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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, September 22 2017 @ 05:51 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, September 22 2017 @ 05:51 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Bingo at the Senior Center


Senior Bingo
You know when you offer to pinch hit, you will be pinch hit. I offered my help to Eileen McDowell, the Director of the Joseph Cipolla Paramus Senior Center telling her that I have called Bingo for many years. They have a regular caller, Joe, but this Tuesday (they have Bingo every Tuesday) he wasn’t able to make it.

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The D.A.R.E. Carnival at the GSP


D.A.R.E Carnival in Paramus
Once again the D.A.R.E. Carnival is playing at the Garden State Plaza Shopping Center. Playing in the west parking lot, Amusements of America has brought in new rides and attractions. The Crazy Mouse roller coaster adds a new dimension to the arsenal of rides. Another side show attraction is the Great American Frontier Show from Windham, NY. They offer pony rides and animal shows.

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Giving peace a chance


UNLIKELY ALLIES
UNLIKELY ALLIES
They have reasons to hate each other.

Nader Elbanna, a Palestinian, lost his homeland, then his best friend to the Israelis.

Miko Peled, an Israeli, lost his niece to a Palestinian suicide bomber in Jerusalem.

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Citizen Group's Website on Corzine's Tax-Hike Plan


Tax Man
Tax Man
Move over, John, Paul, George, and Ringo – a different kind of “Tax Man,” New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine, has hit the fiscal scene through a new video parody available online at www.stopthetaxman.org. The non-partisan National Taxpayers Union (NTU), which has 14,000 members in New Jersey and 350,000 members nationwide, designed the new website to help New Jerseyans understand and speak out against the Governor’s $1.5 billion tax plan.

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The history and meaning of body art is hardly superficial


BODY ART
BODY ART
Mothers and anthropologists agree: Tattoos are forever.

While they may appear to be a contemporary rage - it's estimated 1 in 10 Americans has or has had at least one tattoo, almost 5 in 10 among Americans aged 18 to 29 - humans have in fact been adorning themselves with tattoos, piercings, paint, scars and other forms of permanent and semi-permanent ornamentation for tens of thousands of years. It's likely the late-Paleolithic cultures of 30,000 years ago did more than just paint cave walls.

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Division Commander Captain Kevin Smith


Captain Kevin Smith
Captain Kevin Smith
Working up through the ranks, Kevin Smith followed in his father and brother’s footsteps (he has 5 siblings). A cop’s cop, a man who has knowledge of the workings of the Paramus Police Department, Captain Smith fits the ideal of what the Paramus Police Department represents especially to him. Sixty hour work weeks are the norm rather than the exception.

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Paramus Police Memorial Service


Paramus Police Memorial Service
With Police precision, the Paramus Ceremonial Honor Guard Color Team came marching in to start the memorial services. Police Chaplain Leo J. Butler said the Invocation and we were welcomed by PBA Local 186 Vice President Detective Rob Von Schalscha who acted as the Master of Ceremonies.

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Stand tall when decorating spacious great room


OVERSIZED BUT NOT OVERWHELMING
OVERSIZED BUT NOT OVERWHELMING
Q: We thought we'd love the huge great room in our new house. We always lived in the family room and never used the "formal" living room. But this new house has nearly 18-foot-tall ceilings and opens off the kitchen so we feel a little intimidated by all the space. We're thinking of painting it a warmer color (it's bright white now), but what else can we do to make it feel less like Grand Central Station? We also thought of wallpaper but couldn't decide where it would end when all the space flows together. Help!

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Self-defense with fashion sense


SELF DEFENSE FASHION
SELF DEFENSE FASHION
Sandy Richardson has kept a small canister of pepper spray in her car for about 10 years.

She's never had to use it, and has only carried it with her a few times when visiting a big city.

It was her husband's idea to buy it, she said.

"He just wants to make sure I have something in my vehicle," said the mother of two who lives in rural Cantrall, Ill. "It's probably about 4 inches tall. It would fit in one's pocket, (but) I don't carry it like that. I just have it between my seats, just in case."

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