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Vacation Relations

Spring is sprung, and summer isn't far behind. So what happens to vacation celebrations when addiction gets in the way?

Dear Mr. Moyers: For our son's high-school graduation, we've planned all year to celebrate with a family trip to Disney World. The problem is my husband. He is a Vietnam vet with post-traumatic stress disorder whose drinking is really starting to take a toll on us now. He needs help; he wants help. We want him to get help. He's actually set to go into treatment, but we just learned from the rehab center that it won't be complete before we are scheduled to go on this vacation. What comes first, treatment or this long-awaited (and expensive) family vacation? — Marjorie L., Silver Spring, Md.
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Voluteers


I was driving west on Ridgewood Road approaching the intersection of Pascack Rd. I was singing along with the group Santana, which isn’t that easy since a lot of their stuff is in Spanish and I, well, "No hablo Espanol". I saw that I had a red light ahead of me and I thought: "Oh not again!" What I saw next caused me reflexively to utter "Oh no!" There were three maybe four of them with those little yellow aprons, each holding a little bucket-the volunteers!
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Open House NYC on NBC visits the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey

The Designer Showhouse of New Jersey was recently featured on Open House New York City. Referred to as the “ultimate staged property,” the Showhouse was the focus for interviews with four participating designers: Jack Levy (the Great Room), Jennifer McGee (the Breakfast Room), Kim O’Connor (the Library), and Jill Haden (the Entry Foyer ). Click here to see the segment: For more information about all the designers, decorative artists and landscapers taking part in this year’s Showhouse, click here. Please note that you can meet them in person on Saturday, May 22 at “Meet the Designer Day” at the Showhouse (details below).
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Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund


Ray Shepherd, CEO of the American Red Cross of Northern NJ and Christopher Rim
In a unique fund raising approach, the Prestige Review Group recently donated $2000 to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief Fund by tutoring students in the Englewood Paramus school area.

Led by Christopher Rim, the Prestige Review Group donated proceeds earned from tutoring students in mathematics, writing, reading, and study and testing skills.
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Gluten Free Bread is the topic at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 05-11-10 Joseph Jacobowitz Sales/Marketing executive from Katz Gluten Free Bake Shop explained the benefits of gluten free products. He not only explained it, but brought items down for the Rotarians to sample. Their state of the art bakery complies with strict gluten free standards and they use 100% pure ingredients. Their wide variety consists of Challah breads, cake, cookies, muffins, rugelech and pizza crust, farfel, kishka kugel and bread crumbs.
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Assembly Budget Committee To Convene Newark Public Hearing On Gov. Christie Budget Plan

More than 100 People Signed Up to Testify

The Assembly Budget Committee will host a public hearing in Newark on Monday on Gov. Christie’s budget proposal.
The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. at the New Jersey Dental School’s Oral Health Pavilion at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey at 50 12th Ave.
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Williamsburg's Luxury Development 125 North 10th Street, Surpasses 70 Percent Sold

Community Flourishes As New Owners Continue To Move In

125 North 10th Street, Williamsburg's best-selling condominium community, has surpassed 70 percent sold.

125 North 10th has become a top choice in Williamsburg's North Side neighborhood, with buyers attracted to the building's high level of quality in construction, design and finishes, along with its well thought out amenities. Since reducing pricing just over four months ago, 125 North 10th has sold 37 additional apartments, finding its niche in the market as the place to call home in Williamsburg.
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Bergen Community College Partners with League of Women Voters of New Jersey, The Record to Hold Public Forum on Property Tax Cap

Bergen Community College Partners with League of Women Voters of New Jersey, The Record to Hold Public Forum on Property Tax Caps
College’s newly formed Institute of Public Policy to host June 15 Forum

Bergen Community College’s newly formed Institute of Public Policy has invited municipal officials from Massachusetts as well as national experts to participate in a June 15 forum, “Property Tax Caps: The Massachusetts Experience Informing the New Jersey Discussion.”
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Second Annual Auto And Bike Show At State Fair Meadowlands On July 2 & 3


Featuring Auto & Bike Competition, Drifting, BMX Showcase and Rix Magazine Model Search

State Fair Meadowlands, RIX Magazine and Xtreme Rides 7 will hold the Second Annual State Fair Auto and Bike Show at the Meadowlands Fairgrounds on July 2 and 3. This spectacular event will feature an intense auto and bike competition, Drifting, BMX showcase by Hell on Wheels, Live Dyno Runs, Head to Head Burnout competition, Stunt Bike Demos, Xbox 360 racing games, RC drifting, a model search for the next RIX Magazine cover model, an exciting vendor midway and lots of giveaways and prizes, including over $10,000 in cash payout.
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Helping Our Senior Citizens Through True Shared Sacrifice

By Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver

New Jerseyans have heard a lot of talk in recent weeks about “shared sacrifice” as we confront our state budget problems, and it’s a nice sounding theme that paints a picture of everybody chipping in equally to carry the burden. It’s undeniable that state spending cuts are needed, and that every area of state government will be affected. But one thing quickly became clear as that phrase became Gov. Chris Christie’s mantra – not every cut is equal, and not everyone shares the same definition of “shared sacrifice.”

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