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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, November 19 2019 @ 06:10 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, November 19 2019 @ 06:10 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Farmers Join Occupy Wall Street, Calling for Food Justice Sunday, December 4th at 2pm


As Wall Street’s corrupt influence on the economy has grown, the corporate ownership of our food system has hurt the health and livelihood’s of some of our most vulnerable communities. This Sunday, December 4th food justice activists and occupiers will be travelling from as far as Colorado, Iowa, Maine and Upstate New York to join together for the Occupy Wall Street FARMERS’ MARCH.

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Outdated Regulations Stifle N.J. Investment And Growth By John Harmon



John Harmon
It is often said that good things take time. For several months, lawmakers in New Jersey have been considering reform bill S-2664, known as the Market Competition and Consumer Choice Act. The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey and the National Black Chamber of Commerce support the bill because it will modernize rules in the communications sector, and signal that New Jersey is a pro-business state by eliminating unnecessary red tape that continues to burden our economy. Consumers and businesses in the 21st century cannot function properly utilizing 20th century technology. Similarly, communications providers cannot move forward if they are trapped in a regulatory environment designed for the last century

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River Drive Construction Promotes Tony Czapka to Project Manager


River Drive Construction, one of New Jersey's leading full-service construction companies, based in Elmwood Park, N.J., recently announced the promotion of Tony Czapka of Wayne, N.J., to project manager from assistant project manager. "We're thrilled to announce the promotion of Tony Czapka," said Joseph Langan, president and CEO of River Drive Construction. "He has an exceptional ability to consistently deliver projects on time and on budget. His promotion is well deserved and we're thrilled to have him on our team and look forward to a long and productive relationship."

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Mayor Frank Huttle III Presents The 2nd Annual Englewood Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony And Gives Nutcracker Tickets


Mayor invites all Englewood residents and the general public to Christmas Tree lighting to take place on Saturday, December 3, 2011 outside City Hall and to join him at the New Jersey Ballet Nutcracker Performance at 4pm at bergenPAC as his special guest on Saturday December 3, 2011

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CBRE Draws on Various Specialties to Help Owner Lease, Manage and Sell Four Properties in Northern New Jersey


- CBRE Represents Seller and Procures Buyer in Multi-Property Portfolio Sale -

CBRE, New Jersey's largest commercial real estate brokerage firm, announced today its successful completion of the $5 million sale of the Nelson Portfolio, which is made up of four properties in Totowa. and Flanders, N.J. The CBRE team of Charles Berger, Elli Klapper and Thomas Mallaney represented the owner.

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Bergman Real Estate Group Launches Tenant Referral Program


Incentives for Existing Tenants and Their Employees Include Cash and Rent Savings

Bergman Real Estate Group recently introduced the Bergman Tenant Referral Program, for which existing tenants and individual employees can earn monetary incentives for referring friends, colleagues and clients who are in the market for office space to Bergman Real Estate Group’s portfolio of office buildings. Bergman currently has properties in Bergen, Camden, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Morris and Monmouth counties.

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Christie’s “straw man” For Reform ‘Achievement Gap’ Data Refutes Administration’s Case


The Christie administration’s primary rationale for education reform – the so-called “achievement gap” between white and black students in the state’s urban districts – is “a classic straw man,” NJEA President Barbara Keshishian said today.

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Bill in Congress Would Preserve Boating Access


BoatUS Urges Congressional Support for H.R. 3109 “Keep America’s Waterfront Working Act”
Working waterfronts, those parts of town at the water’s edge dotted with marine-dependent businesses like marinas, boatyards and haul-out facilities, are crucial to recreational boating. However, in some places they are struggling as municipalities grapple with development pressures and poor planning and that’s why Rep. Chellie Pingree of Maine has introduced the “Keep America’s Waterfront Working Act of 2011” (H.R. 3109) in Congress. BoatUS is urging boaters to ask their Congressional representatives to sign-on as co-sponsors of the bill.

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Let’s Party, People! Evite Releases Fun Facts In An Infograph About 2011 Holiday Celebrations


The holidays are here and it’s time to party!  Having sent nearly 250 million invitations last year, Evite, the categorical leader in online invitations and social planning, took a look at some 2011 trends in festive get-togethers.

