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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

NYC Students Hold Week of Action Against Tuition Hikes, Student Debt n Solidarity with Occupy Wall Street


Student supporters of Occupy Wall Street will hold actions every day this week at universities throughout New York City to draw attention to issues such as student debt, tuition hikes, university ties to Wall Street, workers’ rights and structural inequalities within our schools and our communities. Actions are scheduled to take place at various City University of New York (CUNY) campuses, Columbia, the New School, New York University, Pratt, Juilliard and more. A full calendar of NYC actions, locations and times is available here:
http://studentweekofaction.wordpress.com/actions-calendar/

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Mid - November Rochelle Park Police Activity


DWI ARREST
On November 10, 2011 at 8:00 PM, Officer Doug Arendacs observed a 2011 Nissan on Essex Street.  The vehicle was being driven at a high rate of speed, and it appears as though the driver may have attempted to flee by entering Route 80.  The vehicle was eventually stopped on Route 80 in Saddle Brook by P.O. Arendacs.  After an on scene investigation, the driver Hector Ferreira age 43 of New Milford, was charge with several motor vehicle offenses including driving while intoxicated.  He was additionally charged with eluding police.  P.O. Chris Bermudez and the State Police assisted at the scene.

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Lightfair International Will Take Place In Philadelphia For 2013 Trade Show And Conference


The 2013 edition of LIGHTFAIR® International (LFI), the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, will take place April 23-25, 2013 in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

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CBRE REPORT: Central Jersey Office Market Leads Current Rebound


- Market Experiences First Positive Net Absorption in 2011 and Highest Absorption Volume in Five Years, according to CBRE’s Third Quarter 2011 New Jersey Office MarketView -
The booming office market activity in Central New Jersey was the driving force behind New Jersey’s positive absorption for the third quarter, according to CBRE’s Third Quarter 2011 New Jersey Office MarketView Report.

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Damaging Thunderstorms to Pound the Ohio Valley


Severe thunderstorms will erupt from western Tennessee to Ohio today. Indianapolis, Louisville and Columbus are all at risk for the violent thunderstorms. "Some discrete, rotating thunderstorms will first fire along a cold front by early in the afternoon. A few isolated tornadoes will be a possibility," said AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Evan Duffey. Southern Indiana and western Ohio will have the greatest tornado threat.

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This Is Only ‘Au Revoir’ - Fuji Sprint Cup


After displaying race-winning pace in his Motul-Autech Nissan GT-R Benoît Tréluyer saw any hope of victory in Saturday’s Super GT Fuji Sprint Cup disappear with a puncture. It was a major disappointment for the Frenchman, who had desperately wanted to cap his season with a strong result.

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Elaine Miller Of The Bergen County Community Action Partnership Speaks To The Members Of The Sunset Rotary Club


[media:2011111409302227]On November 9th at a regular meeting of The Sunset Rotary Club of Glen Rock, Paramus and Ridgewood,  Elaine Miller of the (BCCAP) Bergen County Community Action Partnership spoke to the members about the services provided by the C.A.P. for those most in need in the county. Among the services provided are: Asset Development; Financial Assistance & Residential Services; Education & Training; Head Start, Early Head Start & Child Development; Real Estate & Weatherization Services. 

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Strong End To 2011 For OAK Racing In Zhuhai


OAK Racing brought the curtain down on their successful 2011 campaign with all three of the team’s OAK-Pescarolo prototypes seeing the chequered flag at the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup season finale, the 6 Hours of Zhuhai.

Building on the recent progress seen at Silverstone and Petit Le Mans, the #24 LMP1 crew of Jacques Nicolet, Olivier Pla and Alexandre Premat came home a solid fifth overall and second of the petrol-powered runners. In a triumph of efficiency, the car also scooped the coveted Michelin Green X Challenge for covering the greatest distance on the least amount of fuel.

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Thousands of Girl Scouts Cross the GW Bridge to Kick Off 100Th Anniversary of Girl Scouting with The Girl Scout Councils of NJ


First Lady Mary Pat Christie to Make Keynote Address at Milestone Event
The Girl Scout Councils of New Jersey will hold a ceremonial “bridging” event today beginning at 9 a.m., with thousands of Girl Scouts walking across the George Washington Bridge.  One hundred years in the making, more than 2,500 Girl Scouts members, volunteers and alumnae will participate in this once-in-a-lifetime experience of “bridging” into the next century of Girl Scouting.  First Lady, Mary Pat Christie, will serve as the keynote speaker and is the honorary chair of the event. Additionally, Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich, Bergen County Executive Kathe Donovan and Deputy Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Bill Baroni will also participate in the program.

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Franck de Las Mercedes to be Honored at 5th Annual Hearing Our Voices Awards in NYC


Voices UnBroken Recognizes those who Make the World a Better Place

On November 17, 2011, Voices UnBroken will host  their 5th annual Hearing Our Voices Awards Reception in NYC.  Established in 2007, the award recognizes people who use their voices to make the world a better place and work to make the community's voices heard.  Among this year's honorees is internationally recognized artist Franck de Las Mercedes who will be honored for his work with The Priority Boxes Art Project.

