Sobel & Co.'s Executive Women's Breakfast Program

"Social Media Chatter at Work: Dos and Don'ts"

Panel:
Alix R. Rubin, Esq., Catherine Wells, Esq., Lisa Fried-Grodin, Esq., and Emily Kaller, Esq.

Please join us to hear these highly regarded professionals share their insights on this timely and challenging topic!

This month we are collecting for Holiday Express.

To help Holiday Express help other, please donate:
Women and Men's deodorant
Body wash
Adult & Children's toothbrushes (individually wrapped)
Toothpaste

Wed, September 18
8:00 am — 9:30 am
Add to My Calendar 09/18/2013 8:00am 09/18/2013 9:30am America/New_York Sobel & Co.'s Executive Women's Breakfast Program

"Social Media Chatter at Work: Dos and Don'ts"

Panel:
Alix R. Rubin, Esq., Catherine Wells, Esq., Lisa Fried-Grodin, Esq., and Emily Kaller, Esq.

Please join us to hear these highly regarded professionals share their insights on this timely and challenging topic!

This month we are collecting for Holiday Express.

To help Holiday Express help other, please ...

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Livingston, NJ 07039

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Pedestrian Victim in Fatal Bus Accident Identified as 78-Year-Old Nutley Man

January 14, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino and Nutley Police Chief Thomas J. Strumolo released details about the pedestrian victim of the fatal accident involving a NJ Transit bus on Thursday night in Nutley.

Umberto Lombardi, 78, was struck and killed by an articulated bus turning left from Bloomfield Avenue to Centre Street. Lombardi was crossing the ...

NJSIAA: Bills Grant Super Powers to 20 Schools; Upcoming Vote Puts Kids at Risk

January 4, 2018

As a 100-year-old, independent, private, and voluntary non-profit association serving the needs of 435 public and non-public high schools and nearly 300,000 student athletes, we have an unwavering commitment to promoting and protecting education-based interscholastic athletics. At our core, we are committed to ensuring a safe and competitive environment, while also enhancing the educational ...

Livingston Symphony Family Concert: The Composer's Toolbox

January 16, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Visit “The Composer’s Toolbox,” this year’s Livingston Symphony Orchestra Family Concert on Sunday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. at the Livingston High School Auditorium, 30 Robert Harp Drive, Livingston NJ.

Known for his easy rapport with audience members of all ages and joy in sharing the stories behind the music, Maestro Anthony LaGruth ...

Accepting Yourself

It is the beginning of January, which means college applications are due.

 

This is the time where high school seniors all across the country place their academic souls on the line and compete for spots in colleges and universities that reject more students than they accept.  

 

And so, as a public service to all of these smart and talented kids who spent their ...

You're A Mean One . . .

Seriously, Grinch?

 

I am standing in line at the checkout counter of our local grocery store.  An obviously perturbed woman and her young daughter are staring at my cart.  It contains twelve tubs of Edy’s Limited Edition Slow Churned Peppermint Ice Cream because I have just cleared out the entire freezer case.

 

“They don’t sell it in ...