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ave you noticed it is get-
ting harder to do business
today? Maybe it’s because
large companies are squashing
those who were once the backbone
of the community. We believe that
collaboration of these backbone-
type businesses is the key to success
moving forward.
24-7 Networking Sales is a
financially driven networking
group. Each of my clients, as long
as he or she is legally allowed to,
pays a commission on completed
sales after getting paid. Why not
reward people who bring you
business?
I was always the person at the
networking events whom people
could depend on to get new busi-
ness from. Usually, I would give
two to five leads at the monthly
functions. (Notice I did not say,
“And then I would collect all of
the sales leads people were recipro-
cating.)
In 2002, I transitioned from
the paint industry and everyone
came running, wanting even more.
We formalized into a company to
generate sales leads and pay com-
missions. Now, 11 years later, it is
continuing to grow.
B&L Printing’s Gerry Harris
has been a member since 2005. He
continues to generate sales leads, as
well as receive them. He is a real
networker. His goal is to pay
$30,000 in commissions in one
year, and he has said: “I can’t afford
not to be in 24-7.”
Our slogan is: “We are look-
ing for real networkers. We are
going to challenge you to prove it
and we have the cash to back up
that challenge.”
We would like to cordially
invite you to a vision casting night
held on Wednesday, Oct. 16 from
9-11am at True Vine Christian
Center, 99 Two Bridges Road in
Lincoln Park. We believe it would
be worth your while to join us.
Learn how networking can drive your
business – Vision Casting Night on Oct. 16
By Philip Doyle, President of 24-7 Networking Sales
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OCT 5
•The Barn Theatre Special Event Series
proudly presents “A Musical Journey”
with the North Jersey Concert Band on
Saturday, October 5 at 8pm. Come join us
as Conductor Mike Roth and the North
Jersey Concert Band return for a 3rd time
to the Barn Theatre stage for an evening
of music from the past and present,
Broadway to Beatles, covering music
from countries all over the world. One
night only. Tickets are only $10. For
reservations or more information, please
call the Barn Box Office at 973-334-9320
ext. 707. Or you can email us at boxof-
fice@barntheatre.org. The Barn Theatre
is located at 32 Skyline Dr, Montville.
•Montville United Methodist Church 29
Whitehall Road (Route 202), Towaco is
seeking vendors for our Fall Family Fun
Festival on Saturday, October 5 from
10am –3pm rain or shine. The Family
Fun Day will include a wide variety
of events for all ages including music, a
magic show, moonwalk, craft table, white
elephant table and pony rides, scarecrow
pictures, food and more. Please call 973-
316-1162 and leave message for more
information.
•The Montville United Methodist Church
“upper room” ministry’s next sale will be
held on Saturday, October 5 from
8:30am-12:30pm in the church’s educa-
tional building 29 Whitehall Road (Route
202) Towaco. We have a large selection
of gently used clothing and household
goods to select from. The profits from this
sale will help local families in need. For
further information call the church office
at 973-334-1603.
OCT 7
•Montville flu immunization program
announced. The Montville Township
Health Department will conduct an
Influenza Immunization Program for its
residents on Monday, October 7 at the
Senior House located at 356 Main Road.
The program will run from 9-11am and
will be free for senior citizens covered by
Medicare. All others will be charged
$15.00. Prior registration with the health
department is required to ensure ade-
quate vaccine is available and or partici-
pants to obtain their appointed time
range to report. Register by calling the
health department at 973-331-3316 and
have your Medicare number available, if
applicable, and remember to wear short
sleeves. Anyone not registered can only
be immunized after all registrants have
received their vaccination.
OCT 14-16
•Woman’s Way Fitness Center in Wayne is
offering a free class during their Open
House on Monday October 14, Tuesday
October 15 and Wednesday October 16.
They offer over 50 weekly classes. A few
of the classes include, BTS Kickboxing,
Zumba, Spinning, Yoga and more Please
call or stop by for more information.
Woman’s Way is located at 1479 Rt. 23 N.
in Wayne. Call 973-305-1003 or visit
www.womanswayfitness.com for more
information.
OCT 17
•Holy Spirit’s upcoming 18th annual
Msgr. McQuaid Golf Event will be held on
Thursday, October 17 at the Black Bear
Golf & Country club in Franklin, NJ.
