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Sunday, February 17 2019 @ 02:48 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, February 17 2019 @ 02:48 AM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

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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YES! Magazine Honors The “Breakthrough 15”


In Celebration of Their 15th Anniversary in Nonprofit Publishing, YES! Launches Their First-Ever Awards

Who is creating the solutions we need—to confront the aftershocks of the economic recession, to halt the increasingly dire threat of climate change, or to get big money out of politics? In its newly released Winter issue, YES! Magazine asked heroes from the grassroots—such as Pete Seeger, Naomi Klein, Wendell Berry, and Eve Ensler—to name 15 people who are creating solutions just when we need them the most.

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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. Through a day of dialogue, musical performances, and a march, farmers and their urban allies working for food justice in their communities will form alliances to fight and expose corporate control of the food supply.

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December 6: Occupy Wall Street “Goes Home”-National Day of Action to Stop (and Reverse) Foreclosures


The fight to reclaim democracy from the banks is growing from Wall Street to Main Street. On Tuesday, December 6th Occupy Wall Street will join in solidarity with a Brooklyn, NY community to liberate a foreclosed home.

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Miley Cyrus, Occupier Poster Girl



Michelle Malkin

 She's perfect. Miley Cyrus, Hollywood's perpetually half-dressed wild child with an insatiable appetite for attention, jumped in front of the Occupy Wall Street bandwagon this week. The young Disney mogul unveiled a YouTube anthem hailing the aimless, anti-capitalist protesters. Smells like opportunistic teen queen spirit.

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Assemblywoman Wagner visits AdlerSomething Special Store Wyckoff



Assemblywoman Wagner visits AdlerSomething Special store Wyckoff

Today Assemblywoman Wagner had the pleasure of visiting the Adler Aphasia Center's Something Special store in Wyckoff.
"The work the Adler Apashia Center does for those effected with Aphasia is priceless. Something Special is a wonderful store with great gifts for members of anyone's family. I urge everyone to visit the store to show their support for these programs and come home with something great for a loved one this holiday season, I left with three gifts!"
-Assemblywoman Connie Wagner

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