Classic comedic conventions commandeered by the unique nuttiness that is Will Ferrell make director-writer Adam McKay’s “The Other Guys” a bona fide laugh fest. Spanning the spectrum of shtick from slapstick to heady juxtaposition, this ceaselessly rambunctious send-up of cop shows cajoles you into its mad modus operandi.
Recently, the news has been filled with stories of promising young athletes who, without warning, collapse on the playing field or during practice and later die from complications from a heart problem they never knew they had.
STATE – New unemployment claims increased in New Jersey for the week ending July 31, according to data released today by the federal Department of Labor.
TRENTON – A Union County mortgage loan solicitor has been charged with conspiring with others in a scheme to steal millions of dollars by obtaining mortgage loans using false identities and counterfeit documents, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced.
ARLINGTON, Va — The rate at which people file insurance claims for theft is highest for versions of the 2007-09 Cadillac Escalade, a luxury SUV, followed by the Ford F-250 crew pickup, Infiniti G37 luxury car, and Dodge Charger with a HEMI engine.
STATE – By following recommendations in a National Blueprint for a Clean Energy Economy, the United States can reduce heat-trapping emissions to 56 percent below 2005 levels by 2030, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists.
NEWARK–In addition to feeling the economic impact of unemployment in the current economic downturn, many families are also facing the loss of healthcare for their children.
ROSELAND – There are obviously many good reasons to maintain good health, but did you know there are some great financial reasons to do so, as well? The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJSCPA) explains…
STATE–August is National Immunization Awareness Month, a good time for New Jerseyans of all ages to protect themselves and their communities by catching up on their vaccinations, New Jersey Deputy Health and Senior Services Commissioner Dr. Susan Walsh said.
STATE – While a projected $10.5 billion structural deficit in next year’s state budget has gotten a lot of attention recently, it is not the only financial problem facing New Jersey on July 1, 2011.