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Monday, May 20 2019 @ 07:31 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, May 20 2019 @ 07:31 AM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Sun, moon play roles as calendar changes for different faiths


NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR
Got new year's plans?

If you're Baha'i, you'd better. Your new year starts at sunset March 21.

And if you're Buddhist, you may have recently observed the Chinese New Year along with others who follow Asian ethnic traditions.

Religious new years are about as varied and numerous as faith traditions themselves.

When a religion celebrates a new year depends typically on the sun and moon, and frequently which new moon or full moon falls during certain positions of the sun.
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Horrors of combat are constant companions for transitioning ex-Marine


SWITCHING GEARS
SWITCHING GEARS
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - At a motorcycle dealership on the edge of town, Robert "R.J." Mitchell - war hero and medal winner, a guy who killed an Iraqi insurgent by plunging a knife into his neck - is hoping for a broken bike to come his way.

He makes $15 an hour as a mechanic in the service department, but unless he's fixing a motorcycle, he isn't on the clock. Some days, like today, there isn't much to do, and he gets antsy just standing there.
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Ridge Ranch students celebrate the Lunar New Year


Lunar New Year at Ridge Ranch School
ESL teacher Mrs. Debra Hodge prepared her students for a Lunar New Year celebration held on Friday, February 16th and presented it to the school and the proud parents. 

Principal Jeanine Nostrame had the classes file in one by one and seat themselves on the gymnasium floor. To keep their interest while preparations were being made, Nostrame and the teachers interacted with their young charges.
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Local Hadassah Volunteers Visit Israel


Local Hadassah Volunteers
Local Hadassah Volunteers
Recently, the National Board of Hadassah held its midwinter meetings in Israel. Over 200 women from across the United States attended these meetings where they were able to view first hand Hadassah's projects in Israel.

The women attended a special session at the Knesset where they were addressed by Prime Minister Ehud Ohlmert and Speaker of the Knesset, Dahlia Itzik. They traveled to Hadassah Neurim, a youth village which Hadassah co-sponsors with the Jewish Agency.
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PETS AND BABIES


DESTINATION MATERNITY™ PRESENTS “PETS AND BABIES”

Your Family is Growing, Prepare Your Pet for the New Arrival!

WHAT: Destination Maternity™ and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, New Jersey have teamed up to offer “Pets and Babies,” an exciting opportunity to help expectant couples prepare your beloved pets for the arrival of your precious new baby.
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'Baby It's Cold Outside"(r) Program Warms Up New Jersey Residents in Need


The Association of New Jersey Chiropractors Shares Warmth this Winter Season
The Association of New Jersey Chiropractors Shares Warmth this Winter Season
New Statewide Campaign Sponsored by the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors Collects Gloves, Hats and Scarves for The Salvation Army Just in time for the harsh winter weather, members of the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors (ANJC) have joined together to launch a statewide program to collect gloves, hats and scarves for New Jersey's neediest residents.
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Valentine Day, a day later at the Senior Center


Valentine Day
Snow and ice did not stop the Paramus CEO (Community Environmental Organization) from presenting Paramus seniors with an acclaimed festival. These high school students planned a gala to be remembered. The walls and pillars were decorated with hearts and balloons, the tables with appealing covers. The seniors filed in with romantic music in the air and .. their hearts! The menu was extensive:
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DMR Architects Designs Renovation for Bergen Academies in Hackensack, NJ


DMR Architects, one of the largest and most respected full-service architectural firms in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan region, announced that they were hired to design the complete renovation and expansion of an existing cafeteria for the Bergen Academies in Hackensack, New Jersey.

The renovated cafeteria, which will serve approximately 1,000 students, will include an expansion of the existing dining area by an additional 4,493 square feet. The existing dining area, which is 3,807 square feet, will be renovated along with the existing 3,500 square feet space on the first floor.
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THE GOLDSTEIN GROUP REPORTS


THE GOLDSTEIN GROUP REPORTS 5.47 PERCENT VACANCY RATE ALONG ROUTE 17 RETAIL CORRIDOR IN PARAMUS, NEW JERSEY

The Goldstein Group, New Jersey’s leading retail real estate brokerage firm, recently completed its retail vacancy survey along the Route 17 corridor in Paramus, New Jersey, which shows a 5.47 percent overall vacancy rate.

“The five percent vacancy rate is extremely low for one of the most important retail corridors in the state and the northeast part of the United States,” stated Chuck Lanyard, principal and director of brokerage services of The Goldstein Group. “Prime store locations, its proximity to Manhattan and its location at the crossroads of some of New Jersey’s most traveled highways, make Paramus the ultimate destination for national and local retailers, and consumers alike. We predict that this vacancy rate will drop throughout the year.”
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THE GOLDSTEIN GROUP REPORTS


THE GOLDSTEIN GROUP REPORTS 3.99 PERCENT VACANCY RATE IN RETAIL CORRIDOR ALONG ROUTE 4 IN PARAMUS, NEW JERSEY 

The Goldstein Group, New Jersey’s leading retail real estate brokerage firm, recently completed its Route 4 retail vacancy report, which shows a 3.99 percent vacancy rate throughout the Route 4 corridor in Paramus, New Jersey. This low vacancy rate indicates a historically strong retail market with limited available space along the popular Route 4 corridor.
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