Registration begins at 10:30am. Tee-Off
is 12:30pm Shotgun Start. 19th Hole
cocktails will start at 5pm and sit down
dinner is at 5:30pm. Special raffle for a
week of choice in Myrtle Beach SC and a
“Hole in One” Prize from Dalessio
Chevrolet. Cost per player is $150.00
including lunch, dinner and on course
beverages, greens fees, cart and gift
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T
he elderly are at
risk for depression
and are under-
served by the mental health
profession. Many are resistant
to treatment because they
equate depression with weak-
ness or death. Here are some
coping strategies for you and
your loved ones.
1. Recognize that depression
is an illness. Family members
should be aware of the disabil-
ity that depression can cause
and should avoid making
depressed parents or relatives
feel guilty by telling them to
get out more or pull them-
selves up by the bootstraps.
Depression is an illness and
can become quite debilitating
if left untreated.
2. Don’t dismiss symptoms. If
your loved one is not eating
for more than a few days or
loses interest in activities they
used to love for more than two
weeks, these could be signs of
depression. Unexplained cry-
ing, sadness that lasts for
extended periods and social
withdrawal are other signs.
3. Talk about how they feel.
Instead of plunging directly
into a tough discussion about
treatment, try asking what’s
going on. Say: “I’ve noticed
you haven’t been sleeping
well” or “You seem so sad late-
ly and don’t seem like your-
self.” Using gentle probing
will not instantly put the elder
on the defensive.
4. Allow them to remain
independent. Do not take
over doing tasks for them that
they can do for themselves.
Doing things for a depressed
person only reinforces their
Six ways to help elderly depression
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A
ccording to the latest
research, medical
breakthroughs, better
living habits and being married
are the key factors to longevity
in the U.S. This means that
you might spend more time liv-
ing as a retiree than you did
before you retired. If you
worked from age 20 to retire-
ment at 65, you might still live
another 45 years to 110. (The
new life insurance mortality
tables extend to age 121!)
The problem during your
working years is whether or not
you will invest and save
enough capital so that your
money can last for a full 45
years after retirement. You
want your money to keep you
in the lifestyle you created for
you and your spouse before
retiring. It makes you pause for
a moment to ponder the possi-
bility that you might be the one
to live beyond age 100. You
certainly won’t be alone. The
centenarian club (people over
age 100) is growing
geometrically across
the globe as never
before imagined. In
fact, there is a new
club formed as a result
of this phenomenon
called the supercente-
narian club, com-
prised of people aged
110 or more!
According to the
Gerontology Research Group
(GRG), there have been over
500 verified American “super-
centenarians” — 21 are veri-
fied and currently living. There
are 20 Americans listed as
“pending” and 16 as “unveri-
fied.” The oldest living verified
supercentenarian from the U.S.
is Jeralean Talley, aged 114.
The oldest person ever from
the U.S. was Sarah Knauss,
who died in 1999 at the ripe
old age of 119 years, 97 days.
Do you have enough money to
live that long?
It’s safe to assume that the
overwhelming majority of
these “old folks” have already
far outlived their money. They
must be financially dependent
on others, including state and
federal governments, their chil-
dren and grandchildren, and
charitable organizations.
Quality of life diminishes
quickly without disposable dis-
cretionary funds. If there were a
way to have a personal private
pension plan with no limit on
the number of payments
received and
with a guaran-
teed income for
as long as you
and your spouse
should live —
even to age 121!
— wouldn’t you
grab it? I would.
I did. And so
can you. Let me
show you how!
As a matter of fact, avail-
able today are savings and
investment programs that will
guarantee not only a joint
income for you and your
spouse, but an increasing
income to boot! If you’ve never
heard about this or if you’d like
to read more about it, call the
office for a non-obligatory, no-
cost, no-fee, no-commitment
opportunity to meet me and I
will demonstrate the possibili-
ties available to you today.
These programs are avail-
able for any age group. There is
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as you do? By Mark Charnet
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R
ecently I had the pleas-
ure to speak to a large
group of 40 active sen-
iors at Cedar Crest in
Riverdale about dentistry.
Sponsored by “Discuss”
(Philips, Sonicare), the pro-
gram included a raffle of vari-
ous new dental products,
including air flossers, FlexCare
Platinum toothbrushes, tongue
scrapers and BreathRx bottles.
I reviewed many of the
topics I’ve written about in
“Life and Leisure,” including
dental implants, gum disease,
oral hygiene (and the newest,
easiest tools to use at home, dry
mouth, teeth whitening, den-
tal materials and the recent
research on the effects of oral
health).
