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Leonia and Englewood Cliffs, Fort Lee is named after General Charles Lee, who camped in this area defending New York City. In fact, it was during Washington's retreat from Fort Lee in November 1776 that Thomas Paine composed his pamphlet The American Crisis, which began with the famous phrase, "These are the times that try men's souls."
Posted: Tuesday March 22, 2011, 3:58 PM
Posted: Friday March 18, 2011, 12:46 PM
A couple of Bergen guys are sitting pretty this week, thanks to Bloomberg Sports’ appearance on Fast Company magazine’s list of the 10 most innovative companies in sports.
Posted: Tuesday March 8, 2011, 12:09 PM
Posted: Monday January 24, 2011
Ridgewood salon owner Tabatha Coffey lost her mother in November. Her new book, "It's Not Really About the Hair," is dedicated to the woman who taught her about confidence.
Posted: Friday September 17, 2010
Host Heather Zwain joins the grand re-opening of the new Banana Republic store at Westfield Garden State Plaza; plus, this week's news, trivia and birthdays from (201) Magazine
Video | Heather Zwain | Banana Republic | Westfield Garden State Plaza | James Gandolfini | Jennifer Ashton | Katrina Bowden
Posted: Sunday August 1, 2010
Posted: Thursday July 29, 2010
Racquet Clubs in Bergen County
The Guide | Gordon Uehling | Bogota | Edgewater | Fair Lawn | Fort Lee | Franklin Lakes | Haworth | Mahwah | Maywood | Ridgewood
Posted: Tuesday July 20, 2010
Local markets and family farms give new meaning to the term “Jerseylicious”
The Guide | Closter | Emerson | Englewood | Fair Lawn | Fort Lee | Hasbrouck Heights | Haworth | Hillsdale | Montvale | Ramsey
Posted: Thursday April 1, 2010
Page Maker: Fort Lee resident and Yankees director of publications, Alfred Santasiere, revels in telling the team's story
Posted: Saturday August 1, 2009
Posted: Wednesday April 1, 2009
Instead of bringing people to the theater, the Playhouse on the Mall brought theater to the people for more than 25 years
Vintage Bergen | Alan Alda | Robert Ludlum | Bergen Mall | Bergen Town Center | Playhouse on the Mall | Richard Compagnone
| John Compagnone | George Sibbald | Harriet Hyman Alonso | Paramus High School | Carole Contreni | Dee Greenwood | Pat Carroll | Walter Abel | Shelley Winters | Rodney Dangerfield | Drew Eberson | Frank Corsaro | Sydney Pollack | Celeste Holm | Peggy Wood | Margaret Truman | Dickie Moore | Peter Sammartino | Fairleigh Dickinson University | Archie F. Hay Jr. | Frank Lovejoy | Joan Banks | Shepperd Strudwick | Margret O'Neill | Leon Janney | Pat O'Brien | Linda Darnell | Franklin Cover | Philip Bosco | Wesley Addy | James Farentino | Gloria Swanson | Harry Truman | Eli Wallach | Arlene Francis | Jackie Mason | Henny Youngman | Ann Corio | Rod Ruth | Adrienne Barbeau | George Brown | Mary Ellyn Devery | Perry Bruskin | Dorothy Collins | Beth Fowler | Stephen Sondheim | Harold Prince | Mike Iannucci | Center Stage Company | Charlz Herfurth | Allendale | Bogota | Fort Lee | Leonia | Paramus | Teaneck
Posted: Tuesday April 1, 2008
Bill Miller’s Riviera, with its large rooftop sign built at a slight angle to face the George Washington Bridge and Manhattan, was a mecca of mega-talent
Vintage Bergen | Riviera | Bill Miller | Frank Sinatra | Tony Martin | Eddie Fisher | Dean Martin | Sammy Davis Jr.
| George Washington Bridge | Vic Damone | Sophie Tucker | Lena Horne | Jackie Gleason | Pearl Bailey | Larry Storch | Jack E. Leonard | Jerry Lewis | Jimmy Durante | Jane Froman | Al Kevelson | Joey Bishop | Henny Youngman | Jack Cole | Gwen Verdon | Marge Champion | Gower Champion | Mollie Vine | Jack Carter | Lou Gallo | Yogi Berra | Mickey Mantle | Whitey Ford | Montgomery Clift | Bill Marden | Tom Austin | Al Austin | Walter Nye | Arshile Gorky | Milton Berle | Martha Raye | Zero Mostel | Buddy Hackett | Peter Lind Hayes | Mary Healy | Ames Brothers | Ray Milland | Marlene Dietrich | Esther Williams | Rocky Marciano | Mary (Connolly) Miller | Abe Vine | Rosalie Walner | Albert Anastasia | Meyer Lansky | Frank Costello | Joe Adonis | Abner “Longie” Zwillman | Willie Moretti | Sal Moretti | Barney Miller | Tony Lip | Eric Nelsen | Tom Meyers | Fort Lee
Posted: Sunday October 1, 2006
Graveyards across the county are filled with the remains of hundreds of famous – and sometimes infamous – movie stars, business tycoons, patriots and diplomats and sports figures of the last three centuries.
Luther Vandross | Estee Lauder | Dwight Morrow | William Carlos Williams | Joey Ramone | Vintage Bergen
Posted: Sunday January 1, 2006
Gone are the days, but Bergen's grown up paperboys (and girls) remember their deliveries with fondness
Bob Sommer | Jillian Armenante | Lawrence Frank | Bob Fader | Paul Fader | John Banta | Elizabeth Dennis | Stephen Marino
| William Semanczuk | Joseph Basralian | Gordon Chambers | Jay Foreman | Roberta Kenyon | Phil Simms | Andy Gatto | Tom Toronto | Johanna Gaffney-Degelmann | Donald Gaffney | Beth Muliero | Sean Gaffney | Peter Pace | Willie Reale | Richard Lewis | Wayne Scot Lukas | Tim Keating | Arthur Godfrey | Robert Sean Leonard | Vintage Bergen | Bergenfield | Cliffside Park | Elmwood Park | Englewood | Fort Lee | Franklin Lakes | Hackensack | Hasbrouck Heights | Hillsdale | New Milford | Oradell | Park Ridge | Ridgewood | Rutherford | Teaneck