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2012 

Memorial Day Events in Clark Clark will host a Memorial Day Parade on Monday, stepping off at 9:30 am. Following the parade will be services at the Arthur L. Johnson High School.  This year’s parade will dedicated to the memory of Clark native Sergeant James W. Harvey II who was killed in action ...
05/26/2012
According to 60 Second Science on Scientific American, people would rather give their opinions than listen to someone else's opinions, even when paid to do so. Researchers found that telling others how they feel gives a person the same sense of reward as earning money as evidenced by areas of the...
05/25/2012
Rahway's Memorial Day Parade will be held on Sunday, May 27th, stepping off at 1:30 pm in front of City Hall at Main Street and E. Milton Avenue. It will pass down Irving Street to Main Street and end at City Hall. Rahway’s Department of Parks and Recreation will host the  The 12th Annual Mayor’s...
05/25/2012
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Richard and Beth Witt posted "Lipstick on a Pig" which made me laugh out loud. While I'm sure they meant to be ironic, the imagery used to describe the great lengths a real estate agent may go to sell a home leaves me chuckling.  If you're not a subscriber of Richard and Beth yet, you don't know ...
05/25/2012
Annually, Newsweek Magazine scours the data from the nation's high schools and culls the top 1000 schools, based on the critera of which schools are most effective in producing college-ready graduates. The six components against which they judge the high schools are: graduation rate  college matr...
05/24/2012
If you missed Mark Menzella's blog post "Running out of Blogging Topics?" then this is your lucky day.  He generously provides us with 75 blogging topics and then suggests ways to make them into multiple blog posts. Even the least creative blogger can probably churn out a few dozen posts based on...
05/24/2012
The Borough of Fanwood is hosting a special concert, “A Tribute to Fallen Heroes,” at the north side of the railroad station this Saturday evening at 7:30pm. The Westfield Community Band will provide an evening of patriotic entertainment and the concert is free thanks to donations of local civic ...
05/24/2012
Judith Abbott Rules of Thumb are great ways to think about real estate. If you're trying to sell your home and haven't been successful, Judith's Rule #1 is a must read. Price, condition, and location are what sells a house - since you can't control location, you'd better do something about condit...
05/24/2012
Blogging brings us business - or at least that's what I've been told time and time again. But what kind of blogging is better? Blogging Type 1 - Daily blogging, sometimes multiple times a day, with lots of quick blogs. I prefer to call this the Quantity Blogger. Lots of SEO. Blogging Type 2 - Les...
05/24/2012
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Last week, Wayne took a trip to Arizona. He toured the Grand Canyon, The Verde Canyon, Sedona, Meteor Crater, the Petrified Forest, and Canyon deChelly. While in Canyon deChelly, he took this video of the annular eclipse. Annular eclipses are caused when the Moon passes in front of the Sun but do...
05/23/2012
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