When I asked Sheriff Leo McGuire, a while back, about highlighting some of the officers in his department, he immediately said yes. He turned me over to Sgt. John Calabrese, his Community Outreach specialist. It took time for John and I to merge schedules, but the wait was worth it. He became the first Sheriff’s Department Officer to be interviewed, a pleasure at that!
ROSELAND, NJ, -- JUNE 14, 2007 --New Jersey Future, a statewide research and policy group, has named Gale Belmar LLC recipient of the 2007 Smart Growth Award for the first phase of its $500-million mixed-use development initiative known as Belmar Seaport Village. The award was presented on June 7 at the Newark Club in Newark, NJ.
New York, NY (May 31, 2007) – IKEA, long known for its affordable and stylish home furnishings, has launched IKEA BUSINESS, a new on-line network that provides practical workplace design solutions. To launch the site, www.ikea.com/business, the company is kicking-off a national contest, "Small Businesses, Big Dreams: Furnished by IKEA,” which will award IKEA makeovers to an entire community of businesses.
At the US Military Academy in West Point NY, outdoor summer concerts are held at the scenic Trophy Point Amphitheatre. Started by Richard Willis, West Point's first music teacher, patriotic summer concerts were established as early as 1817 ~ 190 years ago! This wonderful tradition of the Concert Band starts off on June 10th at 7:30 pm. Concerts are free, open to the public and are performed every weekend through Labor Day.
In June we all celebrate “Father’s Day”. Kay and I celebrate not only because it’s “Father’s Day” but because it was the month we were blessed with our firstborn, Christopher. It was June 6, 1964. Kay and I were living on Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, California. I was finishing up my 3 year tour in the USMC. To say we were excited would be a an understatement. We had been trying for almost 2 years to have a baby.
Irish rockers U2 created a buzz at the recent Cannes Film Festival with a 55-minute preview of a high-tech concert movie, "U2 3D." By pushing the technical limits of 3-D digital cinema, the film will showcase the strengths and weaknesses of cinema made without celluloid.