Apex Engineering: Accident ReconstructionForensic Engineering Product Liability
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, February 13 2016 @ 07:51 AM EST
Advertise Your Business - Tageting Bergen, Passaic Counties and North Jersey
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Two Historical Preservation Projects in New Jersey Receive Design Awards


Design Awards
Architects' Group Honors Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects

Two historical preservation projects in New Jersey designed by Princeton, N.J.-based Farewell Mills Gatsch Architects have won Merit Awards in the "Historical Preservation" category from the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ). The awards for the preservation of Whig Hall in Princeton and the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton, both in Mercer County, N.J., were announced at AIA-NJ's annual Design Day event held at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, N.J. The design awards were presented recently at an awards dinner at Thomas Edison College in Trenton, N.J.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

10 Steps to Improving Your Local Economy


Recently, most of America's industry has been "outsourced" overseas, causing a loss of jobs and the disintegration of hometowns built around factories. Our current recession is an indication that this global economy is not working. Economist and author Michael Shuman said recently "about 42 percent of our economy is 'place based,' or created through small, locally owned businesses." This means that almost half our economy depends upon small independent businesses that make up the backbone of our hometowns.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Mexican Passover at Rosa Mexicano w/FREE cooking demo March 27 at 10 a.m.


Mexican Passover at Rosa Mexicano
Available March 24th through April 5th
FREE Cooking Demonstration March 27th at 10:00 am
ROSA MEXICANO RIVERSIDE SQUARE, 390 HACKENSACK AVENUE, 201.489.9100

Starters
Haroset Tropical / Tropical Haroset
A blend of tropical fruits, nuts and sweet wine. Served with matzoh
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Job or No Job, He's Still Her Hero

On her husband's last day on the job, Renee Spencer sent me the kind of e-mail that could have come from a devoted spouse living just about anywhere in America.

I do not know Renee, but that didn't matter. She is a blue-collar worker's wife in Ashtabula, Ohio, reaching out to another wife, whose working-class roots run deep in that same small town.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

The Deem-o-crats' Towering Deception

If you cannot trust government's numbers, you cannot trust government's words. This is the lesson of the House Democrats' desperate promotion of a phony-baloney Congressional Budget Office analysis of their latest health care takeover package.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Sweet Harvest for Meyer Lemons


TEMECULA — When life hands you lemons by the millions, make lemonade.

Then have your caterer make a lemon dressing for a garbanzo bean salad; lemon gremolata for the lemon-grilled chicken; and lemon creme bržlee. At a recent lunch hosted by farmer Scott McIntyre, there were lemon slices in pitchers of iced water, lemon zest in butter pats and lemons in the trees on the hills ringing his home.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Wagner: Christie Plan To Repeal Bergen County Blue Law Is Misguided & Gimmicky


Assemblywoman Connie Wagner
Assemblywoman Connie Wagner (D-Bergen) on Wednesday said Gov. Chris Christie should be focusing his attention on revising his tax-laden budget proposal, not repealing Bergen County’s longstanding ban on Sunday business. Christie’s tax-increase budget plan relies on a $65 million in revenue from repealing Bergen County’s law, which has enjoyed longtime public support and withstood legal challenges and a 1993 referendum seeking to overturn it.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Community Blood Services at Fairway Market

Community Blood Services at Fairway Market Looking for donors, one of the Community Blood Services Bloodmobile was parked outside of Fairway Market on a busy Friday. This brought to mind the recent talk by MaryAnn Siniscalchi at the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club. This Bloodmobile, to fill its gas tank takes over $200.00. For people that don’t want to, or can’t, give blood, they can donate a gas tank refill or two. Any contribution is gratefully accepted.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Architectural Digest Home Design Show Kicks Off

Home Design Show The Architectural Digest Home Design Show kicked off its event today with a special preview session for the DIFFA Dining by Design exhibit and the Go Green Expo. The Design Show is located on Pier 94 in New York City and officially opens for public viewing Friday, March 20th through Sunday, March 21st.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

MaryAnn Siniscalchi Discusses the Community Blood Service at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 3-16-10 The manager of Volunteer Services at Community Blood Services, MaryAnn Siniscalchi chatted with the members of Paramus Sunrise Rotary. While there is always a need for blood, her organization also needs items like a gift card (food or medical) gas money ($200.00 to fill a Bloodmobile tank), medical supplies, office supplies and educational material.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Vegetables Make Grand Entree


For all of San Diego's cred as a farm-to-fork, sustainable, seasonally driven dining town, eating out as an honest-to-goodness, card-carrying vegetarian can sometimes be pretty hard to swallow. The pickings become more meager still if an elegant atmosphere with haute cuisine is in order.