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’Tis the Season for Saving: 17 Tips to Keep Your Holiday Spending Habits off the Naughty List


The holidays are upon us, and in addition to festive time spent with family and friends, for most of us it means a lot of money spent on holiday gifts and other once-a-year expenses. But, warns Leslie Greenman, don’t let this year’s holiday spending ruin all of the saving you’ve done throughout the year. She offers valuable tips on how to keep your holiday spending in check.

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Radio City Music Hall Supports Military Families Through Unique Coupon Code Offer


Operation Homefront, Tri-State is happy to announce its newest supporter, Radio City Music Hall. Radio City is offering a 20% discount off tickets sold for select shows to buyers who use the coupon code HOMEFRONT when purchasing tickets. A $5 donation will be to Operation Homefront, Tri-State to every ticket sold under this coupon code. A terrific way to honor our veterans this holiday season!

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Addressing The Prevalence Of Eating Disorders Through Fiction


Before I Disappear, by Barb Herding, chronicles the story of Lauren Stafford, a 16 year old girl whose self-esteem has been crushed by rejection from everyone in her life.  Lauren develops a skewed perception of her body as a result of the rejection that she experiences, which turns into an eating disorder.

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Caring and Caregiving through the Holidays: Seven Considerations for Families of Alzheimer’s or Dementia Patients


If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, your instinct might be to cling to beloved traditions this holiday season. But according to Nataly Rubinstein, you—and your loved one—might experience the most holiday joy by adapting your plans and expectations. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, one in eight people over the age of 65 suffered from Alzheimer’s disease in 2011, with that statistic rising to almost half of individuals over age 85 (that’s 5.4 million Americans overall). With those disturbing odds, it’s likely that you’ll be coming into contact with someone suffering from Alzheimer’s or another dementia this holiday season.

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Celebrate Bill of Rights Day on December 15th and Help Guarantee that our Freedoms Endure


The Bill of Rights Institute announces a new initiative to raise awareness of the rights protected in the Bill of Rights. As part of this new initiative, the Institute is asking Americans to pledge 10 minutes to read the Bill of Rights on December 15, the 220th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights in 1791. Bill of Rights Day has been a day of federal observance since 1941.

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Great Kidz Cabaret Shows Now On Sale at Englewood’s bergenPAC



African Rhythm Tap

$17 (Buy 3 kidz cabaret shows for $36)

African Rhythm Tap
Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 1:00PM & 3:00PM
This highly energetic and entertaining performance shows students how a tap dancer and a drummer can have rhythm conversation and how we can all learn from each other, no matter what background we come from.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GFLcAcIQyT0

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Accountemps Survey: Many Workers More Stressed During the Holidays


Not everyone will have time to deck the office halls this holiday season, a new Accountemps survey suggests. Thirty-nine percent of workers interviewed said it is more challenging to manage their workloads during the holidays. The additional burden comes at a time when many professionals are already feeling the pinch: More than four in 10 respondents (41 percent) indicated their current workloads are too heavy. 

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Abramoff: Senate Calls Hearings On Congressional Insider Trading


Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Joe Lieberman, ID-Conn., and Ranking Member Susan Collins, R-Maine, announced Wednesday they would hold a hearing to examine how insider trading laws apply to Congress.

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Panchero's Mexican Grill At Paramus Park Mall


Panchero's Mexican Grill

One doesn't need Avi Saini's (The owner) comment that everything is fresh. It's in the taste! Not accustomed to eating Mexican food often, I asked Avi for his advice. First recommendation was a burrito without a moment’s hesitation. He also helped me through  the food line even though the serving staff was very kind. Beans, rice, cheese, chicken, meat, salsa, hot peppers etc. were just a portion of the decisions to be made. Daunting to the occasional burrito eater, but made easy by the knowledgeable servers.

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Artists, Performers Occupy Broadway - Commence an All-night Performance in an Undisclosed Bonus Plaza


On December 2, 2011 New York artists will introduce tourists and New Yorkers going to Broadway shows or shopping themselves into debt to the idea of occupation as CREATIVE resistance with non-stop free performances. We will set up in a privately owned public space (POPS) near Times Square, turning once blandified space into a space for cultural production. 

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Winter Is Coming To The Garden State: Assembly To Honor Fantasy Author George R. R. Martin


On Monday, the New Jersey General Assembly will honor Bayonne native and #1 New York Times bestselling author George R. R. Martin.
The General Assembly voting session is scheduled to begin 1 p.m., Monday, December 5, in the Assembly Chambers, the State House, Trenton.

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