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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Bergen Community Responds to Synagogue Firebombing


Lawmakers, Community Activists, Religious Leaders Stand in ‘United Opposition’ to Hate and Violence
RUTHERFORD – In response to the latest attack on a synagogue in Bergen County, in which Molotov cocktails were thrown at Congregation Beth El in Rutherford, putting the congregation’s rabbi and his family in danger, several elected and religious leaders issued the following joint statement to express their opposition to the acts of hate and violence being perpetrated against the Jewish community in Bergen:

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The Imaginary World Of Kimmy Schwimmy Performs Live! Gets The Kids Dancing & Singing! Songs! Characters! Dance & More



Kimmy Schwimmy

at The First Ever KIDS FOOD FESTIVAL at CITI POND℠ at BRYANT PARK

Saturday January 21 & Sunday January 22, 2012
Show Time: 11:00am & 1:00pm
Special Event: $25 per adult, 2 children FREE with paying adult
www.kidsfoodfestival.com/events/new-york-city

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K Of C Collecting Personal Items For Our Troops


The Knights of Columbus of Mother Seton Council are collecting “personal” personal items for our troops on active duty in the field. Appeals for new but prewashed underwear, socks and tobacco products have come from local Veteran groups, members of the Armed Services and their families. If prewashing new garments is an issue, Brother Knights will take care of it! Monetary donations will be used to purchase items to round out the shipment.

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Military Child Of The Year Nominations Close This Week; Deserving Young Patriots Will Win $5,000


Operation Homefront is announcing the last call for 2012 Military Child of the Year Award nominations. The award will be given to an outstanding military child from each Service - Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. The winners, who each will receive $5,000, will be flown with a parent or guardian to Washington, D.C., for special recognition ceremony on April 5. Nominations are being accepted online until Jan. 15 at www.OperationHomefront.net.

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Hollister Construction Services to Oversee 25,000-Square-Foot Interior Office Fit-Out for Harding Loevner


Detailed Project Will Be Completed in Less Than Eight Weeks
Hollister Construction Services, announced today that it has been retained by investment firm Harding Loevner to oversee a 25,000-square-foot interior fit-out in Bridgewater, N.J.

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New Jersey Building Cleaners Ratify New Four-Year Contract Protecting 7,000 Good Jobs


‪- Improved Wages Will Help Working Families and the State’s Economy -
New Jersey’s office building cleaners have ratified a new four-year contract that protects the healthcare coverage of more than 7,000 workers and raises their wages by 13 percent over the life of the contract.

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Chabad Rabbi Donates Kidney


A New Jersey Chabad rabbi's kidney donation to an Israeli living on a secular Moshav in central Israel didn’t make news as the headline-grabbing, purportedly bitter religious vs. secular Jewish divide always does.

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A Not So Happy New Year By: Jason V. Simons


As the telephone jingles away through the Holiday Season with calls from friends and relatives, everyone seems to be in great spirits wishing all the best for a Happy New Year. Then suddenly the ring tone changes as we turn the calendar to 2012. Calls begin rolling in from creditors wondering why you haven’t paid the credit card bill. Before long the phone takes a very different tone, even the ring sounds different, almost angry and somewhat annoying. It is collection companies turning your Holiday Cheer and New Year resolutions into stress and concern about how you are possibly going to deal with the bills you racked up throughout the Holiday Season.

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Eustace Takes Oath Of Office As Newest Member Of General Assembly


Former Maywood Mayor Will Now Represent 38th Legislative District

Assemblyman Tim Eustace received the oath of office from Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver on Tuesday to become one of the newest members of the General Assembly, representing the 38th legislative district, which includes Bergenfield, Fair Lawn, Glen Rock, Hasbrouck Heights, Hawthorne, Lodi, Maywood, New Milford, Oradell, Paramus, River Edge, Rochelle Park, and Saddle Brook.

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An Unforgettable Evening of Ballet Moscow Festival Ballet “Swan Lake” Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC



Moscow Festival Ballet
The Moscow Festival Ballet “Swan Lake” will be performing live at bergenPAC, Thursday, April 19th at 8pm. The world’s greatest love story in an unforgettable evening of ballet by leading dancers from across Russia along with stars of the Bolshoi and Kirov Ballets. Stylish choreography and masterful storytelling make “Giselle” contain the most beautiful scenes in the classic repertory.

