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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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Past Paramus Sunrise Rotary President Anthony Iacono Donates $3000.00

Paramus Sunrise Meeting 9/29/09 At the regular Tuesday morning Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club meeting, Past President Anthony Iacono donated $3000.00 to the Don Imus – WFAN Pediatric Center. On hand to accept the check was Kathy Ambrose, Administrative Director. The monies came from the funds allocated to the past president after completing his office.
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Moon River and Me by Andy Williams; A Memoir


Andy Williams has become an icon in the music and entertainment world. He presents this autobiography to show how he managed to achieve that goal from humble beginnings in Branson, Missouri. At first, it was his father that pushed the four Williams brothers into singing and a diligent practice routine. The next step involved Kay Thompson and her innovative mind.
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Jonathan Kellerman's New Book – Evidence


The famous Alex Delaware emerges again in Evidence, published by Ballantine Books. Due out on October 6th. 2009, Kellerman fans will once again be held in suspense as Delaware and Milo Sturgis solve a heinous crime that turns out to be arson related. In this novel, Alex Delaware cedes the lead position to Sturgis. Even Delaware's mate, Robin, while mentioned takes a minor role in this novel.
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CB Richard Ellis Releases Whitepaper that Defines the "New Normal" in New Jersey's Commercial Real Estate Market


Kevin Welsh
-Report finds that many of the market adjustments being witnessed are not normal cyclical changes, but rather new standards or the "new normal" -

As the economic downturn continues to impact real estate, a new paradigm has been established for assessing office leasing markets, particularly in the state of New Jersey, finds a recently released whitepaper that was issued by CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm. Concluding that commercial real estate will not return to what has historically been normative in New Jersey, this whitepaper, which is entitled, "New Jersey Office Leasing: A Market Redefined," helps define this new context for commercial real estate, or the "new normal," and speculates on the present and future opportunities for tenants and owners.
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Folk Star Cheryl Wheeler Plays Bergen, Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m


Cheryl Wheeler
A virtual who’s who of folk and country artists have covered Cheryl Wheeler’s work, including Dan Seals, Peter Paul and Mary and Garth Brooks. Wheeler, the artist behind these stars, will visit Bergen Community College on Friday, October 16, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre for “An Evening with Cheryl Wheeler: In Concert.” Tickets are $24 for adults and $22 for students, children (17 and under) and senior citizens (65 and over).
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Fashion for the Chic and Cheap


When the chic go shopping on the cheap, it can be tough — but you don't have to be rich to look great, says Amanda Brooks, a fashion expert who is a regular contributor for vogue.com and former creative director of Tuleh.

"True style doesn't have a price tag," says Brooks, who has just finished writing her new style guide, "I Love Your Style: How to Define and Refine Your Personal Style" (HarperCollins, $19.99).
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The Master Gardeners Of Bergen County Presents "Bulbs for the Spring Garden"

At the next Master Gardener meeting, Weibke Hinch, will be presenting a special program on "Bulbs for the Spring Garden".
As another growing season comes to a close, Fall is the time to provide for beautiful Spring color. To enjoy the glorious bulb flowers that bloom in spring, you must plant them in the Fall. Come and learn how to create a breathtaking and beautiful spring garden, for next year and years to come. Spring-flowering bulbs offer a wide variety of colors, heights and flowering periods.
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Planned Parenthood Endorses Voss/Wagner for Assembly

Assemblywomen Pledge Continued Support for Women’s Health Services, Reproductive Rights

(38th Legislative District) – Democratic Assemblywomen Joan Voss and Connie Wagner today received the support of Planned Parenthood – a leading advocacy organization that pushes for quality women’s health care services and reproductive rights. The Assemblywomen thanked the Planned Parenthood Political Action Committee and pledged to be consistent supporters of women’s health by opposing any effort to turn back the clock on reproductive health issues.
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The Rufus Reid Trio Brings their Swinging Grooves and Ballads to Bergen Community College, October 11


The Rufus Reid Trio
The Rufus Reid Trio, a seasoned ensemble that will delight the audience with its musical eloquence and style, will perform at Bergen Community College on Sunday, October 11, 2009 at 3 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre. Tickets are $16 for adults and $14 for students, children and seniors (65+). The audience will be taken on a delightful musical outing when Rufus Reid, a forty-five year veteran bassist with over 350 recordings, takes the stage. He has won numerous recognitions and awards for his compositions, including a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for composition in June 2008.
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IBEW Code of Excellence is Contractor Tested and Local Union 164 Electrician Approved at Meadowlands Stadium


Best Practices Program Sets New Standard for Construction Projects in New Jersey

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ (IBEW) Code of Excellence is yielding desirable results at the new Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. – which is five months ahead of schedule and significantly under budget. The new code, which was implemented by Local 164, based in Paramus, N.J., was developed in collaboration with the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) to define overall expectations for skilled electricians, telecommunications workers, shop stewards and those in supervisory/management roles
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Small Business Expert Advises: "Don't Blame the Economy"

Michael Goldman With unemployment now topping 9.7 percent, veteran business coach and author Michael Goldman says many of the 6.9 million laid off since the recession began are no longer seeking jobs, they are creating them. *Goldman is helping many small business owners, new as well as established ones, plug into success.. "You cannot believe the economy is responsible for a downturn in your business. If you own a business -- you are responsible. If you blame the economy, then you are going to miss opportunities happening all around you," says Goldman, president of Performance Breakthrough in Paramus, NJ. "There are opportunities in every type of business, regardless of the economy."
Mike Goldman
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Shaolin Warriors Present a Remarkable, Theatrical Display of Kung Fu at bergenPAC


Shaolin Warriors
World Class Martial Arts Production- Includes Performers from NYC Production

Friday October 9th- 8:00 PM - $45, $40, $35, $25, $15

bergenPAC is proud to present the Shaolin Warriors in a fully choreographed theatrical production, bringing remarkable skill, stunning movement and spectacular imagery of Kung Fu on October 9th. Performed by disciples of the Shaolin schools, known throughout the world for their disciplined and deadly martial-arts prowess.
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Joan Rivers Comedienne, Actress, Jewelry Designer, Red Carpet Hostess, Author and So Much More!


Joan Rivers
Live at bergenPAC

Thursday October 22nd- 8:00 PM - $89, $59, $49, $39, $29

See Joan Rivers Live at bergenPAC in Englewood, New Jersey Thursday October 22nd at 8pm Joan Rivers. Joan Rivers who is currently appearing on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” and celebrating the publication of her two new books Men Are Stupid And They Like Big Boobs and Murder At the Academy Awards, is a force of nature and one of the hardest working celebrities in the world.

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