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Bergen Community College Students to work with State Leaders to Promote Funding for Higher Education

Ron Subramaniam, Brittany Wright and Yoel Weisshaus
Three Bergen Community College students will be making an impact on funding for higher education programs in New Jersey. Ron Subramaniam of Teaneck was recently elected to serve as the Chairperson for the 2009-2010 Student Advisory Committee for the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority. Yoel Weisshaus, also of Teaneck, and Brittany Wright of Waldwick were appointed to the committee. The students will be working with key decision makers to share their views on financial aid programs for higher education.
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Bergen Community College Adds Government/Public Service Program

Continuing Education Courses Discuss Functions of Public Sector

A seven-course program on local government designed for those working in the public sector or ordinary citizens interested in learning more about the nuts and bolts of how government works is being offered by Bergen Community College.
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Knights of Columbus will sponsor a pasta buffet at 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington on Sunday, October 18, 2009

Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus will sponsor a pasta buffet benefit in their hall at 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ 07676 on Sunday, October 18, 2009 from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Proceeds will go to Several Sources Shelters, Inc. The menu will include pasta, meatballs, sausage and salad. Soda will be free and a cash bar will be available. Tickets are priced at $20 per individual, no charge for tots younger than 5, with a $50 family cap for parents and their minor children

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CB Richard Ellis Completes 10,830 SF Lease Relocation At 6 Campus Drive In Parsippany, New Jersey

- Marks 2nd relocation transaction completed by CBRE at this property within the past 6 months -

CB Richard Ellis, New Jersey's leading commercial real estate brokerage firm, is pleased to announce the recent completion of a 10,830-square-foot lease relocation at 6 Campus Drive in Parsippany, N.J. CB Richard Ellis' Tom Mallaney, fist vice president, represented the tenant, CHA, a national full-service engineering and design firm, in this transaction. Currently located at 2001 Route 46 in Parsippany, CHA will be relocating its regional office and operations on December 1st, 2009 to the Mack-Cali Business Center at 6 Campus Drive and will occupy 10,830 square feet of space within the 150,000 square foot facility.
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Summer Ending? Not in Santa Monica

Area Hotels and Merchants Team Up and Invite Travelers to Experience Santa Monica's "Never-Ending" Summertime Spirit With a Third Night Free and Complimentary Attraction Package

Not quite ready to say goodbye to summer yet, Santa Monica announced today the extension of its popular Sun, Sea, Save visitors package through Dec. 31, 2009. For the remainder of 2009, travelers will be able to take advantage of a 3rd night free and a variety of free attraction passes when booking from participating Santa Monica hotels.
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We are happy to inform you that Fairway’s food experts will appear on the NBC Channel 4 shows LX TV and LX NY

This fall, when LXTV premieres “LX NY,” its new daily lifestyle program on WNBC-TV / Channel 4 in New York, as well as its signature program “LXTV First Look,” many of the food and cooking segments will prominently feature New York’s iconic grocery and specialty food store Fairway Market.

Let’s tell everyone to watch!

LX TV Program segments will air at the following times:

· Saturday at 7:30pm

· Saturday at 1am

· Sunday at midnight
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Save Your Dough

For all you aspiring pizzaioli, let's get one thing out of the way right now. Try as you might, you're going to have a tough time replicating the pies produced by your favorite pizza-maker.

But you can come pretty darn close.
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Designer Tricks to Make a Small Room Look Bigger

Q: We have the smallest-ever breakfast area opening off our kitchen. My husband built a banquette and hung a light over the table, but it still makes us claustrophobic! I'm thinking of wallpapering. Would stripes be a good idea, just to relieve the squeezed look?

A: Especially if you run the stripes horizontally around the walls. It's a failsafe optical illusion.
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At Last: Happy Cost of Government Day!?!

New Jersey taxpayers finally done paying off the cost of government

WASHINGTON, D.C.—On August 12, 2009, Americans marked the national Cost of Government Day (COGD), the date of the calendar year when the average American finishes paying off his or her share of federal, state and local spending, and regulatory burden. Taxpayers had to work 224 days out of the year just to meet all costs imposed by government.
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Soul has Spirit: Kia Loads Economy Model with Style and Comfort

Kia Soul
The more they design cars for young people, the better they fit old people. Think Pontiac Aztek, Honda Element, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Scion xB, Suzuki SX4 hatchback and, more recently, the Nissan Cube and the Kia Soul.

