The â€œIn the Spotlightâ€ travel film series at the Paramus Library will traverse 6,000 miles across the vast country of Russia, via the world-famous railway, the Trans-Siberian Express on Monday, February 19th.
â€œBreakfast at Tiffanyâ€™sâ€, the Oscar-winning romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard, will be screened and discussed at the Paramus Library, 116 E. Century Rd. on Monday, February 12th.
Kids love opening birthday and holiday gifts, but they don't always think about thanking the giver. We asked readers how to get that message across, and what is more appropriate - a formal note, a phone call, an e-mail? Or will the face-to-face thanks suffice?
From Charlotte Gerry, San Diego:
When I do not receive a thank-you or an acknowledgment for a gift, on the next occasion, I send a donation to my favorite charity in that person's name.
T he Adler Aphasia Center will host a series of monthly Aphasia Caregiver Support Groups in the evening on Monday, January 29, 2007, Monday, February 12, 2007, and Monday, March 19, 2007 at 7p.m. to 9p.m. Aphasia is a communication disorder that can affect a personâ€™s ability to speak, read, and write but does not affect their intellect. It can occur as a result of head trauma, tumor or in most cases a stroke.
"Summer and Smoke,â€ a play by Tennessee Williams, will be performed at the Ender Hall Laboratory Theatre at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ, Fridays and Saturdays, February 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 7:30 p.m. Matinees will be performed on Sunday, February 18, Saturday, February 24, and Sunday, February 25, at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors (65+). To purchase tickets visit the Office of Community and Cultural Affairs, Room A-315 at the College or call 201-447-7428.
2006 â€“ 2007 Supermodel of the World to be Named in New York City, January 17, 2007
Paramus, N.J. - January 16, 2007 â€“ Yesterday Westfield Garden State Plaza hosted over twenty supermodel finalists for a day of shopping before they hit the catwalk on Wednesday to compete for a $250,000 contract with Ford Models. The aspiring models from all over the world spent the afternoon shopping for fashions, beauty products and souvenirs at Westfieldâ€™s 285 stores.
The â€œCrown Prince of Zydecoâ€ C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band are poised to set the stage ablaze, on Friday, February 16, at 7:30 p.m. when they perform in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ.
This performance is part of the Collegeâ€™s celebration of Black History Month. Tickets are $20 for general admission, $18 for students and seniors (65+), and are available by phoning 201-447-7428. Seating is reserved and advance ticket purchase is recommended.
The Community Health Improvement Plan was drawn up in 2006 after a lengthy assessment of the needs of the 70 municipalities in Bergen County. People from every walk of life were asked to assist in selecting realistic and attainable goals that would benefit the physical and mental well being of the nearly one million people living here.
Individuals as well as community groups are encouraged to begin the New Year by making a commitment to the 10 tips for better health that the CHIP committee selected:
If you were watching TV talk shows in Beijing last month, you might have caught a glimpse of lawyer Jim Zimmerman trying to explain the intricacies of trade policies and currency rates to a Chinese audience.
At the time, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and other U.S. officials were on a mission to encourage Beijing to raise the value of the yuan as a way of relieving the United States' massive trade deficit with China.
Technology originally developed by the military to help fighter pilots immerse themselves in air combat is now helping surgeons performing minimally invasive surgery be more precise when removing a diseased prostate or completing a hysterectomy.
Like the pilots, surgeons using the system slip a pair of sophisticated goggles over their head. But rather than seeing radar images, night vision or other perspectives of the pilot's battlefield, the surgeon is immersed in the patient.