Everyone was inquisitive
and showed great interest.
Here are some of the best ques-
tions asked, and my answers:
Are dental mini-implants as
good as standard implants?
In my office and my expe-
rience in placing implants
since 1998, each has its func-
tion. I offer regular, standard
dental implants as the first and
best option to replace missing
teeth, providing many
anatomical, medical and indi-
vidual needs are met. Mini-
implants are used when inade-
quate jaw bone is available
and they are recommended
only under certain circum-
stances.
Are over-the-counter fluoride
rinses useful?
Yes. As long as they are
ADA approved and used as
instructed to reduce your
chances of tooth decay.
Are white fillings as good as
silver fillings?
Silver fillings are metal
and therefore stronger than
the white composite resin
ones. Depending on each per-
son’s needs, cosmetic fillings
wear down more
quickly and
weaken as the
size increases.
However, they
give you a great
smile, do not
contain mercury
and have
improved greatly
over the years.
Does whitening your teeth
damage them?
Overuse of whitening
products — prescription or
over the counter — by any-
one at any age will dehydrate
your teeth. It can weaken the
tooth structure or have
adverse effects on the nerve
and sensitivity of your teeth.
Use as directed!
Where does bad breath come
from?
Most causes of breath
malodor come from the
mouth. You must brush and
floss your teeth at least twice a
day, rinse with an antibacterial
mouth rinse, brush or scrape
the surface of your tongue, and
see your dentist for regular
checkups and cleanings at
least twice a year.
Be sure to watch for the
announcement of my next
presentation at Cedar Crest in
2014. It is open to the public
and free! I am also available
for group presentations. Please
contact my office at 973- 838-
5862, visit brusco.care.com or
email us at brusco.care
@aol.com.
Answers to the best questions
about senior oral health By Peter Brusco, DMD
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October 2, 2013 Page 6, Zone 2
Guest speaker Dr. Peter Brusco captivated the audience at
Cedar Crest during his presentation “Dental Care: New Technology
For Seniors.” He shared his expertise and gave the gift of time during
the Active Adult Wellness Education Series (AAWES),
a free lecture series open to the public.
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170 Kinnelon Rd., Suite 29A • Kinnelon
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Includes:
• Comprehensive Exam
• Oral Cancer Screening
• TMJ Screening
• Dental Cleaning
• Blood Pressure Screening
• Full Mouth Xray Series
(16 Xrays are Regularly $175)
This Visit is Worth Over $345.
Friendly, Caring Atmosphere with Gentle,
Experienced Dental Professionals.
• Cosmetic Dentistry • Bonding & Veneers
• TMJ • Root Canals • Teeth Whitening
• Oral Surgery • Mini Dental Implants
• Implants • Dentures
Preventing Cavities And Gum Problems Will Not Only Give You A Great Smile
For A Lifetime, But Also Improve The Health Of Your Whole Body.
bags. For information and reservations
please call Holy Spirit School at 973-835-
5680 or 973-694-0938.
OCT 21
•The G.F.W.C. Montville Township
Women’s Club will hold its monthly meet-
ing on Monday, October 21 at 7pm –
Senior House, 356 Route 202 (Main
Road), Montville. The evening’s speaker
will be Donna Cirillo from Heifer
International. Her presentation will be on
the many ways Heifer touches and
improves the daily lives of families in
rural and undeveloped areas.
Refreshments will be served. Montville
Township Women’s Club meetings are
held the 3rd Monday of each month.
New members are welcome. For mem-
bership information, call Alexandria at
973-405-0088.
OCT 23
•The Montville Township Chamber of
Commerce is sponsoring a business net-
working event hosted by Atlantic
Stewardship Bank, 2 Changebridge Rd.
Montville on Wednesday, October 23 at
5:30pm. Bring your business cards and
join us for a Wine & Cheese Reception: No
Charge. Please RSVP by October 16 to
Judi Rothwell at 201- 444-7100, ext.
7875 or jrothwell@asbnow.com. We
hope to see you there!
OCT 25
•The G.F.W.C. Montville Township
Women’s Club will hold its annual Fish or
Chick ‘n Chips Dinner on Friday, October
25 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Senior
House, 356 Route 202 Montville. The
ticket price of $14.00 includes entrée,
chips, slaw, dessert and beverage.
