Pomona R.V. Park

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Pomona R.V. Park

Under the new ownership of Dave and Jeannie Benn since the 2007 season, Pomona RV Park and Campground offers outstanding family camping in the heart of Southern New Jersey’s fabulous shore area. Our shaded campsites can accommodate the biggest of “big rigs”, with picnic tables, fire rings, water, electric, full sewer hookups, and FREE Cable and Wi-Fi! Located just 10 minutes from the Atlantic City Casinos and Boardwalk,


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Disneyland Hotel

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Disneyland Hotel

Now with improved, luxurious rooms, new pools and waterslides, themed dining and more, the newly transformed Disneyland® Hotel is a modern vacation destination in itself. 3 Pools


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Polynesian Cultural Center Hawaii

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Polynesian Cultural  Center Hawaii

The allure of old Polynesia lingers among the Pacific island people who demonstrate their traditional arts and crafts and perform their lively songs and dances at the Polynesian Cultural Center.

•As early as 1844, missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (popularly called the Mormons) were working among the Polynesians in Tahiti and surrounding islands.


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Music with Mar

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Music with Mar

Maryann “Mar.” Harman is a music educator with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music and a Master’s in Education, with an emphasis in Early Childhood and is certified in Level I Orff. These degrees contribute to her ability to write songs that are musically and educationally sound for children as well as fun and easy to use for teachers and parents. She is the founder of the internationally-enjoyed Music with Mar. Brain Research Based program and is the host of BAM! Radio Music and Learning Channel.


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Mark-My-Time

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Mark-My-Time

Maureen Farinella knew there had to be a better way to track required reading time for her daughter, Megan. She wanted a product that would fit neatly into a book and store reading time until the reader deleted it. Ideally the product could be started and stopped whenever the reader wanted to read just a little more. And, of course, a countdown timer with an alarm would be nice so that children could get absorbed in a story without the distraction of checking on the time every few minutes.

Finding no product that met these needs, Maureen set out with her husband, Joe, to create one.


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Enfinitar

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Enfinitar

Steve Shaver

Steve Shaver wants you to rock out, hardcore. Just do it quietly. Shaver’s patent-pending Enfinitar is the sawed-off business end of a guitar, which makes it easy to practice your power chords without annoying your neighbors. Fretted and strung with real strings, the Enfinitar looks and feels just like a real guitar—er,


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Disney Boma

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Disney Boma

Boma – Flavors of Africa – is a family-friendly buffet-style restaurant serving breakfast and dinner in Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.

Designed to resemble an African marketplace, the exotic restaurant serves dishes inspired by the varied flavors and seasonal dishes of over 50 African countries, from the coast of the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean.


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Dean Miller

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Dean Miller

Dean Miller is a Hawaiian legend born on the garden isle of Kauai.
A man known to few, but legendary to many.
A man rumored to reside in the majestic beauty of Kauai's rainforest.
A man who hunted wild boar, fished awesome oceans,


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Casey & Bella Books

Tuesday April 10, 2012

Casey & Bella Books

It’s a dog’s life after all Casey and Bella book author talks about bullying

by Al Sullivan Adrianna Romano, guidance counselor at the Nicholas Oresko School, knew the moment she read the Casey and Bella book on bullying that she had to bring the Hoboken-based author to speak with the kids.

It is a topic close to the heart of the school district and the state, since this year the state required districts to implement anti-bullying policies. Bayonne, like school districts around New Jersey,


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So Long - Artz Rib House

Tuesday April 10, 2012

So Long - Artz Rib House

After a tumultuous final few years, Artz Rib House appears to have closed for good.

The longtime South Austin barbecue restaurant that was known as much for its live music as its thick beef ribs closed its doors on March 19 and filed Wednesday for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which means that the remaining assets of the restaurant will be liquidated to pay its debts.

The bankruptcy filing indicates that the business owes $303,000 in back wages and taxes and has assets of $23,400.

Owner Art Blondin is holding out hope that he can open another restaurant within a month,


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