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NAWBO-CNNJ women's networking breakfast

Wed, March 20, 8:00 AM

Land & Sea Diner, Fair Lawn

NAWBO-CNNJ women's networking breakfast

Business & Finance

Add to My Calendar 03/20/2019 8:00am 03/20/2019 9:30am America/New_York NAWBO-CNNJ women's networking breakfast

The National Association of Women Business Owners – Central & Northern New Jersey chapter (NAWBO-CNNJ) invites women business owners and professionals to get a fresh start to their business networking at its Business Builder Breakfast meeting. The cost is $12 for NAWBO members, $15 non-members. Attendees will introduce themselves and describe their businesses, brainstorm solutions to a ...

20-12 Fair Lawn Avenue Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
Summer Camp Information NIght

Tue, March 26, 7:00 PM

Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Paramus Service Center, Paramus

Summer Camp Information NIght

Other

Add to My Calendar 03/26/2019 7:00pm 03/26/2019 8:00pm America/New_York Summer Camp Information NIght

Learn all about the day camp programs GSNNJ has to offer. Meet the directors, learn about a typical day at camp, and have all your questions answered. Feel free to bring a non-Girl Scout friend along who may want to attend camp this summer. Come early to browse the GSNNJ council shop.

Registration is suggested in case of cancellation, but not required. Camp information nights are designed ...

300 Forest Avenue Paramus, NJ 07653

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Bergen County to Launch Drive-Thru Covid-19 Testing Site at Bergen Community College Thru December

November 25, 2020

PARAMUS, N.J. – The County of Bergen, in collaboration with Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, will extend their COVID-19 testing efforts by launching a new drive-thru program at Bergen Community College, 400 Paramus Road.

The Partnership between the County of Bergen, Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, and Bergen Community College will offer drive-thru COVID-19 antigen nasal swab rapid ...

The New Normal Rockwell

Dear diary,

I love Thanksgiving. Even though I don’t get any presents, it is my favoritest holiday of the whole year.

On Thanksgiving Day our family gets together at our house. My aunts and uncles and cousins and grandmas and grandpas. Sometimes even some awkward girlfriends and boyfriends who we never see again after that. We light a fire in the fireplace and fill up the house with ...

The Answer Man

Watching Jeopardy! always makes me feel like an idiot. I am not very good with random knowledge. Or mental processes in general.

I rationalize this major shortcoming as an impetus for learning, as if knowledge is somehow a finite reservoir. The way I look at it, the more I know, the less there is to learn. It would be pretty boring if I knew everything.

And I no doubt would be more ...

A Season of Blessings

The year 2020 has been one that most will never forget. We have had to navigate health issues, financial concerns, isolation, employment obstacles, political unrest, and a host of other matters, that quite frankly, we all will be happy to see end.

When I was contemplating what I wanted this week’s message to be, the only word that kept coming to mind was gratitude. I guess that is ...

Intentions versus Actions

Editor's Note: This column first ran on Nov. 22, 2019.

For the past few weeks, I have been the recipient of repeated hurtful actions and when I communicated my feelings with each perpetrator, the same response was offered, “It wasn’t my intention.” The frequency and flippancy of this explanation has gotten me to thinking about accountability, and whether intentions or ...

Challenge Your Fears

Fear is one of the most powerful forces in life. It affects the decisions we make and the actions we take. And while the primary role of fear is to keep us safe, it often becomes the obstacle that stands between us and our dreams and goals.

There are rational fears, the ones that are based in reality such as encountering a bear while on a hike in the woods, and there are the irrational fears ...

Dear Martin by Nic Stone

Dear Martin by Nic Stone. (Ember, 2017)

“Last night changed me. I don’t wanna walk around all pissed off, and looking for problems, but I know I can’t continue to pretend nothing’s wrong, Yeah, there are no more ‘colored’  water fountains, and it’s supposed to be illegal to discriminate, but if I can be forced to sit on the concrete in too-tight ...

Hot Toddy Recipes: 6 Variations on the Classic Holiday Cocktail

November 27, 2020

These days, enjoying a cocktail with friends can mean meeting outdoors. Want something that will warm everyone up as the evenings turn colder? Hot toddies to the rescue!

Hot toddies are traditionally made with whiskey or brandy, lemon, honey and hot water or tea. You can add different garnishes that will affect the flavor, such as apple slices, lemon wheels, star anise, cloves, a couple ...

Cranberry Farming Has a History in NJ (Thanksgiving Recipe Included)

What’s Thanksgiving without cranberries? Whether you whip up a batch of homemade chutney (see below) or open a can of jellied sauce, there’s a good chance that the famous red berry will make an appearance in some way, shape or form with your feast. Ocean Spray reports that six in 10 Americans say cranberry sauce has and always will be on their Thanksgiving table every ...

NJ Restaurants Look to ‘Bubbles’ to Stay Afloat This Winter

In a normal winter, Mhairi Robertson tries to fill the seats inside Bistro La Source, a swanky French restaurant in Jersey City. This year, she’s trying to fill bubbles.

Robertson, the manager of the restaurant, says the six plastic dining bubbles situated in the restaurant’s parking lot is an essential part of their business plan, as indoor dining is currently capped at 12 ...