Argyle’s prepares your dinner on-site
which can be eaten in or taken out. Please
purchase your tickets in advance by call-
ing Audrey at 973-334-7314. Chicken
dinners must be pre-ordered. Montville
Township Women’s Club meetings are
held the 3rd Monday of each Month. New
members are welcome. For membership
information please telephone Alexandria
at 973-405-0088.
OCT 26
•The First Reformed Church of Lincoln
Park 2013 Fall Craft & Vendor Fair is
Saturday, October 26 from 9am-
3:30pm. Local crafts persons and ven-
dors will be displaying and selling their
goods. An old fashioned bake sale with
lots of homemade goodies will be avail-
able. Homemade Soup & Sandwich lunch-
eonette so you can take a break from
shopping. If you would like to be a part of
the sales floor, space may be reserved to
show off your handmade crafts or other
goods or services. Visit our web site
www.frc-lpnj.org or call the church office
at 973-694-4336 for an application and
more information. First Reformed Church
is located at 60 Chapel Hill Road in
Lincoln Park. Hope to see you all there.
Around the
Community...
•True Vine Christian Center, located at 99
Two Bridges Road in Lincoln Park offers a
food pantry which is open every second &
fourth Wednesday of the month.
Remaining 2013 dates are as follows:
October 9 & 23, November 13 & 27,
December 11 & 19 (this is the third
Wednesday since the forth is Christmas
Day). The hours are from 5:30-6:45pm.
It is for families that are in need.
•October Programs at the Lincoln Park
Public Library. On Wednesday, October 9,
the Library will be hosting a program with
local children’s book author Gail Kahn!
Reading with Ruby will be held on
Wednesday, October 16 at 4:30pm. The
Lego Club will meet on Wednesday,
October 23 from 6:00 – 7:30pm. On
Wednesday, October 30, join us for Magic,
Myth, & Monsters with Steve Woyce—a
fun-filled but not scary Halloween-
themed magic show that children of all
ages will enjoy! Don’t forget to stop by
the library on Halloween (Thursday,
October 31 at 4:30pm) to make a special
craft and get some treats. Please call 973-
694-8283 or visit our website at www.lin-
colnparklibrary.org for more detailed
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T
his summer, the
Performing Arts
Academy (PAA) in
Pompton Lakes participated
in the week-long U.S.
Tournament of Dance in
Atlantic City. Alexa Lobosco
of Pompton Lakes, a senior at
DePaul Catholic High
School, took home the covet-
ed title of “Miss Dance of the
United States,” along with a
$10,000 scholarship. Lobosco,
a PAA student since age two,
plans to raise funds for juve-
nile diabetes research.
Amanda Egan and Suzie
Fischbach were awarded first
and second runners-up,
respectively.
Several other PAA stu-
dents took away national
titles, including Delaney
DeStefano (Petite Miss
Acrobat), Jolie Schaub
(Junior Miss Acrobat),
Samantha Murphy (Teen Miss
Acrobat), Jillian Schear
(Junior Miss Dance), Mario
Rizzi (Junior Mr. Dance), Jolie
Schaub (International Prin-
cess of Dance) and Alexis
Garcia (International Queen
of Dance).
PAA won the 11- and
12-year-old division of the tap
championships and had a
clean sweep at the acrobatic
championships, winning the 8
and under division, the 9- and
10-year-old division, the 11-
and 12-year-old division and
the 13 and over division.
During the competition, tal-
ent scouts observed and
selected 26 PAA students to
become members of the U.S.
Dance and Acrobatic Team,
which provides young
dancers the opportunity to
perform at Madison Square
Garden, the Prudential
Center, Hershey Park, Walt
Disney World, Radio City
Music Hall, and many other
prominent venues.
PAA also had the honor
of receiving the prestigious
“Diamond Award” and
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the highest scoring routines of
the week. To culminate an
amazing week, PAA was also
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Additional awards and
scholarships were presented to
PAA students throughout the
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choreographers were acknowl-
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Pompton Plains, we
host pole parties that
bring in bachelorettes, birthday
girls and parties just for fun. But
two weeks ago, we were booked
to host a different kind of party.
A woman named Trudy called
to book a party to celebrate life.
Trudy told an inspira-
tional and heartbreaking story.
She is a single mom struggling
to raise a 17-year-old boy. In
February, she rushed to the hos-
pital expecting the doctors to
tell her she had kidney stones.
