is committed. Will detective Drew Burymore solve the mystery? Will Ginger be persuaded to sing a song? Will MaryAnn reveal her recipe for coconut cream pie? Did Thurston and Lovey bring enough clothes for the trip? Can Milly Brown be forced to capsize?
Cites Recent Conviction of Fort Lee Public Employee as Evidence of Need
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner on Friday said the recent conviction of a Fort Lee public works employee was further evidence of the need for her legislation that would provide relief to taxpayers who contributed money toward the pensions of officials who ended up being convicted of corruption. “New Jersey communities that contributed hard-earned money to the pensions of corrupt officials deserve a break,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “Taxpayers expect honorable service, and they shouldn’t be financially penalized when they get otherwise.”
Touchdowns for Families Campaign Boosts Healthy U Program at Garfield YMCA
Through 14 weeks of the 2010-11 football season, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, together with its participating Master Broker companies, raised $24,000 though the Touchdowns for Families campaign for New Jersey YMCA State Alliance and Healthy U. A check in this amount was presented by Al Bowles (left), Vice President for Commercial and Major Accounts, Horizon BCBSNJ, and Alan Zollo, Vice President of Hanson & Ryan Benefit Services Group, of Totowa, (middle) to Richard Gorab (right), President, NJ YMCA State Alliance. The proceeds of the campaign support the Garfield YMCA and the Healthy U initiative, which is the nation’s largest after school childhood obesity prevention and education program.
- Helios Capital exclusively advises New Jersey regional bank in loan-sale of a 60,562 SF, 3-story mixed-use, retail/office property in Hudson County -
Helios Capital, LLC, a New Jersey-based commercial loan-advisory firm specializing in small balance non-performing commercial loans in the secondary market under $25 million, announced today that it has recently been retained as the exclusive advisor to sell a non-performing commercial loan secured by a three story, 60,562-square-foot mixed-use retail/office building that is located in Jersey City, N.J.
-Norton Supply Co. leases industrial space in prime location-
NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce the completion of a new 12,000-square-foot industrial/office/flex lease agreement at 140 Grand Street in Carlstadt, N.J. NAI Hanson Vice Presidents Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter represented the lessee, Norton Supply Co., Inc. in this transaction, while Blake Chroman represented the landlord, AMB Institutional Fund 11LP.
Esperanza Spalding’s multi-lingual voice, instrumental talents as a bassist and composer have garnered her recognition as a Grammy nominee for Best New Artist in 2010 and appearances at The White House. Ms. Spalding will perform at Bergen Community College on Saturday, January 22, 2011 at 8 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus.
Advance Realty’s Significant Renovations Result in Three Major Lease Transactions, Totaling More Than 260,000 Square Feet
Advance Realty, a leading Northeast U.S. owner and developer of Class A office, mixed-use and multi-family properties, will mark the completion of its redevelopment of [email protected], a 320,000-square-foot, Class A office building located at 445 South Street in Morris Township, N.J., with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 18.
The Discussion He Needs to Be Having is How to Create Jobs, Jobs, Jobs In light of Governor Christie’s visit to the heart of her legislative district today, Assemblywoman Connie Wagner called on the Governor to refocus his priorities on what matters most to residents – job creation and economic stimulation.
“The Governor is touting his town hall meetings as a means to ‘meet with New Jersey families to listen and discuss the big things facing New Jersey: fiscal discipline, pension and benefits, and education reform.’ The Governor listed three priorities for his administration and should have added a fourth: job creation.