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Hideko Endo’s Original Flower Exhibition “Dyed & Brocade Flowers” Supported by the Consulate General of Japan in New York


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The Nippon Gallery is pleased to introduce the world of Dyed flowers and Brocade flowers created by one of the most up-and-coming Art Flower artist, Hideko Endo.

As for Dyed flowers, each petal of every flower is made one at a time in a long, tedious process of cutting and ironing to shape, making Hideko ’s exhibits a type of neo-haute couture. As for Brocade flowers, richly decorative brocades used in the show, some incorporating metallic threads, were woven in Nishijin, Kyoto; a tradition that dates back to 1573. The gold thread was weaved into patterns giving an elegant and classy appearance, a trademark style of Hideko Endo. Traditional Japanese materials are used to create the flower vases. The vases are also handmade from tatami mats, paper lanterns and brocades.

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CresaPartners’ New Jersey Office Helps PPI Time Zero Expand in N.J.


The New Jersey-based division of CresaPartners LLC, the largest tenant representation firm in North America, announced today that PPI Time Zero, Inc. has signed a long-term, 30,000-square-foot lease at 11 Madison Ave. in Fairfield, N.J., which would relocate its headquarters from its current location in Paterson, N.J.

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Operation College Promise (OCP) Announces First“Veterans Education Awareness Week” November 13-19, 2011


Governor Chris Christie Signs Proclamation in Support
Operation College Promise (OCP) announced today that New Jersey is the first state to designate a “Veterans Education Awareness Week.” The week will encourage all veterans’ service providers to educate veterans and servicemembers on the entitlements available to them as a result of their service to their country in the Unites States Armed Forces. Governor Chris Christie recently signed a proclamation to officially designate this week following the passage of a Senate Resolution (SR-202) sponsored by Senator Diane Allen and Senator Jim Beach. For a link to the proclamation, go here:

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Occupy Your Block:Taking The 99% Movement To Our Neighborhoods


Occupy Your Block is an initiative to build on the momentum of Occupy Wall Street, at the community level. It is a collaborative effort between Occupy movements of NYC, community organizations, and individuals to connect community efforts to the Occupy Movement at large.
The message is simple: “Occupy your Block” in whatever manner you please. 

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Corporate America Adopting Revolutionary Workplace Technologies


Workplace of the Future survey reveals nearly 90 percent of companies plan to increase investment in technology

Tenants throughout corporate America are investing in leading-edge workplace technologies to boost productivity, according to the Workplace of the Future survey results unveiled at a media conference during the CoreNet Global Summit on Monday, November 7 in Atlanta. Workplace strategy experts from Cisco, CoreNet Global, Jones Lang LaSalle and Teknion discussed the impact that today's top technology trends, including urbanization and workplace mobility, will have on the business environment of the future.

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Congressman Rothman: Veterans Day is a Special Time to Honor the Sacrifice of America’s Fighting Men and Women &Their Famili


Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), a member of the House Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, released the following statement:
Veterans Day is a special time to honor the selfless men and women who have courageously fought for our freedom and kept us safe. Our nation will be forever indebted to our veterans, and their families, for the sacrifices they have made. On this day, and every day, we continue to fight for our returning heroes, to protect the benefits they and their families have earned.

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Report Gives Multi-State, Cross-Institutional Picture of Veteran Student Success


Operation College Promise (OCP) and the Pat Tillman Foundation Pilot Analysis of Student Veteran Educational Progress Toward Degree in the Post-9/11 Era
As the enrollment of military-affiliated students continue to surge at campuses across the country, Operation College Promise (OCP) and the Arizona-based Pat Tillman Foundation released a paper reviewing their progress toward degree completion for a pilot population.

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Riley, Tucker, Voss, Caputo, Johnson Measure Aimed At Tightening Restrictions On Domestic Violence Offenders Signed Into Law


A bill sponsored by Assembly Democrats Celeste Riley, Cleopatra Tucker, Joan Voss, Ralph Caputo and Gordon Johnson to bolster protections for domestic violence victims was officially signed into law on Thursday. 

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Oliver, Greenwald, Green, Johnson, Wisniewski & Prieto To Lead Assembly Democratic Majority


The Assembly’s incoming Democratic Majority Caucus on Thursday chose Sheila Y. Oliver to continue as Assembly Speaker and selected Assembly budget chief Lou Greenwald as the new Assembly Majority Leader. Oliver added that John Wisniewski will serve as a key Assembly Deputy Speaker with expanded duties, Vincent Prieto will become the new Assembly Budget Committee chairman, Jerry Green will continue as Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore and Gordon Johnson will serve as Majority Conference leader.

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Popular Fair Lawn Eatery to Host Friends of Music Fundraiser


Giovanni’s Deli, a popular eatery in Fair Lawn, N.J., will open its doors for a special evening fundraiser on Thurs., Nov. 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. to benefit The Fair Lawn Friends of Music (FLFOM). This dining-to-donate event will feature a full menu, including the famous #57 wrap – breaded chicken with vodka sauce and fresh mozzarella.

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