Pianist Pamela Ross is no stranger to the big stages of New York City, having performed for 52 weeks on 42nd Street’s Theatre Row and stages throughout the U.S. and abroad she is an award-winning pianist, actress and writer. Her solo pieces on the piano and those played with an ensemble and other performers are “unique and special “in the way she delivers them. Ross has two award-winning one woman shows to her credit “Carreno”based on the tempestuous life of the great turn-of-the-century Venezuelan pianist, Teresa Carreno and “Goodbye Harry”-a tribute to her late father, both were written and performed by the talented Ross.
On December 18, 2011, Ross will once again grace a NYC stage with her performance at Kaufman Center/Merkin Concert Hall. She will be performing with the amazing Russian Cellist “Adrian Daurov”.
Recently, it was reported that Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger’s advice was to “dumb it down” if you wanted to snag your man.
Is this what fabulous, intelligent women are reduced to these days…. games?
Ya, I’m gonna pass on the millionaire, Patti, especially if he’s looking for a vacuous bimbette to serve as arm candy.
And gentlemen, I would be surprised if you weren’t questioning this as well. If you’re going to spend the next 20, 30 or 40 years with someone, wouldn’t you like to have an intelligent conversation once in awhile?
FULL DISCLOSURE: On my path to finding my perfect partner, on many occasions I thought, “What am I doing wrong?” In sheer frustration, I’m pretty sure I might have tried something as ridiculous as dumbing it down.
Mrs. Luder’s 4th grade class did an excellent job creating models representing different ecosystems. Students used shoe boxes and other crafts for their projects. Projects, which are currently displayed outside the 4th grade classroom, include different environments, such as rainforests, deserts, and aquatic ecosystems. Fantastic job, 4th Grade!
Pictured in the photo: Kelvin Feliciano, Gabriela Rivera, Joseph De Los Santos, and Daniela Cabral
Presenting his creation at the future site of the ‘Field Station: Dinosaurs a 24 acre educational park scheduled to open in May 2012 near Laurel Hill Park in Secaucus is the Exhibition Creator Guy G’sell, also in attendance was Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise and Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli.
–All photos by steveamack.com
Sunday, December 4th showing is just the begining of what will become a Jurasic Park in Hudson County with 31 life -sized, animatronic (mechanically controlled dinosaurs that will roam along natural trails.
300,000 VISITORS PREDICTED FOR DINOSAUR PARK
A select group of paleontologists, educators, government officials and a few very lucky children were on hand Sunday December 4th as New Jersey welcomed its first walking, breathing, roaring T-Rex to Secaucus and the future site of Field Station: Dinosaurs. After months of speculation, the official announcement will be made in Hudson County’s Laurel Hill Park against the backdrop of a 150-million year old rock formation and within sight of the new attraction’s dramatic, untamed twenty-acre property. Continue reading The Dinosaurs Are Coming- Secaucus 24 Acre Park Opening May 2012→
(NewsUSA) – Let’s face it. Theme parties are a blast. They can turn any combination of coworkers, family and friends into an enthusiastic crowd admiring creative decorations and inventive outfits. The best part? Party themes can be as far-fetched, classy or outrageous as you like.
Event planning experts suggest going beyond holidays and committing to themes with some integrity. After all, these party themes must be worthy of belonging to the apocalyptic 2012. A New Year’s Eve theme party maybe a great idea for this holdiay season.
All celebrations can gain an unforgettable flair or stylish elegance by adhering to a theme for key elements — specifically cocktails, music and decor. From birthday parties and anniversaries to baby showers and engagement parties, themes can be specific or broad, but they can also be pricey.
Since we don’t all have access to the deep pockets necessary to afford celebrity planners like Mindy Weiss or David Tutera, here are some creative tips to help select the ideal 2012 party theme.
Protecting New Jersey’s Environment, From Cancer Alley to the New Garden State
won 2011 Honor Award from NJ Council for the Humanities
JERSEY CITY, NJ November 22, 2011 – With a prestigious award in tow, author Tom Belton will discuss and read from his book, Protecting New Jersey’s Environment, From Cancer Alley to the New Garden State, in the New Jersey Room of Jersey City’s Main Library, 472 Jersey Avenue, on Saturday, December 3 at 11 a.m.
NEW YORK , NY (11/30/2011)(readMedia)– The following students have declared majors at Pace University in New York this fall: Elizabeth Anwar from Hoboken is a junior this fall at Pace University’s New York City campus and has decided to major in Public Accounting.
ROCK, HOP & JINGLE is coming to town! Sunday, December 4, 2011, 3pm – 7pm PVS Gallery 49 Harrison Street, Hoboken, NJ
Beth Achenbach will be celebrating the two year anniversary of her event Ladies on The Mic with “Rock, Hop & Jingle” an awesome collaboration between Ladies on The Mic and PVS Gallery in Hoboken. “This is going to be another milestone for Ladies On The Mic and I am so grateful that co-creator’s Virginia Kamenitzer and Tara Thurber at PVS Gallery have opened up their hearts and wonderful space to us so the community can come together to celebrate and spread some good cheer,” Achenbach says. Continue reading Ladies On The Mic and PVS Gallery to celebrate the holidays with Bands, Burlesque and Bells→
12-Story, 157-Unit Luxury Tower Is First New Condominium to Break Ground in Hoboken since 2003
HOBOKEN, NJ—November 28, 2011—Hoboken Hudson Tea Complex has added a new member: 1450 Washington, 157 luxury condominiums.
On Thurs., Nov. 10 representatives from Toll Brothers thanked area brokers for helping them sell 40 percent of the new property. “And that’s before we even opened a sales office,” stated Ben Jogodnik, senior vice president of Toll Brothers as he addressed his guests.