She soon found out that she
was fighting a mass in her
ovary, which soon led to a full
hysterectomy on April 3.
During her blood tests,
Trudy was also told that she
had a lump in her breast. On
April 23, she had a bone biop-
sy surgery, which found abnor-
mal bone formation. About
three weeks later, she was hav-
ing a double mastectomy with
radiation and chemotherapy.
Today, Trudy is back at
Chilton Hospital to start more
chemotherapy and a new drug
with a long list of side effects.
Trudy told us she wanted a
pole party while she was getting
ready to undergo her upcoming
and grueling round of drug
therapy. I contacted the B Fit
instructors, who all decided to
donate their time. There would
Celebrating life: Trudy’s inspirational pole party By Ethel Baumberg
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Pictured with Trudy (save the
tatas) are her friends and
family who came to celebrate
life with her.
continued on page 13
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Basset Hound: Placid and
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pets. Because of their short
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boned pooch will romp outside
but is generally inactive
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they tend to shed and drool.
Great Dane: This breed is
known for its giant size and
gentle personality. Danes take
to training well and are fairly
low-maintenance. They need
less exercise than their size
might indicate. One
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their large size con-
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er life expectancy.
Great Pyrenees:
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may be low energy, but it
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Italian Greyhound: Al-
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need constant exercise to
remain happy. Daily, moderate
walks will be effective, and
these dogs prefer a quiet
household.
Irish Wolfhound: Known
for their height, Irish
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rugged and heroic. Though
powerful, Irish Wolfhounds
have a docile temperament
and are family-friendly.
Pug: This little, stocky
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be pole dancing, chair dancing,
strip teasing and Zumba!
Together we planned a spectac-
ular party for September 21 in
order to celebrate life.
September 21 came and
the party was a hit. Trudy, her
friends and the instructors all
had a blast. Most of all, it was
refreshing and enlightening.
We stood in awe of the bright-
ness of Trudy’s smile the whole
time.
Trudy’s story may be simi-
lar to other breast cancer sto-
ries around the globe. Yet I was
completely in awe when I met
her. She does not feel she is a
victim, and she’s not asking for
charity or sympathy. She is the
strongest and most beautiful
woman I’ve ever met, and she
is inspiring her friends, family
and strangers every day. Trudy
wears a dress to all of her treat-
ments and her doctors refer to
her as a rock star.
Above all, Trudy is
incredibly brave. She is fight-
ing one of the biggest battles of
her life with a wide smile on
her face. If you ever bump into
her and get a chance to chat,
you’ll immediately see that she
inspires you to be the best ver-
sion of yourself. When with
her, you truly believe that beau-
ty is always within, and that
every single day of your life is
the best day of your life — sim-
ply because you’re alive.
It was an honor for us at B
Fit Studio to host this incredi-
ble event for Trudy and her
friends. We hope that through
our pole party we were able to
bring awareness to her cause
and, more importantly, to pro-
vide support and encourage-
ment for Trudy. But frankly, I
believe that she was more of an
encouragement to us than we
could ever be to her.
To learn more about
Trudy and her cause, give us a
call at 973-303-2799.
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T
he New College in
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the roof of which is supported
with huge wooden
beams 45 feet in
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century ago, it was
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This is a beautiful story
about the power of forward
thinking and the need to use
resources wisely. But it also
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and the lawn. However, once
the lawn stops growing you do
not want to cut it too short.
This is when it is time to take
out the rake.
A composting vacuum
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wind. It is a good idea to save
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not have had a water problem
before learn that a heavy rain-
fall and perhaps inadequate
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issues is the fact that very
often a home’s utility systems
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basements, or these spaces
may be finished to create
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lars in damage.
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es of water in a basement is
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Furnaces and water heaters
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basement may be a harbinger
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a damp basement can spread
to other areas of the home
thanks to a heating and cool-
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When a basement devel-
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to call in a professional.
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back on spending, and dining out has become casualty of such events.
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special occasions among those whose memory of the recession is still fresh. However,
dining out does remain a strong choice when hosting a special occasion such as a birthday
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consider the following tips to ensure that rare restaurant night out goes off without a hitch.
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dining out, the emphasis is obviously on the
food. Couples might enjoy certain
restaurants they have previously patronized,
but that does not necessarily make the
restaurant ideal for a party. When shopping
for a restaurant, look for one that boasts a
versatile menu that can cater to a vast array
of palates. Especially for larger parties, the
versatility of the menu is very important.
