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1.“MUSIC AT THE BARN” FREE CONCERT SERIES CONTINUES WITH THE CHARLIE JONES GROUP
ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 26 AT THE WORTENDYKE BARN, PARK RIDGE Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco and the Board of Chosen Freeholders invite the public to attend a free music concert featuring The Charlie Jones Group on Sunday, August 26, from 4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at the Wortendyke Barn Museum, ...
by Post on 08/10 10:06AM - Story - 726 Hits
2.Hackensack University Medical Center Recognized by Healthgrades for Outstanding Patient Experience
Top priority is to deliver the best health care experience, exceeding patient expectations July 9, 2018 ― Hackensack, NJ ― Hackensack Meridian Health Hackensack University Medical Center is pleased to announce it has achieved Healthgrades’ 2018 Outstanding Patient Experience Award™. This distinction places Hackensack University Medical Center among the top ...
by Post on 07/10 09:40AM - Story - 1,352 Hits
3.Eustace & Lagana Bill to Require Emergency Response Plans for High-Hazard Rail Heads to Governor
Measure Sets Emergency Preparedness Standards for Transport of Oil, Other Hazardous Substances (TRENTON) – Legislation  Assemblymen Tim Eustace and Joseph Lagana sponsored to require those transporting hazardous products by rail to develop emergency preparedness plans received final legislative approval on Thursday. It now heads to the governor.             “New Jersey has ...
by Post on 05/31 12:50PM - Story - 971 Hits
4.All-Star Lineup Announced For New York's Best In Drag
New York City’s top drag queens compete to raise funds for AIDS Service Center NYC (New York, NY) – AIDS Service Center NYC (ASCNYC) is thrilled to announce an all-star performer lineup for 2016’s New York’s Best in Drag ! On Monday, May 9, a group of New York City’s ...
by Post on 04/18 01:59PM - Story - 1,296 Hits
5.POP, SIZZLE, CALM, CHARM
~ Secrets to Choosing Your Best Decorating Colors ~ PEARL RIVER, N.Y., April 7, 2015 – “My favorite way to change the look of a room,” says Sally Morse, Director of Creative Services for Hunter Douglas, the leading name in custom window fashions, “is of course, to do something fresh ...
by Post on 04/09 09:19AM - Story - 1,422 Hits
6.Englewood Public Library Hosts “How to Find and Pay for the Right College
In an effort to help people of all ages achieve their educational goals the Englewood Public Library hosted a program Wed., January 28 called “How to find and Pay for the Right College.” The free 90 minute power point presentation was lead by Daniel Gerger, president of Adult Education Advocates. ...
by Post on 02/03 12:28PM - Story - 1,390 Hits
7.Breaking The Rules: Hunter Douglas Says, "Turn Decorating Don't and Do's"
PEARL RIVER, N.Y., Sept. 9, 2014 – How many times have you heard so-called design experts say, “Don’t plan your décor around anything but the rug,” or “Don’t use light colors if you have young children or pets?” or any other such “don’ts?”
by Press Release on 09/10 11:54AM - Story - 2,456 Hits
8.Someday is Closer Than You Think
By: Everett M. Lo, Regional Public Affairs Office, Social Security Administration – New York   For many people, Someday is an elusive day on the far-off horizon—always seeming close enough to see, but too distant to touch.   Perhaps Someday you plan to go skydiving. Or enter a hot dog-eating ...
by Everett M. Lo on 08/26 03:31PM - Story - 1,123 Hits
9.Hot Career Opportunities for IT Professionals
While some industries are struggling, others are ripe with opportunities. In the world of mobile technology, it is a smart choice to enter into the IT field. With a plethora of different opportunities, an IT professional can find themselves managing teams, developing large-scale web applications or helping keep a bank’s ...
by Angela Sanders on 03/28 12:53AM - Story - 4,982 Hits
10.Learning New Software for your Business
The decision to buy new software and hardware for your business can be overwhelming. With the hundreds of available options, deciding on one over another is usually the task that will take the longest amount of time. By making a simple list of pros and cons, you can make a ...
by Angela Sanders on 01/03 04:58AM - Story - 1,732 Hits
11.Keep the Profits, Hold the Armani Suit: Trading For Dummies®, 3rd Edition
Shares Ten Trading Survival Techniques That Will Work for You In our sluggishly recovering economy, there are many threats to your bank account: job loss, underemployment, falling incomes, rising costs, and more. Wouldn’t it be great if you could earn some extra cash to counteract this slow financial bleed…and maybe ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/21 04:15PM - Story - 1,069 Hits
12.Beyond the SAT: High School Students Need to Self-Explore To Make Successful College Choices
Wyckoff, NJ November 5, 2013 Most high school juniors and seniors have SAT’s and college applications on their brains this time of the year, but parents may want to help them shift their focus to a bigger picture: a fresh look at what their long-range future might look like. “College ...
by Post on 11/05 08:07AM - Story - 1,447 Hits
13.U.S. Conference Of Mayors President Mesa (AZ) Mayor Scott Smith Issues Statement On Federal Government Shutdown:
... Smith issued the following statement today on the federal government shutdown: "It is unfortunate that Washington has chosen to go the route of a government shutdown instead of figuring out a way to move forward for the sake of all Americans, including the majority of people who live in cities.
