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LET’S DISH! LET’S TALK ABOUT LYCHEES By MaryAnn Miano

LET’S DISH!  LET’S TALK ABOUT LYCHEES By MaryAnn Miano                 Tasting different or unusual fruits and vegetables is one of the more pleasant aspects of life. Some foods are not really so unusual, but perhaps they are not part of the culture one is raised with. It is a true taste sensation to try something you are unfamiliar with eating. If you’ve never tried a lychee nut before, you are in for a very nice surprise! Don’t worry if you are allergic to nuts, ...

ENTERTAINMENT CORNER By Laura Kolnoski

ENTERTAINMENT CORNER By Laura Kolnoski Fall Film Forecast New movies come and go so fast, a sense of urgency is required to ensure you catch those you’ve been waiting for! It’s important to note release dates; Hollywood rolls out its biggest guns now through December. Here’s a rundown of some of this season’s most anticipated films and their release dates.   October 4 – Gravity, a tale of astronauts stranded in space stars, was directed and co-written by Alfonso ...

DAY TRIP TO SLEEPY HOLLOW By Joanne Colella

DAY TRIP TO SLEEPY HOLLOW By Joanne Colella One knows that the quaint Hudson Valley town of Sleepy Hollow – the setting of the classic Headless Horseman tale by author Washington Irving – has embraced its storied reputation when you see the tourism motto that encourages visitors to “Lose Your Head in Sleepy Hollow.” And there is undoubtedly no better time of year than now to make a day trip to this charming and historic venue, where colorful autumn landscapes and spine-tingling ...

BUSINESS MATTERS By Glen J. Dalakian, Sr.

BUSINESS MATTERS By Glen J. Dalakian, Sr. Entrepreneurs Have Initiative Initiative is a critical asset for any entrepreneur. Many people have come to me over the years with ideas and dreams of starting their own business, which I have always encouraged. As I have come to recognize, although there are many rewards, being self-employed is not for everyone and one thing a person must have in order to be successful on their own is initiative. Wanting to do something will only get you so far; ...

OCTOBER 2013 SPECIAL EVENTS

OCTOBER 2013 SPECIAL EVENTS Now through October 13 “On Borrowed Time” – at the Two River Theater Company, 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank. Tony and Academy Award winner Joel Grey directs a magical fantasy about the love between a little boy and his Gramps. When Death himself pays them a visit in the form of a man named Mr. Brink, Gramps outwits him, trapping Brink in a tree and refusing to let him down. This too-rarely-seen American masterpiece is ripe for rediscovery. With Two River’s ...

WORKING CLASS…FROM JOB SEEKER TO MONEY MAKER By Marjorie Kavanagh Owner & President of Panoramic Resumes, LLC

WORKING CLASS…FROM JOB SEEKER TO MONEY MAKER By Marjorie Kavanagh Owner & President of Panoramic Resumes, LLC Customer Relationships: Build Them Now and Forever For some of us, the most perplexing yet important part of job seeking is networking. Because the thought of “networking” (even the word can be off-putting) is challenging, I decided to approach it from a different lens.  Let’s swap out “networking” for “building (customer) relationships.” This is really what ...