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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, September 22 2017 @ 04:04 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, September 22 2017 @ 04:04 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Kosherfest Exhibitors Offer Up Delicious Goodies & Festive Items For Chanukah 2011


This year the 8-day holiday of Chanukah starts Tuesday night, December 20 through Dec 28, and there is plenty to help make the holiday festive & delicious from Kosherfest.  Kosherfest is the largest kosher food, lifestyle, beverage, and wine and spirits trade show, held annually. With the 2011 show behind us, Kosherfest is now heading into its 24th year.

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Hartz’s Lincoln Harbor To Offer “The Estuary” New Jersey’s Permier Rental Community


Luxury Complex to be Co-Managed with Roseland Property Company

New Jersey’s Gold Coast will soon boast The Estuary, a new 589-unit residential complex on the waterfront in Weehawken, NJ.  Hartz Mountain Industries, which has owned the property on the waterfront since 1981, will partner with Roseland Property Company on the $200 million project that will include three buildings surrounding a beautiful courtyard space.

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Medicare’s Dec. 7th Open Enrollment Deadline Nears


Ongoing resources are available for seniors and people with disabilities to compare coverage options

As Wednesday’s December 7th deadline grows closer for people with Medicare to change or choose their drug and health plan coverage for next year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and its network of partners and advocates are available to assist with counseling and enrolling beneficiaries on their choices for 2012.  With just weeks remaining in the Annual Enrollment Period, Medicare’s popular consumer resources – www.medicare.gov and 1-800-MEDICARE – are assisting beneficiaries, their families, partners and trusted representatives.

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Tuesday Dec. 6th: Occupy Our Homes


As ungrateful bailed-out banks continue to foreclose on American families, Occupy Wall Street takes fight to the ‘home front’
The fight to reclaim democracy from the banks is growing from Wall Street to Main Street. Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 6th Occupy Wall Street will join in solidarity with a Brooklyn, NY community to liberate a foreclosed home.

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Rotary Rivalry - The Community Benefits, Paramus Blossoms


Flower Boxes at Bandshell
On June 5th, the Paramus Rotary Club, which meets 12:15 on Thursdays at Seasons for lunch, held a Peace Park Dedication at the Paramus Bandshell. A worthy effort, they helped beautify the space behind the Paramus Library where the Paramus Cultural Council had seen fit to offer their weekly summer entertainment. The Cultural Council had refurbished the Bandshell which, built by Paramus Rotary over 20 years prior, had fallen into disrepair. One problem: they moved the flowerboxes built for and donated by the newly formed Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club.

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Occupy Wall Street Tells Newt Gingrich To 'Take A Bath'


Republican Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich told Occupy Wall Street protesters, "go get a job, right after you take a bath."  However, it is Gingrich who is truly filthy from rolling around in dirty money. Since leaving the House of Representatives over a decade ago in a cloud of ethics violations, Newt has amassed a fortune of between $7.3 million and $31 million by the peddling of political influence [1]. He has been personally paid $840,000 by the Chamber of Commerce [2],

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Occupy Wall Street Hunger Strikers Arrested


At 12 pm on Sunday, December 4, THE OCCUPY WALL STREET HUNGER STRIKERS were arrested at Sixth Avenue and Canal Street, adjacent to Duarte Square. They were held for five hours and charged with trespassing at the behest of property-owner Trinity Wall Street, an Episcopal Church and large real estate company. The three strikers refused food in jail, and stand-in strikers have joined them in continuing the strike at Duarte Square.

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New 20-Acre Dinosaur Park To Open In Secaucus, NJ IN May 2012


The New York Giants and NJ TRANSIT Welcome New Neighbor, Field Station: Dinosaurs to the Meadowlands

Field Station: Dinosaurs is an interactive outdoor Jurassic learning destination set to open in Secaucus in May 2012. This exciting tourist attraction will take visitors back 90 million years with 31 full-sized animatronic dinosaurs, a dinosaur petting zoo and interactive educational programs along a .75 mile trail nestled near the Snake Hill prehistoric rock formation in Laurel Hill Park.

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Gluten Free Katz Products Expands With New Items


Katz
There was an exciting e-mail from my friend Joseph at Katz Gluten Free Bake Shop; they had come out with new products. As always, Joseph sent me samples of the new product which arrived by UPS with instructions to Freeze Immediately. I complied! For a short while, that is! Curiosity overruled and the first item I tried was the gluten free apple pie. Now I’m sure you have had all kinds of apple pie including those cheap varieties which have more liquid filler than apples. This was not the case; there were lots of apples. It tasted so good that it didn’t last uneaten for long. Joseph also sent a gluten free cherry pie which Publishers Sophie and Sam Stone will enjoy.

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