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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Learn about Fostering and Adoption- November 10, 2011 at IKEA in Paramus


People foster a child for many reasons. They want to help a child in need of love and nurturing. Their own children are grown and they miss family life. They want to give back to the community and believe fostering is the way to make a positive difference in the future.
Children’s Aid and Family Services is holding an open house for anyone interested in learning about fostering or adopting a child on Thursday, November 10, 2011, from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at IKEA 2nd Level Restaurant, 100 IKEA Drive in Paramus, NJ. The agency is seeking loving individuals and couples to care for medically needy infants and toddlers. There will be a complimentary continental breakfast and a raffle for a gift basket.

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New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera Brings Masterpiece, Tosca, to the BergenPAC


--Meet the Artists Champagne Reception to Follow Performance--
  Enjoy the finest in grand opera with the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera’s (Verismo Opera) production of Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca on Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. and afterward talk one on one with the artists in a special Meet the Artists Champagne Reception.   The dramatic performance of one of Puccini’s most successful works will be presented at the BergenPAC located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey.  Tickets are still available.
 

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Gallivant with Galumpha and Meet 'Tía Lola' Author Julia Alvarez October 15 and 16 at Symphony Space


Symphony Space's diverse family programming continues over the weekend of October 15th and 16th with a gravity-defying performance by Galumpha and an interactive afternoon for young book lovers with author Julia Alvarez.
 

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Embracing Autism - Mother Of Two Autistic Children Encourages Deep Understanding And Acceptance


One in every 110 children will be diagnosed with autism, according to Autism Speaks. This staggering statistic is known all too well to the parents and families dealing with the disorder. Simone Brenneman is one of those parents having raised two autistic children. In The Castle We Called Home, Brenneman reveals the autobiographical story of one mother’s quest to connect with her autistic son. A story of struggles and triumphs, the book reveals the complexities of Hayden, his autistic sister and his family’s inspiring journey to evolve as a unit and as individuals.

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Portfolio Pitfalls


The Creative Group Survey Reveals Most Common Portfolio Mistakes Among Interactive, Design and Marketing Professionals

All style and no substance is the number-one critique voiced by executives about creative portfolios, according to a new survey by The Creative Group. Thirty-two percent of advertising and marketing executives interviewed said the biggest misstep creative professionals make when assembling their portfolios is including samples that don’t show value provided to the company. Lack of organization was the second most common blunder, cited by 19 percent of respondents.

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SUPER PRIME To Play Show Two Shows in NYC


The Studio At Webster Hall On October 9th
The Gramercy Theatre On October 13th  
New EP Release, Sun's Out, Gun's Out, On Oct. 8th!
In support of their upcoming release, Sun's Out Gun's Out, Boston's 3 piece pop-punk band Super Prime will be celebrating in style with a shows at two of New York's premiere music venues, The Studio at Webster Hall, on October 9th with Patent Pending and The Gramercy Theatre on October 13th with Marky Ramone of The Ramones

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3rd Annual Bachelor Auction to Benefit Gilda’s Club NNJ


A lawyer, a business executive and a police officer are just some of the eligible men up for grabs at Gilda’s Club Northern New Jersey’s (Gilda’s Club NNJ third annual Bachelor Auction at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 20 at the Crowne Plaza in Englewood. Back by popular demand, the night of bachelor-bidding will benefit Gilda’s Club NNJ, a not-for-profit cancer-support organization in Hackensack.

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K Of C Halloween Extravaganza Oct. 28


Mother Seton Council # 5427 of the Knights of Columbus is holding a Halloween Extravaganza on Friday, October 28, in the K of C Hall, 79 Pascack Road, Township of Washington, NJ. The affair will begin at 7:30 p.m. and conclude at 11:30 p.m. The evening starts with a cocktail hour with appetizers including shrimp cocktails, Buffalo chicken wings, and baked stuffed clams. The (all you can eat) dinner will offer beef, chicken, and fish selections. Coffee or tea and dessert will also be served. The food will be served buffet style.  Throughout the evening an open bar will be available as will music by a DJ.

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K Of C Hosts 2011 Decathlon


On Sunday, October 30, from noon to 6 p.m., the Knights of Columbus Mother Seton Council will hold its third annual Decathlon. The competition will take place at the Council’s athletic complex located at 79 Pascack Road, Washington Township, NJ. This event will test which Mother Seton Council member or guest has the highest cumulative skill in a wide range of sporting activities.
The ten talent testers will be: 

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The DACKKs Group for Supportive Housing Development Announces its Salute to Volunteers


At Its 10th Annual Event Wine and Food:  a perfect pairing - Monday, November 14, 2011
The Brick House
179 Godwin Avenue
Wyckoff, New Jersey

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Hubbell Introduces New Compact Architectural LED WallPack


Popular Laredo® Series is expanded with new LED Wallpack offering.

Hubbell Lighting Inc. is proud to announce the expansion of the Laredo Southwest Series with the Laredo® LNC LED Wallpack. Designed to provide a compact, architecturally styled and powerful LED perimeter security illumination solution, the Laredo LNC produces 750 lumens while consuming only 12.6w of energy.  With measurements of only 8.22” W x 5.25” H and a weight of 4 lbs., the Laredo® LNC Wallpack delivers powerful security performance in a compact, lightweight fixture.

