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HUMC, in conjunction with Heights Flower Shop and Teleflora, will celebrate National Make Someone Smile Week

Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC), in conjunction with Heights Flower Shop in Hasbrouck Heights and Teleflora, will celebrate National Make Someone Smile Week, on Wednesday, July 22, beginning at 9 a.m., as part of a nationwide benevolent project. Florists around the country coordinated efforts to deliver floral arrangements in commemorative Teleflora Be Happy® mugs to those most in need of a smile: hospital patients, children at foster-care facilities, residents of nursing homes, and others who might need a lift. Floral arrangements will also be distributed at Hackensack University Medical Center North at Pascack Valley, located at 250 Old Hook Road in Westwood, beginning at 1:30 p.m.
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Declining Asking Rates Create Significant Opportunities In New Jersey's Industrial Market, Finds CB Richard Ellis

Bill Waxman
-Entrepreneurial Tenants Sign Longer Lease Terms To Take Advantage of Market Swings -

According to CB Richard Ellis' Second Quarter 2009 New Jersey Industrial MarketView report, average asking prices for industrial space in Northern/Central New Jersey has declined at the close of the second quarter, as landlords adjust pricing to be more in line with reduced demand. This decrease has in turn created significant opportunities for tenants across the state, particularly for entrepreneurial companies who are more willing to sign longer lease extensions to lock in current rates.
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Learn the Art of Skillful Self Promotion at Bergen Community College, August 18, 2009

In today's workplace, it is important to learn how to use the necessary tools and skills to help promote your talents and build a successful career. The seminar "No Doubt About You: The Art of Skillful Self Promotion," presented by Bergen Community College and the Bergen County Workforce Investment Board (WIB) will be held on Tuesday, August 18, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center (Technology Education Center, Room 128) at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. The event is free and open to the public. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
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Slowing declines in activity show signs that market is improving

Lease renewals and smaller deals once again dominated New Jersey's Northern and Central office markets in the second quarter of 2009, finds CB Richard Ellis' recent Second Quarter 2009 New Jersey Office MarketView report. According to the report's findings, leasing velocity and asking rates have continued to decline, while availability rates increased. In addition, while overall transaction volume has decreased by 10 percent from last quarter, lease renewal activity continues to drive the market, accounting for 38 percent of the state's total leasing activity.
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Four Long-term Leases Recently Secured in Commuter Office Park

Thornall Street, Edison, NJ
Bergman Real Estate Group, a privately owned real estate investment firm that owns and manages office properties throughout New Jersey, recently announced a new long-term lease, two lease renewals and a lease expansion and extension at 510 Thornall Street in Edison, N.J.
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Pomegranate Chefs Prepare Gourmet Pareve and Dairy Dishes for the Nine Days

RECIPES for the ‘9 DAYS’ With the mourning period of the Nine Days set to begin this week, Pomegranate’s Executive Chef Jay Beck rolled out a menu of creative dairy, pareve and fish dishes. The acclaimed gourmet kosher supermarket located in Brooklyn, NY (www.thepompeople.com) will have a special display of the dishes, offering the broadest array of the foods with fresh and natural ingredients.
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Community-Building Ways To Stretch Your Budget

It is an unwritten law of the universe that when the going gets tough, the tough build community. We all have experienced acts of kindness and generosity that have brought us to tears. These sometimes-small acts give us hope that helps us face even the darkest days. All of us have friends and family members who have lost their jobs or livelihoods during the current economic downturn. Building community is one way of making sure that these loved ones do not lose their dignity and slip through the tears in our social fabric.
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A Good Day To Visit The Paramus Municipal Pool

Paramus Pool Angela Marcy loves to go over to the Paramus Municipal Pool and sit in the sunshine. Having a problem navigating the entrance and setting up her chair, she asked me to accompany her. I agreed because I also had to bring some books for Kelly Powers, the Pool Commissioner. The day was glorious, made for Angela to sit in the sun with Addy, her friend.
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Shopping At Fairway Market, Our Sponsor

Arriving early for a meeting about Rotary Gift of Life (GoL), I used the time to shop. Knowing from their online ad located in the upper left portion near our masthead, that cantaloupes were on sale, I made sure to secure one. Steak was also on sale at $3.99 a pound, but I didn't bring my cooler and I did have that meeting.
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Three Bergen Community College Students Earn Spot at Research/Writing Competition