Auto marketers cringe when their trend-setting, versatile vehicle could be labeled an old-person's car, but function and comfort have no age limit. Young people will be comfortable in the Soul, and old people will like being seen in a young-person's car.
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Breakfast At Tiffany's by Truman Capote

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Truman Capote's writing of Breakfast at Tiffany's, this book also contains several other short stories. While almost everyone remembers Audrey Hepburn's reed like figure in the movie, fewer remember the book about Holly Golightly, a complete study in being quixotic. It is almost a given that Truman Capote's literary ability in composing this story was also taken lightly.
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American Parent by Sam Apple

Anyone who has experienced the joys of parenthood is an instant candidate for this book of fond memories. Sam Apple portrays the role of the mostly typical new parent, primarily the father side. The wonders, the obsessions, the naming, the nursery items, the fears and the fondness are all parts of the investigation by this father to be in preparing for the oncoming parenthood.
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Rules of Deception by Christopher Reich

There are no rules of deception and the book goes on to prove it. A well written novel by Christopher Reich, published by Anchor Books, it holds the reader's interest right to the end of the deception. It deals with a surgeon's loss of his wife while on a ski trip. An avalanche forces them to seek shelter and the husband, Dr. Jonathan Ransom, to leave her to seek aid for her injury. What transpires is a journey into the mystery of the rules of deception.
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Pomegranate Hosts More than 2500 at 1st Birthday Celebration

Pomegranate 1st Birthday Prizes, Food, Entertainment & Local VIPS Among Fanfare
Brooklyn, NY… Pomegranate, NYC’s upscale gourmet kosher marketplace celebrated its first birthday on August 19th hosting more than 2500 guests who enjoyed a jam-packed day of fun, food, prizes and VIP guests. Hundreds of $100 gift certificates were awarded to anyone celebrating a birthday on the same day, and the grand prize of two round trip tickets to Israel went to Miriam Kaufman of Flatbush, NY. The Weber grill went to Susana Weiss, also of Flatbush, Brooklyn.
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The Shoe Show: Fall's Top Shoe Trends

This fall, they're irresistible. Ladies are definitely going to want a new pair of shoes, maybe two or three or more. Step out and take a platform on bold shapes and colors. One new pair of boots that stretches over your knees or a pair of purple suede pumps can do wonders for your wardrobe.

Here are my top shoe picks that you'll fall head over heels for this season:
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Recycling in School

In our culture, it often seems that our children are much more progressive than many of us stodgy old-schoolers. Most kids can text, download MP3 files, and tell you what their carbon footprint is without missing a beat. The rest of us probably have a hard time doing even one of those things.
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Bergen Community College’s Nonprofit Symposium Presents Solutions in Difficult Times

September 23 Conference Features Discussion on the Nonprofit Sector

According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics (NCCS), with 42,067 nonprofit organizations in New Jersey, the state ranks among the nation’s top 10 for nonprofit establishment. Further, with President Barack Obama’s national call to action, encouraging U.S. citizens to participate in service, community and nonprofit-based projects, the interest in nonprofit organizations has never been higher.
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Pomegranate Kicks It Up A Notch With Gourmet Rosh Hashanah Offerings


With preparations for Rosh Hashanah (eve of Sept 18-20) set to go into high gear, Pomegranate, the city’s leading gourmet kosher marketplace, is rolling out many new and innovative foods and recipes for the High Holidays. The celebrated store will, of course, offer many of the traditional holiday foods such as freshly baked round challah, a broad variety of pure honey and honey-laced baked goods, as well as creative, home-made take-out using all-natural ingredients.
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Borst Landscape And Design Meets Challenge Of Second-Story Landscaping Project At Sanzari’s Court Plaza Complex

Diverse Plantings, Stonework and Walkways Grace New Hackensack Complex Above Street Level

Borst Landscape and Design (Borst), based in Allendale, N.J., completed a challenging landscaping project recently for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ Court Plaza complex, near the Bergen County Courthouse in Hackensack. This is the second commercial landscaping renovation Borst has completed for Sanzari Enterprises; last fall Borst designed the new grounds at Sanzari’s Heights Plaza office buildings in Hasbrouck Heights.
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Diversified Realty Advisors Expands with Hiring of Howard Irwin as Vice President of Development

-- One of the Industry’s Most Accomplished Professionals to Provide Construction Management Services for Diversified’s Growing Portfolio –

Diversified Realty Advisors, LLC, the regional banking industry’s leading real estate advisory group, has announced the hiring of Howard Irwin as Vice President of Development. Irwin is recognized as an industry leader and an experienced construction expert in the region.

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