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Tuesday, October 15 2019 @ 10:06 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Tuesday, October 15 2019 @ 10:06 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

LIFE INSURANCE MADE SIMPLE: HOW TO SHOP SMART AND PAY LESS


Steven H. Kobrin
Steven H. Kobrin
INDUSTRY GURU, STEVEN H. KOBRIN, TO HOLD WORKSHOP AT FAIR LAWN ADULT COMMUNITY SCHOOL ON MARCH 8
 
FAIR LAWN, N.J., - Steven H. Kobrin, owner and operator of a national life insurance brokerage, will lead "Life Insurance Made Simple: How to Shop Smart and Pay Less," a life insurance workshop at the Fair Lawn Adult Community School located at 37-01 Fair Lawn Avenue, Fair Lawn. It will take place in room A111 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, with a fee of $28 dollars.
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Child care experts offer tips for totsfoods


BE IT RESOLVED
BE IT RESOLVED
If your child watches too much TV, is a picky eater, battles you at bedtime or spurns potty training, child care authorities offer some practical advice for frustrated parents.

A good resolution for some parents might be to cut back their children's television viewing, said Jan Deissler, director of Child Care Connection at Illinois Central College.
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A look under the hood of Windows' Vista


VISTA GRANDE?
VISTA GRANDE?
After several delays, Microsoft has released the latest version of its Windows operating system, Vista. While not revolutionary, the upgrade offers many new features.

Windows upgrades are known more for integrating existing, popular functions into the operating system than for major innovations. In the past, those copycat upgrades included such features as desktop icons, a media player and a Web browser.
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The British are coming: Tesco plans to enter U.S. food fight


MARKET IMPORT
MARKET IMPORT
Coming soon to many areas: a convenience store more likely to stock arugula than Big Gulps.

Tesco, the British grocery giant, is betting U.S. customers are hankering for a neighborhood market that offers fresh foods along with quick shopping trips.
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Board of Health Urges Early Cancer Detection


March is colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Paramus Health Officer, John Hopper, urges you to schedule an annual visit with your doctor. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer found in our country and responsible for more than 50,000 deaths each year, yet it is also one of the most curable forms of the disease. Caught early and with proper treatment, most patients return to normal lives.
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As Lent approaches, Catholics, Episcopalians renew traditions


SOLEMN TIME
SOLEMN TIME
Ash Wednesday on Feb. 21 is the advent of Lent, and with this observance come many traditions.

Ashes on the forehead. Hot cross buns. Fish on Friday. Fasting between meals. Stations of the Cross. Penance services. Coins in the box every day for the poor. Giving up (fill in the blank) for Lent.
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Four iPod tricks


Apple's iPod is one of the hottest gadgets around. It stores massive amounts of music, so you can take it on the go. But many people aren't getting the most out of their iPods. Here are some of my favorite tricks.

Connect your iPod to your stereo

There are plenty of iPod-specific speakers. Some are portable. Others are large. But you don't need to buy expensive speakers. Instead, connect your iPod to your entertainment center.
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VALENTINE'S SPECIAL FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY


 The e-cards are very fun and creative and come with a free pretzel.

Auntie Anne’s is making it possible for you to send free pretzels to your friends and family through Valentine’s Day e-cards! The e-cards are totally free and you can find them at the following links:

www.aLoveYouCanCountOn.com
www.FunkyValentine.com
www.CupidsDiet.com
www.LoveIsForTheDogs.com
www.ItWasWorthIt.com
www.aPairOfMonkeys.com
P.S. While you’re visiting the site check out the funny video and games! Oh, and tell your friends that roses are over-rated and expensive. Nothing says love like a free pretzel!
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Dove® Chocolate Provides The Ultimate Indulgence For


Need a rich, decadent chocolate fix for Valentine’s Day? Dove® Chocolate just made it easier than ever. The Dove® brand presents the Dove® Indulgence Lounge this Valentine’s Day at Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, NJ. A sweet escape for busy holiday shoppers, the lounge will provide a place to take a moment, relax and sample Dove® Chocolate. The Indulgence Lounge is open February 9th – February 14th (excluding Sunday, February 11th) during regular mall hours, 10AM-9:30PM.
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Emil Buehler Trust Observatory Opens Doors to the Public on Saturdays


Opstbaum
Opstbaum
 The Buehler Columbia Amateur Astronomer’s Association at Bergen Community College will be opening the Emil Buehler Trust Observatory to the public for free observations of celestial objects every Saturday evening from 8:00 -11:00 p.m.
 

The Observatory is in the Technology Education Center at the College, 400 Paramus Road, Paramus. Attendees should enter the Center from parking lot B. Public observations will be cancelled when the weather involves precipitation. 
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