Restaurants that boast a large entree
selection that includes meat, poultry,
seafood, and even vegetarian dishes ensures
each guest has options.
• Examine the elbow room. Because dining
out has become such a luxury, comfort
should be another key consideration. Look
for a restaurant that provides ample elbow
room so everyone can relax and won’t feel
crowded.
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are, most guests will be driving to the party.
While it seems like an afterthought, the
restaurant should provide ample, and ideally
free, parking. Avoid restaurants that charge
for valet service or inquire if such service
can be included on the tab ahead of time.
• Reserve well in advance. If it’s a truly
special occasion, be sure to begin the process
of finding a restaurant as early as possible
and make a reservation the moment a
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ibachi Grill &
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Every day the restaurant
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its buffet bar, from tradition-
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For vegetarians or those
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of dressings, including a spe-
cial ranch that’s made fresh
daily. There’s also a great
selection of freshly prepared
rolls at the sushi bar.
Of course, the most
prominent feature is the
hibachi-style grill. Customers
select their own meats and
vegetables, and watch as a
professional hibachi chef
prepares their meal right in
front of them.
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ented, serving many kid-
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tomers are diverse. During
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It is open Sunday–Thursday
11am–10pm, and Friday and
Saturday 11am–11pm. For
more information, call the
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foundations and cracks can
each cause water to enter the
house. Each situation is differ-
ent, and a combination of
exterior and interior changes
may need to be made. In order
to alleviate some water prob-
lems, certain modifications
must be made. While the fol-
lowing solutions may not be
applicable in each situation,
they are some of themore
common modifications
plumbers suggest when fixing
flooded basements.
•Sump pump: In some cases,
the installation of a well and a
submersible pump may be all
that’s needed to keep base-
ments dry. When water rises
high enough to start the
pump, the sump pump will
then expel the water out
through a pipe to a drain or
the street. Sometimes a sump
pump works in concert with a
French drainage system,
which is a channel around the
perimeter of the basement
that funnels water to the sump
pump well.
•Vapor barriers: Vinyl, plastic
and paint encapsulation sys-
tems may be applied to the
interior of foundation walls to
serve as a barrier system. This
prevents water or condensa-
tion from reaching the interi-
or of the house. A vapor barri-
er may extend below the foun-
dation to direct water runoff
into a drainage system.
•Exterior fixes: There are
many ways to address flooding
from outside the home. These
include using outdoor vapor
barriers and paints, having
grading issues corrected so
water will flow away from the
home, digging of a swale to
catch water away from the
basement, exterior drainage
systems, and utilizing special-
ized rain gutters and down-
spouts to direct water further
away from the home during
rainstorms.
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times water issues may be the
result of a pipe backup or a
faulty appliance and not nec-
essarily an outdoor water
issue. In these cases, repairing
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all that’s needed
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market that finally started to
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While an economy on the
rebound no doubt benefitted
homeowners looking to recoup
as much of their home
improvement investment at
resale as possible, other factors
likely contributed as well. For
example, homeowners sur-
veyed for the 2013 report who
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tor recouped more of their
investment than in previous
years. That's likely because
heavily publicized storms, such
as Superstorm Sandy in late
2012, have forced homeowners
and prospective homeowners
to place a greater emphasis on
being prepared for such storms.
Among the upscale proj-
ects surveyed, none recouped
more of a homeowner's invest-
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couped 79.3 percent of the
project's cost, placing it just
ahead of a garage door replace-
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age of 75.2 percent of its cost.
After years of many
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the Millay House, a name
honoring its one-time resi-
dent, the poet Edna St.
Vincent Millay, the house was
built in 1873 and is a mere 9.5
feet wide. It is sandwiched into
a space that once served as a
carriage alley. While Millay
House certainly is compact, a
home in Warsaw, Poland, is
only four feet wide and, at its
thinnest, is only 29.3 inches.
The residence, called the Keret
House, was built in a crack
between two buildings. The
entrance is in the rear of the
home and features an entry
hatch and a foldable, remote
control-operated ladder.
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KINNELON $799,000
Smoke Rise-Stunning 5BR/3BA Renovated Exp.