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/01 05:36PM - Story - 954 Hits
14.No Proof For Arlen Specter's 'Magic-Bullet' Theory
Autopsy evidence points to conspiracy beyond 'lone assassin' WND EXCLUSIVE The "single-bullet theory" that forms the basis of the Warren Commission's conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin of JFK is not supported by the medical evidence, contends Jerome Corsi, author of the newly released "Who Really Killed ...
by Press Release on 10/01 04:23PM - Story - 1,378 Hits
15.Photo Scanning Service FotoBridge and Association of Personal Photo Organizers Announce Partnership
... and digitizing old analog photo collections is a first step in preserving, sharing and celebrating old and new memories in ways never before possible. However, figuring it all out and getting it done is a challenge. With such a critically important yet time-consuming undertaking who has the time and skills ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/13 02:52PM - Story - 1,779 Hits
16.Family Expert/Author Gives Tips For Back To School Transitioning
Dr. Craig Pierce, founder and president of the Southwest Family Guidance Center and Institute, and author of Parenting Without Distraction: The Attunetion® Approach, is offering tips for parents to have a smooth transition back to school. Preparing for school, and readjusting to the new routines after the summer break can ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/07 01:36PM - Story - 1,016 Hits
17.Insider Information for the Incoming College Freshman:
Thirteen Things You Need to Know About College (But Probably Don’t) There’s no need to learn important lessons about being a college student the hard way. College professors Jeremy S. Hyman and Lynn F. Jacobs share thirteen things that will help new students adjust to—and succeed at—college
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/29 04:48PM - Story - 1,337 Hits
18.Sorting Through the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly:
Dos and Don’ts for Picking Your College Courses By Dr. Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman, authors of The Secrets of College Success: Over 800 Tips, Techniques, and Strategies Revealed, 2nd Edition (Jossey-Bass/A Wiley Imprint,
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/10 08:03PM - Story - 1,525 Hits
19.Taking Stock: Seven Positive Indications That the Stock Market Boom Is Here to Stay
Since the financial crisis hit back in 2007, many Americans have kept a wary eye on the stock market. After years of dismal prospects, they just can’t quite come around to the idea that the stock market is the best place to invest their money. And for good reason. After ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/10 07:48PM - Story - 997 Hits
20.Make the Fourth of July Your Financial Independence Day: Ten Summertime Money-Saving Tips to Get You Started
With all of the summertime fun to be had, for many families, living within their means goes right out the window. But if you want to reach financial independence, says John Vento, you must find ways to keep boosting your savings—even when fantastic summer vacations are calling your name. He ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/28 03:53PM - Story - 1,663 Hits
21.The Summer Save Up: Ten (or More) Ways to Save $20/Week This Summer
With all of the summertime fun to be had, for many families, living within their means goes right out the window by the time June rolls around. But if you want to reach financial independence, says John Vento, you must find ways to keep boosting your savings—even when fantastic summer ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/04 07:53PM - Story - 1,197 Hits
22.AAUW to Deliver “Code Red” Message to Congress for Equal Pay Act 50th Anniversary
Congressional Lobby Day Will Bring Advocates and Families Demanding Fair Pay The American Association of University Women (AAUW)’s volunteer lobby corps will lead a group of fair pay advocates and children through the halls of Congress at 9:30 a.m., June 6, to ask members to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/04 07:51PM - Story - 1,354 Hits
23.Ideas, Questions, and Knowledge, Oh My!: Ten Exercises to Develop Your Child’s Curiosity Muscle
From Victoria Ryan O’Toole, creator of the Molly Moccasins story, game, and activity book series for children, here are ten ways for parents to encourage and strengthen curiosity in their kids. Be a good role model. Take advantage of your kids’ “monkey see, monkey do” tendencies to increase their curiosity. ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/29 06:26PM - Story - 1,391 Hits
24.GO AHEAD, MAKE MY CAKE
Food detective Todd Wilbur relishes the challenge of figuring out secret recipes. Seen here is his version of The Cheesecake Factory's White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake. CNS Illustration by Jacie Landeros.Read the story
by Paramus Post on 09/08 09:41PM - Media Gallery - 781 Hits
25.MIKE THOMPSON
... men in black ski masks taunt him. A third man with arms akimbo and a black mask on says: \'Gentlemen, please! Can\'t we violently snap a forcibly restrained man\'s spinal cord, crush his trachea and induce a grotesquely disfiguring neck injury in a civilized fashion? Editorial cartoon by Mike Thompson.
by Paramus Post on 01/05 07:25AM - Media Gallery - 1,413 Hits
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