Justyna Broda Wins Top Honors at Annual Beacon Conference

The seventeenth annual Beacon Conference for Student Scholars at Two-Year Colleges marked one of achievement for three Bergen Community College students, who gained entry to the academic research and writing competition. The students, who worked with faculty mentors, submitted research papers in one of 18 subject areas for the consideration of conference officials. Authors of the top four papers in each subject area are invited to present their work at the Beacon Conference.
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NAI Hanson Appointed Eclusive Leasing/Sales Agent For Unique 1,100 SF Office Space In Chester, New Jersey

32 Budd Ave. in Chester
1,700 SF Converted Multifamily Building Available for Lease or Sale in Southwest Morris County -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, is pleased to announce that it has been appointed the exclusive leasing/sales agent for a 1,700-square-foot converted multifamily building located at 32 Budd Avenue in Chester, New Jersey. The property contains 1,100 square-feet of available office space on the first floor. NAI Hanson's Sig Schorr, Vice President, will be responsible for marketing this facility on behalf of the building's owner, Asdac Holding, Inc.
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Hunter Douglas Product Of Choice For Top Designers

Pirouette® window shadings
~ Window Fashions Leader Interviews Select Few for Latest Trends at the Window
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., July 15, 2009 – Hunter Douglas has long been a product of choice for top designers. Vicente Wolf of Vicente Wolf Associates for one lined the walls and dressed the windows of a recent showhouse bedroom he designed with one of the company’s newest window fashions – Pirouette® window shadings – which resembles a soft fabric shade but has vanes that open and close for variable light control and a sheer backing that diffuses the light.
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Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers Inc. Focuses on Restaurants

Completes Projects for Bocconi, Carmine's and T.G.I Friday's

Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers Inc., one of the state's oldest and largest architecture and engineering firms, has recently completed work on restaurant projects for three clients in the New York metropolitan area. The Livingston, N.J.-based firm has completed work on a prototype for Bocconi's Pasta Pronto & More in Hackensack, N.J.; Carmine Livingston in Livingston, N.J.; and T.G.I. Friday's in the Bronx, N.Y. Restaurants are a specialty for Jarmel Kizel, which is known for providing one-stop shopping for architecture, engineering and interior design services.
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Architects Tour Bell Labs, Architecturally Significant Modernist Building in Holmdel, N.J.

Ralph Zucker
Though most had seen photos of the Bell Labs building designed by Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen -- or even studied it in school -- few of the architects who recently toured the shuttered building in Holmdel were prepared for the awe-inspiring scale and drama of the building, which is nearly a quarter mile long and once housed 7,500 employees, a small city unto itself.
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First Closings Take Place at The Preserve at Matawan

The Jefferson In Ewing, N.J.
Phase I of Popular Condominium Community Is 55 Percent Sold Out

- American Properties Realty has announced that the first closings have recently taken place at The Preserve at Matawan, its premier condominium community in the northern Monmouth County Borough of Matawan. Phase I of the community, which consists of 40 homes, is already 55 percent sold after only eight months and Phase II was released for sale in April.
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The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting will be held on August 3,2009

The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meeting will be held on August 3,2009 at 7:30 pm in the Meeting Hall(on adjacent Wood Street) at Grace Episcopal Church, 128 West Passaic Ave in Rutherford, NJ. Business meetings are held regularly on the 1ST Monday of the month.
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NJ State Senator Bob Gordon Discusses the State Fair Meadowlands As Related To Tourism

NJ State Senator Bob Gordon Learning that fairs and carnivals have an impact on the state, Senator Robert M. Gordon had a meeting recently with fair owner Al Dorso and Amusements of America principal Dominic Vivona Jr. An obscure area, Gordon was unaware of the people traffic and the tourism dollars that something like the State Fair Meadowlands brings into New Jersey. Gordon sits on the State Tourism Board.
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Summertime Calls for Burgers on the Grill

During the summer grilling season, you need only follow one simple edict.

Do not play with your food.

This is vital, especially if you are planning on a burger bonanza for your weekend cookouts.
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Breathing Life Into Your Local Economy

Within every crisis is the opportunity for growth, and the current economic crisis offers a chance to build our local economies after decades of building credit-bubble economics. Many of us are realizing the fallacy of globalism, as our country has slipped from an exporter to an importer and most of our manufacturing jobs have fled our shores. We are so deeply in debt it will be a miracle if we ever get out!
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Home Designers Don't Have to Dress Out-of-Reach Windows

Q: What should we do with the slanted wall at the end of our dining room? It has a big picture window on the bottom and a half-round window at the point where the ceiling angles meet. Can I treat them separately? Or do I even have to dress that upper window?

A: The answers are yes and no. Yes, you can treat dissimilar windows differently in the same room, provided they are as dramatically unalike as yours.

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