Ranch. Perfect mix of charm/character & quality
on park like property. KIN3848
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $534,999
Cust. Blt. Lindal Cedar home/exposed wooden
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KIN3669
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
LAFAYETTE $875,000
Spectacular Young 4BR open fl plan Col, w/FDR,
Huge Kit & FamRm,fin bsmt,on 28ac estate.2
meadows,great for horses. WYN0595
WAYNE 973-694-8000
POMPTON PLAINS $990,000
Elegant 5BR 3.5Bth Ranch w/1st Fl MBR
Ste,Tennis,3GAR on 1.6ac cul-de-sac loc w/views,adj
toSunset Golf. WYN0108
WAYNE 973-694-8000
POMPTON PLAINS $259,900
Lovely 2BR 2Bth Fraser model updated condo
w/2 Balconies, LivingRm/Gas Fireplace &
More in The Glens. WYN0735
WAYNE 973-694-8000
RIVERDALE $263,990
NEWconstruction at The Grande 1BR 837sf unit. 1 &
2BR w/lofts avail. 2 Clubhouses, Pools,Gyms,
Tennis,MORE! WYN0577
WAYNE 973-694-8000
RUTHERFORD $299,900
Charming 1900s 3BR Col w/5GAR, HW fls, nwr
roof, wdws & boiler in 2-fmly zone-investment
oppty. Near NYC trans. WYN0362
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WANAQUE $619,990
WanaqueReserve NEW constr-active 55+ adults
impressive 2550sf 3BR 3Bth Penthouse w/Grmt
Kit,HW fls,great amenities! WYN0712
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $450,000
Lovely 3-4BR BiLevel in great loc on crnr prop
w/updtd EIK,FamRm/fpl,Den/poss 4th BR+ofc
w/sep entry & nice backyd. WYN0650
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $530,000
Sensational 5BR 3Bth Col w/custom int design,
LR/Fplc, HW fls, MBR Ste/vaulted ceil, MORE
on priv str in prime loc.WYN0206
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $869,000
Beautiful custom12yr young Colonial loc on cul-de-
sacw/6BRs, 5Bths, 6000sf of livingspaceincl finbsmt
+IGPool! WYN0724
WAYNE 973-694-8000
WAYNE $1,299,999
Elegant LAKEFRONT 4BR Split on Pines Lk feat
updated Kit, LR/fpl, radiant heat, IG pool, hot
tub, priv beach & dock. WYN0078
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
GARFIELD $374,990
New constr Signature Pl townhomes w/2BR, 2-
3Bths, Dens + Lofts avail + 1 GAR. Hot new
community in Bergen! WYN0574
WAYNE 973-694-8000
KINNELON $365,000
Fayson Lks-Be in before school starts
3BR/1.1BA Cust home/Fam Rm. w/wood
stove+H/W Flrs./1C Gar/shed/Deck KIN3822
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $399,000
Smoke Rise-3BR/3BA Ranch/3 Season Rm
w/brick oven/H/W/Flrs/C/A/fin Bsmt/2C Gar.
KIN3816
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
KINNELON $400,000
Affordable Updated 4BR 3BA Split Level/2C
Gar./C/A/Decking/play gym/skylight. KIN3763
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $450,000
Smoke Rise-Charming 8Rm/3BR 2.2BA Ex.
Ranch w/cul-de-sac privacy. Bright & spacious.
Prepare to fall in love. KIN3900
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $459,999
Magnificent Custom 3BR 3Bth home on level
.47ac w/Grmt Kit, FDR, LR, FamRm, Trex Deck,
gas HHBB Heat, CVac & MORE! WYN0006
WAYNE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $475,000
Smoke Rise-One of a kind! Exquisite 2.8 Acre
level landscaped property ready to be built
on.KIN3680
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $499,900
Fabulous stone/vinyl sided 3BR/2.1BA updated
home. Just unpack & move right in. Won't dis-
appoint.KIN3527
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $500,000
Location,Location-4BR/2.1BA Split/lge EIK
w/new Appls.& new ceramic tile Flr. KIN3696
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $1,650,000
Smoke Rise: Spectacular cust. estate w/unpar-
alled finishes/detail & design. 14Rm French
Country Est. KIN3755
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-8400
KINNELON $595,000
Pristine 4BR 2.1BA Col. features C/A, Crown
Moldings, 3C Gar., full Bsmt. KIN3805
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
PEQUANNOCK $699,900
Stately 4BR/3.1BA Col. on 1.8 priv.Acs. w/Mtn
views/wood Flrs/SS Appl/granite/wine
Fridge/3C.Gar. KIN3634
KINNELON/SMOKE RISE 973-838-9300
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