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Sunday, May 19 2019 @ 04:32 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, May 19 2019 @ 04:32 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

New CEO has Jack on track to new markets, higher returns


JACK IS JUMPIN’
JACK IS JUMPIN’
Linda Lang is wielding a golden spatula these days.

Since taking over as chairwoman and chief executive at Jack in the Box last year, the fast-food veteran has presided over three profitable quarters and a 74 percent increase in the company's stock price as the San Diego-based chain diversifies to pull in nontraditional fast-food customers.
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The women from S.W.E.A.T.


S.W.E.A.T at the Garden State Plaza
Started in September by Debbie Freudenberg, this walking group has expanded to almost 15 people and is growing rapidly. The reason: they have made group walking enjoyable. During the warm weather, the ‘girls’ (and they assured me that men were welcome as well) meet at Van Saun Park, parking lot 9 at 10 A.M. on Tuesday and Thursday. When the weather is inclement, Debbie will poll the group as to where to meet.
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When accidents happen, will restaurant management step up?


DINING DISASTER
DINING DISASTER
Just about everyone has had a dining disaster. It could involve a bug. Spilled coffee. A snotty server. Overcooked steak. A purgatorial wait.

Being in the food biz, I have my share of terrible tales. My least favorite, until last month that is, involved a dimly lit room at a wine tasting, a glass of chardonnay and what seemed like a Lady Godiva-length strand of blonde hair that I partially ingested and had to pull from my esophagus sword-swallower style. Hurl-a-rific, yes. But that's now second on my grosser-than-gross list. What's first? Brace yourself.

What I've come to realize in all of my not-so-pleasant restaurant experiences is this: When bad things happen to good diners, restaurant management too often relies on that universal pacifier and confectionery cure-all - free dessert. I'll have a salad. Hold the cigarette.
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Five great freebies from Microsoft


If you want more from your computer, check out Microsoft's free downloads. They can help you manage and share files. Or, if you're feeling creative, make movies or slide shows. There are even documents you can customize in Office.

Following are five great free downloads from Microsoft.

Create Slide Shows with Photo Story

People always ask me how to create photo slide shows. Slide shows are a great way to share and display your digital photos. You can show off photos of your Hawaiian vacation, complete with captions and music.
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Paramus Democrats have a beefsteak dinner coming


The Paramus Democratic Organization invites residents to attend its Annual Beefsteak Dinner honoring their 2006 Municipal Candidates for Election on Monday, October 30 at 7:30 at the Elks Club, Rte 17N, Paramus. Mayor Tedesco who is seeking re-election, and Council Candidates Denis Niland and Fred Hayo will be on hand to meet and greet all guests.
In years past the dinner has been opportunity for candidates to take short break from traditional campaigning and get together with residents in a social environment and share ideas.
For more information on the candidates, visit www.paramusteam.com.
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Paramus Republican Club to Host Pancake Breakfast


The Paramus Republican Club invites all residents to attend its annual Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, November 5, at the V.F.W. Hall, 6 Winslow Place, Paramus, from 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Mayoral Candidate Michael Mariniello, and Council Candidates Sam Casiello and Pat O’Brien will be on hand to meet and greet all guests.

“We encourage all residents to bring their friends and neighbors to this event which will feature plenty of delicious pancakes, sausage, and coffee,” said Mariniello. “Participants will also be able to discuss with us any issues which may concern them and learn about our sensible solutions regarding taxes, development, open space, and pay to play.”
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Founders kept God out of the Constitution with reason


RELIGION IN AMERICA
RELIGION IN AMERICA
On Sept. 17, the nation's foundational document, the U.S. Constitution, turned 219 years old.

The Constitution was adopted by the Constitutional Convention on that date in 1787 but was not formally ratified until June of 1788.

Though the Constitution makes no mention of God, the case for the American Revolution frequently was painted in terms of morality, and declared as "God's will" in sermons preached in colonist churches.
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Parkway Groundbreaking


Parkway Groundbreaking
The Mayor and Council together with BOE had a groundbreaking ceremony to kick-off the facility improvements pursuant to recently finalized agreement between the Borough and the BOE. The improvements include but are not limited to new basketball courts, additional parking and approx 8 acres of new irrigated and sodded fields for baseball, soccer and lacrosse. The improvements are scheduled to take place over the next two to three years.
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Sandy Jacobs Concert at Paramus Library


Jazz saxophonist and vocalist Sandy Jacobs will perform at the Paramus Public Library on Sunday, October 22 at 2:00pm. Accompanied by well-known local pianist Rave Tesar, Jacobs will play and sing standard tunes from the 1920s to the 1960s. The concert will take place in the library's meeting room.
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The Art of Asian Dance at Bergen Community College


Nai-Ni Chen Dance
Nai-Ni Chen Dance
The renowned Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company will perform the family-friendly “The Art of Asian Dance” on Saturday, November 18, at 3:00 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre
at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ.

The performance is part of the College’s celebration of Asian Heritage Week. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children 17 and under, and are available by phoning 201-447-7428. Seating is reserved and advance ticket purchase is recommended.
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