A few months back, Executive Chef Trey Foshee of George's California Modern unveiled a vegetarian menu alongside his seasonal offerings.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Blue Plate Special: Letting a Collection Inspire a Color Scheme


Q: I've been given a collection of old plates by my aunt, who told me in no uncertain terms that they are "works of art and must be displayed prominently." They are beautiful, but I don't know where to put them. Our dining room is small and already full of things I love looking at. Are plates appropriate in a living room?

A: Well, yes ... a thing of beauty can be a joy wherever. Don't fall victim to thinking in cliches, such as:
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Hunter Douglas Donates $550,000 to Haitian Relief


UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., March 16, 2010 – Hunter Douglas, Inc., the leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window coverings in North America, announced that it has donated a total of $550,000 to two nonprofits – the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Habitat for Humanity International – to help relieve the suffering and aid the recovery of the Haitian people following the massive earthquake and its terrible aftermath. Each of these worthy organizations was carefully selected and will receive $275,000 for the relief and recovery of the people of Haiti.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

New Bounce House Opens in Paramus!


Michelle Zakko
BounceU recently opened in Paramus on Eisenhower Drive (off of Century Road). I was fortunate to have a day off during the week so I called this place to find out if they had any open play time. Lucky for me they had open play time that day from 4-5:30. So I took the kids. We got there about ten to four and they made us wait in the lobby area. They made everyone wait and then at 4 they had all the kids sit in front of this TV screen for an instructional safety video.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Care Plus Foundation Presents Documentary By Actor Joe Pantoliano

On March 31st at 6pm, Care Plus Foundation and Bergen Community College Wellness Center will be screening the award-winning documentary from actor Joey Pantoliano called No Kidding, Me Too. The documentary aims to shed light on mental health and to remove the stigma associated with mental illness.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Plus-Size Fashion Tips


When it comes to wearing plus-size clothes, it's all about attitude, says Babe Hope, author of a new guidebook: "Pretty Plus: How to Look Sexy, Sensational and Successful No Matter What You Weigh" (New Horizon Press, $14.95). Since Hope has struggled with weight issues all her life, she has decided to transform her "pity party" into a "pretty party" by writing a book that gives new fashion skills to plus-size women.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Time to Beat Litter


As the last snow melts, and first tender shoots work their way up through the dark soil, we humans cannot help but see our handiwork everywhere we look: litter!

Spring showers wash it into our lawns, collect it in the gutters by the roads and consolidate it on storm drains. With no leaves as camouflage, we see the plastic bags caught on bare branches. Beer bottles, tin cans and Styrofoam cups nestle like Easter eggs under shrubs and bushes. Litter is a manmade blight on the American landscape.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Pascack Community Bank Celebrates Grand Opening of New Branch in Rochelle Park with St. Patty’s-Themed Event


Savin’ of the Green Event Offers Customers a Chance to Win Cash and Prizes

Pascack Bancorp, (OTC Bulletin Board “OTCBB” stock symbol “PSBR.OB”) announced today that Pascack Community Bank’s Grand Opening Celebration of the Bank of Rochelle Park, a Division of Pascack Community Bank, located at 1 East Passaic Street at the corner of Rochelle Avenue, will be on Saturday, March 13th from 9am until noon.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

NAI Global Names Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter of NAI James E. Hanson to Global Elite

NAI Global recently named Jeffrey DeMagistris and Thomas Vetter, Associate Vice Presidents of NAI James E. Hanson in Hackensack, New Jersey, to the NAI Global Elite, a group comprised of the organization’s top performers and top producers. Both DeMagistris and Vetter qualified as a Top Producer at the Elite level based on production in 2009.
Share eMail Article To a Friend

Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands Hosts an Open House, March 22, 2010


Learn about workforce development opportunities available from entry-level to CEO positions in a variety of industries throughout northern New Jersey at an Open House on Tuesday, March 22, 2010 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands in Lyndhurst, 3rd floor. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about job training and educational programs available for unemployed workers and currently employed individuals who are looking to advance in their careers through two grants the College recently received.

Adsense R01 300x250

Home Sidebar Ad 1

Home Sidebar 2

Top 10 Stories in 30 Days

Top 10 Stories in the last 30 Days

Adsense R02 300x250

Text Sponsor Ads

Trinity Presbyterian Church
Join the purpose driven church exercising faith, hope, and love because nothing else matters...
www.TrinityFamily.org
Spivak Lighting
Lamp Repairs, Chandeliers, Track Lighting, Outdoor Lamps, Recess Lighting, Paddle Fans, Consultation
www.spivaklighting.com
StoneMicro Web Technologies
Dynamic Website Development, Content Management System, Blogs, Web design, Web hosting services
www.StoneMicro.com
Sponsor ParamusPost