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The Look of Love

As a Midwesterner who likes to brag about our heartland ways, it's rare for me to envy New Yorkers.

This week, though, I'm as green as summer clover at the sight of all those beautiful same-sex couples exchanging vows in New York.
How I wish every state valued marriage this much.

Online photo galleries told the story of bliss in all its forms as lesbian and gay couples finally got the chance to make their love official.
You could tell by their faces that some of them had been in committed relationships for decades. Love someone long enough and you start to look like him/her, too.

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The Creepy Enablers of Wu

Wu-hoo! Welcome to another freaky ethics fiasco brought to you by the D.C. den of dysfunctional Democrats. This one comes clothed in a Tigger costume, wrapped in blinders and bathed in the fetid Beltway odor of eau de Pass le Buck.

Liberal David Wu is a seven-term Democratic congressman from Oregon who announced Tuesday that he'll resign amid a festering sex scandal involving the teenage daughter of a longtime campaign donor. He won't, however, be vacating public office until "the resolution of the debt-ceiling crisis." Translation: Call off the U-Haul trucks. Wu's staying awhile.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Learns About Solar Energy From The Experts At The IBEW Training School

Meeting 7-26-11 John DeBouter, President of the IBEW Local 164 Training School located at 65 West Century Road in Paramus, arranged for the club to not only learn about solar energy, but also to tour the roof of the facility. Talk about getting up in the world, we had a panoramic view of the industrial area surrounding the building. This included 205 Robin Road, an IBEW union office building, and also their neighbor across the street, Children Aid and Family Services. Solar energy is an important factor in preventing power grid failures! Those non-beautiful solar panels that have been installed on the light poles have been valuable in this respect.

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Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina’s Cuchina Part 7, The Finale

Bloomingdale's Final

The final day of judging the ‘Cooking With Coworkers’ was delayed a week due to a power failure at Bloomingdale’s. In a sense this was fortuitous because Judge Eva Baron was able to attend; she would have missed last week. Judges Eva, Tina and Mel were on hand to do the final judging and to select the winners for technique, display and taste. The offerings were all good and decisions were difficult to make.

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The Summer Concert Series Begins at The Paramus Bandshell

Paramus Summer Concert Series Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, introduced by Cultural Council President  Tony Bucco, started off the 2012 series by greeting the assemblage. He then accepted a check from Teri Duda, Sr. Vice President of Berkeley College for $10,000 to defray the costs of the summer offerings.  Alexa Calandrillo gave forth with a forceful rendition of America The Beautiful and the concert by The Infernos began.

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The Best 8 Exercises for Older Adults

Last week, I began to answer a question by Donald B. about strength training for older adults. I noted that studies show that resistance training can enhance muscle size and function in older adults (even in 90-year-old subjects) but that the older we get the more resistance training we need to maintain muscle mass and strength.

As a reminder, resistance exercise is a type of strength training focused on building muscle power and size. Livestrong.com says, "It can be done using the body parts in opposition to each other or another static force — or by using weights or machines."

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Bergen Community College Staff Artist Recognized

[media:2011072419075678]The Public Relations Society of America has recognized graphic artist Wilson Aguilar and the Bergen Community College Office of Public Relations for a multicultural-diversity communications campaign promoting the College’s Latino History Month celebration.

Mr. Aguilar, of Hackensack, works in graphics services in the public relations department at Bergen. He designed the posters and drew the content, which the PRSA New Jersey Chapter recognized with a 2011 Pyramid Award-Honorable Mention. The society’s NJ chapter began giving annual Pyramid awards in 1989 to recognize excellence in public relations and communications.

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Family Summer Events Continue At Harmon Meadow

Excitement comes alive in the Meadowlands with family-friendly events that will last all season long. If you are on the lookout for close-to-home, outdoor events that will please the whole family then come out and see all that Harmon Meadow has to offer. Harmon Meadow’s exciting events will commence in Secaucus starting in June and continuing through September. All upcoming events are conveniently located at 700 Plaza Drive in Secaucus, New Jersey, adjacent to Houlihan’s.

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Democrat Council Candidates Question the Paramus Council Members

Paramus Council candidates Maria Elena Bellinger and Joseph Lagana are calling on the Republican Councilmembers to put to rest rumors swirling around town that the Bergen County Police will be taking over the Paramus Police Department.  

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Ambient Design Launches Major New Version Of Artrage Studio And Studio Pro

Records & Plays Back Actual Paint Strokes, Creates Art Tutorials, Improved Color Blending, Shares Content, Multi-Threading Support for Big Speed Improvements

Ambient Design www.artrage.com, the leading award-winning creator of realistic art painting software for Mac, Windows and iPad, announced today the new version of ArtRage Studio and Studio Pro version 3.5, now available at http://www.artrage.com/artrage-store.html. ArtRage Studio and Studio Pro 3.5 let you become a true digital artist, providing the experience of actually “painting” digitally on a computer canvas with oil paints that smear and blend, and watercolors that flow together to create soft, wet gradations, just as they would in a traditional art studio.

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