Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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Tuesday, February 12
Looking for some pointers on navigating the digital landscape? Feel like your business could do more with social media and online marketing? Or maybe you’d just like to network with fellow New Jersey and New York area business owners and rub elbows with a few highly successful entrepreneurs? Join Patch for Main Street U Summit, an event where we bring local business owners and digital experts together to discuss big things for small businesses. You’ll walk away with powerful tips and practical tools to help grow your business through social media, local search and online marketing. Focused on educating and inspiring business owners, the program features seasoned speakers from Inc.com, Outspoken Media, The DSM Group, BrainStorm Tutoring …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Guitarist Jack Antonoff of indie-pop group Fun. reflects on a great year
One year ago this month, the cast of the hit television show “Glee” performed “We Are Young,” a triumphant duet by the then-widely unknown New York indie-pop trio Fun. and rhythm-and-blues singer Janelle Monáe. Fast forward to this December. Fun., which includes guitarist and Woodcliff Lake and New Milford native Jack Antonoff, has been nominated for a whopping six Grammy Awards: Record of the Year and Song of the Year (“We Are Young”), Album of the Year (“Some Nights”), Best New Artist, Best Pop Duo/Group performance and Best Pop Vocal Album. In a banner year for Bergen County music, The Lumineers, two-thirds of whom hail from Ramsey, are also nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy. The 55th Annual Grammy Awards show will take place on …
Monday, July 18, 2011
The Fort Lee Fire Department is lending a "mobile cascade unit" to Woodcliff Lake on a long-term basis.
On Sunday morning, Fort Lee Fire Department and other borough officials traveled to a firehouse in Woodcliff Lake in northern Bergen County for a ceremony commemorating the beginning of a shared services agreement between the two boroughs for an air bottle-refilling trailer called a mobile cascade system. A long-standing request (full story) by the borough of Woodcliff Lake Fire Department to borrow the seldom-used piece of equipment owned by the Fort Lee Fire Department finally met with Fort Lee’s approval in May, when the two boroughs signed a long-term agreement for Fort Lee to lend the mobile cascade system to Woodcliff Lake. Photographer John Ford was on hand in Woodcliff Lake Sunday to capture these images of the ceremonial transfer …