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Poodles, Noodles, and Snickerdoodles:A Book for Children about Healthy Eating


Many parents try their best to teach their children healthy eating habits, yet find that over time, their children become less and less healthy. For some parents, these unhealthy habits may start slowly at first, but they can quickly spin out of control. In Poodles, Noodles, and Snickerdoodles, author Kathy L. Raunikar illustrates just how quickly this can happen through the story of adorable, fluffy poodles that children are certain to love.

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Liz Halliday To Make Full-Time Racing Return In 2012


Professional dual sportswoman Liz Halliday will return to regular motorsport competition in 2012 after sealing a deal to contest the Lotus Cup UK series with John Danby Racing.

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CPNJ Is Offering Complete Coursework For L/CADC Certification


Classes Begin February 3, 2012 until January 18, 2013, with breaks between major holidays.
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Registration Fee is $1,500 for entire series or $50 per class
Registration Deadline is January 30, 2012

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Menendez, Lautenberg Announce Nearly $2 Million For New Jersey Highway Safety


U.S. Senators Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) today announced the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has awarded the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety nearly $2 million to improve highway safety and reduce traffic accidents, injuries, and deaths.

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Advance Realty Experiences Influx of Solar Companies Throughout New Jersey Portfolio


Firms Choose Strategically-Located Sites to Grow Business in Region. To meet the increasing demand for solar power in New Jersey — the Solar Energy Industries Association recently reported that The Garden State is now the nation’s top commercial solar market, accounting for 24 percent of all photovoltaic installations in the United States — a growing number of international and domestic developers of solar are establishing headquarters in the state, according to Advance Realty.

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CUPS Frozen Yogurt Serves Up Guiltless Fro-Yo Creations in January


New Flavors Creations with 295 or Fewer Calories Only Taste Indulgent. CUPS Frozen Yogurt, the beach-themed self-serve fro-yo concept with locations in Clifton and East Hanover, New Jersey, is making it a little easier on those who have made food-related resolutions this year. Sacrifices and restrictions are out. New treats, with 295 calories or less, that only taste indulgent, are in.

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Small Business Urges Christie to Reject Minimum Wage Hike


Trenton (January 12, 2012) – The state’s leading advocate for small business owners today urged Governor Chris Christie to reject a proposal to raise the minimum wage because it would likely benefit workers everywhere in the Mid-Atlantic region except New Jersey.
“We would be immediately isolated in the region as the most expensive state in which to create new jobs and the opportunities will flow to the other states,” said Laurie Ehlbeck, State Director for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). “It’s a bad idea and we strongly urge the Governor to resist raising labor costs in the middle of an unemployment crisis.”

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Members of TWU and Occupy Wall Street to March on MTA HQ As Contract Expiration Date Looms


Pushback against management demand for outrageous wage and benefit concessions. With a contact deadline looming, a coalition of Transit Workers Union (TWU) rank and file members and Occupy Wall Street (OWS) activists will rally MTA headquarters, Thursday January 12 and march from there to Goldman Sachs offices in Lower Manhattan. Thursday's protest will spotlight yet another effort to balance the MTA budget on the backs of working New Yorkers. The current contract between MTA and TWU expires January 15; the protest comes in the middle of tense negotiations.

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Making Everything Old New and Now! Again



Making Everything Old New

Q: We are thinking about buying a grand old townhouse that dates to the mid-l9th century. It will need some restoration but the architecture (plaster moldings, ceiling medallions and floors) is in surprisingly good shape. We have a few antiques, but most of our furniture is contemporary, so we're looking to blend periods -- old and now -- and need advice.

A: If pictures are really worth a thousand words, here's all the advice you need, summed up in this photo of a splendid, old, big-city, row house that has been beautifully reclaimed by architects Katarina Edlund and Scott Slarsky.

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Occupy Wall Street Honors the Spirit Of Dr. King With Year’s Largest Action


Hundreds Gather for Global Candlelight Vigil at Historic Riverside Church. Religious leaders, artists, and members of the Occupy movement will unite globally on January 15th, 2012 to honor the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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