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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 07:11 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 17 2017 @ 07:11 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Shortcake Is a Showcase for Ripe Strawberries


This time of year, I get the urge to make an old-fashioned strawberry shortcake. It's a dessert that showcases our luscious local berries.

Here's a no-frills version, courtesy of the California Strawberry Commission. For other ideas on how to use fresh berries, go to the commission's website, california-strawberries.com.

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Rolling Back the Obamacare Banana Republic



Michelle Malkin
A rising chorus of repeal-mongers, outraged at the Obama administration's federal health care power grab, took over Washington this week. Nope, it's not the tea party. It's Democrats Against the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB). Yes, Democrats.
What's IPAB? A Beltway acronym for subverting the deliberative process.

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Microsoft’s Upcoming Concoction By Michael Kaefer, A Teenager


[media:20110714192105188]Windows 8, the successor to Windows 7, will have a greater impact than we thought! Windows 7 came out in 2009, but that didn’t stop Microsoft from creating the next version of Windows. The development of Windows 8 began a bit before Windows 7 was released, but it was mostly road mapped plans; goals that wanted to be achieved. Of them, was faster boot up time and better tablet support. Microsoft has been trying to keep up with the tablet market to try to beat the Apple iPad OS and the Samsung Galaxy’s Android. Windows 7 has amazing tablet support, but the problems with that is that some buttons are too small, and the keyboard is hard to use. Windows 8 will change all of that!

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Innovation At Bloomingdale’s Karina Cuchina Part 4


Bloomingdale's Cook 4

Once again the three judges, Eva Baron, Tina Apprich and www.ParamusPost.com met at Karina’s Cuchina. This time, they were there to savor ethnic cooking prepared by Lilian Villanueva of Merchandising. Lilian offered a one pot meal with Philippine background. I say one pot because that’s where all the ingredients ended up. Actually, she used a sauté pan, a baking pan and a large pot to hold the one pot stew. Of course all the pots were available, new, from Bloomingdale’s Housewares section. They were chosen from Calphalon, All-Clad and Le Cresuet.

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It Was HOT on Monday - Time For The Paramus Municipal Pool


Paramus Pool
Taking advantage of my Senior Pool Pass, this reporter visited the pool to cool. On a weekend, parking would have been at a premium. While all the Handicap spots were taken, we lucked out and got a regular parking spot near to the entrance. Passing through the entrance and being duly checked, there was ample room on the grounds to pitch chairs or blankets.

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Advance Realty Announces LEED Gold Certification of Tenant’s Corporate Headquarters at [email protected]


Substantial Redevelopment of Morris Township Building Laid Groundwork for Covanta Energy’s Pursuit of LEED Status

Advance Realty, a leading Northeast U.S. owner and developer of Class A office, mixed-use and flex-space properties, announced today that Covanta Energy Corporation, an anchor tenant at [email protected], has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) for Commercial Interiors Gold Certification for the build-out of its corporate headquarters space in the 320,000-square-foot, Class A office building.

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Paramus Native Wins Praise At Hollywood Book Festival


Paramus native’s Jeffrey Onorato’s debut novel, The SIN of Addison Hall, received an Honorable Mention at the 2011 Hollywood Book Festival.

Onorato’s novel, published by Bryant Park Press, draws the reader into a futuristic world where beautiful people are considered superior and unattractive people are forced to live as second-class citizens. Amidst clever antics of hasty tasty meals (fast nutritional supplement consumed by the residents of this world), caffeine tablets and perspiration shops, where the overweight are sent so they can be more pleasant to look at, is an introspective tale. Onorato explores the concept of a "master race" and how a vain value system can corrupt a society.

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