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Paramus Police Arrest Activities


On 10/1/11 at apprx. 6:51 PM Ridgewood Police gave out a description of an auto involved in a Hit & Run motor vehicle accident on Rt. 17 south in their town. Lt. Savastano & Officer Dmitriy Mazur stopped the vehicle on Rt. 17 south by Burlington Coats for investigation. Officer Mazur conducted an investigation on the driver due to the strong smell of an alcoholic beverage. Investigation at the scene resulted in Officer Mazur arresting the driver for driving while Intoxicated. Driver was transported to Paramus police H.Q.’s where he refused to submit to Alcotest breath tests. M.V. accident report taken by Ridgewood PD.

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Paramus Police Invesitgate Sexual Assault



Emir Kimarky
On 10/1/11 at 8:23 PM Paramus Police received a report of a sexual assault at the GS Plaza. Officers Jeff Lattanzi, Robert Gleason and Chris Esposito responded and investigated. The 15 year old victim from Fairlawn, NJ reported that she was near the smoking area in the parking garage of the Plaza (west side) when an adult male approached her, pinned her up against a wall and then proceeded to touch her genital area with his hands and than his face. When 2 witnesses shouted at this male he ran into the GS Plaza mall.

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Paramus Police Do Surveilliance And Arrests



Mary Neenan
The Paramus Police Department received information of possible drug activity in  the area of a local hotel. Detectives Robert VonSchalscha, Frank Scott and John Devine began surveillance on this area and developed information that resulted in the arrest of 2 people. Investigation showed that Mr. Cataldo & Ms. Neenan would periodically take a taxi cab from Paramus to Rahway, NJ where they would purchase large amounts of Heroin. They would return to the Paramus hotel and ingest the drugs themselves.

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A Murder Mystery Comes to Bergen Community College when “The Mousetrap” Opens on October 28, 2011


“The Mousetrap,” written by Agatha Christie, the longest running play in the world, will premiere at Bergen Community College. The play, directed by Bergen Community College Professor Ken Bonnaffons of Central Valley, N.Y., will open in the Ender Hall Laboratory Theatre, on the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road, in Paramus. Performances are scheduled on October 28, 29, and November 3, 4, and 5 at 7:30 p.m., with matinee performances on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, November 5 at 2 p.m.

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Dr. Lawrence Livingston Named Chief of Orthopedics at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center


Lawrence I. Livingston, MD, has been named Chief of Orthopedics at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (englewoodhospital.com). A noted orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Livingston joined the Englewood Hospital Medical Staff in 2007. He came to the Medical Center from the former Packsack Valley Hospital in Westwood, NJ, where he served as Chief of Orthopedic Surgery for 12 years. Dr. Livingston has also served as the orthopedic surgeon for the New Jersey Nets professional basketball team and has been a consultant to the New York Giant NFL team. Dr. Livingston has broad experience in orthopedics, with a major focus on knee and shoulder disorders and knee and arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, as well as knee and hip replacement surgery.

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Mature Performance Helps Robertson Racing Home At Petit Le Mans


Robertson Racing survived a chaotic 14th annual Petit Le Mans to come home 12th in class and 26th overall as the curtain came down on their 2011 American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patron season. Andrea Robertson, David Murry and Melanie Snow produced a mistake-free display at Road Atlanta aboard the #40 Ford GT in what was perhaps their toughest sportscar outing of the year.

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SCORE Bergen Presents: 3 Keys To A Winning Website


On Tuesday evening, October 11, SCORE Bergen will hold a workshop on the three key elements that make a winning website. This workshop will teach you how to implement these elements in order to leverage the power of the internet and grow your business. Presenter Marc D. Ensign, CEO of Sound-n-Vision Designs, LLC, will discuss: building confidence in your company through your website's design, getting your website to appear on major search engines, keeping your content fresh, promoting your website using online tools, and much more.

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Victory Ensures Everything Still To Play For! Super GT (Autopolis / Round 7)


The combination of Satoshi Motoyama’s feisty performance and an on-form Benoît Tréluyer proved unstoppable at Autopolis last weekend as the Motul Autech duo clinched their second Super GT victory of the campaign to bounce back into title contention, ensuring the fantastic season-long duel will be decided at the final round in Motegi on October 15/16.

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Superleague Formula Series Evaluating New Chassis Supply


Superleague Formula Series could introduce a brand new chassis in time for the 2013 season with steps already being taken to find a suitable partner. With the current crop of bespoke single-seaters, built by Elan Motorsport Technologies in time for the inaugural 2008 campaign, due to enter their fifth year of competition in 2012, the nations cup series feels the time is right to begin evaluating its next generation of racing cars.
Any new chassis will have a tough act to follow: the crowd-pleasing DP09’s distinctive character, screaming V12, 750bhp and push-to-pass systems has ensured on-track action is seldom anything less than exhilarating as drivers battle wheel-to-wheel.

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